Chorale Prelude, BWV 672: Kyrie, Gott Vater In Ewigkeit
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Series: Chorale preludes, Theme: 0-miscellaneous. Potential suitable shop article. Price: Chorale Preludes for manuals 2 Bach Johann Sebastian. Soli deo gloria Bach Johann Sebastian. Price: 2. Formerly known as Decoration Day, it originally was intended to commemorate the the Union and Confederate soldiers who died in the Civil War. By the 20th century, Memorial Day had been extended to honor all Americans who have died while in military service.
Chorale Preludes, BWV 669-689 (Bach, Johann Sebastian)
More recently still, the custom of the decoration of graves of the war dead on this day led naturally to the practice of decoration of graves of non-war dead as well. As such, it has evolved into a day, similar to the traditional All Souls Day of the old world, in which the memories of all the departed are honored. Both the tune for this chorale as well as the text for the first Stanza are by unknown persons. Of the 26 hymn texts in the publication, 18 were the creation of Martin Luther, either in whole or in part.
This particular chorale was a popular subject for arrangement by German composers. In translation, the first stanza of the hymn reads:. Lord, by the brightness of your light, in holy faith your Church unite; from every land and every tongue, this to your praise, O Lord, our God, be sung: Alleluia! Both the tune and the text of this metrical version derive from the 9th Century Latin plainsong hymn, Veni Creator Spiritus , found in The Hymnal, as , attributed to the 9th century Benedictine monk and later Archbishop of Mainz, Rabanus Maurus c.
In the Latin rite, this hymn has traditionally been appointed for the offices of Terce and Vespers on the feast of Pentecost. In the post-reformation Anglican liturgy, it appears in the Ordering of Priests and the Consecration of Bishops in the Prayerbook of Although based on the very same hymn, they are vastly different treatments of this chorale melody. The version by Pachelbel sets a mood of quite contemplation, while the version by Bach is one of jubilant celebration.
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Closing Voluntary: Liebster Jesu wir sind hier — J. Walther We sing this tune today as for our entrance hymn. Previously, in The Hymnal , a similar hymn using the first line and tune had been included. Prelude and Fugue in C Major. Christiane Jaccottet.
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