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In 2009, during the Central U.S. Tour, the Mormon Tabernacle Choir performed “Danny Boy” at the famed Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre in Colorado. http://bit.ly/2jAIVil
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Did you know that music has been proven to enhance your mood? We invite you to put this research to the test by listening to these songs by the Choir. You’ll be happy you did :-) http://bit.ly/2jAncY6
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I love this choir! 
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"As I went down in the river to pray
studying about that good old way
and who shall wear the starry crown
Good Lord, show me the way!" http://bit.ly/2iCbms6
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Watch Music and the Spoken Word live online, every Sunday at 9:30 a.m. Mountain time.
#MoTab http://bit.ly/2iBRCVo
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PLEASE Prayrfully reconsider the decision to perform for Donald Trump's inauguration.
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The story of Parley P. Pratt’s conversion to the gospel of Jesus Christ is an inspiring one; in 1830, at age 23, Pratt and his wife sold their property in Ohio and traveled to New York by boat. He felt prompted to stop in the village of Newark, prior to their final destination of Albany. It was this inspired decision that led to his encounter with The Book of Mormon, and his eventual conversion to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. See why he was nicknamed “the poet-apostle,” while he was on a mission in England. http://bit.ly/2iBhh0J
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If hearing this touching Primary song medley isn’t enough, the story that led to the King’s Singers performance of this is equally as touching. Read more: http://bit.ly/2jb1uGm
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Tabernacle Organist Richard Elliott and the Orchestra at Temple Square perform "Hot Pipes" (Movement no. 4 - Jazz Concerto for Organ and Orchestra) from the 2014 Pioneer Day concert featuring Santino Fontana. http://bit.ly/2idecmk
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It was 3 a.m. on a foggy morning Tuesday, January 19, 1965 in Utah, the day before the Mormon Tabernacle Choir’s first-ever performance at a presidential swearing-in ceremony. Choir members were awakened by Choir secretaries alerting them that they might leave for Washington D.C. via Hill Air Force Base instead of the Salt Lake Airport.... http://bit.ly/2jReVM4
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Wow! Watch the Choir Perform “Betelehemu” — A Nigerian Carol Complete with Drums, Choreography, and Surprises http://bit.ly/2jrDsq8
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During the opening session of the April 2016 general conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, the Mormon Tabernacle Choir closed with a fan favorite, “Come, Thou Fount of Every Blessing.” As soon as the session was over, requests came pouring in for the video. What make this even more interesting is that the hymn was actually left out of the newest edition of our hymnbook, published in in 1985. See some possible reasons: http://bit.ly/2i7fPa1
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Without question, this extraordinary piece of Music is one of my most favorite, regardless as to the Choir to which performs it. Although there are indeed my favorite Choir renditions.

I do have two performances, for which i give credit, as to their inspirational and emotional impact upon me personally. What an incredible coincidence, my two favorite included and shared here.

The performance shared by the Choir, gifted through them, the Mormon Tabernacle Choir and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, to all the World listening-in, the last song for their last Session of General Conference on this Semi-annual Occasion.

I could not escape and would not have ever dreamed it, the glorious Spirit, warm within my Countenance. To witness the incredible, shared emotion throughout the Choir and Audience, was an overwhelming inspiration toward love and true conviction, ny heart was full with emotiinal pleasure.

My second and Truth be told, probably my most Revered, is the performance by the BYU combined Choirs and Orchestra. (I would be interested in the number of various BYU Choir's involved).

It has been several years since the Original Performance, nevertheless, it serves to fill me with emotion each and every time I choose to reflect on it, through listening and particularly when viewing the performance as well.

I am not a Musician, therefore I'm not familiar with some of the Musicians Vocabulary. I know certain areas of the song have reference definitions, so forgive me the novice approach.

I especially enjoy the part, where you can hear the Violins distinctive, beautiful sound. So many fantastic Instruments, with which speed and emotion abound. I love it.

I am always, thoroughly touched by our sharing of emotions, albeit with some differing connotations, I'm quite sure.

The Choir's reflection on the context of the Music, we do both share. However, I believe the overwhelming and admirable emotion reflected through the Choir, is even more enhance by the Venue of all Choir's performing and inherently sharing the same experience. Perhaps, additionally, is this performance will be the finale to their College Journey, never to be performed again, together.

The tears are shared by Choir and Audience alike, regardless from where they come from within each Individual. I am wonderfully grateful for being allowed the opportunity.

I don't desire to sound morbid and ask you to simply keep in mind the context to which, I wish to convey.
When it comes time for me to Cross the Vail, there are two songs I wish, above all others, to be shared at my Funeral. This song and 'Homeward Bound'.

Thank you for these Renditions. I enjoyed them all. Extremely touch by the coincidence of my two favorites being included. 
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Hear what Helen Keller requested while visiting the Salt Lake Tabernacle in 1941. Richard Elliott, principal Tabernacle organist, tells the story of this special moment in the history of the Tabernacle organ. http://bit.ly/2iWlzRa
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"If the Savior stood beside me, Would I do the things I do? Would I think of His commandments and try harder to be true? Would I follow His example? Would I live more righteously if I could see the Savior standing nigh, watching over me?" http://bit.ly/2jkIdG2
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I don't think that I would be performing for Donald Trump's inauguration.
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The all-volunteer Mormon Tabernacle Choir has been recording longer than any other recording artist in the USA, with 100 years of recording.
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The Mormon Tabernacle Choir has sung its way into the hearts of audiences everywhere with classical, religious, Broadway, patriotic, and folk music. Dubbed "America's Choir," this 360-member chorus and the 110-member Orchestra at Temple Square—all unpaid volunteers--present a weekly broadcast, Music and the Spoken Word, top Billboard® charts with their recordings, share their stage with iconic stars and have sung for kings and presidents around the world on tours. The Choir and Orchestra are ambassadors for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.


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