Rest At the Altar | Music for Prayer & Meditation [Episode 174, August 28, 2019]

“Rest At the Altar” – Instrumental Music

Today’s improvisational interlude is a simple, extended soundtrack of acoustic piano layered with pads and textures. Rather than having an identifiable melody, this piece sustains chords and progressions making it easy to get lost in a time of prayer, meditation, or relaxation without the distraction of a busy melodic line.

I entitled this piece “Rest At the Altar” because it’s similar to the type of background piano/pad music I would play during an altar call at church.

I hope you’re able to find time to pull away and listen, pray, meditate, or relax.

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Fred McKinnon is a Pianist/Composer from St. Simons Island, GA. Checkout the full BIO for more information and a complete bio. Worship Interludes Podcast - This podcast features instrumentals for prayer, meditation, soaking worship, relaxation, study music, and rest. Visit the Podcast page to listen or subscribe. Follow on Social MediaFacebookYouTubeInstagramTwitter

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