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Spirit of the Living God
Genres: Christian, Gospel
Classical Harp playing a collection of historic hymns of the faith, 20th century gospel songs and some of the very best of contemporary worship and praise songs from around the world. Spirit of the Living God, Volume II i... more »
Classical Harp playing a collection of historic hymns of the faith, 20th century gospel songs and some of the very best of contemporary worship and praise songs from around the world. Spirit of the Living God, Volume II is the second of a Classical Harp Worhsip & Praise series. Spirit is a wonder of musical artistry, but more important, it's a deep expression of personal worship and praise which leads the listener into personal worship and praise. In a world filled with changing noise that tends to drown out the quiet voice of God, Spirit of the Living God is a warm, gently breeze that reduces stress, quiets the spirit and turns the heart toward God.
Gentle notes rising heavenward like the fragrance of prayer.
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Carol McClure's artistry and congruent spirit lead the listener to journey inward and upward in prayerful worship. As she masterfully lingers to savor each note, we realize the beauty and comfort of a non-hurried personal relationship with a listening Creator. As a beginning harpist whose introduction to the instrument was in a class taught by Carol, I am overwhelmingly linspired by this CD."
Worship through music.
(5 out of 5 stars)
"With the beauty and softness of a quiet Sunday evening vespers, Carol McClure captures both traditional and modern gospel music in a truly worshipful musical experience. McClure's style of music is as appropriate at a Sunday service as a church camp, and her wide variety is appealing to all ages. McClure's ability to reach deep with her music helps the listener recapture a memory from the past; its tranquilizing effect offers soothing and hope, and provides an appropriate forum for meditation and prayer. Church youth group leaders and ministers of music might be particularly interested in "Spirit of the Living God" as a way of introducing their young people to religious instrumental music and setting the stage for a lifetime love of tunes with a spiritual touch."