Description: Walter C Smith 1867, music St. Denio, is based on "Can mlynedd i nawr" ("A Hundred Years from Now"), a traditional Welsh ballad popular in the early nineteenth century. 98bpm

Description: A hymn written by William C. Smith in 1867 usually sung to the tune, "St. Denio", originally a Welsh ballad tune. Here done with a classical orchestra ensemble of piano, flute, harp, strings, and voice choir. 98bpm

Description: A hymn by Bernard of Clairvaux and was written in the 12th century! It’s set to this tune, St. Agnes, by John Bacchus Dykes written in 1866. Here it’s done with a classical ensemble of piano, harp, flute, strings, and voice choir. 96bpm

Description: A well known and loved hymn by the famous Charles Wesley written in 1747 and most times set to the tune named Beecher by John Zundel composed about 1870. It’s a very popular hymn that is currently published in over 1000 hymnals. Here it’s done with a classical ensemble of piano, harp, flute, strings, and voice choir. 98bpm

Description: Also know as, Jesus, Keep Me Near the Cross. Music by William Doane. The lyrics are by Fanny Crosby in 1869 and remains one of Crosby's best known hymns and has been published in 100‘s of hymnals including the Army Navy hymnal. It’s a slower happy waltz. Here done with an elegant classical chamber ensemble of piano, flute, harp, strings, and voice choir. 98bpm

Description: Special atmosphere in this composition created through the use of almost all instruments of the Symphony orchestra. Well suited for movies about wildlife, space, seas and oceans, urban features, advertisement, media projects etc, movies, presentations, product promos, Slideshows, After Effects templates, videohive projects. Perfect for video games. Background music.

Description: The hymn lyrics were composed by Isaac Watts in 1719 and paraphrases the 90th psalm. The music was composed by William Croft in the early 1700’s while he was the organist at St. Anne's Church in Soho in London. The song is also considered to be a national anthem for England and has been used in many historical settings and has been published in 100‘s of hymnals. Here done with a classical chamber ensemble of piano, flute, harp, strings, and voice choir. 100bpm

Description: The hymn was written by Doddridge, Philip, D.D. in 1755. This music is attributed to Edward Rimbault in 1854. This is a very popular hymn with mass recognition that’s over 250 years old and has been published in over 1000 hymnals! Here done in a reverent classical orchestra ensemble with piano, flute, harp, strings, and angelic voice choir. 84bpm

Description: The hymn was written by Doddridge, Philip, D.D. in 1755. This music is attributed to Edward Rimbault in 1854. This is a very popular hymn with mass recognition that’s over 250 years old and has been published in over 1000 hymnals! Here done in a reverent classical orchestra ensemble with piano, flute, harp, strings, and angelic voice choir. 84bpm

Description: The hymn was written by Doddridge, Philip, D.D. in 1755. This music is attributed to Edward Rimbault in 1854. This is a very popular hymn with mass recognition that’s over 250 years old and has been published in over 1000 hymnals! Here done in a reverent classical orchestra ensemble with piano, flute, harp, strings, and angelic voice choir. 84bpm

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