Download the Congregational Edition and cover art for: “Christ Is Our Peace”, a tasty musical fiesta-setting of the communion liturgy by Steve Eulberg.
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Eulberg was the Director of Music at the Lutheran Campus Ministry at Colorado State University in Fort Collins from 1998-2014. (USA) There he directed a variety of musical ensembles whose talents grace this recording.
“When creating music for worship, I always aim for it to be accessible and energizing, so that the participants can go away singing it throughout the week. The genius of liturgical worship is that people who could not read or write were able to learn the scriptures by what they sang in worship,” Eulberg notes.
This recording features blues, a jazz waltz, an uptown fiesta, acoustic phat, islands, mon!, grunge energy and gentle, confident hope.
Eulberg is joined by musicians from the campus ministry and the community: Nate Lichte (bass), Siri Lichte (flute), Katie Stieber (drums), Jonathan Marston, Paul Gerberding & Steve Finestead (percussion choir), Gretchen Arneson & Jeff Reiker (trumpets) and the vocal talents of Connie and Kaitlin Winter-Eulberg, Paul Gerberding, Jonathan Marston and Roxanne Storlie.
Listen to all the tracks below:
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1. He Is Our Peace (blues)
2. Kyrie (Jazz Waltz)
3. Feast of Victory (up-town fiesta)
4. Words of Life (acoustic phat)
5. Many Gifts, One Spirit (island fiesta)
6. Holy (grunge)
7. Lamb of God (Latin jazz)
8. He Is Our Peace (Instrumental)
9. Kyrie (Instrumental)
10. Feast of Victory (Instrumental)
11. Words of Life (Instrumental)
12. Many Gifts, One Spirit (Instrumental)
13. Holy (Instrumental)
14. Lamb of God (Instrumental)
15. Hometown Boy
A bonus track “Hometown Boy ” is a hard-hitting re-telling of Jesus’ first sermon in his hometown synagogue and features the talents of Russ Hopkins, who also served as the engineer for the project.
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