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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

Communion | Guest Pianist/Artist, Neil Patton [Episode 155, May 31, 2019]

“Communion” – Piano Solo by Guest Pianist, Neil Patton

It’s been a crazy week for me as I’ve been in the process of moving. The building where my company’s office is located was recently sold and all of the tenants who occupied the big, shared office space have had to move out. It’s been a week-long process which was the perfect time to share some wonderful interludes by guest artists.

Earlier this week you enjoyed a guest post by Robby Davis. Neil Patton is another colleague and pianist who is part of the Whisperings Piano Artists family. He submitted this beautiful piano composition, “Communion” as a guest post for the Worship Interludes Podcast.

About Neil Patton:

www.NeilPatton.net

Neil Patton is a pianist, composer, singer and teacher in Eugene, OR. His music for solo piano is a unique fusion of Classical, New Age, Folk and Rock influences that has emotionally impacted listeners around the globe. He has released four critically acclaimed collections of original solo piano music since 2007. His 2015 album, “Between Shadow and Light” was awarded Album of the Year at MainlyPiano.com. He works as a private piano instructor and freelance musician, as well as serving as Pastor of Worship Arts at his local church.

“There are a lot of really good pianists on the contemporary piano scene, but only a few are breath-taking, and Neil Patton is one of those.”

Kathy Parsons, MainlyPiano.com

Links:
www.neilpatton.net
http://www.smarturl.it/NPsolitaire
https://store.cdbaby.com/Artist/NeilPatton

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Refresh My Soul – Guest Artist, Robby Davis [Episode 154, May 28, 2019]

“Refresh My Soul” – Piano Instrumental Music for Prayer, Meditation, Soaking Worship, and Relaxation

Today’s episode of the Worship Interludes Podcast is the work of a guest artist, Robby Davis. I met Robby back in February at a gathering of solo piano artists from the Whisperings Solo Piano Radio broadcast. We soon realized we had some mutual friends and had a lot in common as we’d both served as church musicians.

As soon as I began to play this piece I was immersed in a gentle, peaceful melody that was perfect for the podcast. Such beauty, such sensitivity, such anointing.

Be sure and visit Robby’s links below and let him know how grateful you are for his bringing this beautiful melody to our times of devotion, prayer, quiet time, and meditation.

Links for Robby Davis

Web: www.robbydavismusic.com
Facebook: Facebook.com/robbydavismusic
Instagram: @davis_robby
Twitter: @davis_robby
Pandora: Pandora.com/artist/robby-davis

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Mysteries of God | Piano Instrumental Interlude [Episode 153, May 21, 2019]

“Mysteries of God” – A Piano Instrumental Interlude by Fred McKinnon

I began this interlude this morning with no preparation or thought. I finished my morning devotional and, to be honest, was in a bit of a hurry. I sat down and played this opening motif and felt inspired. After a couple of ideas I hit record and this beautiful piece came flowing forth. As I played I kept pondering on the vast mysteries and greatness of God Almighty.

After completing this improvised solo I began to search for the images to make the official video below. While doing this I found the Scripture reference that I was already thinking of:

Can you fathom the mysteries of God? Can you probe the limits of the Almighty? They are higher than the heavens above—what can you do? They are deeper than the depths below—what can you know? Their measure is longer than the earth and wider than the sea

Job 11:7-9

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