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Now Let Us Rejoice Organ Hymns for the Sabbath, organ pipes

Now Let Us Rejoice: Organ Hymns for the Sabbath (2006)

Mormon Tabernacle organists John Longhurst, Clay Christiansen, and Richard Elliott perform 23 hymn-based compositions showcasing the majestic Conference Center pipe organ.

  • Language  English
  • UPC Code  783027005424
  • Media Types  CD; MP3; Digital Download

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    1. TracksTitleTrack Time
    2. 01Jehovah, Lord of Heaven and Earth2:31
    3. 02Choral-Prelude on SLANE2:36
    4. 03Great Is Our God3:54
    5. 04How Gentle God's Commands3:54
    6. 05Now Let Us Rejoice4:06
    7. 06In Humility, Our Savior4:07
    8. 07A Poor Wayfaring Man of Grief4:55
    9. 08We Thank Thee, O God, for a Prophet4:31
    10. 09Improvisation on "How Firm a Foundation"3:23
    11. 10Communion "Let Us Break Bread Together"4:53
    12. 11What Wondrous Love Is This?2:14
    13. 12Sweet Is The Work3:02
    14. 13Festival Toccata on "ST. ANNE"2:46
    15. 14I Need Thee Every Hour3:31
    16. 15Solemn Melody3:37
    17. 16Meditation on "Amazing Grace"3:31
    18. 17Ye Watchers and Ye Holy Ones2:25
    19. 18My Heart is Filled with Longing3:47
    20. 19Prelude on "Teach Me to Walk in the Light"2:15
    21. 20God of Grace and God of Glory2:15
    22. 21Love at Home3:49
    23. 22Prelude on RHOSYMEDRE4:05
    24. 23Now Thank We All Our God3:42

    Description

    Mormon Tabernacle organists John Longhurst, Clay Christiansen, and Richard Elliott perform 23 hymn-based compositions showcasing the majestic Conference Center pipe organ. The impressive organ is a symbol of the importance Latter-day Saints place on worshipping God through music. Built over a three-year period by Schoenstien & Co., the organ features a five-manual console that controls the 7,708 pipes of its 130 ranks, spread across seven divisions. In this inaugural solo recording, familiar hymn tunes such as “We Thank Thee, O God for a Prophet,” “I Need Thee Every Hour,” and “Love at Home” combine with the regal strains of “Jehovah, Lord of Heaven and Earth” and “Now Thank We All Our God” to provide a wide range of religious expression and spiritually moving experience.