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16 Easy to Play Easter Hymns for Piano is a collection of your favourite Easter Hymns arranged simply for elementary pianists.
We all know that tricky period when beginner pianists struggle to coordinate both hands. I have always found that playing simple melodic hymns is a big motivation to students. Now, with this collection of Easter hymns, students can join in with Easter music-making and develop those two-handed skills at the same time.
These 16 hymns are arranged with the melody in the right hand, a harmony line in the left and just a few easily fingered chords here and there. There are suggested fingerings throughout.
The hymns are in alphabetical order and are as follows…
· All Creatures of Our God and King, (Lasst Uns Erfreuen)
· All Hail the Power of Jesus Name, (Coronation)
· Before the Throne of God Above, (Before the Throne)
· Blessed Assurance, (Blessed Assurance)
· Christ the Lord is Risen Today, (Easter Hymn)
· Crown Him with Many Crowns, (Diademata)
· The Day of Resurrection, (Ellacombe)
· Just as I Am, (Woodworth)
· I Know that My Redeemer Lives, (Bradford)
· It is Well with My Soul, (Ville du Havre)
· A Mighty Fortress is Our God, (Ein Feste Burg)
· Nothing But the Blood of Jesus, (What Can Wash Away My Sin)
· There is a Green Hill Far Away, (The Green Hill)
· Thine Be the Glory, (Judas Maccabeus)
· Were You There? (Were You There?)
· When I Survey the Wondrous Cross, (Hamburg)
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