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Walk Beside Me: A Classical Take on the Children's SongbookBy Carolyn Allen

How do you top winning the Mormon Tabernacle Choir Guest Conductor Contest? By recording an album that becomes one of the top three best-selling CDs at Deseret Book in its first week.

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Most Current Articles in Music

Backstage Graffiti: Dreams and Abilene

Dreams are funny. But often, as is known by all of you who count Lehi among your friends, dreams can also be religious in nature.

By Marvin Payne
Vocal Point Joins BYU Men’s Chorus in Stunning Arrangement of Favorite Hymn

James Stevens, who arranged this version of ‘Nearer, My God, to Thee’ also steps in as the soloist. (VIDEO)

MoTab Serenade for a Happy Day

Hear a medley of happy songs from the Mormon Tabernacle choir joined by Frozen star, Santino Fontana.

A Handful of Hurt (and Some Heaven-sent Healing)

Thus began a twenty-year odyssey of going from doctor to doctor, from therapist to therapist, to solve this problem. I tried every medical path always with the same result: no diagnosis, no cure.

By Janice Kapp Perry
Utah’s One Voice Children’s Choir Shines on America’s Got Talent

The One Voice Children's Choir from Utah appeared Sunday on NBC's "America's Got Talent" as it auditioned to be a part of the show's latest season.

“America Rocks!” Music for the Patriotic Season

I start feeling patriotic on Memorial Day when our hearts are turned to those who have given so much, and sometimes all, for our blessed country. In fact I love hearing patriotic music any day of the year.

By Janice Kapp Perry
BYU’s One-Shot Newsies Medley Becomes Internet Sensation

In just five days on the Internet, BYU Vocal Point’s video medley of Newsies songs has garnered well over 150,000 views. In case you haven't seen it yet, here it is.

Mormon Tabernacle Choir Releases Missionary Collection

The world-renowned Mormon Tabernacle Choir released The Missionary Collection on May 13, featuring four best-selling albums in one set.

By The LDS Newsroom
Jenny Oaks Baker Rocks Out

Jenny Oaks Baker made a name for herself playing concertos. But give her new album a chance, and you just mind find it's her cover of Led Zeppelin that you like her for the most. This isn't your mother's classic album. And it's not your son's rock album.

By Erin Ann McBride