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The Lord’s Prayer Our Father Who art in Heaven Evangelical Catholic prayer song classic rock n roll

Johnny Rock Piano johnroco.blogspot.com Music Copyright 2012 John Roco. DOWNLOAD OF THIS VIDEO IS ALLOWED FOR NON-COMMERCIAL PURPOSES; DOWNLOAD IS ALSO ALLOWED FOR INTRODUCING THIS VERSION OF OUR FATHER TO AUDIENCES FOR AM OR FM BROADCAST. Classic Rock and Roll The Lord’s Prayer Our Father who Art in Heaven prayer song with keyboard instrumental and heavy beat dance rhythm; the words: Our Father who Art in Heaven Hallowed be Thy Name Thy Kingdom Come Thy Will be done On Earth as it is in Heaven Give us this day our daily bread and forgive us our trespasses as we forgive those who trespass against us Our Father who Art in Heaven Hallowed be Thy Name Thy Kingdom Come Thy Will be done On Earth as it is in Heaven And lead us not into temptation but deliver us from evil For the Kingdom the Power and the Glory are yours now and forever, now and forever, now and forever, now and forever. Haleakala on the Big Island of Hawaii by Mike McCabe. Earth by NASA with Ron Garan photography and Michael Kanig editing. Heraldic Royal Crown by Heralder.

Tuning Ukulele, GCEA with a tuner, tutorial, piano guide

This video uses a Mc Crypt eNote nano Tune up Device. But look around for a brand that you might like. In this video, you could tune your ukulele to it if you do not have your own tuner. But the main object is to show you an easy way to keep your ukulele in-tune with the clip on tuner if you are first-time ukulele player looking for some help. You do not have to be able to read musical notation with this video. I have included a one-octave piano picture from C,D,E,F,G,A,B so that you could follow with your tuner to guide you along. In the German notation the B that we are use to, is actually called H, but for our purpose we will stay with B. Signs: # (the pound sign) is actually in musical notation called sharp. It means to raise the tone half a step up. If you were on the G note (on the white keys of the piano chart here) and you wanted to move half a step higher it would be called G# or G-sharp (on the piano guide it would be on the black notes). Sign: b (looks almost like a small b) is actually in musical notation called a flat. It means to lower the note half a step down. if you were on the A note (on the white keys of the piano chart here in the video) and you wanted to move half a step down it would be called an Ab or A-flat (on the piano guide it would be on the black note between G and A – with the blue writing here on the piano chart guide as Ab). As you will notice on the chart (included again at the end of video), that the black notes have 2 different writing