This is the official Android edition of The United Methodist Hymnal (1989) authorized by The United Methodist Publishing House. The app includes page scans of the hymnal, powerful search capabilities, information about songs and their authors, and the ability to access several different versions of songs including pew, large print, and instrumental (strings, brass, and woodwinds).
This free app includes the 281 public domain songs in The United Methodist Hymnal. Through in-app purchases, you can add the following editions which include all public domain and most copyrighted hymns:
* Pew edition for the complete hymnal* ($24.99)
* Keyboard edition for the complete hymnal** ($24.99)
* Large Print edition for the complete hymnal** ($19.99)
* FlexScore edition for the complete hymnal** ($99.99)
* Individual FlexScores - one version of one song ($1.99)
* Individual FlexScores - all versions of one song ($9.99)
* Hymns and services only
** Hymns only, no services or readings
Many songs include links to resources for background information and for worship planning, such as related scripture passages, topics, worship notes on the text and tune, PowerPoint slides, and available choral and instrumental arrangements.
The search box allows you to search for songs by first line, author, composer, topic, or scripture passages quoted or alluded to. A handy keypad lets you jump immediately to a song by number.
Our revolutionary FlexScores are available for most songs. Through FlexScores you can adjust the music and text size of the scores, transpose the key, and change capo. The versions offered for FlexScores include pew, violin, viola, cello, bass, flute, clarinet, oboe, bassoon, alto saxophone, soprano or tenor saxophone, horn, trumpet, trombone, and tuba. For instrumental versions, the music is transposed into an appropriate range and displayed in an appropriate clef for the instrument (based on the same part arrangement of the printed hymnal).
You may use the "setlist" feature to pre-arrange hymns in your preferred order (for example, the song sequence in a worship service). When you "play" the "setlist" you can go to the next pre-determined songs with one flip!