Hear much loved hymns re-imagined and arranged for piano and orchestra. Perfect background music for your quiet time and to bring a peaceful, calm to your home.
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Hear much loved hymns re-imagined and arranged for piano and orchestra.
We Have an Anchor
Jesus Loves Me
I Need Thee Every Hour
Man of Sorrows
I Stand Amazed inthe Presence / Crown Him With Many Crowns
I Surrender All
Holy, Holy, Holy! Lord God Almighty!
Praise to The Lord, The Almighty
Are You Washed in the Blood?
Lead Me To Calvary
Tell Me The Story of Jesus
And Can It Be?
Man of Sorrows (Vocal Arrangement)
Lead Me To Calvary (Vocal Arrangement)
Nathan Glenn piano
Rachel Lau flute
Brienne Gawler oboe
Donald Mayne trumpet/flugelhorn
David Lau violin/viola
Petronella van Tienen vocals
Melbourne-born composer, pianist, arranger Nathan Glenn began his musical journey at age three when he commenced piano lessons, and began composing when he was eight. His compositional works have extended from piano solos into works written for cinematic orchestra and symphonic band. Nathan also learnt the flute, clarinet, violin, oboe, and guitar, coming third in a national wind and brass competition on the clarinet. He received his AMusA and LMusA diplomas in piano at ages fourteen and sixteen respectively.
Nathan has won numerous awards for his performances and compositions in eisteddfods, and was one of five state finalists twice in the Yamaha Australian Youth Piano Competition. Nathan's works have been performed by orchestras and symphonic bands in Australia and internationally. In 2016, He was nominated as one of three international finalists for the SABAM Award for Best Young International Composer. The Brussels Philharmonic performed his entry for this award, conducted by maestro Dirk Brossé, at the 16th edition of the World Soundtrack Awards Gala concert during Film Fest Gent 2016. A couple months later, the international Soundtracks Competition 'Film Music 2016' named Nathan as an international finalist in two categories, plus a special prize for the 'Adventure' genre. Most recently, Nathan was named first-place in Australia in the Third Edition of the “Maurice Ravel” International Composition Competition, and also reached the finals in two categories for the same competition.
In 2015, Nathan released his debut orchestral album entitled 'Hope - An Orchestral Journey', and his second solo album in 2017 – 'The Perfect Moment' – an outpouring of expressions and experiences of life through a conversation between piano and orchestra. During 2016 he collaborated with music/kindergarten teacher Heather Monro to co-produce a resource for teachers in kinder and early primary classes, called 'Don't Be Serious'. This comprehensive teacher manual along with an accompanying audio CD is full of orchestral music from many different genres, and won an international Gold award in 2017.
In addition to being a musician/composer/arranger, he is a professional software developer, website designer, graphic designer, and a competitive natural bodybuilder.