I wrote it recently. I used a drum loop, bell, and I sang all of the vocals. It took me days to complete. I hope that it's good enough....Oh, please read my lyrics.
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Cancion al Sagrado Corazon, grabada en un ensayo del Coro Verbum Panis
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Unfinished; "Once did I serve a cruel heart" Music by Robert Jones & words Anonymous. 400 years old this year; This is a duet but unfortunately so far I have only recorded the low voice and the main voice is absent.
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Accapella version of the beautiful Christmas classic....
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This song was recorded in 1998 for the Centennial of Philippine Independence. This song describes the First Philippine Republic in Malolos. You must be hearing this song every 12th of June at Luneta...
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This version was kindly made by the Mexborough Male Voice Choir UK who I feel did an excellent job.
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Cheri Voss brought to me her Holy Spirit given lyrics along with an idea of a tune to which I fasted and prayed and what flew out of my soul and hands was calling from the shofar, music composition, structured melody and orchestration in this piece.
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A live recording during Mass, Oct 14th 2018. The much depleted choir (while we await new choral scholars!) was conducted by Nigel Browne. The (only) soprano was Tasha Maria.
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There is a greater will higher than ourselves. Inspired by the book "The Will of God" by Leslie Weatherhead, and the Feast of Trumpets 2018.
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Composed for the 150th anniversary of St Michael and All Angels, Mt Dinham, Exeter Oct 2018. This recording is by Cantate, Budapest.
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God sends the angel Michael to Adam and Eve to tell them they must leave Paradise. Michael reveals to Adam the future of humanity and the hopeful message of God sending Jesus in the future to redeem Mankind.
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A simple choir based song inspired by the soft light on a cold and silent winter day.
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