At a time when more missionaries than ever are answering the call to serve, the BYU Men’s Chorus is releasing this unique album of powerful missionary hymns. This free album is offered as a gift to missionaries and to all who share in the growing spirit and energy of the work. In this way—through music—the BYU Men’s Chorus invites every listener to come unto Christ.
To make the message as accessible as possible, the choir has chosen to release the recordings as free mp3 downloads (click HERE to download the album for free). For those that wish to have the CD version of this wonderful new album for personal use or to send as a gift, they can purchase it here at BYUMusicStore.com at cost for $2.99.
The BYU Men's Chorus is conducted by Rosalind Hall.
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1. Let Zion in Her Beauty Rise
Edward Partridge, Anon. (Württemberg, Germany), arr. James Kasen
2. I’ll Go Where You Want Me to Go
Mary Brown, Carrie E. Rounsefell, arr. Matthew D. Nielsen
3. Choose the Right
Joseph L. Townsend, Henry A. Tuckett, arr. Rosalind Hall
4. Press Forward, Saints
Marvin K. Gardner (based on 2 Nephi 31:20), Vanja Y. Watkins, arr. Matthew D. Nielsen
5. I Love the Lord
John S. Tanner (2 Nephi 4), Jean Sibelius, arr. Ronald Staheli
6. Onward, Christian Soldiers
Sabine Baring-Gould, Arthur S. Sullivan, arr. Lane Johnson
7. Come, Thou Fount of Every Blessing
Robert Robinson, “Nettleton” tune by John Wyeth, arr. Daniel McDavitt
8. Brightly Beams Our Father’s Mercy
Philip Paul Bliss, arr. Lane Johnson
9. Sweet Is the Peace the Gospel Brings
Mary Ann Morton, Alfred M. Durham, arr. Lane Johnson
10. Called to Serve
Grace Gordon, Adam Geibel, arr. David Zabriskie
Executive Producer: Ben Fales
Producer: Rosalind Hall
Recording engineer: Jon Holloman
Editing & mastering engineer: Troy Sales
BYU Records is part of BYU Music Group, an enterprise center in the School of Music at Brigham Young University and part of the College of Fine Arts and Communications.