Wondrous Easter

November 5, 2012 - By 
Wondrous Easter

Introducing the newest member of the “Wondrous” piano collections (including Wondrous Hymns, Books 1 & 2, and Wondrous Christmas), Wondrous Easter! I absolutely love this collection of songs intended for Easter Sunday morning. If you’re looking for a great resource for resurrection celebrations, look no further!

Wondrous Easter

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Purchase your copy today.

Publisher’s description: These fresh, contemporary arrangements will inspire pianists and congregations during Easter celebrations. Titles: All Glory, Laud and Honor * Because He Lives * Christ Arose * Christ the Lord Is Risen Today * Easter Song * God So Loved the World * He Lives * In the Garden * Then Came the Morning * Thine Is the Glory.

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  • Do you have any control or input into the design of your covers, James?

  • And, does that bother you? 🙂

  • Okay. I’ll level with you. In most cases I have had no input into my covers. I am thankful for the art departments who work on these projects, but I will admit, in my opinion, I have not had much success in this area. Being a graphic designer by hobby most certainly heightens my sensitivity on this issue. In this case, providing what is apparently Roman Catholic artwork (a depiction that is hardly biblical, by the way) on a collection of evangelical gospel songs displays a complete lack of understanding of me and my direct constituency. However, I’ll admit to have little or no understanding of the publisher’s marketing philosophy and decision making purposes. In the final analysis, I choose to believe that the publisher has the product’s best interest in mind, and so while I may disagree with the decision, I’m not going to loose any sleep over it.

    Lol… you might have hit a nerve!

  • Sniff, sniff, I smell a blog post coming on. Not by you, by me.

    This hits a nerve with me as well, and I’ve been mulling it all over for some time for my blog.

    Although the superhero Jesus bustin’ out the ground in that cover is pretty sweet. [sarcasm]

  • And while I’m ranting, can I just say that your Facebook plugin drives me nuts whenever I visit your site. It takes over the screen like a pop-up from 1998 disallowing me from doing anything until I “x” it out. Is there a setting that would disable it by IP address for repeat visitors or something?

    I mean, if I don’t “like” you now, am I really going to “like” you later. 🙂

    I don’t mean to be harsh about it, but I thought you’d want the feedback from a regular visitor to your site. It’s a turnoff.

    I even attached a picture of my face so you’d have an emotion to associate with my message.

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