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By Rachel BrunerMay 3, 2008
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Who are the Sons of Ammon? I thought they must have been older songs until the new Apostle song came out and the John 14 song, “Hey there Delilah.” I believe that song didn’t come out until 2006. Who are these guys? Why do they do everything for free? Why don’t they have a web page or something?
Thanks for your questions. The Sons of Ammon have actively been putting together these wonderful songs for us and are working on updating the Book of Mormon songs for next year. The Sons of Ammon made these songs for their own use and then were so gracious as to share them with the rest of us. They found that submitting them here was a great way for others to know of them and use them.
Tell Sons of Ammon they are terrific! Many blessings wished upon them for sharing their talents. Gave a SM quiz to the kids today and a few said, “I was stumped, til I started singing the song in my head!”
Are there any copyright issues we should worry about??
No, the sheet music can be copied and used for personal or church use.
is there a download for these songs?
Yes, you just need to click on the link to go into the page that links to all the songs. For example, the D&C Scripture songs are found here:
There are instructions on how to download the songs, including a zip file that has all the songs in one downloadedable file.
It would sure be helpful if the Sons of Ammon could record a version without the lyrics….just humming the melody so the kids could sing it themselves or we can do karaoke.
Larnie: The Old Testament songs were recorded without the words, just the music. I don’t know if they did the others but will ask. If not, these are the only ones I currently have on the site.
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