Thai-Psalm Music-Arts Video filmed at the Bangkok National Museum

Deep in the heart of Thailand, at the Bangkok National Museum – site of the former 18th-Century Palace Grounds next to the Grand Palace – is where the Thai-Psalm Project music video is being filmed and produced. The Thai-Psalm Project marks the first time in Thailand’s history that the Psalms of the Bible have been
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Choir Anthem “Behold How Good and How Lovely” by Arnfield Cudal now available

Behold, How Good and How Lovely (Psalm 133) Music composed by Arnfield P. Cudal for Organ, Treble Voice, Choir, & Congregation (SSAATTBB) A richly elegant and grand choir anthem with an expressive melody for treble voice and rich harmonious sections for the choir. The congregation sings a simple 4-part antiphon and the anthem ends with
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Choral Composition for Chorus & Pipe Organ “Behold, How Good and How Lovely” Performed at Palm Beach Atlantic University

Palm Beach Atlantic University’s Concert Choir performs Arnfield Cudal’s new work “Behold, How Good and How Lovely,” a musical setting for Psalm 133 composed for Choir and Organ, featuring Elizabeth Fisher, soprano, at the PBA Spring Choral Concert, 2018. Dr. Geoffrey Holland, conductor Dr. Arnfield Cudal, organist “What a gorgeous anthem! It takes the listener
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Recently Translated Books Released in Thailand

The Incomparable Lord Jesus Christ by Richfield Cudal and The Ultimate Guide to Worship Arts by Arnfield Cudal have both been translated into the Thai language and released in Thailand this past year. 250 copies were sold and distributed at the 50th anniversary of PABWE Thai churches in Sam Roi Yot, Thailand, October 2017. A 2nd printing of 200 books were printed and distributed July 2018 at theWorship Arts and Church Music Conference in Nonthaburi, Thailand.

John 1’s Magnificent Paean of Jesus Christ (Official Music-Arts Video) เพลงนมัสการ เพลงสรรเสริญพระเจ้า ของ ยอห์น 1:1-5 / 9-14

From the Kingdom of Thailand: A lavish new production extolling the Gospel of John’s magnificent paean (hymn) about Jesus Christ (John 1:1-5 / 9-14) featuring the HARK Duriya Tasana Singers and Dancers, set to festive Thai Isaan (mohlam) music. Filmed on location at Mahidol University, Salaya, Bangkok, with members & faculty of the Bunditpatanasilpa Institute
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John 1 Music Video (OFFICIAL TRAILER) เพลงนมัสการ เพลงสรรเสริญพระเจ้า ของ ยอห์น 1:1-5 / 9-14

Soon to be released: New 2017 Music-Arts Video HARK MUSIC PUBLICATIONS is pleased to present a lavish new production extolling the Gospel of John’s magnificent paean (hymn) about Jesus Christ (John 1:1-5 / 9-14) featuring the HARK Duriya Tasana Singers and Dancers, set to festive Thai Isaan (mohlam) music. Filmed on location at Mahidol University,
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Sunday on the Waterfront Concert – West Palm Beach, FL – Bárbara Padilla

HARK Music, the City of West Palm Beach, and Palm Beach Atlantic University invite guests to experience a special Sunday on the Waterfront concert featuring Bárbara Padilla and the Palm Beach Atlantic University Symphony. Vibrant, crossover soprano Bárbara Padilla, a finalist on the fourth season of America’s Got Talent, will perform a collection of colorful
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West Palm Beach Waterfront Hosts Cancer Survivor and Opera Star Bárbara Padilla

By Meg McEwen – How cancer led America’s Got Talent runner-up Bárbara Padilla to the big stage.
When the Guadalajaran doctors told young opera singer Bárbara Padilla that she had Hodgkin’s Lymphoma, she had no idea that God would orchestrate this tragedy as the propellant of her career. Her survival story led her to the United States, where she would eventually be discovered by NBC’s America’s Got Talent. In 2009 she placed second in the wildly popular and nationally recognized talent show. Her vocal cords were supposed to be scorched by intense radiation treatment, yet she continues to share her testimony and sing internationally to this day.

Bárbara is the featured artist with the PBA Symphony at the Palm Beach Post’s Sunday on the Waterfront Concert at the City of West Palm Beach’s Meyer Amphitheatre:
Sunday, November 20, 2016 at 4:00 PM.
Admission is free, no tickets required.

Book on Worship by Dr. Arnfield P. Cudal

There have been many misunderstandings and myths about the role of music in church. These myths have led many to believe that music is a barometer of their devotion to God, an elixir for the spirit, a pathway to God, or a channel for the presence of God.

But the Bible makes no such claims.

Drawing on lifelong church ministry, study, reflection, and observation, international music producer, composer, music director, organist / choirmaster, and pianist, Dr. Arnfield P. Cudal points to a better way to gauge the realness of our worship and demonstrate our true love to God.

All the music needed for proper emotional expression, spiritual refreshment, and development — the psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs — is found in this ultimate guide to worship arts: the Bible.

Popular Thai Pop Star Christy Gibson Releases New Single ‘Rejoice!’

By Meg McEwen Watch on YouTube » The face of the east meets the west as Thai pop star Christy Gibson teams with Hark Music Publications to produce the 2016 single “Rejoice!” The sacred song expresses Scripture using secular Thai pop, Latino cumbia, and classical music. “Rejoice!” communicates a worshipful intensity while appealing to modern
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Young Millennials Looking for Truth in Art and Music

Millennials, and those looking for meaningful ways to enhance their relationship with God, are seeking for Biblical truth in art and music. The source for truth is the Word of God and so putting the Word of God to musical settings is an excellent way of communicating Biblical truth. A millennial writes, “There comes a
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Reviving Traditions and Setting Precedents for Christian Music in the Kingdom of Thailand

Reviving Traditions. Setting Precedents. Music of the Bible in the Kingdom of Thailand. Setting the words of Scripture to music is a practice modeled in the Bible by King David himself. David set a precedent in establishing a tradition of setting texts of Scripture to music. Ever since, for almost three millennia now, the Psalms,
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