Christmas: A Season of Hope [Resource Disk Download]

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A Season of Hope, the new Christmas record from Don Moen, is now available as a Resource Disk! This disc includes Split Tracks, Chord Charts and Piano/Vocal/Guitar Sheet Music for the entire album. Christmas standards “Joy to the World,” “Angels We Have Heard on High,” “Silent Night,” and “The First Noel” are among the ten songs woven together by Moen accompanied by the Prague Symphony to create a tapestry of remarkably warm yet indescribably beautiful melodies creating A Season of Hope.

Whether you are the worship leader of your church or a worshiper at home, this disc is an essential companion to the listening CD.

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A Season of Hope, the new Christmas record from Don Moen, is now available as a Resource Disk! With over 5 million records sold world-wide, Moen brings holiday classics and new Christmas tunes together to create a message of unending hope available for every listener. This disc includes Split Tracks, Chord Charts and Piano/Vocal/Guitar Sheet Music for the entire album. Christmas standards “Joy to the World,” “Angels We Have Heard on High,” “Silent Night,” and “The First Noel” are among the ten songs woven together by Moen accompanied by the Prague Symphony to create a tapestry of remarkably warm yet indescribably beautiful melodies creating A Season of Hope. Whether you are the worship leader of your church or a worshiper at home, this disc is an essential companion to the listening CD.

“My Christmas prayer is that I would remain close to God, and He close to me. With all the suffering in the world today, there is the temptation to fall to fear… we need to be near the Lord.. we need the Hope of Christmas.” – Don Moen

Song list:

1  It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year | 2  O Have Ye Not Known / Good Christian Men Rejoice | 3  Season of Hope | 4  Joy | 5  Holy Lamb of God | 6  Agnus Dei / O Come Let Us Adore Him | 7  Some Children See Him | 8  Mary, Did You Know? | 9  My Christmas Prayer | 10 Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas

3 reviews for Christmas: A Season of Hope [Resource Disk Download]

  1. Rated 3 out of 5

    That may be true if the showcase etixsed in a vacuum, but given Apple’s long list of false PR statements, this is obviously just a continuation of that same initiative to misinform the masses.At the end of the day, Adobe is not the one spinning lies, or filling people’s heads with falsehoods.One of these companies is completely full of sh!t. And it certainly is not Adobe. @ snickelfritz Double your RIA budget!? I would at least increase by 400%. Keep in mind,1. you still need to develop the flash version to server the majority of web users who don’t support HTML5.2. You also need to add tweaks for each specific browser vendor, and revisit your code everytime a new browser is released (ala circa 1999).3. If you want decent performance on most mobile devices, Flash will outperform HTML5 (or rather Javascript) by a fair margin.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Hi Lee,There are a few things you may have got wrong: The page works on iPhone and iPad, and peorfrm well. Not all features are supported though, and so although you can do the perspective and mask video test on iPad, you can’t on iPhone.The number of those 160 HTML5 tests that the browser can handle isn’t the whole story. If you tell Chrome to pretend to be Safari, you can view the page, but some of the demos don’t work, others work badly. In the case of the transitions demo there is only a short list of ones that will work in Chrome.So, although most HTML5 demos out there do peorfrm badly on iPad, and make it seem like peorfrmance from 10 years ago, this demo page isn’t one of those. The demos do actually work well on Safari, and not so well on Chrome.

  3. Rated 4 out of 5

    (If I were Lee I wouldn’t even post all the auoynmons stop complaining! complaints. It doesn’t add anything useful to the discussion.)This current behavior displayed by Apple illustrates one of my biggest disenchantments with HTML5 in general. HTML5 offers some cool stuff I hope to take advantage of some day, but as a whole the experience is still a disaster of incoherency I had to install a new browser and still all the demos didn’t work right, and then I read quotes from other browsers criticizing this one. It seems as long as there are multiple proprietary browser vendors there will always be this struggle, as there always has been. I’m trying to keep on top of web tools since it’s my profession, so thanks for this post, I might have missed these Apple HTML5 demos.

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