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Our excellent church accompanists have carefully played and recorded hymns for singing in church or playing as background music. No distracting frills, arpeggios or voices.  Simply played in hymnal style for churches without musicians.  The hymns are compatible with common hymnals including Baptist Hymnal, Great Hymns, SDA, Methodist and more. We've gone a step further by recording them in high and in low keys to give you flexibility on vocal ranges.

Instrument Options: Solo Piano, Solo Organ, Piano-Organ Duo

175 hymns were recorded using high quality recording equipment to capture the sound from a Steinway piano and a church pipe organ played by real church accompanists in hymnal style.  Choose solo piano, solo organ or both played together.

CDs

cdinplayer.jpgCDs are available in 6 volumes of 25 hymns, plus a separate Chrismas CD. 1 disc per volume.  The titles are in alphabetical order, listed on the backs of the CD cases. Play the CDs in a CD player, portable or hooked into a church sound system, computer CD-ROM drive.

 

MP3 Downloads

After checkout, we provide links to download .zip files, each containing 25 high quality MP3 audio files. Download the .zip file(s), open them and you will be able to play, copy and move the songs around on your computer as needed. You can play them right from a computer or put them on an MP3 player or mobile device.  downloadtile.jpg

Even if you are not computer savvy, our hymn downloads make it easy for you to manage and organize the songs for your services. Copy and move the songs as needed.  If you are downloading from an iPad or iPhone, we recommend iZip, a free app from the Apple Store for downloading and extracting zipped files.  After downloading, open/extract the zip files on your Apple device and access the hymns right on your computer as needed. 

Thumb (USB Flash) Drive

usbshtile.jpgThe USB thumb drive comes loaded with the hymns you order. If you order multiple volumes, we will put them on the same USB drive unless you tell us in your order comments that you need separate drives.  As soon as you plug the flash drive into your computer's USB port, Windows should open the window automatically.  You'll immediately be able to access the hymns from the thumb drive.