Fighting for the Lord

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Books on Demand, 2012 - History - 224 pages
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FIGHTING FOR THE LORD is a captivating history of the Danish Staff Band of The Salvation Army, established in 1890. The mission was to set the pattern for Salvation Army bands in Denmark, be the standard of reference and to spread the Gospel through music and example. The band travelled up to 11 month of the year, often with five engagements every day and campaigned in Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Germany and England. Members of the band have included Erik Leidz n and Emil S derstr m, both hallmark names in the brass band world. The story of this remarkable band is fascinating, inspiring encouraging, and sometimes almost unbelievable. FIGHTING FOR THE LORD er historien om Frelsens H rs danske stabsmusikkorps, etableret i 1890. Orkesteret satte standarden for Frelsens H rs brass bands i Skandinavien og var et eksempel p eminent kreativ musikalsk evangeliseren. Orkestret rejste op til 11 m neder af ret og bes gte Sverige, Finland, Estland, Letland, Tyskland og England.

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