FluteTree : Songbook : with finger pictures : Popular 6-hole Native American Flute
    X:1
    T:Hark! the Herald Angels Sing
    C:Melody by Felix Mendelssohn (1840)
    C:Arranged for NAF by Robert Gatliff
    M:4/4
    L:1/4
    K:E
    F B B3/2 ^A/2|B d (dc)|f f f3/2 e/2|d c d2|
    w:Hark! the her-ald an-~gels sing_ 'Glo-~ry to the new-~born King'
    F B B3/2 ^A/2|B d (dc)|f c c3/2 ^A/2|^A A F2|
    w:Peace on earth, and mer-~cy mild_ God and sin-~ners rec-~on-~ciled!
    f f f B|e d (dc)|f f f B|e d (dc)|
    w:Joy-~ful all ye na-~tion, rise_ Join the tri-~umph of the skies_
    g g g f|e d e2|c (d/2e/2) f3/2 B/2|B c d2|
    w:With th'an-~gel-~ic host pro-~claim, Christ is_ born in Beth-~le-~hem.
    g3/2 g/2 g f|e d e2|c (d/2e/2) f3/2 B/2|B c B2|]
    w:Hark! the her-~ald an-~gels sing_ 'Glo-~ry~ to the new-~born King'
    W:
    W:2) Christ by highest heav'n adored
    W:Christ the everlasting Lord!
    W:Late in time behold Him come
    W:Offspring of a Virgin's womb
    W:Veiled in flesh the Godhead see
    W:Hail the incarnate Deity
    W:Pleased as man with man to dwell
    W:Jesus, our Emmanuel
    W: . . . Hark! The herald angels sing
    W: . . . 'Glory to the newborn King!'
    W:
    W:3) Hail the heav'n-born Prince of Peace!
    W:Hail the Son of Righteousness!
    W:Light and life to all He brings
    W:Ris'n with healing in His wings
    W:Mild He lays His glory by
    W:Born that man no more may die
    W:Born to raise the sons of earth
    W:Born to give them second birth
    W:. . . Hark! The herald angels sing
    W:. . . 'Glory to the newborn King!'
    W: 
  

Arrangement Note: Only one note in the original melody did not fit the NAF. This note, the 2nd note of the 8th measure, was altered from a half-holing the bottom finger hole to simply repeating the note prior. This should work fine if you are playing solo. If you are playing this melody along with other musicians, this substitution may not sound correct, i.e., fit their chord change at this note. In this case try substituting a C#, i.e., the same fingering as the 2nd note of the 7th measure. Alternatively, you could could half-hole the bottom finger hole but the series of fingerings in that measure would be awkward.