Karl-Erik Svedlund, Göran Stenlund - Davids 95 Psalm FLAC album
Karl-Erik Svedlund also introduced a new accompaniment in collaboration with church employee Solist Church Singer Einar Ekberg, where the accompaniment was improvised based on the text of the various verses. For many years he had been the musical leader of the Pentecostal Minister Choir, and together with Göte Strandsjö and Einar Ekberg, they took the initiative for annual collections for the choir.
Karl-Erik Svedlund also introduced a new accompaniment in collaboration with church employee Solist Church Singer Einar Ekberg, where the accompaniment was improvised based on the text of the various verses.
Provided to YouTube by NAXOS of America Psalm 84, "Min sjal langtar och trangtar" (My soul longeth) · Goran Stenlund Wennerberg: From the Psalms of David ℗ . .Composer: Bible - Old Testament Conductor: Dan-Olof Stenlund Artist: Goran Stenlund Composer: Gunnar Wennerberg Choir: Malmo Chamber Choir. Auto-generated by YouTube.
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Aberg (Åberg), Jan Hakan (Jan Håkan) Jeppesen, Knud Jersild, Jorgen (Jørgen) Lewkovitch, Bernhard Lidholm, Ingvar Olsson, Otto Riisager, Knudage (Knudåge) Schultz, Svend S. Soderman (Söderman), August Svedlund, Karl-Erik Söderman, August. Enevold, Per Stenlund, Dan-Olof. Camerata Chamber Choir, The Malmo Chamber Choir (Malmö Kammarkör) Stockholm Motet Choir.
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Scandinavian Choral Music (classical music album) - Play streams in full or download MP3 from Classical Archives (classicalarchives. Karl-Erik Svedlund Composer. Det blir något i himlen för barnen att få Work. Stockholm Motet Choir Ensemble, Dan Olof Stenlund Conductor. 3. Det blir något i himlen för barnen att få.
Psalm 9 is the debut studio album by the American doom metal band Trouble, released in 1984. The album was originally released eponymously and was renamed to Psalm 9 after the release of their fourth album, which was their 1990 self-titled release. Along with the Saint Vitus eponymous debut album from the same year, Psalm 9 is considered by many critics to be one of the first doom metal releases. The cover of Cream's "Tales of Brave Ulysses" was a b-side to the only single taken from the album.
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