Amazing Grace Sheet Music

Amazing Grace Sheet Music
also known as My Chains Are Gone Sheet Music
Artist: Michael Hanawalt, Carsten Gerlitz, Traditional, Anne Raugh, Daniel O'Donnell, Bernd Frank, Victor Wooten, Eugénie Rocherolle, Hayley Westenra, Dan Galbraith, Steve Vai, Chris Tomlin, Katherine Jenkins, Tom Fettke, Hal Leonard Student Piano Library, Faryl Smith, Amazing Grace (Movie), Susan Boyle, Joel Raney, Ronan Tynan, Tom Gentry, Alabama, Traditional American Song, Judy Collins, Edwin Excell/John Newton/John Rees/Dan Galbraith, John Newton, Tramaine Hawkins, Traditional Spiritual, Edwin O. Excell, Alan Jackson, John Carter, John Purifoy, Christopher Smith, Nana Mouskouri, Celtic Thunder, Fred Kern, Greg Jasperse, Donald Sosin, Wendy Stevens, Phillip Keveren, Mona Rejino, Travis Perry, Michael Miles, Il Divo, Elvis Presley (also known as Elvis Aaron, The King of Rock and Roll)
Writer: Randy Owen, Marty Paich, Daniel O'Donnell, Glenda Austin, Nigel Scaife, Christopher Smith, Edwin O. Excell, John Hill, Nigel Paterson, Michael Hanawalt, Traditional, Jim Beloff, Hayley Westenra, Liz Beloff, Traditional African American Spiritual, Fred Kern, Steve Vai, Barrie Carson Turner, Ronan Tynan, Tom Gentry, Katherine Jenkins, Traditional American Song, Phillip Keveren, John Newton, Victor Wooten, Randall Hartsell, Alabama, Nick Patrick, Carlos Marin, Faryl Smith, David Arch, Judy Collins, David Miller, Susan Boyle, Sebastian Izambard, Tramaine Hawkins, Steve Mac (Steve McCutcheon), Greg Jasperse, Urs Buhler, Eugénie Rocherolle, Joel Raney, John Carter, Tom Fettke, Virginia Harmony, Louie Giglio, Gary Meisner, Alan Jackson, Will Todd, Chris Tomlin, Wendy Stevens, John Purifoy, Dan Galbraith, Billy Vaughn, Bernd Frank, Jenny Johns, Anne Raugh, James Burt, Rollo Dilworth, George Martin, Il Divo, Elvis Presley
Lyricist: John Newton
„Amazing Grace“ is one of the best known Christian hymns. The lyrics for „Amazing Grace“ were written by John Newton (1725-1807) who was the captain of a slave ship. Later he renounced his profession, became a minister and joined William Wilberforce in the fight against slavery. „Amazing Grace“ was very popular with both sides in the American Civil war. The Cherokee Indians sung „Amazing Grace“ while on the “trail of tears” (1838) when they were not able to give their dead a full burial. Since then “Amazing Grace” is often considered to be the Cherokee National Anthem. „Amazing Grace“ is pentatonic and is frequently performed on bagpipes; in fact „Amazing Grace“ has become associated with that instrument.

Below you can find the following sheet music arrangements of „Amazing Grace“:

„Amazing Grace“ sheet music for piano
„Amazing Grace“ sheet music for soprano saxophone, alto saxophone, tenor saxophone, clarinet and flute
„Amazing Grace“ sheet music for violin, viola and cello
„Amazing Grace“ sheet music for trumpet and trombone
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