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More Favorites Added to Best of The Tabernacle Choir

There's no question, that music streaming services have taken over how we listen to music. The  Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square is no exception. In today’s world, you don’t need a tape deck – who remembers those? – or a CD player or even a record player to enjoy your favorite Choir music on demand! Now, digital music streaming gives you access to all the songs you love and playlists on the Choir’s Spotify channel make it easy. Video versions are available on the Choir’s YouTube channel.

Since Spring 2022 The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square has created playlists that include "Best of The Tabernacle Choir,” “Meditate with The Tabernacle Choir,” “Easter with The Tabernacle Choir,” “Study with The Tabernacle Choir” and “The Tabernacle Choir and Friends.”  Each of these playlists fits a niche for listening and all have been hugely successful. These streaming options are part of the Choir’s "digital first" focus to broaden opportunities to have Choir music always available. 





The popularity of  the playlist stream “Best of The Tabernacle Choir” on Spotify and YouTube has prompted Choir music director Mack Wilberg to add more music favorites to this playlist including “Amazing Grace,” “Come, Come Ye Saints,” “Down to the River to Pray,” and  “Redeemer of Israel.” Already the list includes “Consider the Lilies,” “Battle Hymn of the Republic,” “How Firm a Foundation” and many others. New to the playlist are “A Child’s Prayer,” “All Creatures of Our God and King,” "It Is Well with My Soul,” “Guide Us, O Thou Great Jehovah,” “I Feel My Savior’s Love,” “Have I Done Any Good,” “Let Us All Press On,” “Lord, I Would Follow Thee,” “Love Divine, All Loves Excelling,” “Morning Has Broken,” and “Worthy Is the Lamb.”

 How do playlists work?  Playlists simply organize music streaming choices of audio – or video – collections of music. Playlists can be played sequentially or shuffled depending on what you want to hear. 

Confused about how to access playlists? You can learn more  -- how to start, where to start – in this informative article “Choir Music Streaming for Beginners.”