Introducing Our CD of Hymns Fundraiser…

11 May

Alan arranged 21 hymns for ukulele and recorded them to CD to sell to help raise money for our adoption fund. My husband takes his ukulele collection and his uke playing very seriously so this is a very nicely done CD. If you are interested in buying, you can buy here or email us to arrange payment/shipment. The suggested donation of $15 includes shipping. You can purchase through the Pay Pal link below (if you don’t have a Pay Pal account, there is a payment option on the bottom left hand side of the web page when you click on the link below):

Buy for $15 by Clicking on This Link

Most of the hymns on the CD are instrumentals (no vocals) but here links to two with singing:

Here are the tracks and selections on the CD:

1. Give Me That Old Time Religion

2. Take Time to be Holy

3. The Old Rugged Cross–Waltz. With vocals

4. Just a Closer Walk With Thee

5. Amazing Grace

6. Holy, Holy, Holy

7. Have Thine Own Way Lord–vocals.

8. Jesus Loves Me

9. Will the Circle be Unbroken?

10. Let Us Break Bread Together

11. Lily of the Valley–vocals.

12. Tis So Sweet to Trust in Jesus–a Banjolele jam.

13. Peace Like a River

14. Swing Low Sweet Chariot –vocals.

15. Trust and Obey

16. On Higher Ground/The Water is Wide – vocals

17. The King of Love

18. What A Friend We Have in Jesus

19. I Shall Not Be Moved–vocals

20. Be Ready When He Comes–vocals.

21. Beethoven’s Ode to Joy


One Response to “Introducing Our CD of Hymns Fundraiser…”

  1. Candy May 12, 2008 at 12:37 am #

    could you tell me what songs are on the CD? Do you have a sample of any on facebook or Youtube, etc?

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