This was taken from a post on I wrote on http://denleymusic.com/wordpress/ 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