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We have set an bold purpose to film in entrance of all Seven Miracles of the Environment. We commenced with the Terrific Wall of China (
As our tour of Brazil approached we set our sights on our subsequent Ponder: Christ the Redeemer. This incredible piece of art soars 10 stories in the air, stretches one hundred toes large and weighs 1.4 million lbs . (630,000 kg). But even much more outstanding is that it was designed in the 1920’s on a peak of a sheer 2,three hundred ft. (seven-hundred meters) cliff overlooking Rio de Janeiro.

Not much from this inspiring statue are the Iguazu Falls on the border of Argentina and Brazil — a organic Ponder of the Environment. Created up of 275 waterfalls that stretch throughout 1.7 miles (2.7 km), to match the volume of h2o that flows down these falls you would need 2 million people today to each and every pour a quart of h2o each individual next.

As we regarded as what piece of music would be worthy of these incomparable places we looked to music that have been composed or used to praise Jesus Christ, for whom the statue was designed and who billions imagine designed all the organic miracles of this globe. We needed to combine the melody of the heartfelt hymn of praise “How Terrific Thou Art” with just one of the most lovely melodies ever published — the theme from the motion picture “The Mission” (“Gabriel’s Oboe.”) “The Mission” is a motion picture that powerfully depicts the life of men that lay down their life for many others. It was also filmed at Iguazu Falls. “How Terrific Thou Art” praises God and all that He has performed for His youngsters on this Earth. The two harmonize so superbly with each and every other, both equally musically and thematically. As we played these pieces in entrance of the Christ Statue and Iguazu Falls we felt an overwhelming feeling of marvel, peace, and pleasure.

This music online video is not intended to exclude everyone that does not imagine in God. We hope that it as a substitute promotes religious thoughts that can be felt by all — gratitude for a lovely Earth, for lifestyle, and for pleasure.

A clever man at the time stated, “If we considered of lifestyle as a gift, we may possibly not desire almost as much from it. And if we lived much more graciously, providing of ourselves much more freely to the very well-getting of many others, numerous of our personal worries would disappear, and lifestyle would grow to be easier for all.”

We respect all beliefs and opinions, but we hope that in the reviews absolutely everyone can set apart religious variances and as a substitute target on constructing each and every other up — by gratitude, inspiration, kindness and mutual respect.

Thank you so much for viewing! We are grateful for you!

“The Mission,” also identified as “Gabriel’s Oboe,” (from the soundtrack of the motion picture “The Mission”) published by Ennio Morricone
“How Terrific Thou Art” is a Christian Hymn based mostly on a Swedish people tune
Arrangement produced by Jon Schmidt
Arrangement published by Al van der Beek, Jon Schmidt & Steven Sharp Nelson
Blended & mastered by Al van der Beek at TPG Studios in Utah
Done by
Jon Schmidt: Piano
Steven Sharp Nelson: Cellos
Online video produced by Paul Anderson
Online video filmed and edited by Shaye Scott & Paul Anderson

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