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Chris Tomlin - See the Morning

By Chris Tomlin

By Chris Tomlin. Easy Guitar. Contemporary Christian, Praise and Worship. Softcover. With guitar tablature. 40 pages. Hal Leonard #702226. Published by Hal Leonard (HL.702226).

Item Number: HL.702226

ISBN 9781423426769. 9x12 inches.

The All Music Guide raves that Tomlin's fourth CD, “is the one that firmly seals his place as the ultimate innovator in P&W music.” Our songbook features easy arrangements in notes & tab for all 11 songs: Amazing Grace (My Chains Are Gone) • Everlasting God • Glorious • Let God Arise • Made to Worship • Rejoice • Uncreated One • more.

  • Let God Arise 
  • Rejoice 
  • Glorious 
  • How Can I Keep From Singing 
  • Everlasting God 
  • Let Your Mercy Rain 
  • Uncreated One 
  • Made To Worship 
  • Glory In The Highest 
  • Awesome Is The Lord Most High 
  • Amazing Grace (My Chains Are Gone) 
  • HL  1, Glorious

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  • 5

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  • December 11, 2008 Great for Worship teams

    I gave the See the Morning music book to our music leader and she is looking thru it. I was interested in the, Uncreated One. Very good over-all.

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  • January 30, 2008 Rating "See the Morning"

    First off, I'm a die-hard Tomlin fan. Espcially after seeing him perform in person. Much more than I ever expected. With that said, this particular songbook is very very basic. Nothing like his "Arrival" songbook. This is great for a Beginner, not too challenging at all. The tablature...

    is also very easy to follow along and the book not only tell you to step down where need, but gives you the actual key each string should be in. In that regard, helpful. I lilke to use the matching CD to keep pace with and have fun. If you've ever watched Chris on, you will find he has a very basic approach anyway to his music, utilizing 3-4 basic chords, just using different locations on the fretboard and with Capo or stepping for voicing changes. Very simple and wonderful music to learn and play to. Have fun.

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