My Sheet Music Book is Finally Available!

Yay! I finally have my sheet music available in a book format. You know those cool spiral-bound books that make it super-easy to play them at the piano? Well, that’s what it is. You can also get the book as a downloadable PDF.

I’ve linked the purchase buttons here:

Order the spiral-bound book Support independent publishing: Buy this book on Lulu. 34.95

Download the printable PDF null $29.95

Contains piano solo sheet music of these arrangements by Chas Hathaway:

All Creatures of Our God and King
Amazing Grace
Battle Hymn of the Republic
Beautiful Savior
Come Thou Fount
Come, Come Ye Saints
How Great Thou Art
Wide As Eternity
The Fourth Day (original music by Chas)
If You Could Hie to Kolob
If You Could Hie to Kolob (for SATB choir)
Praise to the Man (soprano/alto duet)
The Lord is My Shepherd
We’ll Bring the World His Truth
Gethsemane, (for SATB choir, original song by Chas)
How Gentle God’s Commands

Listen to MP3s of these pieces:

You can also purchase these pieces as individual PDF downloads on the Sheet Music Page of my website

Come Thou Fount: Original Piano Solo Arrangement

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Come Thou Fount

Come Thou Fount

I love the old hymn, Come Thou Fount.  I think it captures the spirit of Christianity everywhere and reminds us that without Jesus Christ, we are nothing, but that with Him, we can become all that He is.  I’ve been intending to create an arrangement of it for a long time, and I finally took the time to do it.  You are welcome to download this arrangement for free. Also, you can purchase the sheet music at my website:

Of all the words in the song, my favorites are these: “Here’s my heart, O take and seal it, Seal it for Thy courts above.”  It reminds me that I have given my heart entirely to the Lord, and he can do with it as He sees fit.  That heart often needs tuning, even regular tuning, and only He can do it, but I must bring it to Him – over and over and over.  Each time I do, he refines it, purifies it, and returns it to me, better, stronger, and more empowered than before.  I love Jesus Christ.  No matter how much I give, He always give back more.  I guess that’s why He said, “I am come that they might have life, and that they might have it more abundantly.”

He waits on us to give Him all that we are, and when we do, He gives us back a life that is far better than anything we could have imagined.

Below is a copy of the original lyrics by Robert Robinson as he wrote them in the Continue reading Come Thou Fount: Original Piano Solo Arrangement