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Singers needed for the Church’s new hymnbook audio tracks

Latter-day Saint soloists and choral singers are needed to help record songs for the new hymnbook, which is part of the Church's digital sacred musical collection.
Intellectual Reserve, Inc.

Latter-day Saint singers of all ages are needed for the audio version of the new hymnbook, which will be a central component for incorporating the new music of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Applications are due September 17, 2023.

This paid project will produce two final resources for members of the Church:

  • Melody only recordings. Solo voices will help members of the Church learn the melodies of the hymns through accurate and appealing recordings.
  • Four-part recordings. Vocal quartets will provide singalong recordings for families and small Church units, as well as support learning the written harmony lines.


Applicants must be members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. The project requires soloists who can sing accurately and expressively, and who sing with a fairly moderate vocal style, and choral singers who can blend with other singers and demonstrate an individual part with good vocal tone. Adults, teenagers and children may apply. Voices from a range of cultural backgrounds, including racial and accent diversity are encouraged to apply. Singers will need to incorporate direction quickly and efficiently and have strong vocal technique and musical expression. Studio recording experience is not required but is a plus. …

How to Apply

By September 17, go to this link on, click the “Apply” button and fill out the application form. You will be asked to select solo or choral singer.

Learn more about the project dates, recording location, compensation, audition recording instructions, and how to apply on Church Newsroom.

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