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:An adaption by Robert Gatliff of an arrangement shared by Pat Partridge.
    M:3/4
    L:1/4
    Q:1/4=60
    K:E
    %%measurenb -1 % turn off numbering of measures because some are split
    F  | B2 (3(d/c/B/) | d2 c    | B2 d   | !breath!F2
    w:A-maz-i-n-g grace! How sweet the sound
    F  | B2 (3(d/c/B/) | d2 c/d/ | f3- | !breath!f2
    w:That saved a__ wretch like_ me_
    d  | f2 (3(d/c/B/) | d2 c    | B2 d   | !breath!F2
    w:I once w-a-s lost, but now am found;
    F  | B2 (3(d/c/B/) | d2 c    | B3- | B2 |] 
    w:Was blind, b-u-t now I see._
  

Arrangement Note: The 9th note of the traditional 'Amazing Grace' is problematic on these flutes because its pitch requires the half covering the bottom finger hole. This arrangement avoids this difficult technique by transposing it up to another note in the chord. This has been repeated in the 12th measure.