A Tribute to Salvation Army Musicians, Music and Composers
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|1||Lord of the Sea (Steadman-Allen)
The first post-war extended suite which set RSA onto the world scene.
|2||Symphony of Thanksgiving (Dean Goffin)
Majestic - inspiring - true Goffin style.
|3||Light of the World (Dean Goffin)
This meaningful masterpiece causes goosebumps.
|4||He can break every fetter (Redhead)
This short piece is mood music skilfully written.
|5||I know Thou art mine (Ballantine)
The Unsworth tune is movingly presented - a real classic.
|6||Cornet Solo - Maoriland (Major Harry Goffin)
Rarely heard now - attractive and uncomplicated.
|7||Soldiers of Christ (George Marshall)
Despite its age, this is everything a march should be.
|8||The Canadian (Merritt)
Although parochial, it is super listening, with skill required from every section.