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Listen...for Thy voice, digital download version

SKU# DGPMP3A058EN

$12.99


$12.99

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New music from Andrew D. Brewis, well known from his work with The Candlewood Singers. These downloads feature original musical settings of treasured poems, including many from the Christian Science Hymnal.

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New music by Andrew D. Brewis, known for his work with the Newsong Group, features original musical settings of treasured poems, including many from the Christian Science Hymnal. Brewis is featured as composer, pianist, and singer, and on several tracks he is joined by an upright bass.

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