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Liturgical Guitar Blog

My mission is to enhance the practice and status of the guitar as an instrument of liturgical worship by providing accessible and musical arrangements of hymns suitable for use as preludes, postludes and musical interludes.

Free Means Free

It has been my intention tp freely provide this resource to church guitarists. I just discovered that some of my old links to Score Exchange were still working. I thought I had transfered everything to the Sibelius Cloud, which will play the arrangement on a computerized...

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Lent Update

I just uploaded 11 videos. These are old videos which were recorded on my Zoom Q3,and not in my newest 2 camera format. But they are still better than nothing and I don't seem to have the time lately to make new videos like I had planned. Most of the videos are of modern...

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Latest improvements to this site

Thanks to my friend, Juan Carlos Garcia, the site is now set up so you can freely print out the sheet music. Currently, a hymn must have a tutorial video for the sheet music to be available for you, and I have only made videos for about half of my arrangements. That is why...

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Site Under Construction

The website that I have used to house and share my arrangements, Score Exchange, recently changed their policies. They no longer allow any composer to simply give away their work for free. They added a price on all my arrangements and I only found out about it through...

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Seven new Christmas tutorial videos

I just made seven new videos: Angels We Have Heard on High; Away in a Manger; Lo, How a Rose E're Blooming; O Little Town of Bethlehem; O Come, All Ye Faithful; Of the Father's Love Begotten; and Silent Night. I added the YouTube video links beside the hymn titles on my INDEX...

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Music for Advent and Christmas

Yesterday, I finally had time to work on videos again. I recorded 5 Advent hymns (O Come, O Come, Emmanuel; Creator of the Stars of Night; O Come Divine Messiah; People Look East; Comfort, Comfort, O My People) and one Christmas hymn, God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen. I don’t...

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