The Mission / How Great Thou Art – The Piano Guys and The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square

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The Tabernacle at Temple Square welcomed The Guys as a special visitor on their "Music & the Spoken Word" broadcast on Sunday, August 28th, 2022. This was the first time that The Piano Guys had ever joined The Tabernacle and Orchestra on stage.

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23 Comments

  1. My mother’s favorite hymn, “How Great Thou Art” – she asked for it to be sung at her funeral. So I always think of her when I hear this. This is lovely. Thank you.

    1. My mother told me I was to sing this song at her funeral and I did! It was hard to think about but I had a Peace come over me from her spirit! ❤️❤️😇

    2. Same but for my grandmother. I sang it and her favorite Ave Maria as well. Both songs have a different feel when I hear and sing them.

  2. This song is on repeat…

    I remember hearing this song performed live in Florida when TPG came and I was so moved by this song, I had to stand at the end. It was an ovation, of course, to the performance, but mostly an ovation to God.

    Thank you for expressing this song in passion!

    Many Blessings…

  3. Vocês são incríveis. Uma das músicas de vocês é tema do meu casamento, acompanho vocês tem mais de 11 anos! Parabéns.

  4. Thank you, it was great to enjoy the solemn and vibrant performance. 🙏🏼

  5. Absolutely awesome! It brings tears of joy for such God inspired music. Thank you ever so much!!

  6. Definitivamente, me emocionou!
    A música, o coral, o ambiente, o visual…. tudo perfeito.
    Parabéns Guys! ❤🎉

  7. The Mission is one of the most beautiful pieces of music! I love that you put it together with How Great Thou Art. ❤👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼❤

  8. The looks on Jon 2:37 and Steven’s faces throughout the performance says it all. They are also so moved by their great work. I thank God every time I listen to your music. Such talent. Blessings to you and all the listeners. God is Good. . .All the time.

  9. Wow I have no words but simply beautiful ✨ How Great Thou Art has always been one of my favorite hymns

  10. Gabriel’s Oboe is one of the greatest pieces ever written, IMHO. Beautifully performed!

  11. 아름다운 연주곡 잘 들었습니다~감사합니다~🎵🎹🎻🌿🍀☘🌹🌹☘🍀🌿❤❤수고 많으셨습니다~☕☕

  12. This is absolutely heavenly and so gorgeous with the choir – loved it! 🤗

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