Easter, Christmas, Baptism, and Gospel Praise Music for a Church Choir Barbershop Quartet Praise Band

by Dave Stauffer and the Believers

Released 2012
Stauf Ent., Inc.
Released 2012
Stauf Ent., Inc.
Folk-rock pop gospel songs that make liberal use of four-part harmonies and enticing melodies.
The album's music is the newest wave of melodic, harmonious Christian pop Gospel music.

The song, "Easter Praise of the Passion of Jesus Christ on Good Friday for a Church Choir Barbershop Quartet" is a very emotional description of the passion of Jesus, as expressed by Jesus, himself, with the words he spoke in the Garden of Gethsemene and when he was hanging on the cross. The story is told via very melodic four-part harmony singing. After it was performed in Dave Stauffer's church, one lady who heard it said that she almost cried because of the passion in the song. It is a Palm Sunday or Good Friday song more than an Easter morning song, because it describes, in Jesus' own words, the passions and prayers in Jesus' mind as he suffered and died.

The Baptism song includes the typical baptism questions by the minister and responses by the parents and sponsors--only in a very rock and roll song.

The Christmas song tells, in four-part harmony, how God is the giver of all Christmas gifts.

The Easy To BE God's Child, So Easy song is a jazz arrangement of the very simple Good News of Christianity.

Dave Stauffer has written, directed and produced the one-hour, forty-minute movie, “The Stauffer Bros.’ Story” about two rising rock music teenagers. It shows two dozen clips of their starting gigs—including some that turned out to be all-star performances.
Dave Stauffer has written and produced three albums that are currently being played in the pop culture. Each human story in each song of Dave Stauffer’s three CD albums is taken from the dramatic story in one of the musical screenplays of Dave Stauffer’s nine-movie screenplay series, “Sow Y’oats!” The songs can be found at:
In the nine related stories, the same characters are followed from the age of six to their middle age in many dramatic, insightful, religious, and romantic subplots.
The nine screenplays incorporate about ninety original songs that Dave Stauffer has written, and his talented band of singers and musicians has recorded. The plots have a lot to do with dating, maturing, and philosophy dealing with God—and so do the songs they sing. In several of the songs, the singers speak their lines in or during the song, which adds a deep meaning to the words of the songs. By listening to the words and the mood of the music, each listener can feel the emotion of the dramatic event that the song describes in the screenplay.
To write his songs, Dave Stauffer has drawn on his many years of singing in church choirs as well as his years of singing, playing bass and guitar, and writing songs in several rock and roll bands that played for years in smoky bars and taverns. Along the way, he acquired a community of outstanding singers and musicians to record his popular, harmonious songs.

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