There are a great variety of ways to find the music for my books. It matters not if you choose Amazon Prime, iTunes, Spotify; or YouTube; the important thing is that you find a way that is comfortable and reliable, so that you will be able to access the music several times.

I prefer to use Spotify for most of my musical needs. This wonderful site offers a program that you can download safely onto your computer, enabling you to access a wondrous library of music in all genres. Once you have downloaded Spotify, you can type my suggested music into the search engine and easily find the musical selection.

You might also find these selections at your local library, either in person or through the many digital online resources many libraries now offer free to the public. I encourage you to ask your librarian for guidance in this area; you will be amazed at the resources that are close to home. Most of the pieces within this book are just a taste of a much larger work, and so only a doorway into further listening pleasure. Because of this, I have included recommended recordings throughout the book for you to use should you decide to look for the complete works.Finally, you may also like to watch these pieces being performed, and for this reason I have provided a playlist on YouTube. Type “Jennifer Rundlett A Joyful Sound” into the YouTube search engine to locate the playlist for this book. 
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To find my playlist on Spotify you can use this link for a free download

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The above link will take you to the companion playlist for My Dancing Day: Reflections of the Incarnation in Art and Music. You may also wish to explore my

FORTY-DAY JOURNAL playlist.




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I HAVE CREATED A PLAYLIST OF VIDEOS THAT WORKS AS A COMPANION TO MY BOOK.