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The Gadsby Project

by Red Mountain Music

The Gadsby Project is a collection of old hymns from the 18th and 19th centuries written to new music. Check out the sound clips to hear rich and authentic sounds ranging from acoustic to electric rock.
Genre: Spiritual: Hymns
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1. Dearly We're Bought
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2. Pensive, Doubting, Fearful Heart
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3. Jesus Whispers
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4. Jesus Is Our Great Salvation
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5. We Love Thy Holy Name
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6. Jesus, I Long For Thee
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7. Christ, Or Else I Die
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8. Will The Lord Indeed Appear?
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9. No Sweeter Subject
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10. King Of Saints
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11. Friend Of Sinners
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12. Twelve
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13. It Is Finished
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14. Jesus' Precious Blood
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15. Come Boldly To The Throne Of Grace
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The Gadsby Project

Gadsby's Hymns, published in several stages during the first half of the 19th century, is a collection of hymns from multiple writers containing songs dating back to the 17th century. Some of the 1,156 songs in this hymnal are familiar, but most of these great lyrics have simply been forgotten in the modern church. Our primary goal for this record is to reintroduce 14 of these great hymns so believers can incorporate them into public worship again. Interestingly, William Gadsby (the original compiler of the hymnal, a great preacher and hymn-writer) was against the use of instruments in public worship. This mindset aided in making many of the original tunes and melodies unknown for these hymns. There is a companion tune book for Gadsby's Hymns, but it wasn't published until 1927. It is very possible that these hymns have had multiple tunes and arrangements over the years. We like to believe that our small work on these hymns is a part of something much bigger, that we are simply another group of believers falling in line with generations who have gone before us, modernizing and singing these great hymns once again. The tunes that we have applied are our way of interpreting the text in our own time and place, and it is exciting to think that the tradition of putting hymns to new music is a tradition that has gone on for many generations. We hope that you love these hymns as much as we do and that you are able to sing them again in your church. One last thing: Go buy a copy of Gadsby's Hymns. Then go buy a bunch more, and give them to all your friends. May this exceptional hymnal feed your soul the way it has fed ours.



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