Key Transposer

Most of the songs posted here are either in the original key or the key that I am comfortable with. This key may not work for some of you as each one of us have different voice range. To help transpose the song to a key that best suits your vocal range, I am posting a link below.

Click here and copy & paste the text of the song along with the chords. You can transpose to a higher or a lower key using the buttons on the right side.

Hope this helps.

source: chordchanger
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31 thoughts on “Key Transposer

  1. Hi Vijay,

    Can you please post the chords for ninnu veedi nenundalenu song
    Here is the link for the song… Thank you and God Bless.

  2. Praise the LORD Brother,
    Am Pastor G. Solomon Raju. our church choir members are singing songs with the help of chords which you have provide. I thank GOD everything for helping many churches. One more thing i wanted to say or ask is now we are in Christmas and New Year time i request you behalf all churches to post the Christmas and New Year songs.

    Thank you brother,
    May GOD Bless You, Your Family and your team.

    • Dear Pastor Solomon Raju, Praise God that this resource has been helping you and your church in praising God. Please continue to pray for me and for this resource to be a blessings to many others. Thank you!!

    • G C G
      Athyunnatha Simhasanamu pai

      Em C
      Aseenudavaina Deva-

      D D Am Am
      Athyantha premaa swarupivi Neeve

      D G
      araadhinthumu Ninne (2)

      G(g.a.b) C C D
      Ahaha –halleluya

      (a b c) G Bm Em
      Ahaha –halleluya

      (g a b) Am Am D
      Ahaha –halleluya

      (f# g d) G Em G
      Ahaha –halleluya

    • G C G
      Athyunnatha Simhasanamu pai

      Em C
      Aseenudavaina Deva-

      D D Am Am
      Athyantha premaa swarupivi Neeve

      D G
      araadhinthumu Ninne (2)

      G(g a b) C C D
      Ahaha –halleluya

      a b c G Bm Em
      Ahaha –halleluya

      g a b Am Am D
      Ahaha –halleluya

      f# g d G Em G
      Ahaha –halleluya

  3. Dear Bro,

    I don’t really speak Telugu. But i do understand a bit. I’m from Malaysia and I came across a song in Youtube, sung by Raj Prakash Paul http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lN4r5rRh-78

    I really felt touched by this song, I understand a bit only. I would really appreciate if you could translate the song for me word to word (if its possible) because I want to learn it’s meaning. Please also kindly provide the chords for the song.

    Thank you in advance, for being so helpful. It means much.

    GOD bless your effort.

    Matilda

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