Amazing Grace
Violin Solo - Digital Sheet Music

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Piano,Violin - Level 2 - Digital Download

SKU: A0.1086397

Composed by Virginia Harmony. Arranged by Kristin Coleman Campbell. Celtic,Folk,Irish,Praise & Worship,Sacred. 9 pages. Horsehair Music #690597. Published by Horsehair Music (A0.1086397).

An arrangement of the well loved hymn by John Newton, Amazing Grace. This setting is for piano and violin. It begins with the piano playing the melody and the violin playing droning double-stops to give the hint of bagpipes. The piano and violin pass back and forth a simple motif that weaves together the 4 stanzas. It begins in the key of G and modulation to the key of A for the final stanza. Fingering is given that incorporates 1st and 3rd positions along with one short section in 4th position. The early intermediate player will find this very accessible. (ASTA Level 4). A simplified violin part is also included that is all in 1st position.

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