A good piece of music causes the heart to hold its breath in expectation of eternity. It makes us cry or laugh. It speaks grace to our hopes. These songs do just that for me.

Instrumental

Michael W. Smith: Freedom

Michael W. Smith: The Sacred Romance

Theme from Last of the Mohicans

The Piano Guys: Arwen’s Vigil

Pride and Prejudice: Liz on Top of the World

Braveheart Theme

Tuck Everlasting Theme

2Cellos: I Will Wait

2Cellos: Shape of My Heart

2Cellos: Benedictus

Joshua Bell: Songs My Mother Taught Me

Joshua Bell: O Mio Babbino Caro

Classical

Franz Liszt: Liebestraum (Love Song)

Debussy: Ballade

Joshua Bell: O Mio Babbino Caro

Aaron Copland: Simple Gifts

Grofe: Grand Canyon Suite Sunrise

Beethoven: Moonlight Sonata

Mozart: Requiem Mass in D minor

Westminster Abbey Choir: Brahams, How Lovely is Thy Dwelling Place

Worship

Paul Wilbur: Kadosh and Days of Elijah

Hillsong: I Will Exalt You

Hillsong: Like Incense, “Oh, Lord Jesus, turn your eyes upon me, for I know there is mercy in your sight.”

Hillsong: The Stand

Indelible Grace: I Heard the Voice of Jesus Say

Fernando Ortega: Sing to Jesus

Fernando Ortega: Give Me Jesus

Twila Paris: My Lips Will Praise You

Sandra McCracken: Can’t Help Myself

Indelible Grace: Let Us Love and Sing and Wonder

Kristian Stanfill: In Christ Alone

Christy Nockels: Healing is in Your Hand

Kari Jobe: You are For Me

Robin Mark: Jesus, All for Jesus

Robin Mark: When It’s All Been Said and Done

Christmas

King’s College Choir: O Holy Night

Celtic Woman: Carol of the Bells

The Piano Guys: Angels We Have Heard on High

Boston Pops: Sleigh Ride

Nat King Cole: Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire

Judy Garland: Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas

 

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