Item description for Songs From the Voice, Vol. 2: Son of the Most High by Thomas Nelson...
This CD includes 12 original songs using the Scripture selections from Handel's Messiah. All of the passages are taken from The Voice.
Some of the finest artists of our day give a compelling presentation of a timeless classic.
Tyler Burkham Tara Leigh Cobble Kendall Payne Andrew Osenga Maeve Matt Wertz Jill Paquette Andrew Peterson Steven Delopoulos Lori Chaffer Don Chaffer
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Studio: Thomas Nelson
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 5.6" Width: 4.7" Height: 0.5" Weight: 0.2 lbs.
Release Date Oct 10, 2006
Publisher Thomas Nelson
ISBN 0529123576 ISBN13 9780529123572
Availability 0 units.
More About Thomas Nelson
Thomas Nelson earned his doctorate in psychology at Michigan State University. Following a six-year period of research, in 1964 Nelson accepted a position of Associate Professor of Psychology at the University of Alberta. He served as Professor and Chair of the Department between 1967 and 1985. Now retired as University (Distinguished) Professor at the University of Alberta, Nelson continues to publish in peer journals.
Reviews - What do customers think about Songs From the Voice, Vol. 2: Son of the Most High?
Fresh take on messianic prophesy Dec 6, 2006
Multiple artists (including Andrew Peterson) collaborate on this ambitious second volume in the series. This CD focuses on mostly prophetic/poetic texts about the Messiah. The arrangements are fresh and innovative. The lyrics are true to the scriptures they are based on. From a stylistic standpoint, I probably prefer Songs From The Voice, Vol. 1: Please Don't Make Us Sing This Song , but I also highly recommend this second volume to a fascinating project.
Story telling at it's best Dec 4, 2006
I enjoy this CD because of the musical quality and message. The songs stay in my head and thus penetrate the brain.