Amazing Grace for Tin whistle with chords
Tin Whistle - Easy/Beginner
Composed by John Newton 1725-1807. Arranged by Ian Buxton. Christian, Sacred, Praise & Worship, Method, World. 3 pages. Published by Ian Buxton (S0.71837).
Item Number: S0.71837
Amazing Grace composed by John Newton 1725-1807 arranged by Ian Buxton for D Tin whistle in G Major. Click on the 'Listen' button above to hear how the first half of the piece will sound.Normal speed and slow speed MP3 music files are also available to download from sheetmusicplus.com to help you learn to play this piece. Just search for 'Ian Buxton' on sheetmusicplus.com to find them. Useful for players who find it easier to pick up the rhythm by listening rather than by reading.Contact email@example.com for feedback, help, questions and requests including key changes if you are using a whistle in a different key.
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