Thrill number three: These consecrated women, who spend their lives praying, farming, and sewing vestments in rural Missouri, are gentle as doves, yet wise as serpents when it comes to producing a top-tier album. The arrangements of all songs was done by prioress Mother Cecelia, a former horn player from the Columbus Symphony Orchestra. She then secured the services of Grammy and Oscar winning producer Glenn Rosenstein, who came out to the prairie, set up a mobile recording studio, and in three days captured the sisters’ performances for the rest of us.
Word of this pure, ethereal music plus it’s flawless production values has already gotten out. Now Two days before it’s 11/20 release, Advent at Ephesus already ranks an amazing #146 among all music CDs and #10 in classical music.
So get in line, quick! Before they’re all gone.
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