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“We Gather Together” . . . . A Hymn of Thanksgiving . . . . Ukulele Chord/Melody arrangement by Ukulele Mike Lynch . . . contained in the Chord/Melody eBook TWO . . . Check out the Christmas Chord melody ebook

July 19, 2016


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Ukulele Mike does a performance and tutorial of this hymn through YouTube

“We Gather Together” is a Christian hymn of Dutch origin written in 1597 by Adrianus Valerius as “Wilt heden nu treden” to celebrate the Dutch victory over Spanish forces in the Battle of Turnhout. It was originally set to a Dutch folk tune. In the United States, it is popularly associated with Thanksgiving Day and is often sung at family meals and at religious services on that day.

This is a very accessible piece for even beginning solo ukulele players. . . Take a look at the short  clip below 

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 Here is another short clip from this hymn arrangement
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We Gather Together is included in the Chord/Melody eBook TWO.  It can be purchased by making a payment of $20 through the paypal button on the Ukulele Mike website: Once purchased, it will be personally emailed to you within the day. . .
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Table of Contents:
eBook TWO Contents
Each of the Chord/Melody eBooks can be purchased separately  at new discount of $20.00 or all together at a combined discount. . . The combo “TRILOGY is now reduced to $50.00
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Watch this YouTube video detailing the new Price Reduction . 
 Announcing the release of the NEW Chord melody ebook FOUR  $25.95
All 4 of the Chord melody ebooks can be purchased at a combo discount price of  $70
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  1. August 3, 2016 2:54 p08

    Reblogged this on UKULELE MIKE LYNCH – All things UKULELE.

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