The Musical Genius Of Rob Gardner   Leave a comment

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Segment from the DVD “Joseph Smith the Prophet: Live at Abravanel Hall.” The segment is the conclusion of the program and depicts the martyrdom of Joseph Smith and the well-known anthem to the Prophet by William W Phelps.

“Joseph Smith the Prophet” is a sacred oratorio for choir, orchestra, soloists and narrators about the life and mission of Joseph Smith, the founder of the LDS Church. Composed and conducted by Rob Gardner. Text by William W Phelps. Scottish folk tune. Arrangement by Rob Gardner.

To order the DVD, CD soundtrack, and sheet music, or for lyrics and more information, visit http://www.JosephSmithTheProphet.com.

Segment from the DVD “Joseph Smith the Prophet: Live at Abravanel Hall.” This segment depicts the building and dedication of the temple in Kirtland.

“Joseph Smith the Prophet” is a sacred oratorio for choir, orchestra, soloists and narrators about the life and mission of Joseph Smith, the founder of the LDS Church. Composed and conducted by Rob Gardner. Text by William W Phelps. Music anonymous. Arrangement by Rob Gardner.

To order the DVD, CD soundtrack, and sheet music, or for lyrics and more information, visit http://www.JosephSmithTheProphet.com.

Segment from the DVD “Joseph Smith the Prophet: Live at Abravanel Hall.” This segment depicts the coming forth of the Book of Mormon and the testimony to its veracity by the Three Witnesses.

“Joseph Smith the Prophet” is a sacred oratorio for choir, orchestra, soloists and narrators about the life and mission of Joseph Smith, the founder of the LDS Church. Composed and conducted by Rob Gardner. Text adapted from the Testimony of the Three Witnesses. Music by Rob Gardner. Soloists: Oliver Cowdery – Daniel Beck; David Whitmer – Michael Sackett; Martin Harris – Jordan Bluth.

To order the DVD, CD soundtrack, and sheet music, or for lyrics and more information, visit http://www.JosephSmithTheProphet.com.

Segment from the DVD “Joseph Smith the Prophet: Live at Abravanel Hall.” This segment depicts the arrest of Joseph Smith and his brother Hyrum, among others, in Missouri. Mary Fielding, wife of Hyrum, expresses the feelings of their families and friends through a beautiful text by Orson F Whitney.

“Joseph Smith the Prophet” is a sacred oratorio for choir, orchestra, soloists and narrators about the life and mission of Joseph Smith, the founder of the LDS Church. Composed and conducted by Rob Gardner. Text by Orson F Whitney. Music by Rob Gardner. Soloist Sharon Hopkins.

To order the DVD, CD soundtrack, and sheet music, or for lyrics and more information, visit http://www.JosephSmithTheProphet.com.

Segment from the DVD “Joseph Smith the Prophet: Live at Abravanel Hall.” This segment opens the program and depicts John Taylor, friend of Joseph Smith, mourning the loss of the Prophet and his brother Hyrum in his own words.

“Joseph Smith the Prophet” is a sacred oratorio for choir, orchestra, soloists and narrators about the life and mission of Joseph Smith, the founder of the LDS Church. Composed and conducted by Rob Gardner. Text from a poem by Joseph Smith contemporary John Taylor. Music by Rob Gardner. Soloist Jeffry Walker.

To order the DVD, CD soundtrack, and sheet music, or for lyrics and more information, visit http://www.JosephSmithTheProphet.com.

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Posted July 30, 2010 by rexfordgbeardsleyjr in Uncategorized

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