‘The Lord Bless You and Keep You’

One singer, four-part harmony: wow! The Lord Bless You and Keep You, by Acapeldridge–you have to admire this creative use of technology to glorify God.

‘Wonderful Grace of Jesus’

If you’ve ever wondered how to sing a four-part harmony with yourself, here’s how: Wonderful Grace of Jesus, sung by Acapeldridge.

Remember, we’re always open for hymn requests. Some of you have been here for years without making one. That’s okay–just letting you know it’s available.

‘The Banner of the Cross’

Back when armies actually marched to get to where they were going, Major Daniel Whittle, 72nd Illinois, wrote this hymn–The Banner of the Cross. Sung in four-part harmony by one man, “Acapeldridge”–something you couldn’t do in Major Whittle’s time.

By Request, ‘Joy to the World’

Jeremy requested Joy to the World by A Capella, but I couldn’t find it. But I did stumble upon this guy “Acapeldridge,” who uses modern technology to–well, he sings in perfect harmony with himself. And it sounds great!

Lyrics by Isaac Watts, 1719–and still growing strong, 299 years later.