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How To Use the Choir's Sacred Music Library

Did you know the Choir has a past performance music archive that lets you find your favorite songs from specific general conferences? Perhaps you heard a song during last April’s general conference that you keep humming but can't quite remember the title—you’ve come to the right place. Here are some easy steps on how to use the archive:

View the Archive

Click here to get to the ‘Listen to Music’ section of the website or go to our home page, hold your cursor over 'Watch and Listen,' and click 'Listen to Music.'

Listen to Music

Click here to access the LDS Sacred Music Library. You can listen to music by song and choose by conference date. Another music listening option is the 24/7 Music Stream, where you can listen to commercial-free music for as long as you wish.

Choosing a Song

To find specific songs on the Sacred Music Library, there are a couple of options; To search by title, type in the song title or partial title in 'Search by Title' as pictured below. To search by conference, click the drop down menu and select the conference date. The dates will then be sorted by your choice.

Enjoy

Once you've selected your song it will appear in the player near the top of your screen. Once the song is finished it will automatically play the next song in line or until you press pause or find another song to play. There is also a shuffle function that allows you to shuffle a selected conference or the entire list of songs.

Download for Free

You can also download the live performance free of charge by clicking the download icon as pictured below. Many of the songs performed in general conference are also available for purchase in beautiful recordings accompanied by the Orchestra at Temple Square.  You can search for these recordings on our website by clicking here.

The general conference music archive will help you relive the musical themes of past conferences, allow you to find favorite hymns or discover new favorites.

Choosing a Song

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