FluteTree : Songbook : with finger pictures : Popular 6-hole Native American Flute
    X:1
    T:Amazing Grace
    C:Traditional - Lyrics by John Newton (1779) - Melody of 'New Britain' (1829)
    C:Arranged for NAF by Robert Gatliff
    M:9/8
    L:1/8
    K:E
    %%measurenb -1 % turn off numbering of measures because some are split
    F3 | B6 dTcB | d6 c3 | B6 TF3 | !breath!F6
    w:A-maz-i-n-g grace! How sweet the sound
    F3 | B6 dTcB | d6 c2 d | f6- f3- | !breath!f6
    w:That saved a__ wretch like_ me__
    d3 | f6 dTcB | d6 c3 | B6 TF3 | !breath!F6
    w:I once w-a-s lost, but now am found;
    F3 | B6 dTcB | d6 c3 |B6- B3- | !breath!B6 |]
    w:Was blind, b-u-t now I see.__
  

Arrangement Note: The 'Amazing Grace' is problematic melody because a couple of notes require half covering the bottom finger hole, a difficult technique that does not work on all flutes. This arrangement replaces the troubling notes with an easier technique, the trill, which appears as a "tr" over a few notes. To avoid these few trills from seeming out of place, additional trills were added.