Description: The traditional Gregorian Chant 1 from medieval times, sung in Soprano and played on organ for a typical church service.

Description: The traditional Gregorian Chant 1 from medieval times, played on organ for a typical church service.

Description: The well known traditional church, positive and even triumphant, church organ music from 1623 Lasst Uns Erfreuen.

Description: A flowing, reassuring pop-rock track, perfect for film, TV, documentaries, commercials, ads, live presentations and the web.

Description: Here's a traditional hymn composed by Charles. H. Gabriel in 1907. It's a favorite for gospel revival and has been covered many times by famous artist. It's a very well known and loved piece that will have mass recognition. Here it's done in a spiritual uplifting traditional and Heavenly classical duet with piano and harp arpeggios. This version will make a reverent, tasteful, and elegant underscore for live vocal or any related theme, services, or functions. 112 bpm Edited for looping.

Description: This is a classic tradition Christmas carol hymn by composer John Wesley. The piece is a song of joy and praise done in an uplifting and reverent harp duet. 118 beats per minute.

Description: This is a spiritual song first recorded in the 1920s. It's a standard campfire sing along song in Scouting, religious retreats, and summer camps and has also enjoyed broader popularity during the folk revival of the 1950s and 1960s. There are several different lyric versions. Here it is done as an instrumental with a solo piano. 100 bpm

Description: This is one of the most recognizable and probably the most famous hymns in the English speaking world. It is a reverent and heavenly rendition that will have mass recognition and will work well with association for any suitable video project application. It is done with a solo grand piano for a simplistic and holy feel and can be used as a backing for musical works for a vocalist or vocalists to sing praise. 74 beats per minute.

Description: This inspirational and heartwarming piano piece reminisces the sweet and beautiful memories of the past.

Description: Onward Christin soldier is a hymn from 19th century England. The lyrics were written by Sabine Baring-Gould in 1865, and the music is by Arthur Sullivan in 1871. It is the favored processional of the Salvation Army. Here it is done as an underscore in a glorious and inspirational march style with the classical orchestra instrumentation. of grand piano, harp arpeggios, string section, woodwinds, and an angelic choir. It will give a Heavenly and spiritually uplifting feel to a live performance or vocal track. Edited for seamless looping. 112 BPM.