My Heavenly Father Loves Me – For Violin with piano accompaniment

This was taken from a post on I wrote on on September 25th 2010.  Wow, was that really almost a year ago?

“I had some spare time this afternoon, and as my Hubby was playing with his new computer, I thought I’d play around with some music programs on mine to see if I was any better at transposing music (takes me ages to learn how to use new software).  The bonus was that when I logged on my site, there was a request for an easier violin version of ‘My Heavenly Father Loves Me’, so I decided to play around with that and see what I could do.

The result was an easier piece to play – in D Major (great for 1st grade violin students).  I also made the notes bigger so that it is easier to read.

If you want the violin part, click here: My Heavenly Father Loves Me – Violin Part

If you would like the piano part for accompanying purposes (or just an easier piano version) click here: My Heavenly Father Loves Me (D Major) Piano

Note: It is the same as what is in the Primary Children’s Songbook, just transposed.  The violin plays the melody that is sung in the original version of the song”.

 Big notes for easy reading