The Tabernacle Choir Blog

January 2016 Articles

The Choir Loses a Friend: Former Tabernacle Organist Robert Cundick

On January 7, 2016 the Mormon Tabernacle Choir lost a wonderful friend, organist, and composer. Robert (Bob) Cundick passed away January 7, 2016, at the age of 89. He served as Tabernacle organist for nearly 27 years where from 1965 through 1991 he accompanied the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, played solos during Music and the Spoken Word, and performed hundreds of organ recitals and concerts.

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The Benefits of Playing Music to Children at Bedtime

Putting children to bed can be challenging time for any parent. Every family is different—some cherish complete silence at a child’s bedtime, while others enjoy singing, storytelling, or playing music for children. Various arguments can certainly be made for the many methods of soothing an infant or child to sleep, but here are some of the benefits of playing music for infants and children before bed.

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Former Tabernacle Organist Robert Cundick Passes Away

Former Tabernacle organist Robert (Bob) Cundick passed away January 7, 2016, at the age of 89. He served as Tabernacle organist for 27 years where from 1965 to 1991 he accompanied the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, played solos during Music and the Spoken Word, performed hundreds of organ recitals and concerts.

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