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Tim Smith

Just added Et in Terra Pax, from Bach's Mass in B minor. Personally I prefer the version by the American Back Soloists on Magnatune.com, it's a little faster


wow - this is fun! what's weird is i have no idea who has added what. love the high and dry hexidecimal mix whoever added that!


be fun guessing though!


Shame that playing the resulting playlist in public breaches the Spotify terms and conditions. From the Spotify FAQ:

Can I use Spotify to play music in my bar, restaurant, store, etc?
No, the Terms & Conditions that you agree to when registering for Spotify states that Spotify is for personal, non-commercial use.


how ever when spotify releases the mobile version/apple app you can have silent disco colobratvie DJ parties



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    where i come across creative ideas, liturgies, movies, music tracks, service outlines or anything that strikes me, i add them as worship tricks. i started these in april 2002 when i first began blogging and they have built up over the years so that i am now on the third series. this has proved a pretty popular feature of the blog.

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