9. In The Strength Of The Lord. 13. They'll Sing A Welcome Home.
Orchestra Kettering Citadel Band of The Salvation Army. Producer Brian Hillson. Orchestra: Kettering Citadel Band of The Salvation Army. Conductor: Richard Phillips. Favourite Hymn Tunes of The Salvation Army Vo. 1. Lord of the years.
This is the first in a collection of albums showcasing the well known hymns that feature in the Army's Hymnals. You will hear these songs of praise in Salvation Army halls around the world, and of course in many high streets (not just in Rockingham Road where the Kettering band is based). Contained here are well known hymns such as "Crown Him With Many Crowns" (Elvey) and "Heaven Came Down" (Peterson), alongside more recent compositions such as "As The Deer" (Nystrom) and "In Christ Alone" (Getty). The playing is first class with bandmaster Richard. The opinions expressed in this article are not necessarily those held by Cross Rhythms. Any expressed views were accurate at the time of publishing but may or may not reflect the views of the individuals concerned at a later date.
A Salvation Army brass band is a brass band affiliated with a Corps, Division or Territory of the Salvation Army. In society, a Salvation Army band playing in public places during Christian events in the calendar such as Christmas has become a part of seasonal customs, particularly in the UK. The primary purpose of all Salvation Army bands is to serve as an instrument to proclaim the Christian gospel
Spirit Of Joy - Wellington Citadel Band Of The Salvation Army. Wondrous Cross - Wellington Citadel Band Of The Salvation Army. The Wellingtonian - Wellington Citadel Band Of The Salvation Army. March - Petone Citadel - Wellington Citadel Band of Salvation Army. Hymn - Peace - Wellington Citadel Band of Salvation Army. March - The Defenders - Wellington Citadel Band of Salvation Army. Transcription - Wellington Citadel Band of Salvation Army. Cornet Solo - Wellington Citadel Band of Salvation Army. Great Is Thy Faithfulness - The Celebration Choir feat. The Salvation Army Citadel Band - Sheffield. Abide With Me - The Celebration Choir feat. How Great Thou Art - The Celebration Choir feat.
News and Information Focusing on the Salvation Army Brass Band Tradition. The start and close of a Sunday’s worship is a very important time and the privilege of leading that time can often fall to one of the corps’ music sections to provide a selection of suitable music. Whether it be the first tune of the day to set the mood, even to bring the congregation into a quiet place before the service commences or the final benediction to reflect on a Sunday’s worship, the moment is always important, often sensitive and transitional. Many of the tunes found in The Salvation Army hymnals fulfill the demands of this role perfectly
|5||Crown Him With Many Crowns|
|6||Flow Gently, Sweet Afton|
|7||As The Deer|
|9||In The Strength Of The Lord|
|12||None Of Self|
|13||They'll Sing A Welcome Home|
|17||Heaven Came Down|
|18||Out Of My Darkness|
|22||The Well Is Deep|
|23||My Humble Cry|
|25||In Christ Alone|
|29||King Of Kings, Majesty|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Salvationist Publishing & Supplies Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – Salvationist Publishing & Supplies Ltd.
- Band – Kettering Citadel Band Of The Salvation Army
- Band [Master] – Richard Philips