Hymns for elders with dementia: single tracks

To download all of the songs (which is the easiest way to get them onto your computer and then to your iPhone or iPad), go to the main Hymns for Dementia page.

To listen to a single song file, click on the song name below. To download, click the vertical three-dot icon on the right, and choose “Download.” If you have trouble with the downloads, read this troubleshooting guide.

† Copyright attributions

The Blood Will Never Lose Its Power: © Copyright 1966. Renewed 1994 by Manna Music, Inc. (ASCAP), 35255 Brooten Road, Pacific City, OR 97135. All rights reserved. Used by permission.

Great is Thy Faithfulness: Words: Thomas O. Chisholm; Music: William M. Runyan. © 1923, Ren. 1951 Hope Publishing Company, Carol Stream, IL 60188. All Rights Reserved. Used by permission.

How Great Thou Art: © Copyright 1949 and 1953 by the Stuart Hine Trust CIO. All rights in the USA its territories and possessions, except print rights, administered by Capitol CMG Publishing. USA, North, Central and South America print rights and all Canadian rights administered by Hope Publishing Company. All other non US Americas rights administered by the Stuart Hine Trust CIO. Rest of the world rights administered by Integrity Music Europe. Words: Stuart Hine. Music: Based on a Swedish fold melody adapted and arranged by Stuart Hine. International Copyright Secured. All Rights Reserved. Used by Permission.

I’ll Fly Away: Written by Albert E. Brumley. © Copyright 1932 in “Wonderful Message” by Hartford Music Co. Renewed 1960 by Albert E. Brumley & Sons/SESAC (admin by ClearBox Rights).  All rights reserved.  Used by permission.

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