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The Mormon Tabernacle Choir
Songs Of God And Country
44 Magnificent Songs
Faith Of Our Fathers
Rock Of Ages
A Mighty Fortress Is Our God
Nearer My God To Thee
The Church In The Wildwood
Onward, Christian Soldiers
Bringing In the Sheaves
He's Got The Whole World In His Hands
Sheep May Safely Graze
Bless This House
Abide With Me
Hallelujah Chorus
Sweet And Low
Jesu, Joy Of Man's Desiring
All Through The Night
Now The Day Is Over
Hallelujah, Amen
Glory To God In the Highest
The Lord Is My Shepherd
O God, Our Help In Ages Past
The Lord's Prayer
Holy, Holy, Holy
America, The Beautiful
Home On the Range
This Land Is Your Land
God Bless America
Oh! Suzanna
Battle Hymn Of The Republic
Columbia, The Gem Of The Ocean
My Old Kentucky Home
This Is My Country
Dixie
The Stars And Stripes Forever
Shenandoah
Camptown Races
Beautiful Dreamer
The Star Spangled Banner
PLUS MANY MORE!
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[[caption: They have lifted their voices in song to the glory of God and country ever since their wagon trains pulled up to the Great Salt Lake in the year 1847]]

...and that once-upon-a-time tiny choir is now recognized as one of the greatest musical forces in America's history... a battalion-size force of 325 glorious voices which, when it raises its voices as one mighty sound, can bring tears to your eyes, goosebumps to your skin, and spirit to your heart.

A Soul-Stirring Treasury

Here are two wonderful collection. The first, Faith Of Our Fathers, contains songs and hymns of praise which the brought westward as they crossed the Great Divide. Here is The Mormon Tabernacle Choir. When people try to tell you that we are on the brink of losing our values in America, our traditions, just play them a few selections from this stunning treasury. Play them A Mighty Fortress Is Our God, or Rock Of Ages... thrill to the glory of Onward, Christian Soldiers and just feel yourself wanting to  march onward indeed!

America In Song

The second collection you receive is called America The Beautiful...from God Bless America, to This Is My Country, the glorious and moving Shenandoah, Home On The Range, Stephen Foster's immortal Beautiful Dreamer, and the most patriotic song ever written, The Battle Hymn Of The Republic. If you have never heard The Mormon Tabernacle Choir, you are in for the treat of a lifetime!

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