• Naming Your Files

    Wow, there are a lot of people on the ball out there, with submissions coming in thick and fast. It is really important that you stick to the file naming protocol as set out in the instructions or else we won’t be able to use your recordings. We don’t want that to happen to anyone. If you have a uploaded a file already and you haven’t named it as per the protocol, just rename it and upload it again.  

  • Submitting Your Recordings

    When you are ready to submit your recordings, please visit our Ready to Submit page where you will be invited to fill in a subscription form. Please only fill in this form when you are ready to submit a recording. You will then be directed to a page giving you instructions on what to do next. When you do receive your emailed submission link, please choose the appropriate folder to upload your recordings into. We look forward to receiving them.

  • Resource Pack Update

    Wow, what a response to the links on our Resource Pack page!! So much so that people may have had some difficulty accessing the downloads. If you have been sent a link from someone else via email then it may no longer be valid as all the links have been refreshed, but you can access the new links on the Resource Pack page now. We have also added a Backing Tracks Playlist and a Learning Tracks Playlist to the page so that you can stream the tracks directly from your device. Also the Music Tracks and Charts are now available for download directly from our site.

  • Press

      Press Release – The Irish Blessing Churches “Vision” for frontline workers Singers and musicians from churches across Ireland join together in “virtual” tribute/blessing for frontline workers. In recognition of the dedicated service of all involved in providing essential services during these restricted times, singers and musicians in churches on the island of Ireland are being invited to take part in a unique singing, musical and blessing experience. At a local level participants are asked to select a facility which provides an essential service and to dedicate their rendition of the specially adapted hymn: “Be Thou my Vision.” One of the organisers of the project, Fr Martin Magill, Parish Priest,…

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