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Music Notes | All Saints’ Day

William Walsham How was a Church of England priest and later bishop in the East End of London, where he became known for his work among the poor in the 1880s. He published a Commentary on the Gospels, a manual … Continue reading

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Music Notes | Fourteenth Sunday after Pentecost

Favorite hymn no. 8 ‘Let all mortal flesh keep silence’ derives from a hymn sung at the Offertory procession in the Liturgy of St James, the oldest complete Eucharistic rite of the Eastern Church. The hymn may be even older than … Continue reading

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