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The combination of organ with trumpet has elicited gems from some of history’s outstanding composers. A trumpet resonating in a large space often spurs the musical imagination. Since the earliest common practice music, the two instruments have been a remarkable match. But even prior to written music, trumpets appeared alongside pipes (presumably the panpipes of classical history) in Hebrew worship. Terry Yount and Chris Dolske present selections on this album that may be appropriately played for worship, in many traditions. They may often be found on concert programs, at weddings, and important community events. 

God of Grace and Glory Media
Document: Liner Notes Audio: Jerusalem Audio: La Majeste Audio: La Grace Audio: La Rejouissance Audio: Sleepers Wake! A Voice is Calling Audio: Now Thank We All Our God Audio: Carillon de Westminster Audio: Aria from Sonata, Op. 51 Audio: The Saints' Delight Audio: Wondrous Love Audio: Improvisation on Slane Audio: Prayer of Saint Gregory Audio: Sketch in D Audio: Fugue in B-flat over B-A-C-H Audio: Andante sostenuto from Symphonie Gothique Audio: God of Grace and Glory Audio: Rondeau from Sinfonies de Fanfares


A Really Great Album


This is a fantastic recording of some very beautiful music. I particularly like "God of Grace and Glory" and "Jerusalem" as the combination of trumpet and organ sounds incredible! I would strongly recommend this one!

The Connection Between Music and Reformation


Do you want to hear the lovely music of spiritual awakening? Music and Reformation are connected like flesh to bone. Here is music that is truly awesome and pleasant to hear.