What Child Is This?

With today's video I present the final installment in this year's Christmas celebration with the well-known hymn, "What Child is This?". The tune is one of the most recognizable of…

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That Beautiful Name

Today's video features the hymn, "That Beautiful Name." Very little is known of the author of this hymn. The lyrics were written sometime around 1916 by Jean Perry. All we…

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It Came Upon A Midnight Clear

Today's video features the well-known Christmas hymn, "It Came Upon A Midnight Clear." It is unique among the Christmas hymns in most hymnals in that it does not mention the…

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For The Beauty Of The Earth

Today's video brings another popular hymn of thanksgiving, "For The Beauty Of The Earth." It was written by Folliott Sandford Pierpoint in the spring of 1863 as he sat atop…

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Now Thank We All Our God

Today's video features a popular hymn sung at Thanksgiving time, "Now Thank We All Our God." Martin Rinkart wrote the lyrics in 1636. He was born in Eilenburg, Germany in…

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I Love To Tell The Story

Today's video features the hymn, "I Love To Tell The Story," written by Kate Hankey in 1866. Kate was born in Clapham, England in 1834 and was the daughter of…

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Wonderful Words Of Life

Today's video features the hymn, "Wonderful Words Of Life," written by Philip P. Bliss in 1874. Philip was born in Clearfield County, Pennsylvania in 1838. As a young boy he…

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Invention 15 in B minor

This week's video presents Invention 15 in B minor BWV 786 by Johann Sebastian Bach and it marks the final installment in a series which began over 18 months ago.…

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Now The Day Is Over

Today's video features the hymn, "Now The Day Is Over," written by Sabine Baring-Gould and published in 1865. Sabine was born in 1834 in Exeter, England. He was educated at…

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Invention 14 in B flat major

This week's video features Invention 14 in B flat major BWV 785 by Johann Sebastian Bach. This has been one of my favorites so far with certain passages proving to…

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