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Recorded in 1994, this was our first CD. The choice of music reflects the contrasting styles of the brigade's music.
We are reminded of the glory and majesty of God, and that His alone is the praise.

 

 

1996 saw the brigades second adventure into the recording world.  This time reminding our listeners that, for all the rightful pride we have in our heritage, "Good Soldiers Never Look Back"

 

Ever Since the chart success of It's An Open secret in 1964, the songs of Joy Webb have become familiar to many music lovers, both within The Salvation Army and beyond.
This compilation includes some of Joy's best-loved choral songs, as well as new arrangements of some of the early Joy Strings favourites.

 

For this our fourth CD (tapes are also available), the songsters joined up with Chelmsford band, to produce this recording, subtitled, "Music For Sunday Worship.

This not only allowed us to broaden the appeal of the recording, but also, gave us the opportunity to have the band and songsters join for a few of the tracks.

This varied selection of older Salvation Army Songster music, contains songs from the turn of the century, to the 1960's.  For some it will be a trip down memory lane, and for others, it will be an education.  The Salvation Army is fortunate indeed to have such a wealth of music, and we are sure that everyone will have a favourite.

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This is the third recording that the Songsters have the privilege of producing jointly with SP&S Ltd.  It is hoped that this recording will prove attractive, not only to Salvationists, but also to the broader audience of hymn lovers around the world.  The fact that all the arrangements include the original well-known tunes should ensure that nobody is disappointed!

Over recent years, the brigade has given over 2 or 3 practices a year to a "sing and study" evening.  A song is chosen, and a bible study is prepared around it.  We then rehearse the song, and then split into small groups to study the scripture surrounding it.  We get such great blessing from this deeper understanding, that we wanted to share it with you.

 

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