Red Mountain Music | Heaven

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by Red Mountain Music

Heaven is a collection of old hymns from the 18th and 19th centuries written to new music. Heaven is the basic theme of each hymn. Check out the sound clips to hear rich and authentic sounds ranging from acoustic to electric rock.
Genre: Rock: Acoustic
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1. O the Delights
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2. Pearly Gates
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3. What Solemn Tidings
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4. Poor Wayfaring Stranger
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5. Streams of Living Water Flow
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6. Soon and Very Soon
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7. There Forever Stay
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Album Notes
While working through some old hymnals, we repeatedly noticed wonderful texts about heaven. We decided to arrange new music for some of these great hymns and record them for this project. The result is the cd: a collection of 6 new hymn-arrangements and one familiar one. Spending the last few months with these hymns has been a great encouragement for us, and it has been beautiful to think specifically about heaven for a few months. We love being reminded that this earth is not our home, that our home is a place where we have not yet arrived, a beautiful place that Christ has prepared for us. We love the words of these hymns and hope our music has served it well. May these songs give you the hope and rest they have given us.

"I soon shall reach the harbor, to which I speed my way, Shall cease from all my labor, and there forever stay."


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