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O come, O come, Emmanuel, is a popular Christian Carol. The text may date back almost an entire millennium while the meaning even more. It is based on a biblical sign which God promised to give Israel called Immanuel.
“O come, O come, Emmanuel
And ransom captive Israel
That mourns in lonely exile here
Until the Son of God appears ..”
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Recorded by world-renowned harpist Sylvia Woods, these lovely Christmas carols are performed on three fantastic harps: a nylon-strung Neo-Celtic harp, a wire-strung ancient Celtic harp, and a triple-strung harp. Each carol is performed by Sylvia on 1, 2, or 3 harps, with no other accompaniment. This volume (#1) contains 28 traditional carols.
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Get a better grasp of the basic chords before doing the rest. Once you know the ‘map’ of how harmonies progress between themselves in a song, the other parts become easy. As soon as you get a hang of the 3 primary chords which make up the basis of the song, you should have the basic gist of the song grounded.
Instrumental tabs will help you master the melodic elements of any song quickly and then you just have to add a low note in the left-hand from time to time to tell everyone that you know the song!
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