1986
Two New Albums Released by Mormon Youth Symphony and Chorus
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“Two New Albums Released by Mormon Youth Symphony and Chorus,” Ensign, Nov. 1986, 109

Two New Albums Released by Mormon Youth Symphony and Chorus

The Mormon Youth Symphony and Chorus have released two new albums. “O Divine Redeemer” is an instrumental album performed by the symphony featuring sacred pieces arranged by director Robert C. Bowden. “Songs from the New Mormon Hymn Book” features both the orchestra and chorus.

The Mormon Youth Symphony and Chorus consists of one hundred musicians in the orchestra and three hundred singers. The members range from eighteen to thirty years in age. The group has performed nationally on television and in concert halls, and in 1980 received an Emmy Award for a one-hour television special that was broadcast in more than thirty-five countries.

The new releases are cassette stereo recordings. They can be ordered by contacting the office of the Mormon Youth Symphony and Chorus, 50 East North Temple Street, Salt Lake City, Utah 84150.