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  1. Hey, so, coming back to church has been an exciting venture in many respects but especially with the re-acquisition of music I remember I used to love. I'm trying to accumulate a playlist for myself of the songs that I remember liking and really enjoy now. "Love One Another" "I Stand All Amazed" "Because I Have Been Given Much" "Scripture Power" "How Great Thou Art" "Army of Helaman" "Gethsemane" "A Child's Prayer" "Born is the Light of the World" "O Come, O Come, Emmanuel" "He Sent His Son" "Lord, I Would Follow Thee" "Teach Me To Walk in the Light" "Keep the Commandments" "If the Savior Stood Beside Me" I go to the Susquehanna Branch and Priesthood Restoration Site for church and the past 2 years(I think; could be longer), the sister missionaries who were called to serve there all happened to be musically inclined and musically trained. So, very often, on Sundays, or for firesides and holidays, the 10-12 sisters would sing music for the congregation. I got to enjoy this in the 4 months I've been back, so, a couple of these might not necessarily be hymns. But you can kind of sense a trend in my tastes. Very upbeat or very deep lyrics. Some of these songs tend to be a lot of people's favorites. I wanted to find more through suggestions by people or to just talk about music in church in general. What are your favorite church songs? They can be hymns, primary songs, lds created songs, old music, newer music, anything! Edit: Adding to my list: "Be Still My Soul" "Did You Think To Pray" "There's Sunshine In My Soul" "I Love to See the Temple" "Book of Mormon Stories" "As I Search the Holy Scriptures" "Called to Serve" "How Firm a Foundation"
  2. Does anyone know where I can find the music to he O My Father version arranged by Marta Keen??? I heard it once and LOVED it, but have searched and searched online (and tried to contact the people who sang it) and only run into dead ends.
  3. Sometimes, I get picked to play hymns during our stake seminary graduation and, as you may have guessed, tonight is one such occasion. However, I have actually picked up a hymnal and gone through some songs for myself. My question to you all is, while the guidance of the Spirit should always be sought when selecting hymns, what songs do you think are worth consideration for such a big event?
  4. I recently arranged music for two guitar hymn books available for sale at www.ldsguitarbook.com: Easy LDS Fingerstyle Guitar Hymns features 75 hymns arranged for instrumental guitarists in standard notation & tab. Practice tracks can also be downloaded. The LDS Guitar Hymnbook features chords and lyrics for over 80 hymns If you visit the site and sign up for the mailing list, you'll receive 17 free hymns
  5. I'm looking for the version that was removed from the 1985 edition of our hymnals, but I can't find it anywhere. Will someone please help? Thanks! Edit: I found a PDF that I think might be for the original hymn, but I'm not sure, because I've only played an arrangement from some white book of hymn arrangements. Here's a link to the file: http://openhymnal.org/Pdf/Come_Thou_Fount-Nettleton.pdf
  6. I've been looking everywhere for one book, in fact, I don't even need a book. I simply need to find out the hymns for the Swedish LDS people. I need to learn a few and I want to be sure they are the current ones. The church website has no information (at least none I could find) about the hymn book for that language. I have seen a few listings for the book on Amazon and such, but I don't have the time to wait for it to be sent nor the money to get it sent. In particular, I'm looking for the 2002 published Psalmer Jesu Kristi Kyrka Av Sista Dagars Heliga. If anyone can direct me to a (preferably printable) digital copy of the book, I would be quite grateful!