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The Music of Kurt Kaiser
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Kurt Kaiser's professional credentials are impeccable in church music circles. As a composer, Kurt's music has been a key element in the growth of modern day church music. Crossing denominational boundaries, many of Kurt's compositions have found their way into a number of hymnals. Kurt has achieved subtle trend changes by maintaining a sensitivity to that which is widely acceptable. His innovative approach has broadened musical styles that are palatable to the church at large. Associations with the Eastman School of Music and the Baylor University acapella choir, as well as many other fine choral groups are indicative of his taste for fine choral literature. Kurt finds it equally challenging to assist volunteer choirs to enjoy singing while bettering their art.

Kurt Kaiser joined Word, Incorporated in 1959-- immediately after graduate school. His input had a profound effect upon much of the music and many of the recordings released by Word. His role as arranger and producer helped shape the image of the company. Now working independently, his years of success have not altered his vision for excellence.

The creation of "Tell It Like It Is" with co-writer Ralph Carmichael was a highlight for Kurt. After thousands of performances, the work still remains vibrant, not only for young people but also to the combined church family. From this musical, the church was given the song "Pass It On." This one song clearly speaks of what Kurt's music has done for Christians everywhere.

Because of it's simplicity, "Oh How He Loves You and Me" has established itself as one of the most loved choruses of our time. Unaccompanied voices softly singing this affirmation of God's grace stir the soul.

 

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Recordings by Kurt Kaiser

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