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QuinTuba - Firm Foundation

This recording brings together musical expressions of praise and worship spanning hundreds of years, expertly arranged, and performed brilliantly.

GENRE: Sacred/Classical/Christian Traditional/Tuba

COMPOSERS: Traditional Hymns arranged by; Bruce Broughton, John Cheetham, Zach Collins, Greg Danner, Martin Ellerby, Jim Self, John Stevens, Steven Winteregg

ARTISTS: QuinTuba is:

Chris Olka - Principal Tuba, Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra

Tony Kniffen - Principal Tuba, Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra

Zach Bridges - Tuba, U.S. Army Band "Pershing's Own" and Principal Tuba, Maryland Symphony Orchestra

Zach Collins - Professor, Indiana University of Pennsylvania and winner of 2021 ITEA Roger Bobo Award for Excellence in Recording

Kent Eshelman - Professor, Baylor University and winner of 2014 ITEA Roger Bobo Award for Excellence in Recording

The members of QuinTuba share not only a musical bond, but a foundation of mutual faith. They have each experienced the love and mercy of God in their lives, the Holy Spirit's guiding presence, and the life-changing reality of Jesus' life, death, and resurrection.

The gift of music also points to God's glory, and this album brings together musical expressions of praise and worship spanning hundreds of years--from the centuries-old "O Sacred Head, Now Wounded," to the 21st-century movie soundtrack song, "Alone Yet Not Alone," taking refuge in the knowledge that God is with us even in the loneliest and hardest times.

A special aspect of the project is that the group has commissioned new arrangements of hymns by a number of leading composers including 10-time Emmy Award winner Bruce Broughton, John Cheetham, Martin Ellerby, John Stevens, Jim Self, Greg Danner, Steven Winteregg, and Zach Collins

Enjoy hearing these songs of the Christian faith in a new way; you'll find these arrangements by eight contemporary composers musically and spiritually rewarding.

QUINTUBA / FIRM FOUNDATION

QuinTuba - Firm Foundation

This recording brings together musical expressions of praise and worship spanning hundreds of years, expertly arranged, and performed brilliantly.

GENRE: Sacred/Classical/Christian Traditional/Tuba

COMPOSERS: Traditional Hymns arranged by; Bruce Broughton, John Cheetham, Zach Collins, Greg Danner, Martin Ellerby, Jim Self, John Stevens, Steven Winteregg

ARTISTS: QuinTuba is:

Chris Olka - Principal Tuba, Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra

Tony Kniffen - Principal Tuba, Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra

Zach Bridges - Tuba, U.S. Army Band "Pershing's Own" and Principal Tuba, Maryland Symphony Orchestra

Zach Collins - Professor, Indiana University of Pennsylvania and winner of 2021 ITEA Roger Bobo Award for Excellence in Recording

Kent Eshelman - Professor, Baylor University and winner of 2014 ITEA Roger Bobo Award for Excellence in Recording

The members of QuinTuba share not only a musical bond, but a foundation of mutual faith. They have each experienced the love and mercy of God in their lives, the Holy Spirit's guiding presence, and the life-changing reality of Jesus' life, death, and resurrection.

The gift of music also points to God's glory, and this album brings together musical expressions of praise and worship spanning hundreds of years--from the centuries-old "O Sacred Head, Now Wounded," to the 21st-century movie soundtrack song, "Alone Yet Not Alone," taking refuge in the knowledge that God is with us even in the loneliest and hardest times.

A special aspect of the project is that the group has commissioned new arrangements of hymns by a number of leading composers including 10-time Emmy Award winner Bruce Broughton, John Cheetham, Martin Ellerby, John Stevens, Jim Self, Greg Danner, Steven Winteregg, and Zach Collins

Enjoy hearing these songs of the Christian faith in a new way; you'll find these arrangements by eight contemporary composers musically and spiritually rewarding.

QUINTUBA / FIRM FOUNDATION

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Firm Foundation
Artist: Quintuba
Format: CD
New: In Stock $16.00
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DISC: 1

1. Alone Yet Not Alone
2. O Sacred Head, Now Wounded
3. In the Sweet By and By
4. Amazing Grace
5. Come, Thou Fount of Every Blessing
6. Lord of All Hopefulness
7. Come, Let Us Use the Grace Divine
8. Just a Closer Walk with Thee
9. Precious Lord, Take My Hand 1
10. Softly and Tenderly 1
11. Abide with Me 1
12. Away in a Manger 1
13. Coventry Carol 1
14. How Firm a Foundation 1
15. Fairest Lord Jesus 1
16. How Great Thou Art 1
17. Holy, Holy, Holy 1
18. Go Tell It on the Mountain

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QuinTuba - Firm Foundation

This recording brings together musical expressions of praise and worship spanning hundreds of years, expertly arranged, and performed brilliantly.

GENRE: Sacred/Classical/Christian Traditional/Tuba

COMPOSERS: Traditional Hymns arranged by; Bruce Broughton, John Cheetham, Zach Collins, Greg Danner, Martin Ellerby, Jim Self, John Stevens, Steven Winteregg

ARTISTS: QuinTuba is:

Chris Olka - Principal Tuba, Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra

Tony Kniffen - Principal Tuba, Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra

Zach Bridges - Tuba, U.S. Army Band "Pershing's Own" and Principal Tuba, Maryland Symphony Orchestra

Zach Collins - Professor, Indiana University of Pennsylvania and winner of 2021 ITEA Roger Bobo Award for Excellence in Recording

Kent Eshelman - Professor, Baylor University and winner of 2014 ITEA Roger Bobo Award for Excellence in Recording

The members of QuinTuba share not only a musical bond, but a foundation of mutual faith. They have each experienced the love and mercy of God in their lives, the Holy Spirit's guiding presence, and the life-changing reality of Jesus' life, death, and resurrection.

The gift of music also points to God's glory, and this album brings together musical expressions of praise and worship spanning hundreds of years--from the centuries-old "O Sacred Head, Now Wounded," to the 21st-century movie soundtrack song, "Alone Yet Not Alone," taking refuge in the knowledge that God is with us even in the loneliest and hardest times.

A special aspect of the project is that the group has commissioned new arrangements of hymns by a number of leading composers including 10-time Emmy Award winner Bruce Broughton, John Cheetham, Martin Ellerby, John Stevens, Jim Self, Greg Danner, Steven Winteregg, and Zach Collins

Enjoy hearing these songs of the Christian faith in a new way; you'll find these arrangements by eight contemporary composers musically and spiritually rewarding.

QUINTUBA / FIRM FOUNDATION

        
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