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Featuring the Beijing Philharmonic Orchestra national best-selling cellist Steven Nelson delivers another beautiful collection of classics, spirituals, and originals that create a sweet atmosphere of peace. These pieces are elegantly performed and accompanied by popular guest artists such as; Jon Schmidt, Paul Cardall, Ryan Tilby, Marshal McDonald, and more. Songs include; "Come, Come Ye Saints", "Praise to the Man", "Homeward Bound", "Lead Kindly Light", and more.
PHEBE CROSBY PECK KNIGHT
About the Author
Steven Sharp Nelson is currently performing various Summer, Fall, and Winter concerts with Peter Breinholt, Jon Scmidt, Paul Cardall, and others.
Nothing short of beautiful
by Cherilyn - reviewed on November 19, 2008
I listen to this CD more than any other I own. This is most often just as I am about to go to sleep, because its peacefulness and inspiration go hand in hand. The cello is a beautiful instrument, and in this case so wonderfully used to express love for the gospel.
by Customer - reviewed on October 22, 2008
Tender Mercies is a wonderful collection of music. The deep tones of the cello combined with the moving music are the perfect way to start your sabbath day.
A Gorgeous Recording!
by Devin - reviewed on September 29, 2008
He's done it again. Making a full length cello album that kept me captivated. Every piece is exquisite. The full orchestra serene. The album begins with a beautiful solo piece followed by a powerful version of Come, Come Ye Saints with full orchestra. He does Ennio MOrricone's Gabriel's Oboe from the film The Mission which is one of the most beautiful songs I've heard. The entire album continues to flow with a few solo, then orchestra, and with piano and guitar. Thanks Steve for another fantastic recording. There is a very sweet spirit when I play this in my car to work.
In total Awe!
by Christie - reviewed on October 30, 2008
This CD is wonderful. The title track, Tender Mercies is breath taking. I especially enjoyed the arrangement of Praise To The Man. Great, great CD!