This page features the websites, YouTube channels and music of Seventh-day Adventist musicians and composers. I greatly appreciate the music created in our church am frustrated that I sometimes cannot find their websites. Accordingly I have made a list to make it easy for everyone. Please suggest additional websites and musicians.
Carlot is among the greatest trumpeters on the planet at this time, having learned how to play the trumpet with only his left hand. Admirers of his include other players of world-renown like Winton Marsalis. I have included one additional Youtube link where you can hear Carlot's skills on a piece of classical music. We are pleased that a young Seventh-day Adventist musician is able to witness for God among the "notables" of the music world.
This group from Australia has a very active youth ministry, including a music camp.
Ethan was a student at Fountainview, where he recorded an album or two of sacred piano music from what I am told. It is hard to find them though. I think on the Fountainview Academy website you may succeed.
Thomas is a young adult pianist who has a wonderful gift for supporting congregational singing. Unfortunately some—many?— pianists try to give a little concert while they are accompanying the congregation, and it detracts from the blessing and sometimes can make it hard to sing parts, etc. Thomas apparently understands this, because it is a joy to sing when he is playing.
There are apps for hymns and Scripture songs. Some of them offer free music. These are really excellent and you should know about them.
On this app you get the lyrics and piano accompaniment for all of the hymns of the SDA hymn book. The playing is wonderful, almost too wonderful, for it can be difficult to sing with. It comes from Weimar University.
Scripture Singer is a large collection of Scripture songs that is produced by Craig Cleveland of Castle Valley Academy in Utah—he was formerly leading the music at Fountainview Academy. It features the music of a variety of individuals including Abigail Miller [not an SDA but a very conservative Christian singer]. There is an app that can be downloaded from the App Store and Google Play, and features the 250 scripture songs available at no cost.