The Summons: Spiritual Jazz CD
Music from the Living the Questions series. It is our hope that these beautiful and familiar Christian hymns, with melodies that have withstood the test of time, will invite the spirit of Christ into your heart in a new way.
- The Summons (Scottish traditional) 2:40 inspired by John Bell
Play Sample (mp3)
- Joyful, Joyful, We Adore Thee (Ludwig van Beethoven) 3:43
- Amazing Grace (19th Cent. U.S.A.) 3:49
- To Has Venido a la Orilla (Cesareo Gabarain) 7:32
- Be Thou my Vision (Irish traditional) 4:01
- When we are Living (Traditional Spanish melody) 4:10
- Our Parent by Whose Name (John David Edwards) 3:06
- In Christ There is no East or West (African-American traditional) 3:37
- God of Grace and God of Glory (John Hughes) 4:16 dedicated to John Shelby Spong
- How Firm a Foundation (Early U.S.A. melody) 2:57
- Love Divine, All Loves Excelling (Rowland H. Prichard) 3:20
- There is a Balm in Gilead (African-American traditional) 4:01
- O, For a Thousand Tongues (Carl Glaser) 3:49
- Wash, O God, our Sons and Daughters (B. F. White) 3:43
- The Gift of Love (Traditional English melody) 3:15
All music arranged by Barb Catlin, Director of the Pomona College Jazz Ensemble, Pomona, CA. Arrangements © 2004 livingthequestions.com.
To Has Venido a la Orilla © 1979, 1987, Cesareo Gabarain. Published by OCP Publications. All rights reserved. Used with permission.
piano: Barb Catlin
saxophones: Rev. Dave Felten
bass: Mike King
drums: Todd Chuba