My Jesus I Love Thee

Today's selection is My Jesus I Love Thee, with music by Adoniram Judson Gordon (1836-1895) and words by William Featherston (1846-1873.) I thought I would experiment with sound effects this time, so picture a few of us sitting around the piano on a rainy day. (It took me a while to dry off the keyboard!)

Seriously, the rain effects were produced by wildpeaks (graphic-designer.com) and the thunder by MM Developer (www.mechanicmatt.com.) Both are free, and you may download your own sound effects at flashkit.com.

This tune would sound great on the cello...

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At 3:27 PM , Anonymous Pfitz said...

Wow! Very nice. I'm going to have to go through here and listen to more.

At 3:45 PM , Blogger Eva said...

Is the rain in the background real? It sounds real. I love the sound of the rain so I love it in the background. Keep it up. I probably won't comment much, but I am thoroughly enjoyig listening to your music.

At 3:42 PM , Blogger Joel Rosenberger said...

Thank you! The rain effects were by wildpeaks at graphic-designer.com. I'm pretty sure that's actual rain you're hearing.

At 6:57 PM , Anonymous Dave Taylor said...

The second fraise is my testimony.I know thow thow art mine

At 6:03 PM , Blogger Bonnie said...

wow, that is beautiful...

At 12:50 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks be to God for giving a person like you to create and play beautiful music on hymnal songs. They really sooth and uplift my spiritual side. Please keep up your good work. The music lights up my day.

Regards in Christ,


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