FluteTree : Songbook : with finger pictures : Popular 6-hole Native American Flute
    X:1
    T:All My Heart This Night Rejoices
    C:German Lyrics by Paul Gerhardt (1656) - Translated by Catherine Winkworth (1858)
    C:Melody by Johann G. Ebeling (1666)
    C:Alto harmony, transposed for NAF by Brian Vice (trilled version)
    M:4/4
    L:1/4
    K:E
    A2 A2 | =d =c d c | (=d e) =c2 | =d d B2 |
    w:All my heart_ this night re-joi-ces, As I hear,
    B A A2 | =d A B A | A2 F2 | =d2 d2 |
    w:far and hear, sweet-est ang-el voi-ces; 'Christ is
    =d3/2 =c B A | A TF A2 | =d d B2 | =d =e d2 |
    w:born,' their choirs are s-ing-ing, Till the air, ev-ery-where,
    A =c =d d | =d =c d2 |]
    w:now with joy is r-ing-ing.
    W:
    W:2. Hark! a voice from yonder manger,
    W:Soft and sweet, doth entreat, "Flee from woe and danger;
    W:Brethren, come; from all that grieves you
    W:You are freed; all you need I will surely give you."
    W:
    W:3. Come, then, let us hasten yonder;
    W:Here let all, great and small, kneel in awe and wonder,
    W:Love Him Who with love is yearning;
    W:Hail the star that from far bright with hope is burning.
  

Arrangement Note: This alto part is played on a flute that is 5 half-steps lower than the lead flute.