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Rock of Ages - 30 Favorite Hymns
     

Rock of Ages - 30 Favorite Hymns

3.5 2
by Mormon Tabernacle Choir
 
A selection of 30 hymns sung by the 300-plus member choir, showcasing on this particular album the choir's well-deserved reputation for excellence in choral presentation of well-loved hymns. The entire album is made up of previously released material from unspecified albums, and is appropriate for observing the Sabbath.

Overview

A selection of 30 hymns sung by the 300-plus member choir, showcasing on this particular album the choir's well-deserved reputation for excellence in choral presentation of well-loved hymns. The entire album is made up of previously released material from unspecified albums, and is appropriate for observing the Sabbath.

Product Details

Release Date:
07/14/1992
Label:
Sony
UPC:
0074644829327
catalogNumber:
48293
Rank:
3611

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Mormon Tabernacle Choir   Primary Artist
Alexander Schreiner   Organ
Richard Condie   Conductor
Frank Asper   Organ

Technical Credits

Willie Smith   Arranger
Philadelphia Brass   Contributor
Richard Condie   Director
Thomas Frost   Producer,Liner Notes
Bud Graham   Engineer
Ed Michalski   Engineer
Kevin Boutote   Engineer
Arthur Harris   Arranger
Traditional   Composer
Jeremiah Rankin   Composer
William Tomer   Composer
Reginald Heber   Composer
Sabine Baring-Gould   Composer
John Bacchus Dykes   Composer

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Rock of Ages - 30 Favorite Hymns 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
NHIL More than 1 year ago
I have this CD, a compilation of two much older albums bythe MTC. The choir with brass performs well-known hymns, while the portion with organ accompaniment has hymns taken directly from the LDS hymnbook. I find it musicaly beautiful and inspiring. For anyone of any faith I would recommended it because much of the music is very well known.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago