♫ Random musical notes from yours truly. ♫
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One of my absolute favorite modern compositions: “Behold the Wounds in Jesus’ Hands” with text by John V. Pearson and Music by David R. Naylor.
I love James Montgomery’s lyric inspired by the 23rd psalm. I’ve never been too fond of the traditional tune though. It has always provoked me to bounce around between alto and soprano, searching for a melody. So, I did what cheeky composers do and wrote my own.
When wildfires send you running for cover, it really *does* help to have people praying for you.
Advice on entering the annual LDS Church Music Submission from fellow musician Nathan Howe.
The wisest thing my dad ever said. But not because it was true.
The scoop on the SSAA Primary medley (and the missing chord!) for the October’s 2012 General Women’s Conference of the LDS Church.
Some simple things I learned from my mother.
To celebrate Mother’s Day Eve, I thought I’d share a couple of favorite videos.
“O Tidings of Comfort and Joy,” a medley of the traditional French carol “Sing We Now of Christmas” and the traditional English carol “God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen,” arranged by Betsy Lee Bailey. This one is great fun!
A lovely Thanksgiving hymn: “Give Me a Grateful Heart” by Joseph M. Martin and Susan Bentall Boersma.
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