Philip Martin | Jesus, O Jesus II

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Jesus, O Jesus II

by Philip Martin

Simple pipe organ and keyboard arrangements of Christian hymns, old and new.
Genre: Spiritual: Hymns
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1. Once in Royal David's City
0:57 $0.89
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2. O the Deep, Deep Love of Jesus / O Love That Wilt Not Let Me Go
3:35 $0.89
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3. Then Jesus Came
1:29 $0.89
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4. Wonderful Grace of Jesus
1:23 $0.89
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5. VCS Theme
0:35 $0.89
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6. How Great Thou Art
2:04 $0.89
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7. Miracle Medley: It Is No Secret / It Took a Miracle
3:08 $0.89
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8. Beulah Land / Tell Me the Old, Old Story
2:05 $0.89
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9. Lo! How a Rose E'er Blooming
2:35 $0.89
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10. When You Obey Me (feat. Jennie Lohde)
2:19 $0.89
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Hi.

These tracks were recorded using my custom computer pipe organ. Some songs are all organ; others are more instrumental.

The last track is the only one with a lead vocal, and features Jennie Lohde. "Lo How a Rose" has some interesting vocoder effects. Some people like it; some don't.

There is a description of the custom computer pipe organ used to record this album on my home page at http://www.opmartin.com . Complete song and copyright information, including some lyrics, are also available on the site.

Thank you for stopping by, and
May the Lord bless you.
Philip

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A Fellow Servant of Our LORD

A Fresh New Way to Enjoy Ten Beautiful Hymns
This is an exceptionally well-crafted collection of lovely hymns.  It is obvious that the artist who put this beautiful collection together, O. Philip Martin, has very carefully and lovingly selected, arranged, and performed these mellifluous melodies with tremendous care.  He is to be commended for the exemplary manner in which he is serving God by way of his considerable musical talents.

The artist custom built a computer pipe organ, and then painstakingly arranged these ten lovely hymns.  Just close your eyes and listen to this collection's version of How Great Thou Art.  You are sure to be delighted by the pipe organ's dulcet stylings of this great hymn.  The majestic euphony of the other nine selections are equally inspiring.

I would strongly recommended this collection.  If you love the great hymns, and would like to hear them in a fresh new way, this collection is definitely for you!
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A Fellow Servant of Our LORD

A Fresh New Way to Enjoy Ten Beautiful Hymns
This is an exceptionally well-crafted collection of lovely hymns.  It is obvious that the artist who put this beautiful collection together, O. Philip Martin, has very carefully and lovingly selected, arranged, and performed these mellifluous melodies with tremendous care.  He is to be commended for the exemplary manner in which he is serving God by way of his considerable musical talents.

The artist custom built a computer pipe organ, and then painstakingly arranged these ten lovely hymns.  Just close your eyes and listen to this collection's version of How Great Thou Art.  You are sure to be delighted by the pipe organ's dulcet stylings of this great hymn.  The majestic euphony of the other nine selections are equally inspiring.

I would strongly recommended this collection.  If you love the great hymns, and would like to hear them in a fresh new way, this collection is definitely for you!
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