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Trinity Suite, Opus No. 1

Gregory Wolff (572) · [archive]
Style: Classical · Level: Beginner · Tempo: 120
Pages: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

D
G/D
A/D
Em/D
F#sus4/D
Bm7(9,11)
C#m7(b9,b13)
G/D
Asus4
Dmaj7
Emin7/D
Bmin/D


These are all the chords found in this lesson. Note that every chord has an open D string. This was intentional and represents God's constancy and consistency in the lives of His people. As God never changes, neither does the foundation for the chords I have placed in the lesson. All the chords are finger-picked, using a common sequence: 4, 3, 2, 3, 1, 3, 2, 3 (with 4 being the D-string and 1 being the high E-string). If this is confusing, the tabulature in the lesson on future pages will make it clear. This common, repetitive pattern represents God as a God of order. He is not capricious nor random. Neither is His message difficult to understand. His words are available to the everyday man, and man can rely upon Him to remain true to His promises and maintain order in His world.