Sailing - The Pestalozzi Childrens Village Choir - Songs Of Joy (Vinyl, LP)

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Michael Kiwanuka. Kelley Stoltz. The Melvins. Roy Orbison and the Teen Kings. Jerry Lee Lewis and his Pumping Piano. Jack Johnson. Please let me know if you have trouble with the links. Jesus loves me! This I know, for the Bible tells me so. Little ones to him belong; they are weak, but he is strong. Yes, Jesus loves me. The Bible tells me so. Click on the image to enlarge the "Jesus Loves Me" sheet music.

Video of Ruth doing the moves for the 1st verse. Google Docs Video. For the beauty of the Earth, for the glory of the skies,. Lord of all to thee we raise this our hymn of grateful praise. For thyself, best gift Divine, to the world so freely given,.

Alleluia, alleluia! Our Lord is ris'n today! Now with the angels say:. They clap once and then lower hands in a praying position every time "Soul" is sung. At the end there is an extra "Stomp, Clap" after "Door". Somebody's knockin' at your door. Somebody's knockin' at your door!

Oh, sinner, why don't you answer? Somebody's prayin' for your soul. Somebody's prayin' for your soul! Schedule Type Thing Please disregard the below calendar until further notice. Sing to the Lord a brand new song. Sing Allelu. Sing to the Lord now all the Earth. Sing to the Lord and celebrate.

Sing to the Lord from day to day. Alleluia, sing allelu. Worship the Lord in holiness. Sing allelu. Worship the Lord whole families. Worship the Lord with all your strength. Worship the Lord and celebrate. What a fellowship. What a joy divine. Leaning on the everlasting arms. What a blessedness. What a peace is mine. Leaning, leaning, safe and secure from all alarms. Leaning, leaning, leaning on the everlasting arms. What have I to dread, what have I to fear, leaning on the everlasting arms.

I have blessed peace with my Lord so near, leaning on the everlasting arms. Inch by inch, row by row, gonna make this garden grow. All it takes is a rake and a hoe and a piece of fertile ground. Inch by inch, row by row. Someone warm them from below 'till the rain rain comes tumbling down.

We may skip verse 1. Pulling weeds and pickin' stones, man is made of dreams and bones. Feel the need to grow my own 'cause the time is close at hand. Grain for grain, sun and rain, find my way in nature's chain, to my body and my brain, to the music from the land. Plant your rows straight and long, temper them with prayer and song. Mother Earth will make you strong if you give her love and care.

Old crow watching hungrily from his perch on yonder tree. In my garden I'm as free as that feathered thief up there. A Few Videos of the Choir. September "Allelu, Allelu, Alleluia". No video, Miles was on diaper duty This is the Day. Sorry, I do not know how to flip this video to the correct orientation. Hosanna End of "Peace I Leave with You". Most of "I'm Gonna Sing". Songs We Have Sung. Adults oooo the harmony parts 2nd time through while children sing the melody and play bells.

When peace like a river attendeth my way. When sorrows like sea billows roll. Whatever my lot, thou hast taught me to say,. It is well, it is well with my soul. It is well it is well , with my soul, with my soul. It is well, it is well with my soul! There's a light in the distance, a star burning bright. A flame in the shadows that fills up the night. The glory of heaven will soon bring the day,.

Just like the fish in the Sea! Ayeeeee-- Yyeeeee -- Yye Yye Gordon Lightfoots songs touch a chord, guess I'm a bit folky. Posted October 6, EDIT: for cruising Not quite sailing, but close. Black Water - Doobie Bros.

So does she not take wing like a living thing Child of the moving tide See her pass with grace on the water's face With clean and quiet pride Our own tall ship of great renown still lifts unto the sky Who will know the Bluenose in the sun?

Or Southern Cross? You would have to hear him, it's hard to describe. He is missed. There are many sites dedicated to him, not sure, but some may have music clips. One missing. Anyone else notice the amount of Canadian Artists mentioned here? Posted October 7, NG, Isn't this Turkey Bowl day for you? Save me, save me, save me from this squeeze. I got a big fat mama trying to break me. And I love to live so pleasantly, Live this life of luxury, Lazing on a sunny afternoon.

Now Im sitting here, Sipping at my ice cold beer, Lazing on a sunny afternoon. Help me, help me, help me sail away, Well give me two good reasons why I oughta stay. Serge A. Posted October 8, I have that on my boat CD. Our boat theme is the theme from the Love Boat. Drink and the devil had done for the rest Yo ho ho and a bottle of rum. The mate was fixed by the bosun's pike The bosun brained with a marlinspike And cookey's throat was marked belike It had been gripped by fingers ten; And there they lay, all good dead men Like break o'day in a boozing ken Yo ho ho and a bottle of rum.

Fifteen men of the whole ship's list Yo ho ho and a bottle of rum! Dead and be damned and the rest gone whist! Yo ho ho and a bottle of rum! The skipper lay with his nob in gore Where the scullion's axe his cheek had shore And the scullion he was stabbed times four And there they lay, and the soggy skies Dripped down in up-staring eyes In murk sunset and foul sunrise Yo ho ho and a bottle of rum.

Fifteen men of 'em stiff and stark Yo ho ho and a bottle of rum! Ten of the crew had the murder mark! Fifteen men of 'em good and true Yo ho ho and a bottle of rum! Ev'ry man jack could ha' sailed with Old Pew, Yo ho ho and a bottle of rum! There was chest on chest of Spanish gold With a ton of plate in the middle hold And the cabins riot of stuff untold, And they lay there that took the plum With sightless glare and their lips struck dumb While we shared all by the rule of thumb, Yo ho ho and a bottle of rum!

More was seen through a sternlight screen People Seized with Life Previously Lost Hopes Earth Dragon's Island Gaia's Navel Victory - Summer's Cry Another Marbule Fairies Make Way for Magic Garden of the Gods 2. Chronopolis 3. Fates - Gods of Destiny 4. Jellyfish Sea 5. Orphan of Flame 6. The Star-Stealing Girl 7. The Dream that Time Dreams 8. Dragon's Prayer 9. Tower of Stars Into a Time of Darkness Life - Faraway Promise Radical Dreamer - Without Taking the Jewel Yasunori Mitsuda commented on each track; his words have been translated by Ongakusei , and posted at Chudah's Corner.

Ongakusei has graciously allowed us to display the notes here; these are the absolute best available. Seems it's been nearly 10 years since I started really coming to grips with my "musical job" including my days of training. When I think about it carefully, it now seems I was charging on with no thought to consequence.

And I'll probably keep doing the same thing Back in my days of youth, I often thought, "I'm working hard but Considering it now, I realize that the production process is not important to others; what matters is the result, the meaning the listener gets out of my work. But at that time, I was too young to realize this. Even now, my immaturity hasn't changed, but I do feel that the real value for me is not in being recognized for my hard work, but in the emotions my music stirs in people.

So perhaps I have grown a bit. Were you all moved to cry just once in this game? People keep learning until they die. My father always used to say that. For someone like me who hated studying, I really resisted this laughs. But recently I've come to think that it's not "studying" he was talking about, so much as "internalization". The world is full of fashion trends, but most people don't seriously question why something becomes fashionable, and simply submit to the vogue of the day.

I'm the kind of person who isn't satisfied when something doesn't pass through my internal filter, so if something's concerning me, I always analyze it and attempt to digest it.

So I finally arrived at an understanding of what my dad meant when he said "study". I had no thought of writing "fashionable" music, and I realized that my awareness of this destiny, which finally passed through my internal filter, was directly tied to my personality, so I can't ignore that one really does "keep learning until they die".

I'm trying, dad. Sound has a mysterious power. A power greater than anything you can say with words. I think that no matter how good a piece of music may be, if it isn't expressed with the right sound, it has no meaning.

A composer saying that sounds don't matter is the same as him saying that he has no love for his own music. There are so many colors in sounds. By way of understanding this, you'll notice that most of this soundtrack is built on a "guitar sound". Of course, it can't compete with the sound of a real guitar, but to enable people to perceive this atmosphere, I tried to use the "nerve" of the guitar to the maximum extent possible does that make sense?

In pursuit of this, synthesizer programmer Ryo Yamazaki supported me without giving up to the very end. I cannot thank him enough. If even a bit of the emotion this music possesses reaches you, you could say it's because of the power of his sounds. Not just in this project, but always, producing game music requires the total commitment of everyone involved. For example, to accommodate the slow disc loading speed, sound memory was reduced, so even if someone on the production level wanted to do something, the programmers frequently had to nix it.

If I can only do half of what I envisage, I'm satisfied. In the sound for this project, thanks to the combined efforts of the main programmer, the battle programmer, and many many others, we were able to overcome things I thought were physically impossible and finally arrive at this point.

I would like to emphasize that the music echoing from these CDs is built on the power of all these people. I tried to apply a Mediterranean sound to all of this music, experimenting with Fado guitar type sounds. I have a strong sense of Fado style as being represented by deeply expressive lyrics and minor-key music. But for a challenge, I tried to make my overall theme as writing music that could penetrate to the depths of one's heart with a bright, major-key sound.

In addition, as I've recently been studying African percussion, I made use of the rhythms of Africa, and the sounds of the ancient music of various lands like Finland, China, Mongolia and Greece. Of course, my Irish sound is also doing well When I listen to this collection of music, the one thing I admire is that I'm able to achieve a well organized form out of seemingly disparate sounds.

Could that be my greatest accomplishment!? From here on, in order to deliver more of that enjoyable yet mysterious Mitsuda sound, I'm really going to crack the whip on myself. Please have fun and wait for it.

Have any of you ever wondered while hearing the music in a game whether it's running off CD or being produced by the PlayStation sound chip? A lot of people might say "Well if the music's good, it doesn't matter", but for us who handle sound it's a big problem.

Compared to recording the music, the process of cramming all the sounds into the hardware's available memory requires a lot more time and labor. When I work with outside creators who have no experience dealing with chip generated sound, they're generally dumbfounded by the hopeless hardware specs.

Because of that, a lot of creators who have to compose chip music give up or delegate the work out, but working with Mitsuda on this project, I never saw a trace of that disappointing attitude.

Rather, he took the attitude that chip generated music was a challenge to be faced, and I felt incredible sympathy for him for that.

I did at times think it somewhat reckless to attempt to express some humanity through mechanical, computerized performances, but I was also just as often encouraged by Mitsuda's enthusiasm and insistence on communicating exactly what he wanted to convey through his music. Afterall, achieving sound of this quality through the internal sound module may be due to no more than the ego of the developers, or else part of a process that gets left behind as hardware evolves.

But no matter when or on what hardware, I would like for creators never to forget the history of conflict that arose in attempting to communicate something with all one's skill. If listening to this soundtrack, permeated as it is with our obsessions, brings you to ponder even briefly your viewpoint on this thing called game music, it would be an honor.

The music adorning the opening of Chrono Cross. I think you can really sense how high the level of the musicians was. During the recording, new ideas constantly came to me and were quickly incorporated. The ambiguity of what the lead instrument is makes for a high tension piece. The mixing was extremely difficult. I thought the sound produced by laying a Gran Cassa a huge drum on its side and hitting it with brush sticks was very interesting.

I think there is one version of this with voices and one without, but I included the version with voices on the CD. I don't like the standard orchestral style very much, so I tried emphasizing the percussion. I really am such a contrarian laughs. All the "first town" themes I'd written to this point were very sunny and bright, so this time I tried to make something with a calmer atmosphere.

I thought Fado guitar style music would be great for this town, but Fado music typically has a dark, sorrowful image. So I thought, if I tried writing a bright, peaceful song with a Fado guitar, what kind of music would it turn out to be? Well, maybe in that case it's not really Fado Where have we heard this melody before?

That's right, I rearranged the main theme from Chrono Trigger. But since a simple rearrangement wouldn't be interesting, I started with the "C" melody section. So it takes a while before you realize it's from Chrono Trigger. Somehow, the sound of sitar seems to go well with Chrono. The strange piece from the first dungeon in the game. I don't think there are many people who would use the hammered dulcimer in a shuffle tune.

And since the Angklung an Indonesian instrument is rarely heard in games, I tried playing it faintly in the background. It's nice having a dungeon that reminds you of good weather, isn't it?

I wanted to bring out the sense of a memory both nostalgic and painful on solo piano. I'm not a very good pianist, but I was able to play the whole thing with only a few later corrections for Playstation playback. I played it over and over again until it had the right emotion, so even though it's simple, you can feel the love right!? Those who know will recognize this as the main theme of Radical Dreamers.

I'm glad this theme didn't wind up being forever unknown. Aruni Village Another gives you the sense of non-existence that comes from pure emptiness. So I arranged Aruni Village Home with a feeling of emptiness as the theme for this piece. The desolate sound of piano and guitar fit this village well. This is another simple piece, using only electric piano and clarinet, but it's full of Lena's thoughts for Serge. Love is by no means a major theme of this game, but working in the common thoughts one feels towards the opposite sex in every day life was terribly hard.

A guitar and cello version of the Chrono Cross opening theme. I tried to approximate Kira-san's phrasing in my sequencing of his guitar part. I was really worried it wouldn't work out. I suppose when you compose from a melody, rather than consciously try to create an odd metered piece, the result sounds very natural. Yup, here it is! This time, I tried arranging it with a Scottish feel.

Well, you've got to have at least one of this kind of piece, you know. I wish I could have expressed the heroism of the Dragon Knights even more emphatically in the second half of this piece. The sense of harmony one perceives in the sound of the Shakuhachi and the Shinobue would have worked well here, but synthesized emulations cannot capture the particular essence of the actual instruments, so I didn't want to use them.

And this is how the piece turned out. But I wonder if there wasn't a better solution? One of my favorite genres of music is minimalism; repeating the same motif over and over produces such a nice sensation.

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