Holy, Holy, Holy
Arranged for Hammered Dulcimer Players

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VideoAbout the Lessons

After teaching rolled chords and arpeggios, this hymntune is taught making use of them in the arrangement in the key of D.
1. Arpeggios, Line 1 - Part A 6. Arpeggios, Line 4
2. Arpeggios, Line 1 - Part B 7. Rolled Chords, Line 1
3. Arpeggios, Line 2 - Part A 8. Rolled Chords, Line 2
4. Arpeggios, Line 2 - Part B 9. Rolled Chords, Line 3
5. Arpeggios, Line 3 10. Rolled Chords, Line 4

PDFSheet Music Drills4SkillsDrills4Skills: Rolled Chords

A rolled chord, played more quickly than an arpeggio, is a chord where, instead of playing the tones of a 3 or 4 note chord in unison, the notes of the chord are played very fast, one after another, starting with the lowest note and moving as quickly as possible to the highest note.

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  • The story behind the Holy, Holy, Holy

  • Lyrics for Holy, Holy, Holy

  • Worship with Hillsong United, as they praise the Lord in this most inspiring interpretation of this old hymn.

  • Click here for mp3 rhythm back-up tracks to practice "Holy, Holy, Holy." One set of tracks is played at 70 bpm, and the other is played at 80 bpm. I have listened to beautiful performances at each speed, so utilize the one with which you are most comfortable.

  • You can listen to Russell Cook playing Holy, Holy Holy and Redeemed on hammered dulcimer by buying the mp3 from Amazon.com for $.99. He begins by playing melody notes alone, then strikes melody notes with a harmonizing tone, and gradually builds the intensity by moving into arpeggios and rolled chords. GREAT job.

 

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