Tonic Solfa Of Be Glad In The Lord And Rejoice [Hymn]

tonic solfa of hymns

The first step to playing any hymn perfectly is knowing the key of the singer.

So if you know the key already and you have properly set your keyboard voice to your preferred voice (should be a string or organ), follow this solfa notation to play be glad in the lord and rejoice.

Verse 1

Be glad in the lord, and rejoice [s s m f s, d r m]

All ye, that are upright in heart [d r, r m f m r d]

and ye that have made him your choice [s s m f s, d r m]

bid sadness and sorrow depart [d r, r m f m r d]

Chorus of Be Glad In the Lord and Rejoice [Hymn]

Rejoice [d f]

Rejoice [f m]

be glad in the lord and rejoice [m r, r r r d r m]

rejoice [d f]

rejoice [f m]

be glad in the lord, and rejoice [m s f m r, m r d]

Verse 2

Be joyful for he is the lord [s s m f s, d r m]

on Earth and in Heaven supreme [d r, r m f m r d]

He fashions and rules by his word [s s m f s, d r m]

The mighty and strong to redeem [d r, r m f m r d]

So as you can see, all the verses of be glad in the lord and rejoice has the same tone and hence the tonic solfa is the same.

Have a nice experience.