‘Praise to the Lord, the Almighty’

It’s not easy to sing a quintet by yourself, but that’s what David Wesley achieves.

Posted by my friend “OhioChessFan” on my chess page–Praise To the Lord the Almighty, sung in glorious harmony by David Wesley.

By Request, ‘The King Is Born Tonight’

Requested by Joshua: by the magic of a capella looping, David Wesley sings The King Is Born Tonight.

Personal note: a blast from the past! This tune was first sung in 1939–in the Zulu language–and became a hit when it was translated into English as “The Lion Sleeps Tonight (Whimoway).” I haven’t heard it since I was a schoolboy. Lovely music, put to a new and lovely use! And now the tune’s going to be in my head all day.

By Request, ‘How Deep the Father’s Love For Us’

Requested by Joshua, How Deep the Father’s Love for Us, by Stuart Townend. Sung by David Wesley–with a little technology that allows him to be a one-man a capella choir. Very nice use of technology! But anything that glorifies God is to our profit.

By Request, ‘Elohim’

I have to admit this moved me: Elohim, sung by David Wesley. The background pictures of God’s handiwork–well, that always moves me, too.

Requested by Susan–and hey, everybody: we take hymn requests, and anyone can make one. Step right up, don’t be bashful: the hymn shop’s open every day, and everything in it is free.

‘10,000 Reasons (Bless the Lord)’

This one’s for Susan–and yes, you can request hymns for two days in a row, the hymn shop’s always open.

Ten Thousand Reasons, by David Wesley–beautiful, isn’t it?