Praise to the Lord, the Almighty/Praise the Lord, O My Soul

I found an MP3 on my computer the other day, and to tell you the truth I don’t know what it’s from. It’s my arrangement of “Praise to the Lord, the Almighty” that includes the added refrain “Praise the Lord, O My Soul.” I’m pretty sure it’s played by Church of the Servant’s Guitarchestra, because it features the soulful accordion stylings of Kurt Schaefer. But is it a service recording? Something I recorded during rehearsal? I really don’t know.

But I liked its relaxed vibe, so I thought I’d share it: MP3

You can find a list of my hymn arrangements here. I’m in the process of uploading the whole lot to hymnary.org, but I will accept email requests in the meantime.

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2 Responses to Praise to the Lord, the Almighty/Praise the Lord, O My Soul

  1. sgb says:

    Sounds like a metronome ticking away in there. But clearly no one was listening to it. 😉

  2. gregscheer says:

    Actually, you’re right–but not because the musicians have no sense of time. I think I may have recorded this in rehearsal and accidentally had the metronome clicking through the headphones. Not enough to notice or for any of the musicians to follow, but enough to create an annoying tick in the background.

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