The Tabernacle Choir and Conference Music
General Conference Research Guide
This website lists all the musical numbers performed at general conference from 1998 to the present. It is organized by title, artist (including congregational hymns), and conference session and has an embedded media player to listen to the numbers.
This is the official website of The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square. This site provides information on the history of the Choir, including their historic broadcast Music & the Spoken Word, a photo gallery, details about the architecture of the Tabernacle, current information about the Choir’s schedule, and audio recordings and videos. The Choir has provided musical selections for general conference since 1847.
This photograph collection contains images of the Choir and its members, organists, and directors in the Tabernacle and on various tours as early as 1900. Photographs are available upon request at the Church History Library in Salt Lake City.
Church of the Air was a weekly CBS religious broadcast, which began in 1931 and aired until the late 1960s. It featured broadcasts from many different denominations, including The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, starting in 1935. Church segments were produced by KSL Radio for CBS and often featured music by the Mormon Tabernacle Choir (now The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square) as well as talks by Church leaders in conjunction with general conference. This collection contains transcripts as well as the recordings. Transcripts are available upon request at the Church History Library in Salt Lake City. Audio recordings are currently not available.