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All Creatures of Our God and King PDF Flute sheet music click HERE

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Amazing Grace PDF Flute sheet music click HERE

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How Great Thou Art PDF Flute sheet music click HERE

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Come Thou Fount PDF flute sheet music click HERE

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Wondrous Love PDF Flute sheet music click HERE

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Battle Hymn PDF Flute sheet music click HERE

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How to Read the Hymnal- finding the part the flute should play:

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Missed Joining The Hymn of the Month CLUB for Flutists?

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Have any questions? Comment below and I will help you out.

Rebecca FullerRebecca Fuller
Get Flutie with us! Learn and enjoy every musical minute.

63 thoughts on “Hymns For Flute Course”

  1. Great! I’m glad you’re using your metronome. It’ll help you so much. I think it would be a really great activity for you to go through and ‘figure out’ the tempos. I’ll also go in and post what I think – let’s see if we match! ~Rebecca

  2. Hello Rebecca! You’ll be happy to read that I’m (finally) using my metronome now so is it possible to find out at what tempo the accompaniments are playing at?

  3. Hi Kathleen, what a great question to talk about. Yes, the octave does not matter, those parts will still harmonize beautifully (if you’re in tune). ~Rebecca

  4. Kathleen Nicholson

    Hi Rebecca, I’m enjoying the Hymns course very much. I have a question, which might seem silly, (and probably shows my lack of understanding of music theory!). If I were to play the alto line of a hymn, and another flute player is playing the soprano line in the octave it is written in, if I play an octave higher would it still harmonize correctly? Hope that makes sense to you!

  5. You’re welcome, Anne-Marie. We’re glad you’re here learning. It’s a great genre to learn more about for sure. ~Rebecca

  6. Hi Anne-Marie, there are several embellishments that are used in all different genres. Jazz, Irish, Folk, etc. It’s just ‘how’ you use them more than ‘what’ you’re using. I hope that makes sense. I use everything I can think of to try and get the effect I’m going for. The more skills in your quiver the better. πŸ™‚ ~Rebecca

  7. Anne-Marie Fryer

    Is it appropriate to use similar embellishments as when playing folk tunes and Irish Airs,- turns, single trills, clips and such- when playing hymns?

  8. Hi Anne-Marie, I’m glad you love the course. Are you in the CLUB too? I put out new arranged Hymns each month for those in the CLUB. Ahhh, I have a hard time pinning down my absolute ‘favorites’ because each one touches me at a different time depending on my mood or what I’m going through at the time. I do like uplifting pieces for sure, but a melancholy-sounding piece that is slower sure soothes when it’s needed. Glad you’re here! ~Rebecca

  9. Anne-Marie Fryer

    These Hymns are beautiful. I am enjoying this course immensely. I did not grow up in the states and neither do I belong to a church. Could you, Rebecca, or anyone else be so kind and give me names of other lovely hymns, some of your favorites that I can practice? I do have a hymnal.

  10. No worries, DeAnna. If you look at the top menu bar of the LearnFluteOnline.com website you’ll notice something called “Bonus Content”. That’s where you can click to get a lot more info including articles and the Podcasts. Yay!!! It’s there for you. See you again soon. πŸ™‚ ~Rebecca

  11. Hi! DeAnna Moore in Midland TX. I struggle with navigating your system to obtain items such as your pod casts for learning etc…your home page doesn’t appear to have any drop down boxes other than the lessons and mini courses.
    Would you differentiate for me the Hymn of the month course and the Hymns Course? Is the music different or the courses are equivalent ?
    Thanks Rebecca!!!

  12. In the Amazing Grace video, a tie is missing between the G note in the 43rd bar to the G note in the 44th bar.

  13. RebeccaFuller

    Wow Wow Wow! Morgan, this is wonderful news. Huge applause. Keep it up!! ~Rebecca

  14. Dean VanderWoude

    Hi Rebbeca,

    I want to thank you for all that I have learned in taking your courses. I am a 7th grader in our schools Intermediate band. I was surprised last week at our spring concert when I was awarded the Outstanding 7th Grade Band Member overall. I have recently purchased the Hymns and the Irish courses and look forward to doing my best with those this summer. OUT OF SCHOOL THE 24TH !!!

    Morgan V.

  15. Hi Jennifer, I’m so glad you’re here in the Hymns course. The good news is that yes, you will be able to keep this course with your membership always here. Keep learning and returning! πŸ™‚ ~Rebecca

  16. Jennifer DeCory

    This is a wonderful course. Playing hymns is the main reason I wanted to learn flute again. I have to admit, most of these songs are beyond my skill level still. I don’t know all the notes yet. Will we always have access to the videos and accompaniments or do they expire after a certain time? I’m just wondering how long I can keep coming back to these hymn lessons as I progress through the gold lessons.

  17. I love playing the hymns.I appreciate this mini course.
    In All creatures of our God and king, WE find various skills: slurs, dynamics (mf until 8th measures f on hight notes
    The vibrato and fading.

  18. Hi Oliver, I’m so glad you’re here learning. Musicians have a ‘duty’ to learn all styles in order to become more fluent. And, yes you can offer your services. There are many churches who would be very glad to have you help them bring beauty to their building and meetings. Make a recording of you performing a Hymn (with accompaniment usually), and take it to some local churches. There will probably be on that will take you up on it. πŸ™‚ Good luck! ~Rebecca

  19. I’m enjoying the course very much. I do not belong to any church, will be appropriate to approach them and offer my “services”. Heheheheheheheh, gimme me an idea of how to get my name out there.

  20. Hey Paul, I am so glad you asked this. The new “Hymn of the Month Club for Flutists” addresses these exact skills you are asking for. Perfect. You’ll be notified very shortly for how to join. I’m glad you’re ready- it’ll be great! ~Rebecca

  21. Rebecca,

    Do you have any lessons that teach about adding the ornamentation to the songs? Guidelines or lessons on how to go beyond the basic melody, to adding runs, arpeggios, trills, etc., to the hymns. I note that in your recent email showing your rehearsal of Oh, Holy Night for the church service, that you did this and it makes the hymn so much more interesting.


  22. RebeccaFuller

    I love ALL Hymns! I’ll see what I can do for an ‘add-on’ pack this year. Leave your favorite Hymn suggestions here in the notes (remember they need to be in the Public Domain – not copyrighted) ~Rebecca

  23. Grady Campbell

    I would like to add my vote for another set of hymns, and like Kelsey’s suggestions for selections.

  24. I’m glad you are learning and ‘feeling’ the emotion of these lessons. I really love this style as well. πŸ™‚

  25. Thank you Johnny! I love having you in this course and in the online lessons. You’re fabulous. ~Rebecca

  26. Rebecca,
    I sent you my playing of three hymns…..afew days ago, I think….what did you think?

  27. Hi Rebecca,
    I just started working on the Hymns course yesterday….I love your choices. I am struggling with the counting in the beginning of the pieces…you know, counting until its time for me to start to play. I don’t play with any group so I’m used to just beginning where I begin…if you know what I mean. And the “style” part is challenging…when to “soft tongue” and when to hit it with more definition. I guess it will all come with practice. You sound so beautiful when you play the music….I think ” I’ll never sound like that !”
    Anyhow….I know I will enjoy this Hymn course….I’ll send you something soon…

    Thank you again!


  28. Oh Gisela, I’m so glad you’re working on these. When you think about specific skills you’ll become a really great flutist. I’m happy you’re doing well. πŸ™‚ Rebecca

  29. Hi everyone,
    I just wanted to share the BEST reaction to my flute playing ever. This weekend my 8 month old grandson visited and I played for him “All Creatures of our God and King”. He was beaming the biggest smile at me, and then when I hit the “O praise Him” refrain, his eyes welled up with tears and he looked so longingly, so soulfully at me. His tiny little lip quivered like he was going to burst out crying, but he didn’t. I thought to myself, ‘either he hates this or he loves it’. My daughter exclaimed, “Awe dad, I think you really touched his heart!” That’s the way I’m going to take it… Best reaction ever! =oD

  30. Oh my god, amazing grace was just about passable as amazing until I had to hit the high notes… a long along way to go yet, but fun all the way! I have noticed pursing the lips more is better for high and low notes, with the condensation on the mouth piece ending up exactly in the middle – I don’t always hit it yet, still got into turning the flute towards me, old bad habits die hard..and I don’t really know the high notes by heart yet, but it’s too early, back to the modules and more tone practice…

  31. Hi Daniela, you’re welcome for the flute courses. It is not childish at all to mark the sharps and flats… especially when you are still working on raising your skill level. Go ahead and mark your whole page if needed. Of course, as I take students through the Gold Level, I “wean” them from needing to mark everything. You learn to hold certain information in a “habit” spot in your mind while concentrating on others… for this Hymns course, you are free to complete and work on it at your own level and pace while continuing to improve your abilities through the other lessons I have available. Feel free to ask questions when you need to. Thanks, and good luck! ~ Rebecca

  32. Yes I think that is the best way of doing it as I like being consistence, so I will keep on doing the Gold level as normal , and will find more time to do the Hymns on parallel . I am sure will find time for them !! πŸ™‚ ~ Thanks!!

  33. Hi Rebecca,
    thank you for your online lessons and those mini flute courses. I may not be a Christian but I do love the sound of some of those tunes. I have only been taking lessons for three months and some of them are still impossible for me to play but since I have been playing the clarinet I can at least read the notes. I was wondering if I am technically allowed to mark the sharps and flats (I circle them depending on the key) or if that is a bit childish.
    Am I the only one who marks the sharps and flats or are there others? Either way, I am looking forward to my practice sessions each day. I am making steady progress thanks to your modules. They are nice and short and very comprehensible. Thank you for that as well.
    Happy Holidays and a Blessed New Year!

  34. Hey Abdu, you’re welcome. You’re doing great! I have really enjoyed watching your progress update videos, and I’m really proud of you for sure. You can work on these Hymns at your leisure. Continue going through the Gold Level in the order I have set. That’s where you’ll get the skills you need for… everything. The Hymns can be something you continue improving on and learning the style of over time. Have fun! ~Rebecca

  35. Hi Rebecca, I am mariking my music. Looking at the time signature and checking to see what key the song is in. You taught us well. I have had no problems until I got to How Great Thou Art. I am a bit confused. I got my folders out from the Gold level modules. Easy morning wake up and the Mexican Hat dance are in 6/8 time. I am a bit puzzled here. I will try and figure it out. I am not counting 6 beats per measure here. In music there seems to be rules and some of them can be changed; but not all. I took notes too so I will look through them and see if I can do it.

  36. YaYYY ! I am finally in πŸ˜€ That is awesome can’t wait to start here, you are the BEST Rebecca .. I feel like I am growing up like a baby step by step in this beautiful journey under your care … May God bless you and May you all have a Happy Christmas !!.. πŸ™‚

    I am bit confused though, shall I continue working on the Gold modules or pause for a bit and start here on the Hymns..
    what do you recommend for someone on my level ? ~ Abdu

  37. Jim, you are one of the good Learn Flute Online students that I had in mind as I created this course. You definitely will be able to continue to grow and learn with these programs. Good luck, and have a lovely season as well. πŸ™‚ ~ Rebecca

  38. Hi Elaine, you’re always such a great student. I love that you jump in and participate so well. And, thank you so much for your positive comments. It means a lot, and I love your feedback. πŸ™‚ ~ Rebecca

  39. Gisela, we’re so glad you’re here learning. This course is totally doable for everyone who has the desire. Thank you for your comments. I look forward to hearing more from you all. πŸ™‚ ~ Rebecca

  40. Tim, I really appreciate your comments here. Thank you so much. God always blesses those who strive to use their talents for good. Keep it up. πŸ™‚ ~ Rebecca

  41. I’d love to add another set of hymns to this if that is what you all want. It was a seriously fun project. I did stew and fret over it quite a bit though… wanted it to be as nice as I possible for you all. ~ Rebecca

  42. Hi guys, yes on the β€œWondrous Love” piece, I decided to play it twice. I changed octave for effect. I see you noticed. πŸ™‚ I didn’t mention it in the video, but I do have an email in the series that explains this. *Sometimes I try things,… and then love it. I decided this one had to stay once I recorded it. Thanks for all your positive comments. I really did want this course to be really nice. ~ Rebecca

  43. Terri, we’re so glad you’re here. Learn Flute Online is definitely the right place for you. Thank you so much for your positive comments. I really do appreciate it so, so, so much. πŸ™‚ ~ Rebecca

  44. Hi guys, yes on the “Wondrous Love” piece, I decided to play it twice. I changed octave for effect. I see you noticed. πŸ™‚ I didn’t mention it in the video, but I do have an email in the series that explains this. *Sometimes I try things,… and then love it. I decided this one had to stay once I recorded it. Thanks for all your positive comments. I really did want this course to be really nice. ~ Rebecca

  45. Yes to what Elaine said there about the play in lower octave first.. slight confusion there, mine, that is…

  46. Rebecca, In wonderous love I think the first time is in the lover Octave and then repeat in the upper Octaves? I was wondering why I was off. It did not take long to figure it out or did I miss something in the PDF? Love this beautiful Hymn……love all of them!

  47. I’m super excited about this!! I’ve only been playing Christmas songs recently since it’s Christmas, and I’ve been trying to decide what I want to learn to play once Christmas is over. I know I wanted to move on to hymns or other Christian music and this gives me the perfect place to start!! Thanks!! Is there any chance you might add some more hymns to this later on?? I would love to learn some more on here like The Old Rugged Cross, Beulah Land, and What a Friend We Have In Jesus, just to throw out a few suggestions πŸ™‚
    I really love your lessons and your teaching style. I have very thoroughly enjoyed learning to play my flute. In fact, I’ve only NOT played it maybe a total of 5 days since I’ve started with your lessons. I look forward to playing and practicing every day.

  48. Rebecca, I am so excited about this hymns course! I started your beginners course in July of this year, and have just completed the Gold Level module 60. I’ve decided to take a week or two, maybe longer, to practice and refine what I’ve learned so far before moving on to intermediate level. I’ve been waiting for this hymns course since day one and am very excited to get started.
    I played flute through high school but really wasn’t very good. After completing the lessons so far I can see that what I needed was a teacher who knew how to play the flute. Band teachers do a pretty good job but they don’t necessarily know your chosen instrument. Until July of this year I hadn’t played for about 40 years. Now, after just five months with you I play better than I did after eight years of school band, even though I’m 62 and have authorities in my hands. I look forward to my daily practice and sometimes practice four to six hours, it’s relaxing and time just flys by.
    Thank you for all the hard work you’ve done in putting all these modules together, for this new HYMNS COURSE and for being a fantastic and dedicated teacher!

    By the way, this is the first time I’ve ever written on a blog! T

  49. Thank you, Rebecca. It’s hard to say how much your lessons have meant to me and even more so with this hymns course. I want God to bless you so much because you have been such a blessing to me and my family and clearly all of your students. How awesome! What a gift indeed!

  50. Oh great! Wasn’t sure if I was ready for this, but yes, I can see it’s doable, given a bit of time and of course, practice, brilliant! Sooo much to perfect.. lovely, thanks for the huge effort put into such good teaching!

  51. Hi Rebecca,
    I was fiannly able to access the Hymns. I am really looking forward to this. I also have gone far enough in your course, thanks to you, to be able to learn, play and treasure these Hymns! What a great Chrstimas gift, or Holiday gift, for your students. I will always be your student for as long as you teach!
    Thank you,

  52. Hi Rebecca, Thank you so much for developing this ‘Hymns for Flute’ course. I’ve watched all the way through the course, and now realize that I have gone far enough in your ‘Learn flute Online’ course to learn and play along everything in this course.Thanks again, I can hardly wait to play along with all these ‘new’ techniques. May God continue to bless you and yours in this Advent, Christmas, Holiday season…

  53. Hi Abdu, I’m so glad you are excited about the Hymns for Flute Course. πŸ™‚ YAY! I love the Hymns also. And yes, you can definitely play these arrangements at your level. ~ Rebecca

  54. WAW ! Rebecca ! what is all that …I was browsing on the Dashboard before I sleep and then found this course, its as if I found a treasure ! ..I really love Hymns and playing them is gonna be like heaven for me ! .. Thank you very much for sharing this. But , if I may ask, at what level exactly do you reckon I can actually start looking at this course ?

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