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Playback (Instrumental) for the well-known church song by Martin Gotthard Schneider.
This playback can be ordered on CD or via email (no fast download on this page)
To buy the title using the fast download ( received immediately when paying with PayPal after having placed the order) please click on the link below. You can find the title in its 6 verse version and with or without modulation.
This song has different versions with a differen amount of verses and keys.
In the Protestant song book it is in G-major ( G-Dur) (1#), other notes are in D-major (D-Dur) (2#). Both keys can be listened to in the demos.
However, this title is available in various other keys and in your preferred tempo.
C-major, D-flat major, D-major, E-flat major, F-major and G-major (C-Dur, Des-Dur, D-Dur, Es-Dur, E-Dur, F-Dur und G-Dur)
The playback has all six verses (or 5 when chosen so) and the melody is included as well.
You can choose a version with modulation or without. In the version with the modulation, every note gets a half tone higher at the third verse ( second verse in the version with 5 verses). Without the modulation, all verses of the song stay in the same key.
With modulation, the chosen key is the key in which the song begins. The song ends two full tones higher.
Structure of the song:
Prelude 7 Takte
5 or 6 verseseach 8 bar, each verse is 1/2 tones higher starting from the second or third verse, depending on your choice.
Postlude 4 bar
Duration in original tempo 120: 2 min, 02 sec (6 verses) or 1 min, 46 sec (5 verses)
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Listen to a demo of Danke für diesen guten Morgen in G-Dur.
Listen to a demo of Danke für diesen guten Morgen in D-Dur.
Zum schnellen Download in allen verfügbaren Tonarten mit und ohne Modulationen
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