Autoharping the Gospels

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Format: Softcover & Online Audio

ISBN: 978-15134-6641-5

Autoharping the Gospels with autoharp arrangements written by Carol Stober is an extension of Flatpickin' the Gospels by Steve Kaufman. She makes it easy to learn these great gospel tunes on the autoharp! This book can be used to play chords along with singing, or for playing the melody solo, or with the recording. The arrangements are written as simply as possible to facilitate sight reading, so that you do not have to memorize the tune in order to play up to tempo. Complete lyrics are included. In notation and tablature.

Most tunes are played 3 times on the recording by guitarist, Steve Kaufman.  First time through, play only the chords below the Autoharp tab line using a rhythm strum pattern.  Once rhythm is established, then try playing the chords above the Autoharp tab line for melody on the 2nd or 3rd verse.  Includes access to online audio. ©2020, 104 pages


A Beautiful Life       Wm. M. Golden
Are You Washed In The Blood?       E.A. Hoffman
Faith Of Our Fathers       H.F. Hemy, Frederick W. Faber
Heaven's Jubilee       G.T. Speer
In The Garden       C. Austin Miles
Just A Closer Walk With Thee      
Life's Railway To Heaven       Charles D. Tillman
Near The Cross       Fanny J. Crosby
Nearer, My God, To Thee       Sarah F. Adams, Lowell Mason
Old Time Religion       Arr Steve Kaufman
Precious Memories       J.B.F. Wright
Softly And Tenderly       W.L. Thompson
Sweet By And By       J.P. Webster
Sweet Hour Of Prayer       Wm. B. Bradbury
The Glory-Land Way       J.S. Torbett
The Lily Of The Valley      
The Old Gospel Ship       Arr Steve Kaufman
The Old Rugged Cross       Rev. Geo. Bennard
The Unclouded Day       Rev. J.K. Alwood
There Is Power In The Blood       Lewis E. Jones
What A Friend       Charles C. Converse
When The Roll Is Called Up Yonder       James M. Black
When The Saints Go Marching In       Arr Steve Kaufman
Where The Soul Never Dies       Wm. H. Golden