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Our choirs made a CD they titled, Make a Joyful Noise. I use the word choirs plural because the CD includes four cuts from the flute ensemble, two from the handbell choir and a couple of cuts that include the children's choir. A couple of cuts also have brass, strings, and/or oboe.

I think the CD is rather nice, and am particularly taken by the flute ensemble pieces (nos. 6, 10, 15, 17), probably because I more-or-less direct that group. I also sing on the choir pieces, so of course, the bass section sounds good.

You can buy the CD from our church. I believe they claim details are available from their web site, but it's probably a better idea to call the office and ask. The number is (781) 944-0205.

If you need an .mp3 player, check out WinAmp. It provides a much less intrusive interface than either Windows Media Player or Real Player, and is, happily, free.

  1. Christ is Our Cornerstone (3.2 MB)
  2. Come, Teach Us, Spirit of Our God (3.1 MB)
  3. In Silence We Wait (3.1 MB)
  4. God So Loved the World. (2.8 MB)
  5. How Bright Appears the Morning Star (3.4 MB)
  6. Lift Thine Eyes (1.6 MB)
  7. The Trumpet Tune Finale (2.9 MB)
  8. Ave Verum Corpus (2.0 MB)
  9. Wondrous Love (2.6 MB)
  10. Et In Terra Pax (2.1 MB)
  11. How Firm a Foundation (3.2 MB)
  12. My Shepherd Will Supply My Need (3.4 MB)
  13. Grazioso (5.5 MB)
  14. Sing Once More! (1.7 MB)
  15. In the Sweet By and By (3.3 MB)
  16. Joy in the Morning (3.9 MB)
  17. For the Beauty of the Earth (1.7 MB)
  18. Sing Out All Voices Clear and Bright (3.8 MB)

An extra special treat on this CD, for those of us fortunate enough to know her, our Kim played piano along with the flutes on no. 15, In the Sweet By and By. She operates the Allegro School of Music in Stoneham, MA.

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