Category Archives: Music

Pachelbel Rant. Pagagnini

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Rostropovich Popper Dance of the Elves

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The Girl from Ipanema: Jim Greeninger, guitar

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Frédéric Chopin – Prelude in E-Minor (op.28 no. 4)

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Piano Serenade by Mark Salona

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Piano composition and performance by D. Glas (Douglas Stambler)

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Beethoven’s Ode to Joy

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Not I, But Christ; Instrumental Music

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Pollini plays Chopin and Debussy

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Liebeslieder

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Closing Hymns/Psalms

One of the main issues I face every week in preparing hymns and psalms for Providence Church is what hymn/psalm is most suitable for closing the service. The Cantus Christi provides several beautiful tunes with richly adorned theological lyrics, and … Continue reading

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Canon in D Major

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Jamies Soles’ Music

I met Jamie at the CREC Council Meeting in 2008.  It was then when I purchased my first Jamie Soles’ CD. Since then, I have added two more to my collection. My daughter listens to him everyday and our family … Continue reading

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Arise, Sons of the Kingdom

This morning at Providence we sang one of the most glorious Advent hymns called: Arise, Sons of the Kingdom. Here is the first verse: Arise, sons of the kingdom! The King is drawing nigh; Arise, and hail with gladness The … Continue reading

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Happy Reformation!

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Pentecost Hymn

Round the Lord in glory seated is a glorious Pentecost Hymn that we will be singing this Sunday at Providence to the familiar tune Ebenezer. You will recognize this tune if you have sung the beautiful hymn O, The Deep, … Continue reading

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Rapping through the Sacrificial System

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Moonlight Sonata

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Bach’s Cello Suite No. 1

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Wedding Dress by Derek Webb

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An Introduction to Sergei Prokofiev

I rarely listen to Russian composers, but this one is sublime. Read about Prokofiev.

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Music as Art and Worship

Music has always enhanced worship. In fact, it is hard for anyone even to fathom what worshiping is without music. Music by its very nature is sacramental. It replenishes weary humanity with a touch of peace and sanity. Music calms … Continue reading

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John Frame on Traditionalism

With Mark Horne, I too have an opposing understanding of Biblical worship to Professor Frame. Nevertheless, this is still a helpful analysis of a very misunderstood method. John Frame is an enlightening thinker in the Reformed faith. Professor Frame’s Article

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Songs of Defeat

Peter Leithart comments on the role of hymnody in our churches. He argues that modern hymnody has embraced 19th century escapist mentality. No longer are we declaring the triumph of the church or that the gates of hell shall not … Continue reading

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I Repent by Derek Webb

I repent (words and music by derek webb) i repent, i repent of my pursuit of america’s dream i repent, i repent of living like i deserve anything of my house, my fence, my kids, my wife in our suburb … Continue reading

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