FluteTree : Songbook : with finger pictures : Popular 6-hole Native American Flute
    X:1
    T:How Great Thou Art
    C:Began as a Swedish poem by Carl G. Boberg.  Later became a hymn when sung to a old Swedish melody.
    C:It is now commonly known by its English translation. - Melody arranged for NAF by Julia Gatliff.
    M:4/4
    L:1/8
    K:E
    c cc|^A3 c cc dd|B2 d3 d dd|c3 ^A cc BB|
    ^A4-Ac cc|^A3 c cc dd|B2 d3 d dd|c3 ^A cc BB|
    ^A4-Ac cf|^a3 g f=f ^fd|c4-cf =f^f|B4-BB dc|
    ^A4-Ac cf|^a3 g f=f ^fd|c4-cf =f^f|g4-g^a g=f|f4-f|]
  

Arrangement Note: Some liberties were taken to fit this melody to the NAF. This required two notes to be adjusted. The highest and the lowest note were nudged into the range of the instrument. Sometimes compromises are necessary to arrange a melody within the constraints of this wonderful instrument.