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Jay Frost: “Come to This Fountain”

Your Inspirational Song of the Week

September 11 - September 17, 2018

Come to This Fountain


Piano on 24th

Performed by Jay Frost
Music by Jay Frost

Listen to the Music!

Jay Frost’s piano accompaniment takes center stage in Come to This Fountain, an instrumental arrangement of his and Tessa Frost’s solo setting of Mary Baker Eddy’s well-known “Communion Hymn”. The combination of flowing arpeggios accented with richly resonant bass chords provides an uplifting tone that befits Mrs. Eddy’s words. This song is from Piano on 24th, an album of solo piano pieces comprised of joyful, pure, inspirational compositions which segue into colorful tunes with flares of minor themes, flamenco, and rock piano. These compositions of Jay’s were written over a broad period of time – some just before the recording, others over 10 years ago.

About the Artist

Jay Holcomb Frost is an inspirational music composer and jazz pianist. The piano/voice compositions that he writes with his wife are published here on Watchfire Music and have been performed in church services across the country. Jay’s jazz piano chops take him to corporate events, private parties, weddings, and restaurants across the DC area, and he can occasionally be found in community theater. He frequently performs and composes with his wife, Tessa Frost.

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The Artist


The Album

The Song
"Thank you for the comfort in your music. I think of Mary Baker Eddy’s hymns – Mother’s Evening Prayer, Shepherd Show Me, Brood O’er Us. There is something to be noticed there, and something to be recognized as invaluable right now in its immediacy and its universality. Messages of comfort, compassion, and Love." -Ryan Winslow, Boston, MA

"Inspired and inspiring! So lovely to hear you sharing this with our wider church family. Your music always lifts my heart!" -Anne Huckins, Kent, WA

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  1. Beautiful, Jay!!!

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