Procession: Open Now Thy Gates of Beauty (Neander)
Kyrie: Missa XVII
Tract: Commovisti, Domine
Credo: Credo III
Offertory: O King of Might and Splendor (O Haupt voll Blut)
Sanctus: Iubilate Deo
Mysterium: Danish A
Amen: De Angelis
Agnus: Iubilate Deo
Communion: Jesu, Word of God Incarnate (Ave Verum), Elgar
Gift of Finest Wheat (Eucharistic Congress)
Final: Holy God, We Praise Thy Name (Grosser Gott)
I have not heard the tune NEANDER (UNSER HERRSCHER) in eons. Way cool tune.
That hymn/tune is the first hymn in the Lutheran Hymnal (1941). It is one of the first tunes I learned to play back when I was 7 or 8 (St. George's Windsor was the first tune I learned).
Now, the next big question - do you do that one in C and try to force out the high E's in the melody, or in B-flat and try to force out the low B-flats?
(For my voice it would have to be B-flat definitely)
Both....start in B-flat, modulate to C as the crucifer enters the front crossing.
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