Frequently Asked Questions
Yes! Jason Hoard is currently producing an album of eight psalm-settings by David Albracht. The contemporary musical styles have elements of rock, folk, country, jazz, and classical. Jason has brought together a group of highly gifted musicians and singers for this project. The new album commemorates The Psalm Book of Charles Knowles, first published in 1957.
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Digital downloads (MP3 files) can be sent as gifts via an electronic GiftCard. Your designated gift recipient will receive an email containing a message from you with a GiftCard voucher that is good for any item available for purchase at davidasaphproject.com (including physical CD’s). The GiftCard contains a coupon code that is entered at the time of checkout.
Yes, sheet music for SATB choir & piano works are now available. Sheet music for choir & orchestra works will be available soon.
Chord charts for songs from the contemporary studio album recordings are planned, but may take a while to develop. Please let us know which songs you would like to see developed first for chord charts. Contact us.
We need help promoting our first full-orchestra & choir recording, which features Paul Ayres’ arrangements of Psalm 66, vs. 1-4, Psalm 115, and Psalm 48. Please visit our GoFundMe page for details.
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