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I haven't looked at the Hymns section of LDS.org for several years, but I was going to do a FHE lesson on how to learn your parts for the hymns and I don't see where you can learn the soprano, alto, tenor, or bass parts. You used to actually be able to see the music staff and hear the parts and you could isolate the part you wanted by turning off the audio on the others, then add them in. I wanted to teach my family how to do that so they could learn parts. I have a son who is really interested in music now and would benefit from that. Is that feature no longer available, or am I just looking in the wrong place?
I believe the music player found at https://www.lds.org/music?lang=eng&_r=1 is what you are looking for. I can't be sure because it requires Flash and I no longer have the flash player on my system
There are 11 types of people. Those who understand Gray Code and those that don't.
A number of browsers have added Flash internally, but you may have to go into settings to allow it to run. This is due to Flash's non-security track record.
I was able to help my kids get it up on each of their computers and make it work and I showed them how to take out and put in the various tracks so they could learn their parts. That was our Family Home Evening lesson for this evening.
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