The original recording of this song (above) is in Eb, but I’m playing using key of C chords with a capo on the 3rd fret. I like these voicings a lot. Alternatively, you could play using key of D chords with a capo on the 1st fret – that would also put you in the open key of Eb.
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This song is in 3/4 time (as many hymns are), so if you’re used to 4/4, make sure to practice with it and get the hang of the timing.
The song stays pretty true to the hymn, although I did change the melody of the verses in the middle to create sort of a bridge section, but lyrically, it is no different than the original hymn.
O For A Thousand Tongues To Sing – Worship Tutorials – Chord Charts
Chord Chart kits include charts with lyrics and chords over the top of the words in all keys. Your download will be in the form of a .zip file which includes a chart for each key (PDF), and a .txt file in ChordPro format for pasting into applications like Planning Center or any other app that accepts ChordPro formatting.
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Audio recording/performance: Brian Wahl
Video DP: Nick Rice
Video Editing: Brian Wahl
- Bass: Music Man Sterling S.U.B Ray4 (tracked through a Line 6 Helix)
- Piano: Native Instruments The Giant
- Synth & Pads: Omnisphere
- Audio Interface: Universal Audio Apollo Twin Duo
- Acoustic guitar recording chain: AKG C214 into the Apollo
- Audio editing software: Apple Logic Pro X
- Video editing software:
- Video cameras: