James Dunne’s Music Submissions

James DunneJames Lee Dunne, the founder of Treble Clef Music, is a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Besides being a family man, he is a man of varied talents. That cornucopia of talent includes composer, multi-instrument musician, marathoner, mountain climber, lover of ancient text, backpacker, storyteller, Olympic torch bearer, audio engineer, music producer, writer, scouter, and photographer. His website, Treble Clef Music, features uplifting songs ranging from humor to deeply spiritual, bringing positive music to positive-thinking people. In short, James Dunne is an “explorer of all good things for the mind, spirit, and soul.”

James is also an avid student of the scriptures, having a keen interest in the stories of individuals from the Book of Mormon. He has embarked on a spiritual quest to bring those amazing stories to life using the words of persons of interest, namely the prophets, as recorded in the pages of the text itself. After 25 years in the making, he has masterfully completed a colossal music project, which “distills lyrics from the Book of Mormon and sets them to music.” The project is called Words of the Prophets

You can learn more about James’ project, Words of the Prophets, by going here. And, coming soon is a “Behind the Music” article about the project. You can listen to four-minute samples of Volume 1 and Volume 2 of Words of the Prophets by going to Treble Clef Music and clicking on “Go To Music Overview.” James can be found on CDBaby. The video below is a sample of James’ work.

 

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