Here is the link to my second hymn recording, Dear Lord and Father of Mankind. This is the hymn of the month for Ambleside Online October 2011. Once again, thanks to Cyber Hymnal for their Midi file (which I of course edited so that it sounds a little more realistic.) I do wish I had a better microphone - with this one I sort of have to sing under my breath! But, it will serve the purpose for now. I do hope to upgrade eventually.
I fell in love with the Anglican version of this song. Who wouldn't? So that's the version I'm recording. If you live in the US, you might find it a little more difficult than your average hymn, simply because it goes all over the place. But it truly is beautiful!
Here are a few additional resources for this hymn. I liked them so much I just had to share:
Katherine Jenkins on You Tube
Westminster Abbey on You Tube
Also, this month I'm adding a version without me singing - just the accompaniment, in case your family gets tired of singing along with me!
Link with me singing: https://docs.google.com/leaf?id=0Bzn5JnBFIS3TMjlhNjhiYjktNTBlMS00YzI3LTkxODMtMmQwNzljYTdlZDU5&hl=en_US
Link with just organ accompaniment: https://docs.google.com/leaf?id=0Bzn5JnBFIS3TOTkwYzg4NjMtNTQwZi00ZmEwLWFkNWYtOTZlN2JjNjEzNDgx&hl=en_US
Reminder, my recordings are essentially public domain - feel free to use them for private, educational or church use. Please contact me if you would like to use them for anything else. Thanks!
Again, let me know if you would like to see additional harmonies or anything! My kids are still small, so they're not quite ready for harmonies yet.