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over 10 years ago
by chase

Mary Had A Little Lamb

One of the first songs I ever learned on the recorder ~20 years ago.

For those that read music: 4/4 time; each grouping is a measure. Each fingering is a 1/4 note. Lines indicate adding a 1/4 beat to the note. So a fingering + 1 line = 1/2 note; Fingering + 3 lines = whole note.

the score says its in "C" but it sounds good any key. In fact, the higher keys might sound better.

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over 10 years ago
by chase

The Oscar Mayer Wiener Song

Rhythm Info

The rhythm was a bit tricky to convey on this one, and you'd probably be better off just finding the song and listening to it, but here is a description of the score anyway.

4/4 time; The first measure was an intro and only 1 beat, so I separated it at the top. The remaining lines are 2 measures each.

All groups of two are a dotted eighth note followed by a 16th note.

At the end of the second line is a single eight note (and its separated) followed by an extended note for the rest of the measure (3 and 1/2 beats). (Technically its a dotted quarter tied to a half note, but they are the sa ... (more)

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1,646 views
over 10 years ago
by chase

Ballad of Jed Clampett

Not much has been done to indicate rhythm or anything yet, I'll come back and get than when I get a chance, but here is the raw score.

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over 10 years ago
by chase

Awesome God

try this. i move one arrow, and also removed one note

6,496 views
over 10 years ago
by chase

In Christ Alone

This is one of my all time favorite songs. I used the sheet music from here:

http://www.praisecharts.com/product/preview/1701_preview.pdf

I didn't realize it had parts for various instruments before I used the first page to do the score below. It doesn't really have any rhythm notations either.

If someone wants to use the score above, or another one they have, and improve upon what I've done, PLEASE DO. I really don't have the time right now to do much more than what I've already done but would really love to see this completed.

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4,386 views
over 10 years ago
by chase

In Christ Alone

Okay, I've added the rest from the first two pages (mine the intros, repeats, etc) of the score above:

It starts on the 2nd line where the words start and goes to the last line of the 1st page up to where the vs 1 and 2 ending is, instead it goes straight to the vs 3 ending, and then into vs 4. Whenever there were multiple options for a note, I always took the higher one. There is one spot near the end of the song (two empty boxes on the score, the "ev - er" from "can ever pluck me from his hand") where I couldn't play two notes (E and D#) and none of the other roots included those notes as well as the ... (more)

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over 10 years ago
by chase

Ramblin Wreck

In honor of my boys that are beatin' up on Miami at the moment, here is the opening to Ramblin Wreck

Its just:

"I'm a ramblin' wreck from Georgia Tech and a hell of an engineer"

at the moment.

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1,543 views
over 10 years ago
by chase

I Love You, Lord

I short chorus, but one I've always liked.

I copied the notes down quickly in church this morning from the hymnal (I should have taken a picture with my phone, duh!) and it sounds like I might have copied a few down wrong.

Here is the score:

Its broken down so that each line from the lyrics below corresponds to a line in the score. Doesn't really have any rhythm, but the arrows indicate where two notes were tied together of the same pitch across two measures. The last two lines of the score correspond to the last line of the lyrics, I don't remember exactly where they would have split.

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over 10 years ago
by chase

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over 10 years ago
by chase

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