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ThePilgrim

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In Topic: Music Writing Software.

Yesterday, 06:40 PM

Some site to hymns with chords

http://www.chordie.c...ls&songid=12257

http://hymnchords.net/

http://www.ultimate-...s/hymn_tabs.htm

 

There are a lot more.  Just search Google for "hymns with chords".

In Topic: A New Face

26 January 2015 - 05:42 PM

Put this in the wrong place.  From the responses so far, maybe I should have posted it in Humor.

In Topic: Music Writing Software.

24 January 2015 - 08:26 PM

While I have not been able to get out much in the last month, I watched a number of YouTube videos of how to play hymns on various instruments. One site played and sang hymns on various instruments and invited you to join in and play with them.  You could also download the music with a melody line and chords.  I didn't like a lot of the hymns they had.  But you could choose which you watched and downloaded.  One instrument they used was the Autoharp.  Well I have an Autoharp which I have hardly got out for about 20 years but watching those videos encouraged me to get it out and have a play.   I bought a new electronic tuner and tuned it up and played some of their downloads.  I now wish to transpose some hymns and wondered if there is any software which will enable to write the melody lines with chords above and words below.  I could write them out by hand but it is not too easy these days as I have arthritis in my hands and my writing is not all that legible.  I did find a commercial package but it was quite expensive and I would not want to write vary many.

 

My wife also has an Autoharp, an Oscar Schmidt attaché Autoharp which she plays on her lap.  She has been asking me to tune it for her for ages but I knew what she would do, she played it once when I reminded her and then put it away.

Take a look at this web page.  http://www.hitsquad....smm/cat/CHORDS/

In Topic: random fact game

24 January 2015 - 03:49 PM

Bananas are known to lower the risk of heart attacks and strokes, as well as decrease your risk of getting cancer, according to the FDA.

Bananas are good food fit for human consumption as are many other real creations of God that he placed on this earth for man's sustenance.  However, I think the FDA states the case wrongly.  They should have said> All food placed on this earth for man's sustenance should be eaten and enjoyed by man to maintain his health and strength as our good God intended.  They should have also said:  All other foods made by man that contain chemicals to make them better selling products and all genetically modified foods to make higher profits for the companies so involved should not be eaten as they contain poisonous chemicals and pesticides and herbicides.  

In Topic: World Economic Forum In Davos, Switzerland Turns To Mindfulness Meditation

23 January 2015 - 02:01 PM

"Led by Mr. Kabat-Zinn, the stretch of silence was intended to get delegates out of their heads, and instead notice what was happening around them."

 

Not such a difficult thing to do since most of the world's elite (judging by the things they say and do) are already half out of their minds.

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