Maddy Prior and the Carnival Band perform O For a Thousand Tongues to Sing.
This is the hymn the old-fashioned way. This is how George Washington would have heard it, in his lifetime.
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Charles Wesley wrote this hymn sometime in the middle of the 18th century, and Maddy Prior and the Carnival Band perform it in the style of the time– 31 more words
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Sometime in the 18th century, Italian composer Felice de Giardini created what has become the standard melody for this ancient hymn, first seen in a hymnal dating from 1580. 37 more words
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In case you were wondering, this is what the hymn sounds like in its original language.
Now, I don’t speak Welsh, but I love Welsh hymns. 21 more words
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Here’s our old friend, the Welsh melody “Cwm Rhondda” again, this time to carry the lyrics, God of Grace and God of Glory–sung by the congregation and choir of Mount Olivet United Methodist Church. 29 more words
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If you don’t already know this hymn, the first thing you’re going to think is, “Hey, that’s Onward, Christian Soldiers!” Actually it’s Christ Shall Have Dominion… 71 more words
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And to start our day, here’s the Kingdom Quartet beautifully singing Our God, He Is Alive. They don’t need musical instruments to back them up: their voices are the instrument, giving glory to God.
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