King of Glory: Chris Tomlin

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Happy Palm Sunday!

Matthew 21:8-11 - "Most of the crowd spread their garments on the road ahead of him, and others cut branches from the trees and spread them on the road. Jesus was in the center of the procession, and the people all around him were shouting, "Praise God for the Son of David! Blessings on the one who comes in the name of the Lord! Praise God in highest heaven!" The entire city of Jerusalem was in an uproar as he entered. "Who is this?" they asked. And the crowds replied, "It's Jesus, the prophet from Nazareth in Galilee."
 

This is the beginning of my favorite week! King of Glory was written by Chris Tomlin and Jesse Reeves in 2004. The progression is played in the Key of G.

King of Glory Chord Chart

Verse 1:
G Cadd9 Em G
Lift up your gaze be lifted up 
Tell everyone how great the love 
The love come down from heaven's gate 
To kiss the earth with hope and grace 
Sing 

Chorus:
G Cadd9 Em G
Who is this King of Glory? 
The Lord, strong and mighty 

Verse 2:
G Cadd9 Em G
Lift up your hands be lifted up 
Let the redeemed declare the love 
We bow down at heaven's gate 
To kiss the feet of hope and grace 

Bridge:
Cadd9 D Cadd9 G 
Cadd9 D Em   Cadd9
There is one God He is Holy 
There is one Lord over everything 
There is one King He is Jesus 
King of glory strong and mighty 

Ending Part:
G Cadd9 Em G
You are the King of Glory 
The Lord, strong and mighty
 
Chord Breakdown 

I'm mostly playing a C2 chord or Em7, then a G and D chord throughout the song.

L.H. / R.H.

G/DGB
C/EGB
E/DGB
C/EGB
G/GBD
C/EGD
E/GBD
E/EGD
G/BDG

C/GCE
D/F#AE
E/GBE
G/GBE
C/GCE
D/F#AE
E/DGC
C/DGB, C/CDA, C/CDG

G/GBD
C/EGD
E/GBD
C/EGD
C/CEA
G/BDG


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10 iPhone Apps for Music Maniacs

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 Maureen Denard posted an article that she thought my readers would be interested in and I agree. You can view the entire piece here.

Apple and the app developers for the iPhone App Store are bringing instruments and equipment that would normally cost you hundreds of dollars right to your mobile device, allowing you to use them anywhere and at any time. The technology used to create these apps means your virtual music experience is now as close to the real thing as you will ever get, whether you’re a musician or just a lover of the art created by others. Music junkies rejoice! These 10 apps bring you closer to the tunes you love.
  1. sir Sampleton – A very simple, yet surprisingly versatile app, sir Sampleton takes its cue from the popular keyboard samplers of the ‘80’s. You can use the app to sample your voice, musical instruments and any other sounds you can think of. The app comes with a number of accompanying beats, as well as the ability to download additional content for free after paying the $3.99 download price.
  2. ooTunes Radio – If you’re tired of clicking through the same five stations on the radio, then perhaps it’s time to break the cycle. With 32,000 global streaming radio stations featuring sports, talk and every genre of music you could ever want, ooTunes Radio is the solution you’ve been looking for. For $4.99 you can access a plethora of stations organized by genre and country of origin.
  3. SoundHound – When the frustration of not knowing or being able to remember the name of a song is getting you down, turn to SoundHound. This powerful app can find a song just from the user humming the tune into the iPhone recorder. The $6.99 version comes with a wiki-type database containing artist information, but there’s also a free lite version available with fewer features.
  4. Concert Vault – Live music lovers will certainly get a lot out of this app. Concert Vault is free of charge and has over 10 hours of live music performances from throughout the ages. If you feel that you’re not getting your fill from the app, you can upgrade to a $48 membership, which will give you access to unlimited live recordings and earn you the opportunity to grab merchandise at discounted prices.
  5. Bandsintown Concerts – Never miss your favorite performer or band again by downloading this free app to your iPhone. Bandsintown Concerts tracks all of your favorite artists, bringing you up to the minute news on upcoming concerts and events. You can sync the app with your iTunes, LastFM, Spotify and Pandora, and gain access to hundreds of online ticket vendors, too.
  6. Pandora Radio – This intelligent app knows the music that you want to listen to. Pandora Radio is a free predictive music app, which creates playlists for you based on the music that you listen to. You can also create your own radio stations, so you can have different playlists depending on your mood. If you prefer to listen to ad-free music, then you can purchase Pandora One from the iTunes store for $3.99.
  7. Top 100 Music – To find the music that has made the top 100 list in over 20 countries look to Top 100 Music, which is free from iTunes. Not only does the app return results for each list, it also allows you to watch live and related videos. This app is a simple way to quickly gain access to the type of music you like from all over the world.
  8. Drum Kit – If you have ever listened to a song and thought that it needed more drums, this is the app for you. Drum Kit gives you the ability to play along with your favorite songs or create your own drum solos. You can layer different drums to build your beats with an audio engine designed to eliminate delay and latency. What’s more, this virtual drum kit is completely free of charge.
  9. Guitar Suite – This app is an amazing aid for anyone learning to play guitar, bass, Ukulele, five string banjos or 4 string lutes. With over 25,000 cords and 50 scales, Guitar Suite is a comprehensive database of instruction for every learner. The app also includes a tuner, metronome and a complete range of practice materials.
  10. Tap DJ – For only $2.99, Tap DJ delivers a virtual sound mixer and decks to your iPhone. You can mix your favorite songs or draw from a sample from the app library. Features include an Integrated 9 Pad Sampler, 3 Loopable Cue Points per Deck and Voice Recording, among other features. Tap DJ is suitable for both beginner and professional DJs, allowing you to create great sounding mixes on the go.
No matter what your style is, there’s an app out there designed to bring the music you love straight to your iPhone. After all, what else would you expect from the company behind iTunes?

Thank you, Nanny.net!

And on my other piano website, I have posted a few music apps for the iPad:

Flash Derby 

My Note Games

 Kinderbach

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Learn To Play: IF

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David Gates, Songwriter



David Ashworth Gates (born December 11, 1940) is an American singer-songwriter, best known as the lead singer of the group Bread, which reached the tops of the musical charts in Europe and North America on several occasions in the 1970s. The band was inducted into the Vocal Group Hall of Fame. One of my favorite songs that is so soothing and picturesque is called IF. Remember the group, Bread and I wondered... do you have a favorite hit song from them?

This one is played slowly with lots of arpeggiated, broken chords in the left hand. 


Key of F

     F                C                 Cm               F7 Bb
if a picture paints a thousand words then why can't i paint you?
    Bbm               F        Bbm6              C7sus4 C7
the words will never show the you i've come to know
     F                  C                 Cm          F7  Bb
if a face could launch a thousand ships the where am i to go?
         Bbm            F             Bbm6             C7 C#dim
there's no one home but you, you're all that's left me to
     Dm    Db+        F            Bb6
and when my love for life is running dry
     Am7-5      D7   Gm7 Gm7-5  C7
you come and pour yourself on me
      F             C             Cm      F7        Bb
if a man could be two places at one time i'd be with you
  Bbm          F      Bbm6             C7sus4 C7
tomorrow and today beside you all the way
       F                       C             Cm     F7     Bb
if the world should stop revolving spinning slowly down to die
     Bbm                F     Bbm6                   C7 C#dim
i'd spend the end with you and when the world was through
     Dm     C#+     F                  Bb6
then one by one the stars would all go out
      Am7-5   D7      Gm7    C7sus  C7 F Gm7 Gm7-5 F
then you and i would simply fly away...

Key of A


intro: A-AM7-A7-D-Dm-A-Dm6-E7
     A                AM7                 A7               D
if a picture paints a thousand words then why can't i paint you?
    Dm               A        Dm6                E7
the words will never show the you i've come to know
     A                   AM7                 A7           D
if a face could launch a thousand ships the where am i to go?
         Dm            A             Dm6                E7
there's no one home but you, you're all that's left me to
     F#m    F#m+M7    F#m7            D6
and when my love for life is running dry
     C#m7      F#7   Bm7        E7
you come and pour yourself on me
      A             AM7             A7               D
if a man could be two places at one time i'd be with you
  Dm          A      Dm6                   E7
tomorrow and today beside you all the way
     A                        AM7             A7            D
if the world should stop revolving spinning slowly down to die
     Dm                 A     Dm6                   E7
i'd spend the end with you and when the world was through
     F#m    F#m+M7   F#m7              D6
then one by one the stars would all go out
      C#m7   F#7      Bm7    E7  A D Dm6 A
then you and i would simply fly away...


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Don Moen: Arise

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I love this song and I did a post awhile back on my other blog. You'll find the chord charts at Arise Chord Charts

Recently I received an email from aleks and we were discussing the correct chords on the bridge part:
We lift you up. So, I thought I would post the chords to this popular song in Eb, along with the modulation to F. Let me know what you think.

Arise (in Eb)





Intro: Eb Bb/Eb Db/Eb Ab/Eb (2 times)


Verse:
Eb            Bb/Eb
One thing we ask of you
DbEb             Ab/Eb
One thing that we desire
Eb          Bb/Eb
that as we worship you
Db/Eb              Ab/Eb   Ab2
Lord come and change our lives


Pre-Chorus:
     Eb      Bb/Eb     Eb    Ab/Eb
Arise, Arise, Arise, Arise, Arise


Chorus:
 Eb              Bb       Cm7              Ab2
Arise, take your place be enthroned on our praise
    Eb        Bb       Cm7
Arise King of Kings Holy God
      Ab2         Eb Bb Cm7 Ab2
as we sing, Arise
     Eb Bb Cm7 Ab2
Arise          l / / / l / / / l / / /


Bridge:
Eb2                             Eb2                   Dbmaj7/Eb
We lift You up! We lift You up! We lift You up on our praises 
Eb2                                                        Eb2                             Dbmaj7/Eb  Ab/Eb
We lift You up! We lift You up!            We lift You up on our prai - ses!
Eb2                                                        Eb2                             Absus/Db
We lift You up! We lift You up!            We lift you up on our praises      l  /  /  /

Chorus:

Chorus: Two Times
 F               Am       Dm7              Bb2
Arise, take your place be enthroned on our praise
  F           C          Dm7
Arise King of Kings Holy God
      Bb2         
as we sing, 
  F   C  Dm7  Bb2
Arise - A-rise,
 F    C  Dm7  Bb2
Arise - A-rise
 
After 6th time 'we lift you up.' to key of F
and then there is a progression on the last 4 'Arise'
 
F Ab Bb C Db Eb F 
 
Ending (twice)
 
F      Ab/F  Bb/F  C/F    Dbmaj7  Eb/F
Arise, Arise       l ///  l ///   l ///
 
end on F

 
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