Thanks to Peter Clausen we now have the hymns from the green book in Mp3 format on the site and available for download. A PDF of the. A PDF of the green hymn book can be dowloaded here. You cannot download from the green book hymns all at once as mp3 file is too large for. Christadelphian Hymbook -- Green IN NUMERICAL ORDER. 50 first line ||| Other music |||. Hymn Download page Green book in PDF · As a PDF with chords.
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This page was last edited on 26 July , at The fingering should help you work out the direction the notes are going in i. If so, make sure that you are able to play them fluently get used to carrying on if you make a mistake, rather than going back to correct it.
If possible, practise with a friend singing along to your playing first, before you play for your ecclesia.
Before starting next lesson, you should be able to: Play at least one of the two hymns fluently hands together, using good fingering Rebekah Lewis 14 Lesson 4: Reading music letter names By the end of this lesson you will be able to: Work out letter names of notes from music notation Treble and bass clef When playing a keyboard instrument you read two staves or rows of music at the same time playing the top stave with the right hand and the bottom stave with the left hand.
The right-hand stave has a treble clef at the start to show higher pitches: The left-hand stave has a bass clef at the start to show lower pitches: Each stave has five lines, with spaces in between. Each note on the keyboard has its own particular line or space. When going out of the range of those main five lines, little extra lines ledger lines are added in. As the notes get higher on the page going up by line, space, line, space the sound gets higher, and you move further up to the right on the keyboard, going through the alphabet: Middle C Middle C Middle C is in the middle of these 2 clefs hence its name Some of the notes can be played with either the right hand or the left hand, which is why they appear in both clefs.
Eventually you will know what letter a note is as soon as you see it.
Meanwhile, there is a quick way to work them out The answers are given at the end of this lesson. Rebekah Lewis www. The female voices are written in the treble clef, and the male voices are written in the bass clef: Soprano Alto Tenor Bass There are a few exceptions to this in the hymn book, where everyone sings the same part, and the accompaniment is specially written for the piano or organ, e.
In these hymns you read your part from the 2 lower lines of music still playing the treble clef notes with your right hand and the bass clef notes with your left. Task 2 Here is the first line of Lord, Thy judgements now are waking Hymn as it appears in the hymn book.
Look at the melody which is in the soprano part. Hum the tune and trace how its ascending and descending patterns are reflected in the score. Work out the notes that the soprano sings and write the letter names above the notes. Play the soprano part through a few times.
Gradually improve your fingering until you are able to play the melody smoothly and fluently, looking down as little as possible. Now do the same for the bass part.
Rebekah Lewis 17 Task 1 answers Before starting next lesson, you should be able to: Work out letter names of notes in treble and bass clef Rebekah Lewis 18 Lesson 5: Reading music rhythms By the end of this lesson you will be able to: Play hymns with the correct rhythms When looking at the music in the hymn book you will see that some notes are coloured in and some arent; some have sticks and some dont.
This is to show how long each note is meant to last for. It does not affect the pitch letter of the note.
Reading rhythms is not something you need to worry about too much, as you will probably be playing hymns that you have heard many times before, and so you already know how long each note lasts for. However, just in case, this section will explain how to read rhythms. In music there is a steady underlying pulse, or beat, that you need to keep in your head while playing. The speed of that steady beat will vary depending on the piece. For example, in Hymn the underlying beat is very fast; whereas in Hymn it is quite slow.
The crucial point is that there should be an equal length of time between each beat.