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Goody! Audrey Assad is Going to Release a Deluxe edition of Inheritance

Goody! Audrey Assad is Going to Release a Deluxe edition of Inheritance September 3, 2016

Critically lauded singer, songwriter and author, Audrey Assad, steps out from behind the piano to lead four new versions of songs from her five-star acclaimed and No. 1 selling Adult Contemporary (CMTA / SoundScan) album, Inheritance, released earlier this year. Collaborating with renowned cellist and composer Cara Fox, these re-imagined songs, live concert recordings and videos, dubbed the Fox Sessions, are featured on the Inheritance Deluxe Edition. The recording is available for preorder now through Sept. 30 as a CD/DVD or Thumb Drive at www.AudreyAssad.com, and will be at all major digital retailers internationally beginning Oct. 7 from Fortunate Fall Records with Tone Tree Music distribution.

Approaching the newly recorded songs with a neoclassical style, the Fox Sessions arrangements for “Be Thou My Vision,” “How Can I Keep From Singing,” “New Every Morning” and “It Is Well With My Soul” blend cello, violin, harp, electric guitar and drums, all recorded together live. And just like on Inheritance, Assad and Fox have chosen to leave the forms of the hymns untouched, respecting the hymn structure while reinvigorating them with entirely new musical textures underneath the classic melodies.

“Be Thou My Vision,” for example, receives an entirely new emotional perspective with the introduction of a minor key. Worship leader Sarah Kroger further adds her seraphic voice on the hymns “How Can I Keep From Singing” and “It Is Well With My Soul.”

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