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How Sweet the Sound: Songs of Inspiration

BYU Noteworthy

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1
Amazing Grace (My Chains Are Gone)
BYU Noteworthy
4:09
2
How Great Thou Art
BYU Noteworthy
3:58
3
Be Thou My Vision
BYU Noteworthy; Keith Goodrich
3:20
4
Gloria (Angels We Have Heard on High) (arr. by K.M. Evans)
BYU Noteworthy
3:22
5
There's a Place for Us
BYU Noteworthy
3:34
6
I'm Listening
BYU Noteworthy
3:30
7
Along the Deep and Wand'ring Road
BYU Noteworthy
2:55
8
I'm Trying to Be Like Jesus
BYU Noteworthy
3:27
9
Oh, Come, All Ye Faithful
BYU Noteworthy; BYU Vocal Point
3:00
10
His Perfect Love
BYU Noteworthy
3:06
11
Abide with Me; 'Tis Eventide
BYU Noteworthy
5:44
12
When You Believe
BYU Noteworthy; BYU Women's Chorus
4:50
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Total Playing Time    44:55
Brigham Young University's female a cappella group BYU Noteworthy presents their first compilation of inspirational and sacred music. These twelve songs feature thoughtful, uplifting contemporary vocal arrangements in Noteworthy's signature rich, expressive style.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – BYU Records Studio Masters

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