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W(h)ither the Great Lutheran Hymns? - Trinity 10: "I Will Sing My Maker's Praises"

I’m not reviewing “The Church’s One Foundation.” It’s not that it’s a bad hymn, it’s just that there’s little to say about it, and it’s not a very traditional selection for the chief hymn for Trinity 10. 2,536 more words


W(h)ither the Great Lutheran Hymns? - Trinity 9: "What Is The World To Me"

The chief hymn for Trinity 9 is “What Is the World to Me,” by Georg Michael Pfefferkorn, who, incidentally, is my favorite deceased musician named George Michael. 877 more words


W(h)ither the Great Lutheran Hymns? - Trinity 8: "In God, My Faithful God"

I think this will be the featured image for all of these posts from now on. It’s the perfect visual representation of the damage which is being done to our heritage. 1,900 more words


New Arrangement for Another Hymn of the Day Has Been Posted

Today on Score Exchange, I posted an arrangement of “O Love, How Deep“.  It is the Hymn of the Day for Proper 22 in Year A of the Three Year Lectionary.  In 2017, that will be October 8.

Handbell Music

W(h)ither the Great Lutheran Hymns? - Trinity 6: "All Mankind Fell in Adam's Fall"

Before I get started on this week’s hymn, I need to give some explanations for a few things.

Someone was offended by my use of the word “rape” in my article yesterday. 2,010 more words


The rape of the Lutheran chorale -or- How LSB is subtly robbing you of your heritage

I wasn’t going to write this post, because I realized that it might commit me to writing something every week here, and I’m not sure I can handle that kind of pressure. 1,899 more words


strict_variables and the RazorsEdge Puppet Modules

Over the past month I have been adding much needed support for running Puppet with strict_variables = true to all of the RazorsEdge Puppet modules. Thanks to… 192 more words