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Sunday, November 6, 2011

Sunday Song: For All the Saints Who From Their Labors Rest

Happy belated All Saints Day!

For All the Saints Who From Their Labors Rest played on a Ruffatti organ (53 ranks of pipes, about 40 digital ranks) by a young organist.

4 comments:

  1. Thanks for sharing! This is the version sung as a congregational hymn at President Ford's funeral at the National Cathedral.

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    1. Where can this video be heard & seen?

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    2. I just link to YouTube videos. If the owner has removed them, I no longer have access to them. :-(

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  2. This totally made my day to see this young man enjoying this wonderful hymn!

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