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Old 06-24-2006, 11:15 PM
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A good friend of mine Mike Paulson of Touchet Baptist Church has recorded a large number of good ole fashioned hymns - on a regular piano, no digital fake sound - and have kept them simple. One set consists of a number of them in two verses with a just bit of added fancies, but very simple, nonetheless. Another set is recorded singing from his earlier days of congregational singing. The third set consists of 292 hymns - and they all contain an introduction and all the verses of that particular hymn - all so folks can sing along. I have downloaded the 292 hymns myself ( They are I believe in 9 zipped files ). All are in MP3 format. Just download them, unzip them to a folder and they are there for your use, named and in alphabetical order. You can burn them to a cd or play straight off your computer. I use these for my church and for family singing at home. All are very well done. Bro. Mike has posted these at his church website for downloading with no strings attached. They are all free to download at http://www.paulsonmusic.com/ Take care. Bro. Hugh Floyd (KJVO)
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Old 06-25-2006, 07:30 AM
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He also claims that "Hamites" (Africans) have corrupted good "Japhethite" (Caucasian) music. He has a big ol' chart on his site showing this. (for those who want more proof of what this "conservative music only" position is really all about!)
People in more conservative circles talk so much about "separation from error", and now it's time to consistently put this into practice, regardless of how "good" the hymns may be.
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Good ole fashioned hymns
Regular piano
NO digital fake sound

then......

Saved to zip file
Burn to CD
Play on computer
Download from website

Sounds like an oxymoron if I ever heard one.
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on a regular piano, no digital fake sound

"Fake sound" - is that like "artificial colour"?
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Yeah, I guess I have to agree with everyone else on the "no digital fake sound" bit (er.....no pun intended on "bit") As soon as it's in the computer it's digital. Maybe if it was recorded on good old vinal or something? Trouble is it would have to hit some sort of amplification sooner or later...

ok, now I've got that out of my system (first time for everything )....I downloaded the 10 zips of "
Simple Hymns Simply Singable" set, now working on the "Simply Played" list.

I love the play-list. Wondering about the reasons of "simple" arrangement. While I'm not a big fan of today's trend of WAY over-producing Church music, and have no problems with just a piano or organ being used, do you have any problem with
using arpeggios or just did it the "simple" way in protest at the over-production crowd?
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I love the play-list. Wondering about the reasons of "simple" arrangement. While I'm not a big fan of today's trend of WAY over-producing Church music, and have no problems with just a piano or organ being used, do you have any problem with using arpeggios or just did it the simple way in protest at the over-production crowd?
I never did bring this up with Bro. Mike, I was just grateful for the hymns. I assume it is because this is how they play the hymns. In my opinion hymns played simply have a much broader range of use. Most that I have found before were so fancy that you had to learn where all there runs and ad ons were before you sing along with it. KJVO

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While I'm not a big fan of today's trend of WAY over-producing Church music, and have no problems with just a piano or organ being used, do you have any problem with using arpeggios or just did it the "simple" way in protest at the over-production crowd?

Seems to me his arpeggios etc. are just the typical style of piano playing from 100 or so years ago, as opposed to the way we'd play today.
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Nice of them to have done that...

Thanks for sharing!
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What a great resource, the instrumental hymns.
Some are charging a lot of money for this, and call it a 'ministry'.
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What a great resource, the instrumental hymns.
Some are charging a lot of money for this, and call it a 'ministry'.
Thanks for your trouble.
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You are very welcome, I will relay your message to Mike. He did put a lot of time into them.
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