Watch Music and the Spoken Word in Over 60 Languages
Twice each year, millions of people around the globe tune into General Conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Prior to each Sunday session, the Mormon Tabernacle Choir performs its conference edition of Music and the Spoken Word, which is then translated into over 60 languages, along with the rest of the General Conference talks.
Here is a link to the available languages for the April, 2017 Music and the Spoken Word broadcast.
Having been on the air since 1929, Music and the Spoken Word is the longest-running continuous broadcast in the world. Since the program’s beginning and through years of remarkable change in broadcasting, the Choir has held its place providing music and inspiration for everyday living. Special programs commemorate holidays —Christmas and Easter—and singular events such as 9-11, Martin Luther King Day and July 4.
Visit the Music and the Spoken Word languages page. Here are a few examples of some languages below: