Pedal Harp - Level 3 - Digital Download
Composed by Thomas Dorsey, George Nelson Allen. Arranged by Stephanie Claussen. Blues,Sacred,Spiritual. Score. 4 pages. Stephanie Claussen #6048197. Published by Stephanie Claussen (A0.794235).
Renowned Gospel and Blues musician Thomas Dorsey wrote the words to "Precious Lord, Take My Hand" after the death of his wife and newborn son, adapting a melody attributed to George Nelson Allen.
Appropriate for funerals, church preludes, background gigs, or as a solo, this arrangement of "Precious Lord" aims for a bluesy, understated feel. Perform it with a gentle swing that blurs the lines between sixteenth notes and triplets.
For pedal harp
Chord symbols and some fingerings included.
The lowest note is the G an octave and a half below middle C. The highest note is the B two octaves above middle C.
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