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Hymns/Songs for 7/6/20

Postby Rev Tony Newnham » 05 Jun 2020 10:22

Hi

It's that time of the week again, so here's the hymns/songs I've recorded for my church on Sunday.

First up is the well known Trinity hymn (It's Trinity Sunday after all!)



Next is a worship song about Jesus' sacrifice on the cross.



And finally, Praise God From Whom all Blessings Flow. The minister has asked for the version with music written by Jimmy Owens and included in the 1970's Christian musical "Come Together"



Enjoy

Every Blessing

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Re: Hymns/Songs for 7/6/20

Postby Hugh-AR » 06 Jun 2020 22:25

Hi Tony,

You know what I'm going to say! Holy, Holy, Holy is one of my favourite Hymns, and hearing you play it on your 'Church Organ' is the icing on the cake.

A little story for you about Don Wherly (DonW), an organist who plays for his local Church as you do. His neighbour, who lives opposite, had cancer, and Don used to go round to his house and watch football with him (before the lockdown). Well, his friend died a couple of weeks ago and his wife asked him if he would play for the funeral. Don said to me that he would normally have done that anyway, but in the present lock-down? And then he realised what she was on about. Don has three organs in his garage, which buts up against the road, and she wanted him to open his garage doors and play the organ when the hearse arrived. Which is what he did, and church music echoed all down the street as people came out of their houses to pay their respects.

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Re: Hymns/Songs for 7/6/20

Postby Rev Tony Newnham » 07 Jun 2020 08:23

Thanks Hugh

That's an idea for funerals in the current situation.

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Re: Hymns/Songs for 7/6/20

Postby JohnT » 07 Jun 2020 09:03

Hi Tony. Looking forward to your Sunday offerings. Remember Holy well and had me singing along. Liked the other two and the organ at the end. Most enjoyable. John

Well done Don I’m sure your friend will be looking down or perhaps being alongside you in spirit remembering your visits and friendship. Keep safe. John
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Re: Hymns/Songs for 7/6/20

Postby kens » 07 Jun 2020 09:17

Hi!
Tony. Your Sunday contributions are inspiring. And I thought Hughes contribution fitted in nicely.
I would like to add my own 2 pennyworth with The Old Rugged Cross. Its a rare occasion where I use my
right foot to reach the higher bass notes on the pedal board. Played on the EL700. Needs more practice
So lets hear the forum choir join in with this rousing hymn. regards Ken S.

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Re: Hymns/Songs for 7/6/20

Postby JohnT » 07 Jun 2020 09:34

Hi Ken Liked your version and I did join in singing don’t know about the rest of the forum. John
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Re: Hymns/Songs for 7/6/20

Postby Hugh-AR » 07 Jun 2020 15:19

Ken,

That was very enjoyable. I liked the 'walking' bass notes, something you can only do on an organ.

I have put up a Topic on playing the pedals on an organ. But I am more of a 'keyboard player', so what would I know? I'm hoping you 'real' organists will add your penny'orth to what I have said.

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Re: Hymns/Songs for 7/6/20

Postby Rev Tony Newnham » 08 Jun 2020 08:31

kens wrote:Hi!
Tony. Your Sunday contributions are inspiring. And I thought Hughes contribution fitted in nicely.
I would like to add my own 2 pennyworth with The Old Rugged Cross. Its a rare occasion where I use my
right foot to reach the higher bass notes on the pedal board. Played on the EL700. Needs more practice
So lets hear the forum choir join in with this rousing hymn. regards Ken S.

https://app.box.com/s/0xlkhx7yovmppucn9o2qbaunaug2002a


A nice arrangement Ken. Keep up the good work.

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Re: Hymns/Songs for 7/6/20

Postby kens » 08 Jun 2020 09:40

Hi!
To add to Hughes comments my EL700 has 20 keys on the pedal board. These I play mainly with the ball of my left foot. However for any notes above middle C I have to take my right foot off the Volume/Expression control and use it to reach the high register pedal notes. The volume of notes played on the manuals at that point, can, to a certain extent be controlled by using the after touch settings. I use 3 stave written music as a guide, adding extra as the mood takes me. In classically written organ music the manner of using feet on the pedal board is indicated in the form of a V pointing right, left or upwards. Heel/toe/ sole. It is possible to use this method with spinets like mine but rather difficult as the pedals are shorter. Some of the pros manage it.
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