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Redeemer of Israel

A very easy tune to play, for all that it sounds great. No hard techniques or chord transitions, but it does require a few easy barre chords (all barred E-shapes). It's hard to believe I waited this long to arrange such a popular hymn.


Jenay said...

Am I missing something? No sheet music shows up, just a description of the ease of chords.

Don Fallick said...

The post is just a description. The actual tab can be found in the "Featured Tab" page or in the interactive table of contents. Both are in the right-hand column on the web page. You may not see that part of the page if you are looking on a smart phone, unless you go to "internet page view".