Gratias, Amen (Live)

by Terry Tucker

Released 2012
Released 2012
Gratias, Amen! sounds like Handel if he wrote singles. A tribute to a musician, It features piano, organ, trumpet, French horn and full choir. It's recorded live in a church sanctuary, so the acoustics are great, the energy is high and alive.
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    Gratias, Amen! sounds like Handel if he wrote singles. A tribute to a musician, It features piano, organ, trumpet, French horn and full choir. It's recorded live in a church sanctuary, so the acoustics are great, the energy is high and alive.

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Gratias, Amen! Thank you and goodbye, dear friend. This arms-open tribute starts with piano and organ, then trumpet and French horn and when the choir comes in, it keeps building until the organ climbs from the depths of its range to the heights prompting the all-out response from all instruments and voices, "Gloria! Gratias! Amen!
Dedicated to Barbara King, organist and music director for Shepherdstown's Presbyterian Church and St. Agnes Catholic Church

Recorded live at Shepherdstown Presbyterian Church by Joe House, Creative Age Studio,
Mastered by Todd Stotler, Echoes Recording Studio
SPC Choir conducted by Georgiann Toole
Piano, Terry Tucker
Organ, Dianne Holliman
French Horn, Kari Edge
Trumpet, Laura Sterner