How does a worshiper express adoration? Sometimes it will be with a joyful shout of praise; but at other times, it may be through a quietly spoken prayer. Master craftsman Robert Lau has captured the full range of these expressions in styles ranging from bold to intimate, and he provides fresh, evocative material for use throughout the church year. Spirituals and folk hymns are featured side-by-side with classics like O Worship the King. Of special interest are three original compositions, including a new Trumpet Tune that will serve as an exultant prelude or postlude. Titles are: Festal Prelude on "O Worship the King"; Humbly I Adore Thee; Variations on Old Hundredth; Cantilena; Trumpet Tune; There Is a Balm In Gilead; Pastorale and Children of the Heavenly Father.
- Festal Prelude on "O Worship the King"
- Humbly I Adore Thee
- Variations on "Old Hundredth"
- Trumpet Tune
- There Is a Balm in Gilead
- Children of the Heavenly Father