Josh Wright 1 man playing 2 pianos
Amazing Josh Wright is playing two pianos at the same time. Incredible!
Amazing Josh Wright is playing two pianos at the same time. Incredible!
My favorite things with new lyrics! Captioning the chores of a mother or parent.
Alex Boye Performing with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir.
After living for more than three decades with an abnormal heart defect called congenital heart disease, award-winning pianist Paul Cardall received a miracle. His life was saved by a last-minute heart transplant. In New Life, Paul’s newfound gratitude and humility for life pours through his fingers into inspiring new compositions, played as only Paul can play them accompanied by beautifully lush string arrangements. Perfect for meditation, contemplation, or even casual listening, New Life will lift your day and enlighten your path. On the heels of his bestselling memoir Before My Heart Stops Paul’s new album is sure to be a favorite among fans of all ages. Included in each album is BONUS DVD featuring the Paul Cardall’s first live performance post transplant in front of a sold out crowd.
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Hilary Weeks doing an interview with Momon Times. Hilary Weeks Shares her new inspiring Christmas song, Chrismas Once Again.
Boy band superstar, now a member of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir. How his two loves of God and music have come together. This interview from the Mormon Times with Alex Boye
Hilary captures the essence of Christmas in her inspiring and entertaining style. Christmas Once Again balances the true meaning of the holidays with a fun and festive view. It will remind you of what is really important this time of year. Bring the spirit of the season into your home with Christmas Once Again.
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Lyrics:1. Christmas Once Again (Hilary Weeks) When the frost comes When mittens and hats go on When the snow leaves a blanket of white veiling the ground When housetops Glisten with strings of light When the children impatiently wait for that magical night It’s Christmas It’s Christmas once again Sing Halleluia For a star in the sky and angels who sang Halleluia, O Halleluia For the Gift Heaven gave When sleigh bells ring When evergreens scent the air When the ovens and counters are filled with goodies to share When the laughter begins As families gather close When the melodies of the season echo through our homes It’s Christmas It’s Christmas once again Repeat Chorus When hearts change When hope conquers fear When the things that really matter seem a little more clear When a manger Tells the story of how we’re blessed When nations unite in peace and good will to all men It’s Christmas It’s Christmas once again Repeat Chorus Because of Him It’s Christmas once again Piano & programming: Tyler Castleton Drums & percussion: Todd Sorensen Guitars: Mike Dowdle Bass: Rob Honey Background vocals: Dustin Christensen Strings arranged by Kurt Bestor © 2009 Hilary Weeks (ASCAP) 2. Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas (Ralph Blaine/Hugh Martin) Drums: Pat Campbell Bass: Matt Larson Guitar: Corey Christiansen Vibes: Jay Lawrence © EMI Music Publishing (ASCAP) 3. O Come All Ye Faithful (Traditional/John F. Wade) Piano: Tyler Castleton Drums: Todd Sorensen Guitars: Mike Dowdle & Scott Wiley Keyboards & synths: Scott Wiley Bass: Rob Honey Choir: Roger Hoffman, Randy Porter, Jessie Clark Funk, Tonya Barkdull, Jen Handy, Johanne Perry Additional BGVs: Tonya Barkdull & Russ Dixon
Public Domain4. Away in a Manger (Traditional/William J. Kirkpatrick) Strings arranged by Sam Cardon Keyboards & programming: Sam Cardon Public Domain 5. Ring the Bells (R. Freeman/M. Hammond/C. Morgan/T. Wood) Piano & programming: Tyler Castleton Guitars: Mike Dowdle Bass: Rob Honey Drums & percussion: Todd Sorensen Background vocals: Dustin Christensen Strings arranged by Dan Lee Choir: One Voice Children’s Choir, conducted by Masa Fukuda © 2008 New Spring Publishing/Songs of Evergreen (ASCAP) 6. Do You Hear What I Hear? (Noel Regney/Gloria Shayne Baker) Piano & keyboards: Tyler Castleton Drums & percussion: Todd Sorensen Additional keyboards: Sam Cardon Guitars: Mike Dowdle Bass: Rob Honey Background vocals: Russ Dixon © Jewel Music Publishing Co. (ASCAP) 7. First Lullaby/Silent Night (Hilary Weeks/Traditional) On this silent holy night As I hold this precious child There are no words for this moment Heaven and Earth meet in my arms tonight He is mine and yet He is God’s Sleep now, Sleep my Son Sleep in peace Years ahead will yet unfold But tonight I’ll keep Him close Safe and warm in the manger Emmanuel sent here to save us Tomorrow waits tonight rest your head Sleep now, Sleep my Son Sleep in peace Silent night, Holy night All is calm, all is bright Round yon virgin, mother and child Holy infant so tender and mild Sleep in heavenly peace Sleep in heavenly peace Piano & keyboards: Tyler Castleton Percussion: Todd Sorensen Guitars: Mike Dowdle Bass: Rob Honey Solo cello: Steven Sharp Nelson Solo violin: Aaron Ashton Strings arranged by Tyler Castleton Choir: One Voice Children’s Choir, conducted by Masa Fukuda © 2009 Hilary Weeks (ASCAP) 8. What Child is This? (Traditional/William Dix) Piano & programming: Tyler Castleton Guitars: Mike Dowdle Keyboards & synths: Scott Wiley Bass: Rob Honey Percussion: Todd Sorensen Background vocals: Hilary Weeks Public Domain 9. The Most Wonderful Time of the Year (Edward Pola/George Wyle) Piano: Sam Cardon Guitar: Corey Christiansen Bass: Matt Larson Drums: Pat Campbell Percussion: Todd Sorensen Strings arranged by David Zabriskie © 1963 Barnaby Music Corp. (ASCAP) 10. Is There Room (Hilary Weeks) I can almost see If I close my eyes I can almost see her face Filled with hope and wonder She tells Joseph of The Son she’ll bear one day Things she has kept in her heart Things only she has known Now Joseph too will know So with a prayer in her heart And a babe inside She tells what must be told As Mary looks at Joseph and waits for his reply I wonder if this silent question crossed her mind Is there room Is there room in your heart Will you let this Miracle in God’s own Son God’s own Son has come to save us Born for me and you Is there room I can almost see That holy night As a new star lights the sky And Mary patiently waits As Joseph faithfully makes One more, one last try And Joseph knows the time is close as he knocks at the door When the keeper of the inn appears Joseph asks once more Repeat Chorus And tonight as I tie the last bow And put one more gift under the tree I pause in the middle of all of the bustle As the Spirit of this season whispers to me Repeat Chorus Piano & programming: Tyler Castleton Percussion: Todd Sorensen Guitars: Mike Dowdle Solo cello: Steven Sharp Nelson Strings arranged by Tyler Castleton © 2009 Hilary Weeks (ASCAP) 11. I’ll Be Home for Christmas (Kim Gannon/Walter Kent) Piano arranged & performed by Kurt Bestor © 1943 Gannon & Kent Music Co. Inc. Produced & Arranged by Tyler Castleton and Scott Wiley Executive Producer: Bob Ahlander Production Assistant: Shanna Larson Recorded & mixed by Scott Wiley at Microphone Action Squad, Provo, Utah Assistant engineer: Pat Campbell Strings recorded by Mike Greene at Counterpoint Studios, Salt Lake City, Utah Strings conducted by Kurt Bestor & David Zabriskie Contracting: Ted Hinckley Music copywork: Dan Lee & Nick Greer Mastered by Kenny Hodges
The six members of Eclipse originally met while performing in a public relations /ambassador-oriented group that was part of the department of Programs and Entertainment at Utah State University. They began by arranging their own vocal covers of popular songs and performing them on campus and in the Logan area. Increasing public interest and performance opportunities led to the recording of their first album, “Once,” which was released in April 2001.
In 2003, Eclipse was named “Best Vocal Group” in Utah’s Best of State awards and “Group Recording Artist of the Year” in the Faith Centered Music Association’s Pearl Awards. In 2004, Eclipse received three more Pearl Awards, including “ Holiday Album of the Year,” and were the runners-up for “Best Holiday Album” in the Contemporary A Cappella Recording Awards. They also received two Just Plain Folks Music Awards (the world’s largest music awards program, honoring independent musicians in over 85 countries).
After eight years of sharing their music, Eclipse felt very grateful for success and the opportunities they had to share their love of music around the world. So, it was with this gratefulness in mind that they released their fifth album, “Grateful Praise,” an album that could express the notion that worship through music transcends style and that, regardless of setting, there will always be a level of praise inherent in music that cannot be achieved by any other means.