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October 06, 2007


Ruth Gouldbourne

Jim, I love this CD - I also found it a couple of years ago, after hearing Let all mortal flesh on Classic FM when I was in the car. I had to draw into the side of the road to listen, and then hunted down the CD. I've almost played it out. It's wonderful. So glad to hear somebody else putting into words what it means to me.

Andy P

This sounds good. Have you come across Officium where the Hilliard Ensemble and the saxophonist Jan Garbarek make music together exploring chant, polyphony and renaissance motet? Hearing the saxaphone soaring over these four voices touches my spirit in a profound way.

Jason Goroncy

'It was as if the Holy Spirit pulled up the blinds, and left me with my eyes screwed up against early streaming sunlight.' ... Jim, what a great gift you have with words.


Yes Jim, your ability with words is amazing. I read in awe everytme I visit your blog!

Rosana Hart

I've recently been steeping myself in all things saxophone while creating my saxophone site you can get to by clicking on my name. This sparked a desire to expand my collection of saxophone music, but I hadn't taken the time to look around. I was wanting something I could steep myself in, and when I stumbled across this page, I went and listened and immediately bought the mp3 download version. Thank you so much! I will be linking to this page from my own site later, when I do the music section.

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