The Peace of Christ [CD] - BYU Singers

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The Peace of Christ, envisioned as a follow-up to the BYU Singers' first CD, We Sing of Christ, features a beautiful combination of new arrangements of hymns and anthems that speak directly to the depths of our hearts and souls. Join Dr. Ronald Staheli and the BYU Singers as they express through music the peace that is offered to us all.

You can also get this album on Amazon.com and iTunes or listen on Spotify.



TRACKS

1. O Peace of Christ
Words by John Parker; music by David Lantz III

2. Where Can I Turn for Peace? / Grant Us Thy Peace
Words by Emma Lou Thayne; music by
Joleen Meredith / Felix Mendelssohn

3. Love Divine
Words by Charles Wesley; music by Howard Goodall

4. I Heard the Voice of Jesus Say
Words by Horatius Bonar; English melody; arr. Ronald Staheli

5. Come, Thou Fount of Every Blessing
Words by Robert Robinson; music by John Wyeth; arr. Benjamin Harlan

6. Jesus, Savior, Pilot Me
Words by Edward Hopper; music by
John Edgar Gould; arr. John Longhurst

7. My Heavenly Father Loves Me
Clara W. McMaster; arr. Ronald Staheli

8. Jesus Christ the Apple Tree
Words compiled by Joshua Smith; music by Malcolm Archer

9. Nearer My God to Thee
Words by Sarah F. Adams; music by Lowell Mason; arr. David Zabriskie

10. O Sing a Song of Bethlehem
Words by Louis F. Benson; music by David Zabriskie

11. O Heart Subdued with Grieving
Johannes Brahms; translation by Ronald Staheli

12. Ave Verum Corpus
Words traditional; music by Will Todd

13. Lord, Accept our True Devotion
Words by Richard Alldridge; music by
Joseph J. Daynes; arr. David Zabriskie

14. Morning Has Broken
Words by Eleanor Farjeon; music by Bob Chilcott

15. Abide with Me
Words by Henry F. Lyte; music by William H. Monk; arr. Molly Ijames



CREDITS

Producers: Ronald Staheli, Sandefur Schmidt

Recording Engineer: Jon Holloman

Editing and Mastering: 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.