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The words were written by ex-slave trader John Newton, who was born in London on 24 July 1725. His father was commander of a merchant ship, and young John followed in his …footsteps. After his father died, Newton joined the crew on the H.M.S. Hartwich, but deserted after he found the living conditions deplorable. He was recaptured, flogged and demoted from midshipman to common seaman. After this, Newton spent some time on a slave-trader's ship, learning the trade, and eventually commanding his own trade in slavery. His conversion occurred during a violent storm at sea on 10 May 1748. From then on, he was a changed man, ultimately leaving his sea-going days behind him, and studying to become a minister. He was ordained by the Bishop of Lincoln and given the curacy of Olney, Buckinghamshire. "Amazing Grace" was written whilst he was at Olney, most probably between 1760 and 1770. He could now understand that God's love is for every man and Jesus had paid the price through his death on the cross for every sin he had ever committed. Incidentally, Newton did not write the music, only the words. The origin of the music is unknown, and there have been several speculations about the music. One is that it might have been based on a melody sung by the slaves themselves. Newton and William Wilberforce eventual prevailed in seeing that slavery was abolished in the British empire in 1833, 32 years before it was finally abolished in the United States in 1865 by the 13 Amendment.
When it was originally written, it is unknown what music, if any, accompanied the verses written by John Newton. The hymnbooks did not contain music and were simply small book…s of religious poetry. The first known instance of Newton's lines joined to music was in A Companion to the Countess of Huntingdon's Hymns (London, 1808), where it is set to the tune "Hephzibah" by English composer John Jenkins Husband. Common meter hymns were interchangeable with a variety of tunes; more than twenty musical settings of "Amazing Grace" circulated with varying popularity until 1835 when William Walker assigned Newton's words to a traditional song named "New Britain", which was itself an amalgamation of two melodies ("Gallaher" and "St. Mary") first published in the Columbian Harmony by Charles H. Spilman and Benjamin Shaw (Cincinnati, 1829). As neither tune is attributed and both show elements of oral transmission, scholars can only speculate that they are possibly of British origin. "Amazing Grace", with the words written by Newton and joined with "New Britain", the melody most currently associated with it, appeared for the first time in Walker's shape note tunebook Southern Harmony in 1847.
Amazing Grace, how sweet the sound, That saved a wretch like me. I once was lost but now am found, Was blind, but now I see. 'Twas Grace that taught my heart to fear. … And Grace, my fears relieved. How precious did that Grace appear The hour I first believed. Through many dangers, toils and snares I have already come; 'Tis Grace that brought me safe thus far and Grace will lead me home. The Lord has promised good to me. His word my hope secures. He will my shield and portion be, As long as life endures. Yea, when this flesh and heart shall fail, And mortal life shall cease, I shall possess within the veil, A life of joy and peace. When we've been here ten thousand years Bright shining as the sun. We've no less days to sing God's praise Than when we've first begun.
Amazing Grace was written by a man who had owned a slave ship and finally saw what he was doing was wrong and wrote the song. Listen to the words and you can hear his cry for …forgiveness.
the notes for amazing grace are G C E C E D C A G G C E C E D G E G E C G A C A G G G C E C E C E D C
British poet and Anglican minister John Henry Newton (July 24, 1725 - December 21, 1807), was the original writer of the Christian hymn "Amazing Grace." It was first publishe…d in 1779.
According to Wikipedia: ""Amazing Grace" is a Christian hymn written by English poet and clergyman John Newton (1725-1807), published in 1779."
Neema ya ajabu, sauti tamu kama nini iliyomwokoa masikini kama mimi Nilikuwa nimepotea lakini sasa nimepatikana, nilikuwa kipofu sasa ninaona Ni neema iliyoufundisha moyo …wangu kutubu na neema iliniondolea hofu zangu Hiyo neema ilionekana kuwa nzuri kama nini saa ile niliyoamini Those are the swahili words for the first 2 verses of amazing grace
The words to "Amazing Grace" were written in the 18th century by John Newton. He was born in London and after a life which included being press-ganged into the navy, flogged a…nd becoming a skipper of a boat plying the slave trade, was converted to religion and became a minister. He wrote many hymns and this one was propelled into the pop charts when a pipe band recorded the tune.
I found almost 10,000 with a search on iTunes. Talk about Amazing!
The definition of Grace is 'an unmerited gift.' Amazing means so great that it is beyond imagination. Combined, the term amazing grace is referring to salvation and what… an incredibly wonderful gift it is because we really do not deserve salvation.
This rather depends on the key you prefer, but here it is in C major: GC E C E D C A G G C ECE D G Amazing grace, how sweet the sound that saved a wretch like me! E G ED…CE D C A G G C EC E D C I once was lost but now am found, was blind but now I see!
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In Gospel Music
It does not have a definite composer as it is a folk song and folk songs get passed on through families. But the lyricist was John Newton.
It is Ioan Gruffudd.