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New Live Worship CD from The Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir 'Declare Your Name'

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Worship with multi-award winning Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir and over 3000 worshipers as they mightily declare the Name of the Lord. Recorded live in New York, Declare Your Name features 13 NEW songs written by Carol Cymbala and The Brooklyn Tabernacle songwriting team.

Worship with multi-award winning Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir and over 3000 worshipers as they mightily declare the Name of the Lord. Recorded live in New York, Declare Your Name features 13 NEW songs written by Carol Cymbala and The Brooklyn Tabernacle songwriting team. From the inspiring Made To Live For You to the epic New Jerusalem to the powerful  Declare Your Name, this album is sure to ignite your heart in praise. Vocals are enriched by special guests Israel Houghton, Jonathan Butler, Paul Baloche and TaRanda Greene.

The 285 voice choir, directed by Carol Cymbala, wife of Senior Pastor Jim Cymbala, has recorded numerous albums while winning six Grammy awards and eight Dove Awards. In the early 1980’s, Carol decided to “make a little tape for the church” and when she had trouble finding enough appropriate songs, she began writing them herself. After 25 years of recording and live performances, the Choir continues to carry the message of the Gospel around the world.

It is a highly unlikely ensemble, a mixture of ethnic and economic backgrounds, in the heart of a city synonymous with coldness and decay. The choir is made up of attorneys and street people, nurses and ex-crack addicts, a unique cross section of humanity. Pastor Cymbala explains: “None of us would have met if it weren’t for Christ. Our backgrounds are just too diverse. But all of us have one thing in common: we have all been lifted up and saved. So the Choir sings not about a theological position but about what has happened to them. It’s not a theory; it’s a reality.”

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