Tag Archives: unadorned trumpet hymns
This Week’s Unadorned Trumpet Hymn Here’s another beautiful hymn from the 19th century. This one is a bit unique compared to a lot of the other hymns. It has some very interesting chromatic harmonies. You don’t hear the full extent … Continue reading
44,155 World Wide Streams Hello everyone. Today is the last day of the third quarter of 2019. One of the things I like to do is check my Spotify stats when I reach the end of another quarter. Praise God, … Continue reading
New Trumpet Hymn We Gather Together is one of those recognizable hymns that I don’t think ever because one of the top twenty. It’s still very pretty and uplifting. It is still sung in churches today. But you don’t hear … Continue reading
Thanksgiving Daniel O. Teasley, pub.1903 (found on timelesstruths.org) We thank Thee, Lord, for life and breath,Provided us so free;For at Thy hand we live and move—Our all must come from Thee. Refrain:We thank Thee, blessed Master,With mortal tongue below;But when we … Continue reading
As With Gladness Men of Old I meant to post this before Christmas, but there was no time. I hope you enjoy it.
Here is my first attempt to do a live video of one of my “unadorned trumpet hymn” recordings. This really is how it looks when I’m doing the recordings for those albums. I do not use headphones for the first … Continue reading