Item description for The Breaking of the Dawn by Fernando Ortega...
1) Creation Song 2) Lord Of Eternity 3) Sweet Grace 4) Dont Take Me Far From Home 5) Be Thou My Vision 6) When All Thy Mercies 7) Margee Ann 8) Road Song 9) Breaking Of The Dawn 10) If I Flee On Morning Wings 11) Jesus King Of Angels
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Studio: Word Entertainment
Record Label Myrrh Records Rec
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 5.7" Width: 4.97" Height: 0.39" Weight: 0.19 lbs.
Release Date Jun 1, 2001
Publisher WORD ACCT# W41160193
ISBN 7012593261 ISBN13 9787012593263 UPC 080688587925
Reviews - What do customers think about The Breaking of the Dawn?
Peaceful and Spirit-filled Mar 4, 2006
Each song brings joy and peace. The last song reminds us Jesus is always with us, "holding our hand through the night".
Soul soothing music Feb 8, 2006
If you are looking for music that will calm your spirit and focus your heart, you've just found it!
If you like this sound, also check out music by Michael Card... Fernado's mentor. :-)
Old Friend Mar 5, 2005
I have been a collector of Fernando's music for years. This was the first CD I bought those many years ago but it has not grown old but only matured with me along life's road. I would consider this collection an investment to be enjoyed and that, I feel, will go along with you along your life's road and that you will appreciate each selection in a new and deeper way each time you listen.
Absolutely the Best! Nov 18, 2003
Without a doubt, this is the most perfect and flawless album I have ever heard. With every listen, it seems to get better; with every listen I am more amazed. In terms of sheer musical quality, this album is tops. Every note and nuance is perfectly planned out, every sound the exact needed to complement the mood; creating a type of sountrack to each story or praise. (With a musician list comprised of such names as Bob Somma, Cameron Stone, Stuart Duncan, Greg Leisz, John Andrew Schreiner, and of course, Fernando himself; it's no wonder). Lyrically, this album is awesome. Not only excellent theologically, the verse also creates a rich tapestry of imagery that effectively transports the listener into its many scenes. If you do not already own this album, buy it. It will be the best purchase you ever made.