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--Elder Richard G. Scott, "He Lives! All Glory to His Name!", April 2010 General Conference

Isaiah 2:5

Teach Me to Walk in the Light, The Children's Songbook #177
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100: Celebrating a Century of Recording Excellence
Mormon Tabernacle Choir & Orchestra at Temple Square

In 1910, the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, joined by Columbia Records at the time, made its first commercial recording in the historic Salt Lake Tabernacle. Now, a century later, the Choir has become one of the most famous organizations in the world, having toured all around the globe and released more than 150 albums.

100: Celebrating a Century of Recording Excellence memorializes this milestone of 100 years of world-class recordings. Featuring 30 tracks, this set will contain the Choir’s most requested songs, bonus material, as well as 4 brand-new, previously unreleased recordings: “Glorious Everlasting” (Choir and Organ); “All People That on Earth Do Dwell” (Choir and Organ); Mack Wilberg’s stunning arrangement of “Danny Boy”; and a live version of the audience favorite “Betelehemu.”

 

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