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"God has blessed you with great and wonderful talents"

Bishop Edward D. Head, Buffalo, NY 1987

"We enjoy your music at mass. Your selections of music is always appropriate
and it is played so beautifully that it enhances our prayers."

Lawrence and Sarita Kelty, Hoboken, NJ, 1996

"David Musial is a person of great promise and unusual giftedness.
He has remarkable skills in the area of music."
Fr. Art Smith, President-CTNA: Catolic Telecommunications Network of America
& Director of Daybreak TV Productions 1987

"Mr. Musial is a wonderful music director, musician & composer.
I truley felt (his music ministry) is not for "entertainment" purposes,
but with a desire to lift up the Lord, and point the people in search of God's faith.
Very Rev. Canon Joseph Urban, Saint Anthony of Padua, Jersey City 2014

“David has a wonderful talent and style!”
Rev. Alexander M. Santora, Pastor: Our Lady Of Grace, Hoboken, 2014

"David's church music is inspiring"
Rev. Andrew, Polish service at OLC in Jersey City, October 16, 2016

"Your liturgical music style is wonderful"
Rev. Richard at OLC in Jersey City, June 4, 2017


Founder of
OUR LADY OF CZESTOCHOWA
Parish in Jersey City
gave very high compliments (with tears) on Sunday 9/24/17 after an 8am Mass

Prof. David Musial has been a professional church musician since the age of 10 in 1970. He has performed on a pipe organ, synthesizers, pianos at thousands of services. David studied privately in Buffalo, NY with Jane Pfeifer and Carlos Annibale, at SUNY@Fredonia & Buffalo, NYU and The Juilliard School of Music. He has conducted a variety of choirs and develops singers for professional performance and recordings. He was featured in the New York Times, Modern Liturgy and Business Week Magazines for a "Successful Integration of Music Technology in a Liturgical Setting". David composed the "One World Mass", "I Am The Way" and other liturgical works.

 


Short Video Clip samples of David playing/singing at a pipe organ, paino and more
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BUFFALO MUSIC HALL OF FAME AWARD 2014...
Musial performs his song "An Angelic Butterfly"

 



Hymn of Joy
HYMN of JOY - Improvisational 2013

HERE I AM LORD-Pipe Organ and Song Leader 2013

Performing with the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra 1987

MIDI Pipe Organ and later Choir Directing 1994

DAVE BRUBECK, Choir & Buffalo Philharmonic-Documentary 1987


GREAT IS THE LORD
MIDI Pipe Organ & Choir Directing 1996

N GABRIEL AWARDS OPEN Produced & Directed 1987

Original Composition Scores for Catholic Television 1984-87


MASS OF CREATION Holy Holy
Pipe Organ & Song Leader 2013


SHEPARD ME O GOD
Grand Piano & Song Leader 2013


CITY OF GOD
Pipe Organ & Song Leading 2013


ONE BREAD, ONE BODY
Grand Piano & Song Leading 2013

   

 


Responsorial Psalm-Verses Improvised 2013


Jesus Christ Is Risen Today; Easter 2015
Our Lady Czestochowa Jersey City

Saint Mary's Children's Christmas Concert 2016, Jersey City
   

NEVER TOO LATE Made For TV Movie • Scored the Soundtrack 1988
Featuring Fr. Art Smith-who went on to be the Director of the
Catholic Telecommunications Network of America
CTNA
 

Saint Anthony of Padua, Jersey City, NJ • 4:30 Service on May 31, 2014

The magnificent Pipe Organ at Our Lady Of Grace in Hoboken. David has played there in the 1990's and in 2014 plays as needed.

 

Saint StanislausBuffalo, NY
8/14/14

Vocalist Jim Rebholz and David Musial have performed in the beautiful Saint Stanislaus Polish Church in Buffalo, NY
The Shrine of blessed Saint/Pope John Paul II
David grew up in the neighborhood of this amazing church

David Musial at Our Lady of Czestochova in Jersey City, NJ 3/29/15
Saint Casmir In Newark, the largest Polish Cathedral in New Jersey. April 16, 2016

 

Queen Of Heaven Church • Buffalo, NY Area 1984


Choir Loft photo for Musial's 3rd album, his senior project at SUNY Fredonia at 23 years old

David at the organ in his childhood years