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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.

Now the question is, what music are you going to buy for your next performance? Check them out here: http://www.ldsmusicnow.com/shop/print/

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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.

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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!

New Year’s Resolutions
January 8, 2013

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Some people make resolutions to exercise more or eat better. Others like to give up a bad habit or decide to learn something new. Often times the resolve to change lasts only a few days or weeks, and sometimes it is hard to keep on top of goals.

One goal you might want to consider is to do a small act of kindness each day. This goal is an easy one to keep and makes you feel great AND has the added bonus of helping someone else out, too. Your daily good deed doesn’t need to be big, and it doesn’t need to take a lot of time, either. Just go out of your way to do something you wouldn’t normally do to help someone else. You can listen to the wonderful hymn “Have I Done Any Good In the World Today?” for inspiration:

1. Have I done any good in the world today?
Have I helped anyone in need?
Have I cheered up the sad and made someone feel glad?
If not, I have failed indeed.
Has anyone’s burden been lighter today
Because I was willing to share?
Have the sick and the weary been helped on their way?
When they needed my help was I there?
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Then wake up and do something more
Than dream of your mansion above.
Doing good is a pleasure, a joy beyond measure,
A blessing of duty and love.
2. There are chances for work all around just now,
Opportunities right in our way.
Do not let them pass by, saying, “Sometime I’ll try,”
But go and do something today.
’Tis noble of man to work and to give;
Love’s labor has merit alone.
Only he who does something helps others to live.
To God each good work will be known.

I heard the Bells
December 15, 2012

The events of yesterday with the mix of the Christmas season make for a sad heart. I found great joy in the hymn “I heard the Bells on Christmas Day”, especially the lyric that reads:

“Then in despair I bowed my head, ‘There is no peace on Earth,’ I said, For hate is strong and mocks the song of Peace on Earth, good will to men. Then pealed the bells more loud and deep, God is not dead nor doth he sleep, The wrong shall fail, the right prevail, With peace on earth good will to men.”

This great hymn has a tragic backstory, but the poem that came from it is something that gives comfort in these days of sorrow. Please read the backstory of the hymn at this link and have the song in your mind as you go throughout the rest of the Christmas season. God is real and true and I know those sweet children and brave adults are with Him. May you have peace and joy in the Lord.

Submit your music!
December 5, 2012

Did you know that we are accepting music to be added to LDSMusicNow library? There is a small fee and simple approval process. If you or someone you know has music that is a good fit in our LDS Music library, please send them the following link: http://www.ldsmusicnow.com/join/ We would love to hear more and expand our library.

If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us here: http://www.ldsmusicnow.com/help/

Grateful for…
November 25, 2012

As this month comes to a close, and this holiday weekend wraps up, us here at LDSMusicNow have a lot to be grateful for. We are especially grateful for our fans and customers that make doing what we love possible! So thank you for the support and the feedback. We hope to bring new and exciting content to keep you coming back for years to come!

We especially want to share with you our free downloads this week: “O Holy Night” and “Gentle Jesus” as this Christmas season begins. You can catch those files this week by clicking here. Also stay tuned throughout the month for other LDSMusicNow favorites. Happy holidays!

Topping the LDSMusicNow Charts!
November 1, 2012

Have you heard Emma Mead sing? Right now her rendition of the song “If the Savior Stood Beside Me” is our #1 Top Song. It is a darling rendition of a song with a great message. You can listen to it here. The description says, “In the early 1930′s, the world fell in love with a little girl named Shirley Temple. Now more than 70 years later, it’s time for another little sweetheart to steal our hearts, and her name is Emma Mead. At the age of six, and starting the first grade, Emma’s releasing her first CD, Who Am I.” You can preview all of the tracks from the album by clicking on the music note next to each song.

What is your favorite song from the album? How did you hear about Emma Mead?

What is the difference?
October 24, 2012

I was listening to the Mormon Tabernacle Choir sing I am a Child of God the other day. Then I realized something — someone can be singing the same words with the same melody, but it doesn’t always touch our hearts the same. I mean, the feeling that you get when you listen to your three-year-old sing the lyrics while they’re playing with their toys is different that the awe you have when you listen to the Mormon Tabernacle Choir sing it. Neither is bad — and I don’t think either is preferable over the other — but it is surely different.

So, the question is: what is the real difference? Is it really the “same” song in each of these instances? Have any of you had a similar experience?

Conference & Acousics
October 6, 2012

Back when I was in college, I thought it was a good idea to take an acoustics class — the physics and qualities of sound waves. I am happy to say that I passed, but I am not sure that it was deserved. I was talking about the Conference Center and it reminded me about a study that my professor was doing when I took his class in 2004. In 2007 they completed their study and they installed a new sound system that is much more functional for the music in the space. As fellow music-lovers, I thought you may be interested in learning more too! Click here for a link to an article about it.

And we hope that everyone has a relaxing and peaceful Conference Weekend. We can’t wait to hear all of the beautiful music! What is your favorite part?

Feeling Dated
September 19, 2012

I walked past the Primary room a few weeks ago and didn’t recognize the song they were singing. I understand that there are new songs to sing and I don’t know every song in the Children’s Songbook, but I suddenly felt old. I remember my parents saying, “You don’t know the words to ‘Give said the Little Stream’?!” And now I kind of feel the same way about “A Child’s Prayer” and “When He Comes Again”. It is so funny how things change and we all are in the circle of life. Wether or not we want to admit to it, however, is another story.

I am going to start playing more of the Primary music from my childhood. This album or this album from Insideout A-cappella would be a nice addition to our home.

What songs do you remember from your childhood in Primary? What songs do your kids not yet recognize?

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2013

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

2012

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"

2011

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?

2010

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
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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!

2009

Dec 23 : Album Covers Available With Full Album Purchase
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