Amaazing Grace at it's Bestby Hope Burke(MEMBER)on August 15th, 2013
I love this version of Amazing Grace. i play it quite often and have played it for our "Open Mic" day at our facility where we live.
ReArrangingby anonymouson July 4th, 2013
Needed a piece for an arranging assignment.
perfectby andra johnsonon August 3rd, 2012
I had to play this arrangement at a baptism and it was perfect. I
Very hardby Lindsey Joneson February 7th, 2012
it is really hard i think it needs to be a little esier i cant play this at all!
You Should Like This Version of Amazing Graceby John Ton May 23rd, 2011
This is a very pleasing version of Amazing Grace. Very importantly, they also provide an audio version for us non-pro musicians who have difficulty hearing the theme and timing from simply reading the music. Also, it has just a bit of "classical" influence that I like.
amazingby anonymouson July 29th, 2010
not too demanding in terms of difficulty, but at the same time it does not sacrifice the texture of the music
Organ solo Amazing Graceby Judy Walshon November 24th, 2009
Great to have this version as I used it to perform an organ solo at a funeral prior to playing the hymn "Amazing Grace" - worked well - had to modify to fit the organ layout.
It is a nice version of the song; however, the song still could use some extra notes in the harmony to make the song easier on the ears.
Quality Sheet Musicby anonymouson September 23rd, 2007
As a new customer to Virtual Sheet Music I was very pleased with the quality of the music provided at such a reasonable cost. The level of difficulty was slightly lower than indicated by the label of "advanced" and leaned more towards intermediate or late intermediate. It was however still an excellent arrangement.
only slightly amazingby jehess(MEMBER)on February 26th, 2007
Basic improvisation on Amazing Grace with octaves, blocked chords, and a few arpeggios thrown in for good measure. Not too original, but very nicely put together. Easy to prepare in a minimal amount of time. Very traditional sounding--perfect for an offeratory or altar call. Good for students too. Not too exciting for professional church musicians.