Monday, May 18, 2015

Sunday, April 12, 2015

Three new tabs...well, two songs, one with two versions

Thanks to JTriumph and Jeff for the requests.

The Morning Breaks was mad complicated and I spent my Sunday afternoon fretting over its creation. It has that part with bass clef only and treble clef only next, so you can choose to play in all on a regular octave, or in the higher (and more difficult) octave.  I am not quite good enough to play those super high notes, and my uke's strings dont sound so good there anyways.


The Morning Breaks - High Octave
The Morning Breaks
There Is a Green Hill Far Away

Sunday, January 25, 2015

International Uke!

We've gone bilingual!  Here is a Frenchy hymn.  Thanks jtriumph!


The google translate shows the following:

1. Remember, my child, Thy divine parents
You shook in their arms, that time is not far away.
Now you're here, this wonderful,
Your eyes still shining reflection of heaven.
Tell me, my child, these blessed places
For to you is the light veil of oblivion.

2. Remember, my child woods, cities.
Can we imagine down here?
And the sky until the evening, is it pink or white?
He awaits the sun snow or rain?
Tell me, my child, the color of the meadows
And the birdsong of a forgotten world.

3. Remember, my child: At the dawn of time,
We were friends playing in the wind.
Then one day, in joy we chose
To accept the Lord's great plan of life.
That evening, my child, we promised
Through love, through faith, to be reunited.

Any one who can translate better, please let me know. I only know spanish.

Two more Requests

These took me super long.  sorry for the big delay

i hope all is well with you!

Israel Israel God is Calling
Do As I'm Doing


Thursday, November 20, 2014

Another round of Requests

Thanks to Kathleen and Elder Prestera (although it took me so long to do the song, he might be not an elder anymore!)

Nephi's Courage
Where Can I Turn for Peace

Thanks to all.


Sunday, October 12, 2014

Two More from Matt and Wes

Two more requests.  They took a long bit to get to.  Love at Home and Reverently and Meekly now.  I hadnt planned on doing too many sacrament hymns, but here we go!

Love at Home
Reverently and Meekly Now


Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Primary Program

One of the songs this year was called, "The Family Is of God," which I had heard my kids preparing and practicing, but I never loved it so much.

During the program though, the primary sang wonderfully, and the song sounded great!  I don't know why, but I like it a lot more now.  Funny.

Here it is:

The Family Is of God