My name is Harry Todd, and I was born in Louisiana much too long ago. When I was a kid, I played mandolin, but when I learned I could pick tunes on the guitar, then that was for me. I just pick this stuff into the computer like sitting in with a band.

At my grandmother's house, we had black-eyed peas and cornbread for lunch every other day. On the other days, we had cornbread and black-eyed peas. Many of these old songs were sung to me by grandmother years ago.

This Old Home was done in pen and ink by my father years ago, and is where I lived as a child.

I used a MIDI guitar to prepare these sequences, and the music represents music that I have played over a lifetime.

Amazing Grace

Church In The Wildwood

Farther Along (Old Hymn)

His Eye is on the Sparrow (1905)

How Great Thou Art (Traditional Origin)

Just As I Am (1885)

Medley of Three Hymns (1885, 1913, 1913)

Nearer, My God, To Thee (1859), Lyrics (1841)

Old Time Religion (1861)

On The Wings Of A Dove (Ferlin Husky)

Precious Memories (Traditional Hymn)

Shall We Gather At The River

Softly And Tenderly (1880)

Something Got Hold of Me (Old Gospel)

Sweet Hour Of Prayer (1885)

What A Friend

What the Lord Has Done for Me

When He Cometh (1856)

When The Roll Is Called Up Yonder (1893)

Where Could I Go ?

WhereThe Soul Of A Man Never Dies

Will The Circle Be Unbroken

MIDI Picking by Harry

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