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Tuesday, January 4, 2011
Select Spiritual Classics by David Martin

Note: This is a guest post composed by David Martin. Please leave your questions for David either in the comments section below or contact him using the contact information at the bottom of this post.

Happy New Year!

Myself and a female vocalist recently recorded an attractive music CD which we are making available to the public. It is a unique blend of spiritual classics and instrumentals (Select Spiritual Classics) consisting of 8 piano-vocals and 4 piano solos. I've included some samples below that you can hear @

Attached also is a photo of the vocalist on the CD, Yvonne Cheng, who has concertized throughout Europe and the U.S. and who is the vocalist for the Cardinal Kung Foundation which celebrates the Traditional Latin Mass. Yvonne and myself did this recording with the intention of dusting off some of these old musical treasures and bringing them to light for a modern world. We hope you like them.

In Christ and His Holy Mother,

David Martin
Select Spiritual Classics

Yvonne Cheng Soprano
David Martin Piano

Ave Maria - 2:32
Panis Angelicus - 3:27 
Cesar Franck 
Our Lady of the Roses - 5:00
David Martin-Bill Dykes   
Archangel Michael - 1:26  
SMWA Traditional   
Ave Maris Stella - 2:32 
9th century Gregorian   
Kyrie - 2:35 
15th century Gregorian   
Sanctus-Benedictus - 1:42  
11th century Gregorian   
"Ihr halt nun Traurigkeit" from German Requiem - 5:25

Piano Solo
Prelude in G Minor (WTC) -  2:14 
J.S. Bach   
Two Part Invention in D Minor - 0:40  
J.S. Bach   
Prelude in B Minor - 2:12  
Polonaise Op. 53 - 7:09  

Produced by David Martin and Yvonne Cheng for Our Lady's Workers of Southern California. Recorded November 2010. Copyright 2010 Our Lady's Workers.
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