Thursday, April 2, 2009

Gloria, laus, et honor

Just in time for Palm Sunday, with thanks to Max of the dearly departed Max's Wiblog.


Thom Curnutte said...

The organ arrangement is magnificent, and the handbell accompaniment is just right- it accents, while being heard, but not overpowering. Awesome.

(Good Methodists, though, don't position their choirs in front of their altars.) :-)

Probably the best arrangement of this hymn I've heard.

Joe S.R. said...

Indeed! Though the opening trumpet scared my cat. It could only be better if the acoustics weren't so dead.
It's certainly the best I've heard.

Anonymous said...

I thought the setting of the hymn banal and the whole thing horrid, not a "procession" at all. No accounting for taste but Geoff's is usually better.

James said...

I tell you, you just gotta love that hymn. It always sends chills up my spine.