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Women & Concert Chorus – Brigham Young University
March 31, 2016

BYU Women Chorus : 

  1. The BYU Women’s Chorus consisted of 180 singers and performs a large number of concerts throughout the year. In 1990, the choir was not under particular person, it was conducted by a number of different faculty and graduate student. In 2005, the choir has come under the direction of Jean Simons Applonie because she also founded and conducted the Utah based women’s choir Viva Voce. Applonie has become the director of the BY Women’s Choirs in 2004. She became the first faculty member to serve as its director. Prior to that it had been directed by graduate students. The Women’s Chorus was featured with the Wind Symphony on BYU’s 2006 Home coming Spectacular. It is worldwide broadcasted by  KBYU-TV. In 2008, the choir released its first solo recording “Wondrous Love” and has appeared on several albums featuring the combined choirs. LDS songs and LDS Hymns were performed by BYU Women chorus.


 Concert Choir:

  1. The BYU Concert Choir is a mixed chorus of both men and
     Concert Choir consists of 90 men and women. This select group performs a wide variety of choral repertoire ranging from the Renaissance to modern, and all from memory. The choir was first organized by Mack Wilberg in 1984. Mack Wilberg has also written a number of songs and arrangements specifically for the ensemble. In 1999, Wilberg left BYU and Rosalind Hall stepped in to conduct the Concert Choir. Mack Wilberg became an assistant conductor for the Mormon Tabernacle Choir. The choir has performed at the American Choral Directors Association (ACDA) convention and with the Utah Symphony. The Concert Choir mostly performs in the de Jong Concert Hall on the BYU Campus, with an occasional trip to other local venues. The choir has released two albums on Tantara Records: “All Creatures of Our God and King” and “Beautiful River”. The “Five Hebrew Love Songs” by Eric Whitacre, has been awarded as best mixed choirs in the world by LDS songs and LDS Hymns were performed by BYU Concert Choir.


Peter Breinholt – Recording Artist Biography
March 28, 2016

Peter Breinholt was born in March 31st 1969 in Bryn Mawr,
Pennsylvania. He is a recording artist popular in the Salt Lake City, Utah
Local Music Scene. Breinholt grew up in Devon, Pennsylvania, a suburb of Philadelphia.
His father Robert H.Breinholt worked in the Wharton School of Business at the University
of Pennsylvania. His brother name is Jeffrey Breinholt.
 At the younger age, Peter taught himself to play piano, guitar and drums. At the age of 11, Peter started to begin writing and track his own songs. In college, he did a rough recording of his music in a Salt Lake City studio, and it became a hit on Utah college campuses. Peter studied in the University of Utah where his music career began successful by performing at local coffee houses and restaurants. While performing in the crowd, Peter got a positive response all over the Salt Lake City. So, peter was quickly pressed to track his compositions for release. His first recording song was “Songs about the Great Divide” which made Peter so much popular in Utah. It is eventually being described by Salt Lake Magazine as an underground classic on Utah college campuses. His first song became the best -selling, independently released CD ever in the state. Groups like the marching band at Brigham Young University soon began playing the song “You Wear Flowers” on the football field at halftime, and local high school choirs doing their own arrangements of the song. After a great success of the first album, Peter Breinholt & Big Parade played nearly 100 shows and continued building their fan base. During these concerts the expanded Big Parade road-tested many of the songs that later appeared on Breinholts second album “Heartlan”. The Theme of the second album is travel. Some of Breinholt’s best-known concerts have taken place at the 1,500-seat Eccles Amphitheater on the mountainside of Robert Redford’s Sundance Ski Resort in Provo Canyon, UT. Breinholt’s live album, Live September, was recorded there over three sold-out nights days after the September 11, 2001 attacks. Peter songs have been telecasted in CNN stories, movie trailers and feature length films. His song “Lullaby” has inspired an FBI agent Timothy Ballard to leave the Federal Bureau of Investigations and create a private organization dedication to rescuing children who have been sold into sex slavery internationally. Peter got so much inspired by Timothy and so as part of the effort, Peter recorded a new arrangement of his song “Deep Summer” album and gave it to Tim Ballard’s organization. In 2008, Breinholt wrote and performed six songs for the movie Everybody Wants to Be Italian. He also contributed two songs to the DVD release of the Emmy-nominated HBO documentary Resolved. A song Breinholt wrote as a teenager is the current theme song for the nationally syndicated television show, His music was also used in 1999 to launch computer company iOmega’s Hip Zip, a technological predecessor to the iPod. Breinholt has also produced albums for other artist including “the YMAD album” which was released in August 2015.Peter is married to Rebecca Pulsipher Breinholt and together they have four children: Nathan, William, Mary, and Jane. They live in Holladay, Utah. Peter first son Nathan is well known for his drumming debut in 2001, as well as his gift of imitating every variety of accents spoken in the United Kingdom. He has performed everywhere from New York to Los Angeles, from Spokane to San Antonio. He has played at Kingsbury Hall, The Tuacahn Red Rock Amphitheater, The Sundance Amphitheater, Thanksgiving Point, the de Jong Concert Hall, among others. His credits also include six albums, a concert DVD, guitar songbooks, film scores, Pearl Awards, songwriting awards, and concerts with several symphony orchestras and choirs.. In LDs Music and LDs Hymns Peter Breinholt albums plays a vital role than other artists. His recordings are

1. Songs about the Great Divide (1993)

2. Heartland (1996)

3. Deep Summer (1999)

4. Live September (2001)

5. Noel (2002)

6. All the Color Green (2006)

7. The Best of Peter Breinholt (May 2008

Kerry Christensen – Best Alpine Yodelers
March 24, 2016


Kerry Christensen is one of the world’s best Alpine yodelers. He was born in October 6 1954 in Grace Idaho. He used to yodels in both western and alpine styles. He is used to play in accordion, zither and alphorn. The most excited about Kerry is a very good at imitating chickens. He began a simple life, where he was raised on a potato farm in Grace, Idaho. A performer from the age of three, he has sung everything from western ballads to barbershop music. Kerry spent two years in the country of Austria right out of high school. There he became interested in the alpine yodeling art. During his travels to Austria in the period of 1974 to 1976, he discovered the folk music that would be his life. He became interested in the alpine yodeling art. After mastering the difficult medium he was asked in 1983 to move his six member family to Orlando, Florida. He practice yodeling 14-15 hours a day in his potato field by driving the family tractor. He used to do farming and yodeling at a same time. With the great passion, Kerry’s first yodeling performance was in 1977at a Brigham young University Orientation assembly. His yodeling brought 15,000 students to their feet for a standing ovation. His Music Career started when Disney World in Orlando, Florida hired him to work at the German Pavilion of the Epcot Center in 1984.He worked in the Disney world Yodeler from 1984 to 1990 and also the leader of the night band for the last four of those years. After his experience at Disney, Kerry is one of the most successful professional yodelers in the United States. He used to participate at various German festivals around U.S and Canada during the summer. In 1990, Christensen became a freelance yodeler and performs worldwide. He has recorded 12 albums, including U 2 Can Yodel; album is a course of people wanting to learn the yodeling techniques. In 2009, he was signed to yodel for the surrealist cartoon Living Evil, written and directed by Dadaist and Surrealist artists the Hive of Dukes. anni Osmond, co-founder of the Hive, is an avid music historian and professed “weird music fan”, and when he saw Kerry yodeling on YouTube, he found his phone number and hired Christensen on the spot. Today Kerry performs all kinds of corporate, festival, and community concert events. His concerts and events is going to be conducted in 23 US states and two or three countries internationally. Kerry is the only full time yodeler in the world that specializes in all styles of yodeling. He can be strictly alpine, or he can put on his Stetson hat and do an all-cowboy yodeling show. However, many of Kerry’s fans say that their favorite show is when Kerry mixes up the styles. You will hear cowboy, alpine, Cajun, Latin, Jewish, Hawaiian, jazz, classical, and his always popular humorous yodeling renditions. In LDs Music and LDs Hymns  Kerry Christensen albums plays a vital role than other artists.

Career Highlights

1996 National Western Music Association Yodeling Champion

Disney World Yodeler 1984 – 1990

Excaliber Hotel – Las Vegas, NV

Cruise Ships to Alaska, Panama, Caribbean

Cultural Festivals in the U.S., Canada, Austria, Singapore

Barleen Family Arizona Opry

Goldener Hirsch Inn at Deer Valley, UT

State Fairs in Florida, Idaho, Utah, New England (Big E)

Brief History When Where Doing What

1954 to 1974 Born and raised in Grace, ID Barbershop,
Musical Theater

1974 to 1976 Lived in Austria Exposed to language, culture,
and music

1976 to 1978 Attended BYU “Sunshine Express”
performing group

1978 Married Kathie Singing at The Heidelberg Restaurant

1979 Daughter Emilie born BA in Financial Planning

1981 Daughter Katie born Yodeler at Snowbird Resort

1982 Son Jonathan born (Still there)

1984 to 1990 Florida to work for Disney Yodeler at German

1990 Home

Jessie Clark Funk Biography
March 23, 2016


  • Jessie Clark Funk was born in Provo Utah, where she was involved in voice lessons, dance and singing. She attended Utah valley state college where she studied multimedia as a major emphasizing in sound engineering and film. In 2002 and 2003, Jessie had an opportunity to move for 26 state tour of the country with the national touring company of the hit Broadway show Footloose. She is a Latter-day Saint inspirational vocalist with a strong, clear voice. She has a very supportive Mormon family where her parents
    started the interest in singing at the younger age. She has been performing since she was six years old in venues around the world. At fifteen,she got a wonderful opportunity by signing a recording contract with an independent affiliate of Sony Records and spent four months as a budding pop star. New environment and people made her to feel so lonely in Florida, so she decided to return home with a heavy heart and thought to sacrifice her music journey for her personal happiness. She realized that world was not for her. But her performing days has not ended. She continued to find opportunities to share her talent. Jessie began to record in her own music. At the age of sixteen, her dreams came true by getting a chance for a themed compilation CD.  She got many opportunities by working with the Sounds of Zion Company. She earned her eight FCMA Pearl Awards for two albums like “Clay in His Hands” and “Better than I,” and her recent album is “Everything Speaks His Name.” Jessie albums has more powerful in her lyrics, where Jessie’s strength and testimony are evident in the lyrics in each song including “True Believers” .The album “Be an Example,” was recorded for Especially for Youth, a camp experience which is held in U.S locations and abroad. Jessie meets Jim Funk a local songwriter and record producer. Jim’s biggest claim to fame is probably that he co-wrote “Buy Me a Rose,” which turned into a mega-hit for country singer Kenny Rogers. Jim hired me to sing on an EFY CD he was producing. One day Jessie and Jim fall in love and got married in May 2004.She have two children’s in Centerville, Utah. She shares her first baby experience as a mother and singer. They welcomed baby Janessa into the family and after some months she started to record her second cd. she is so blessed to be able to do both — to be a mother and to sing. It is very great to work with so many people who all value the gift of family. In LDs Music and LDs Hymns Jessie Clark Funk albums plays a vital role than other artists.

Paul Layton Cardall – American Pianist & Overcome of Congenital Heart Disease

Paul Layton Cardall was born in April 24, 1973 is an American Pianist known for his wonderful compositions and various hymns. He is an internationally acclaimed pianist, producer and film composer. His music produces a unique soul and heartfelt musical style. Many fans all over the world enjoy each and every compositions and hymns. When there is lot of depression and problems, Paul music literally soothes the heart and nurtures the soul. Paul Cardall childhood story would be different from other artists. He started his piano class as kids at the age of eight, but quit six months later. Paul has a large family, there were eight kids and there wasn’t a lot of pressure to play. The main reason is he didn’t even like it, but he loved music. Paul music career started when he was a teenager, his friend passed away in car accident. That day Paul went to the piano in his parent’s living room and there he discovered he could play by ear and the music and melody came to him seemed to just give him the comfort and peace. Piano became a regular thing and addiction. Piano became a good friend to Paul, where he used to practice for three hours a day because it was so special and made him to feel the peace and joy of god. When others started to motivate him and asked to play piano he was out of the world. Paul was suffering from a congenital heart defect; he was given only days to live, but defied medical expectations and lot of series of surgeries and illnesses throughout his childhood. Paul was born with essentially half functioning heart. His illnesses has shaped cardall’s musical style and inspired dozens of popular melodic compositions and arrangements. Paul heart was really damaged from many surgeries, and it had enlarged so doctors suggested to remove it. Paul says about his TV experience in an interview, how he felt while entering the surgery room. He saw all pieces of equipment’s as an orchestra. He found his life in music and got a new life after heart transplant. Hi album titled new life debuted as the number one Billboard new age album in February 2011 and held a position in the top five for more than 30 weeks. Radio station States that new life as the best album of 2011. When there was a heart transplant for Paul in September 2009 he shared his experience with family, friends and his fans through blog where millions of people followed his blog and his albums. Paul Cardall founded his own record Stone Angel Music in 1999. The studio is located in the heart of Salt Lake City featuring a large orchestral live room, piano room, drum room, iso-booth and two mix rooms and including a offices for the record label. His role model composers are Mozart, pianists David Laznz, George Winston and Yanni. From their influence he started to build blocks and create his own compositions who reflect ideas from other novels and fairytales. He receives inspirations in a variety of music like rock, country, classical, film scores. Paul Cardall Family Foundation is a non-profit organization for patients and families who are struggling with congenital heart disease. The organizations purpose is to support being pro-active with healthcare and celebrating life by pursuing a further education. The Paul & Kristina Cardall Scholarship were established with the help from Salt Lake Community College (SLCC), for students with congenital heart disease. Paul Cardall has performed at benefit concerts for individuals like himself, who are fighting for their chance to receive a heart transplant. The beginning of summer 2014, Paul Cardall performed locally in Salt Lake City for a young boy who suffered from heart illness, like Cardall. His albums are Christmas box, Piano solos, looking glass, A journey of hope and healing, daily devotions, faithful, live, primary worship, sacred piano, new life, ephraims rescue, saving tiny hearts, 40 hymns for forty days etc. Cardall attended Salt Lake Community College in Utah and received an Honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters. Cardall is married to Kristina Cardall and has two daughters Eden and Eliza. In LDs Music and LDs Hymns Paul Layton Cardall albums plays a vital role than other artists.

Best Piano Performer – Marvin Goldstein Biography

                                                                                                                                                                                           Marvin Goldstein was born in 1950.He is an internationally acclaimed pianist, piano performer, arranger, music producer, composer and entertainer for over 50 years. At the age of nine, he began his music training successfully. At the age of 18, he was awarded a music scholarship to Tel Aviv University School of Music in Israel. His studies continue at the famed “Mozarteum” of Salzburg, Austria. He completed a Bachelor and Master of Music degrees at Florida State University in Tallahassee, Florida. On June 2, 1985 Marvin is a convert to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints from Judaism. He has served in the LDs church including as a member of high council and counselor in bishopric. Marvin Goldstein was a good friend of Robert Millet because he worked and taught him about faith before he joined the Church. Marvin wife name is lenae. She joined the LDs church in 1981. Marvin and his wife lenae are the parents of one child Nicholas. In music foundation and his career the greatest passion his peace. His goal is to bridge the cultural, religious and political differences of people everywhere through the medium of music. Goldstein is listed in Who’s Who in Music in Europeat Cambridge, England. Goldstein has traveled extensively performing in such places as Jerusalem, Anchorage, Oahu, Copenhagen, London, and throughout Canada and the continental United States. With Mr. Goldstein’s rich and extensive association with middle-east performers, he recently completed a highly successful three week tour in Haifa and Jerusalem, Israel, bringing Arabic, Israeli and American Jazz vocalists together in a night of Peace through Music to include The Hague and Rotterdam, Holland (Official Website).Marvin has recorded over 40 compact discs including popular music, patriotic melodies, show tunes, sacred music and love songs. He recently released a CD with Grammy winner Billy Dean and former NBA star Thurl Bailey. Marvin has also arranged 15 piano solo music books. Marvin Goldstein has the unique ability to draw his audience into the music as they experience the emotions a particular piece may invoke when the piano comes alive under his direction. He has also been awarded the Listeners Choice Award from the LDS Booksellers Association as the favorite instrumentalist four years. Additionally, Marvin is a National Keyboard Artist with the Kawai America Corporation. Marvin Goldstein has the unique ability to translate his ideas and emotions through his abilities and love of music. Marvin Goldstein has recorded more than 30 cassettes and compact discs, many on his own label. Eight productions have been recorded with full orchestra. Also, he has arranged 14 piano solo arrangement books, including many sacred hymns. He has been a guest lecturer at Education Week on the Brigham Young University campuses in Provo (Utah), Hawaii and Idaho. Goldstein has recorded nearly 50 C.D.’s of his own and with other artists. He also has arranged 15 piano solo arrangement books including many sacred hymns. He plays religious hymns, popular music, patriotic melodies, show tunes, and love songs. Goldstein is very popular for styles of music including pop, Show Tunes, Soul, R&B, Country, Patriotic, Gospel, and the Classics. Goldstein music touches each and every one. He knows how to draw attention of the audience into the piece as they experience the emotion that it invokes. He can make the piano come alive when he is playing. One song you will be moved to tears and the next he will have you in burst-out-laughter. In LDs Music and LDs Hymns Marvin Goldstein albums plays a vital role than other artists.

John Schmidt – New Age Classical American Pianist Biography


                                                                                                          John Schmidt was born in 1966 as an American pianist, prominent musician and a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is sometimes called as Mormon Church. He is currently residing in Bountiful, Utah. He was born to German immigrants and describes his style as “new-age Classical” He likes many composers as Beethoven, Mozart and Chopin. His music journey began at age 11 by writing songs to many albums. John Schmidt parents gave early education in music as early as age six and at the age of twenties John Schmidt was a successful solo pianist and composer. At the early age, John Schmidt was afraid of his successful career in music. So Schmidt studied English with plans to get an MBA. Schmidt wife name is Michelle and have five children’s. Schmidt has also worked with Peter Breinholt in producing music for especially for youth. He currently works with Steven Sharp Nelson on a project called The Piano Guys. John Schmidt music has more than a religious impact and reaches most of the Mormon audience. His style is a combination of New Age, Rock ‘n Roll and classical where all ages of people enjoy the music and appeals to a diverse audience. John Schmidt is devoted to god first and then his family and music. He has inspired teenagers to stick with their piano lessons and children to try it for them. Schmidt has recorded seven albums. His Christmas concerts are sell-out, legendary fare, and Jon appears at numerous benefit concerts around the Salt Lake valley and throughout the country. Nowadays music is not important for many people as it is considered as a brand to sell, whereas according to john music is a breadth of fresh air. His aim is to create pure music and reach the listener an innovative music experience. Schmidt performance at the concert – making one of the writers to explain his music journey Jon Schmidt plays with his elbows. He stands. He even plays upside down and backward. Every note gets a chance to be heard when he’s running the keyboard. He plays like he may never have a chance to perform again, swaying back and forth and bobbing his head to the tunes he is unleashing. He nods to the audience when he comes to his favorite parts of his music. Music Group – The Piano Guys is one of the famous music group in Utah. Recently The Piano guys have fifty videos and more than 500 million YouTube hits. They have close to 200 singles and six albums. Schmidt was one of the most important founding musicians in the music group. The music group was developed when Schmidt was in St. George, Utah, and walked into a local piano store, The Piano Guys asked help for seeking a place to rehearse for an upcoming concert. Anderson wanted to promote his store and sell pianos more effectively. Then he got a idea to set up a Facebook page and a YouTube channel wanting to feature artists playing his pianos. The idea was approached to Schmidt and the first video featuring Schmidt soon followed. Schmidt friend Steven Sharp Nelson is a second musician to join the group. Paul Anderson is the group’s producer and videographer. Al Van Der Beek is a music producer and songwriter. John Schmidt is a rare commodity in today’s music world and often labeled as a “New Age” artist, Jon takes the essence of New Age and turns it on its head. John has been able to find a pure sound that is distinctly his own without ever succumbing to the trappings of the music genre. In LDs Music and LDs Hymns John Schmidt albums plays a vital role than other artists.

Biography Of Janice Kapp Perry – Prolific Composer And Lyricist


                                                       Janice Kapp Perry is a prolific composer and lyricist of inspirational music. Janice Kapp Perry was born in Ogden and lives in Provo, Utah with her husband Douglas for 44 years. They have five children’s and over a dozen grandchildren in Utah. Janice and Douglas were interested in many foster children. Janice received her musical training degree at Brigham Young University in 1960.Although she was born into a musical family; she did not begin composing until she was nearly 40 years old. Sports were more important to her. She competed on many city league softball teams and regularly played volleyball and racquetball. Janice Musical Success initiated in the late 1970 through her “two lucky breaks” she calls first break when she broke her ankle playing basketball and her family TV broke simultaneously the same day. Sitting in home nothing to do she was very much upset. At that time her bishop asked her to write original music for the ward roadshow, her musical journey initiated with a great success. She has been writing and recording gospel music for the last 27 years. She composed the hymn “As sisters in Zion” for the LDS hymnbook and has ten songs in the primary songbook. She also served as a relief society president and got Provo ward for 7 years. She got retired in 2000 from singing with the Mormon tabernacle choir. Her music is known worldwide throughout the church. She has produced more than 50 albums of original music, numerous sacred cantatas, and several full-length musicals. Perry served as a missionary for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter – day Saints in Chile with her husband from 2002 to 2004. She served as a missionary with her husband in Provo and assigned to a Spanish speaking ward. In 2007, her music has been performed by artists such as Gladys Knight, Brooks & Dunn, and The Osmond’s-Second Generation and she has co-written with Senator Orrin Hatch. She received the Ricks College Exemplary Woman Award in 1994, and the BYU Alumni Distinguished Service Award in 1997.She and Douglas enjoy traveling around the nation presenting firesides. Perry co-wrote six albums of songs with Orrin Hatch. Ten years, she was working as a missionary where she would attend many women conferences around United States. She recently has written and published three volumes of new sacred hymns with a variety of hymn text writers, as well as a book telling the stories behind her songs. Songs such as “Love Is Spoken Here,” “I’m Trying to Be like Jesus,” and “I Love to See the Temple” are among the most popular Primary songs. In 2013, LDS Living posted a “100 Greatest LDS Songs” list and “A Child’s Prayer” (Perry’s favorite) topped the list with seven others in the top thirty. Perry has been officially commissioned to write music by The Church of Jesus Christ, including penning “I Walk by Faith” for the Young Women organization. Her process always involves prayer, scripture study, pondering, and then writing. She has over 1300 songs and 50 albums to her credit. Some of her songs have been written in response to personal tragedy. After her fifth and last child died shortly after birth, she wrote “Where Is Heaven?” After her left hand inexplicably became nonfunctional, she wrote “The Test”. Perry music is frequently selected and arranged for the Mormon Tabernacle Choir. Perry and her cousin Joy Saunders Lundberg wrote a full-length musical and performed it 239 times over the span of three years. She has also collaborated with Utah Senator Orrin Hatch to write “Heal Our Land,” which was performed at the National Prayer Breakfast in 2001 and at President George W. Bush’s second inauguration. She also had a remarkable experience when her niece, who was dying of cancer, asked her to set a poem written by President Gordon B. Hinckley to music. She received his permission to write music to “What Is This Thing That Men Call Death?” but did not receive a reply to her request to publish it. When he passed away she thought the song would never be published. He had signed the consent, however, two days before he died. She received his letter the day after his death, and the next day, the Mormon Tabernacle Choir asked for her permission to sing the song at his memorial service. LDs music always love Janice Kapp Perry songs and their LDs hymns because most of her compositions reflect her faith in the gospel of Jesus Christ and her membership in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

Need Choir Music? Check out this deal!
March 6, 2013

With spring and Easter just around the corner and choir performances are popular, I thought I’d take a minute and highlight our Sheet Music deal!

If you buy 5 or more copies, there is a quantity discount. This is automatically applied at checkout and is about 20% off! Please note this discount is only available for sheet music and MP3s are excluded.

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“I am like a Star”
February 4, 2013

My new calling in church makes it so I am with the darling Nursery kids during their short and sweet singing time. The music leader cute some stars out of construction paper and attached them to popsicle sticks and the little kids hold them and sing “I am Like a Star“. There is a little red-head boy that has been listening to the songs for weeks, then yesterday he started to sing along. Hearing his little voice sing every other word just made my heart melt!

I am like a star shining brightly,
Smiling for the whole world to see.
I can do and say happy things each day,
For I know Heav’nly Father loves me.


The simple lyrics to this song are perfect answer to what we can do for the world every day. I hope they can be a little reminder to you today too!



Mar 31 : Women & Concert Chorus - Brigham Young University
Mar 28 : Peter Breinholt - Recording Artist Biography
Mar 24 : Kerry Christensen - Best Alpine Yodelers
Mar 23 : Jessie Clark Funk Biography
Mar 23 : Paul Layton Cardall - American Pianist & Overcome of Congenital Heart Disease
Mar 23 : Best Piano Performer - Marvin Goldstein Biography
Mar 23 : John Schmidt - New Age Classical American Pianist Biography
Mar 23 : Biography Of Janice Kapp Perry - Prolific Composer And Lyricist


Mar 6 : Need Choir Music? Check out this deal!
Feb 4 : "I am like a Star"
Jan 8 : New Year's Resolutions


Dec 15 : I heard the Bells
Dec 5 : Submit your music!
Nov 25 : Grateful for...
Nov 1 : Topping the LDSMusicNow Charts!
Oct 24 : What is the difference?
Oct 6 : Conference & Acousics
Sep 19 : Feeling Dated
Sep 7 : LDS Hymns are Doctrine
Aug 31 : Babies are even Choristers
Aug 15 : Product Spotlight: Accessories
Aug 10 : Everyone has a favorite Hymn
Aug 1 : Pioneer Heritage
Jul 19 : Can an actor be a singer?
Jul 12 : Product Spotlight: Movies
Jul 1 : The land of the free and the home of the brave!
Jun 20 : Love at Home
Jun 9 : I'm so glad when Daddy comes home
May 26 : More Free and Uplifting Music
May 14 : Moms & Music
May 2 : Doing "Good"
Apr 21 : Gospel Doctrine: an in-depth look
Apr 11 : Why we sing
Apr 6 : My favorite part of General Conference
Mar 28 : Have you signed up for our newsletter?
Mar 20 : Listen to us ALL DAY LONG!
Mar 13 : The "Ah-ha" Moment: Spring brought you such a nice surprise
Mar 6 : Another Grammy: Thomas Glenn
Feb 18 : Free Download Spotlight: He is Risen
Feb 12 : Sharing Your Talents and Your Testimony
Feb 5 : Church Music App
Jan 29 : Easter Music
Jan 21 : What are you writing about? How did you get there?
Jan 14 : Singing Yourself to Sleep
Jan 8 : The Hymns we know
Jan 1 : A new year with "Away in a Manger"


Dec 24 : We do things because we feel we need to
Dec 16 : Sweet are the Children of God
Dec 11 : It is truly the Most Wonderful Time of the Year
Dec 4 : Christmas Progress
Nov 23 : We're thinking: giveaway.
Nov 18 : Because I have been Given Much
Nov 8 : A Fire is Still Burning
Oct 29 : Project 52
Oct 9 : Music at Conference
Oct 2 : The Men are at Priesthood
Sep 20 : Product Spotlight: Interchangeable Gospel Art Kit Display Frame
Sep 16 : Choir Memories
Sep 9 : Organization: a Religious Perspective
Aug 30 : Create. A new way to share.
Aug 24 : Music in my life
Aug 16 : Abide with Me, 'tis Eventide
Aug 6 : "Laugh Learn and Imagine with Music"
Jul 29 : Pioneer Day Celebrations
Jul 20 : Rebecca Lopez
Jul 12 : Joshua Creek to sing at Dodger Stadium!
Jul 3 : Our Freedom
Jun 25 : Learning from Music
Jun 19 : I'm so glad...
Jun 12 : And I'm a Mormon
Jun 4 : Product Spotlight: 60 Favorite Hymns
May 29 : Remembering Memorial Day
May 22 : Practicing Vocals
May 15 : Lullabies
May 7 : Check out the Saltaires Chorus!
May 2 : Music for our Children
Apr 19 : Jimmer Fredette National Player of the Year Poster
Apr 16 : Do you subscribe to our newsletter?
Apr 10 : Why we have music
Mar 29 : 181st General Conference
Mar 25 : Go Vocal Point!
Mar 20 : A little Jimmer love
Mar 16 : New LDS Church Video Uses GHMP Library Music
Mar 13 : Singing the Hymns with Little Ones
Mar 8 : New Values-Centered Children's Album Has Unique Flavor
Mar 5 : Cricket & Seagull Features LDSMusicNow
Mar 3 : LDSMusicNow Moves Hundreds of New Young Women Anthem
Feb 26 : The Church's Basic Music Course
Feb 16 : LDS Scriptures Subscriptions Now Available
Feb 10 : Artist Spotlight: Cori Connors
Jan 30 : Ancestry Roots
Jan 23 : Date nights on a budget
Jan 15 : Valentines Day = <3 music
Jan 9 : What are your listening habits?


Dec 28 : New music?
Dec 19 : Stille for my Dad
Dec 12 : Artist Spotlight: Joshua Creek Music
Dec 5 : Musical Christmas Traditions
Nov 28 : What is your favorite Christmas music?
Nov 20 : Need a gift idea?
Nov 14 : Tweeting: Mindy Gledhill
Nov 1 : Richard Oman
Oct 19 : Exciting New Features and Functionality
Oct 4 : Mormon Arts Retreat
Sep 27 : Cleaning Out Your Music Library
Sep 20 : My Redeemer Lives: Gethsemane Review
Sep 7 : More Free Music!
Aug 27 : New Janice Kapp Perry Album
Aug 16 : Rubberband Personifies Indie Success
Jul 22 : Recent Mormon Times Article Represents Small Portion of LDS Music Opinion
Jul 16 : Mack Wilberg: Requiem and Other Choral Works
Jul 8 : LDSMusicNow Welcomes Kerry Christensen
Jun 26 : New We Recommend Feature
Jun 11 : Sara Bethany Ham - A Young, Fresh Voice with a Firm Mission: By Greg Hansen
Jun 3 : LDS Art and Music Accessories Now Available
May 27 : Creative Inspiration When You Need It (Part 2) - By Greg Hansen
May 20 : Inspiration On Demand: Part 1 - By Greg Hansen
May 12 : Bloom Where You're Planted: How to make the most of your musical talents right where you are - By Greg Hansen
May 5 : The Journey of Jessie Clark: By Greg Hansen
Apr 28 : New Artist Join & Gift This Album/Songbook
Apr 21 : Submit Your Songs to Anyone: By Greg Hansen
Apr 12 : Hymns only? No Problem! Some Sparkling Ideas For Your Ward’s Music Program: By Greg Hansen
Apr 5 : Wish List and Search Samples
Mar 26 : How to Fix the Six Most Common Mistakes Made by Independent Musicians: By Greg Hansen
Mar 19 : Issues With Downloading
Mar 18 : More Review Information Available
Mar 12 : Album/Songbook Savings
Mar 5 : From OutKast to Evanescence: Become a Pop Music Expert in 30 minutes or Less: By Greg Hansen
Mar 2 : New Buying Feature introduced
Feb 26 : How Country Music Can Improve Your Marriage: By Greg Hansen
Feb 17 : My Account Update
Feb 1 : New My Account Section
Jan 16 : Cricket & Seagull Fireside Chat Features LDSMusicNow
Jan 4 : Happy New Year!


Dec 23 : Album Covers Available With Full Album Purchase
Dec 17 : New Checkout with PayPal and Guest Checkout
Dec 9 : Announcing The New LDSMusicNow Radio
Dec 2 : Search Woes and Revisions
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Nov 23 : Black Friday Sale
Nov 23 : New LDSMusicNow Website Launched

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