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Our collection of over 150 hymns and 3 Masses (as MIDI files) can be played successfully as a permanent alternative to a live musician, or simply to fill in when your regular person is ill or on vacation. Just email us, and we will send the entire collection to you free of charge. Be sure to tell us the name and location of your church.

Altho much of the music is written by Catholic musicians, over 50 of the hymns are popular with all denominations of Christian churches, many of them having been written in the 1800's.

  • To request your free hymns, as MIDI files to play on a piano or keyboard instrument,
    email me direct, from your own email, at I know this isn't as easy as a pop-up form, but those are very unreliable in new browsers.

  • Or you can call me, toll free, at (1) 800 726-7206 and leave your email address and church name. Please speak slowly and clearly. (The greeting you will hear is because it's my business number.)

    A partial list of music we offer free is:

    Three complete Masses
    Fifteen Christmas carols
    Nine Advent hymns

    Amazing Grace
    To You, O God, I Lift Up My Soul
    Beyond the Days
    Change Our Hearts
    River of Glory
    How Great Thou Art
    Holy Holy Holy
    Lead Me, Lord
    On Eagles Wings
    Faith of our Fathers
    For The Beauty of the Earth
    Let There Be Peace on Earth
    Stand By Me
    Though the Mountains May Fall
    America the Beautiful
    Eternal Father, Strong to Save
    We Are the Light of the World
    Come, Holy Ghost
    Rain Down
    Joyful, Joyful, We Adore Thee
    Lord, Who At Thy First Eucharist
    Here I Am, Lord
    Immaculate Mary
    Hail, Holy Queen
    Prayer of St. Francis
    O Sacrament Most Holy
    Ave Maria
    ...and many more.

    We understand that there is some confusion as to whether a Catholic church must have a live musician or none at all. We inquired of the ruling body, the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, and received the following reply from Father Andrew Menke:

    “Let me offer a few observations. The US Bishops' most recent document on liturgical music ("Sing to the Lord") says that 'recorded music should never become a substitute for the community's singing.' It seems to me that there's a big difference between using recorded music to support singing and using recorded music to replace singing. What you've suggested, (MIDI music in church) doesn't seem to be contrary to liturgical law.
    I don't know that the issue you raise requires any new legislation."

    If you have questions, or wish to receive via email the entire collection, please email us back. We will do our best to help bring this music into your church, as it is right now in ours.

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