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In Thee Alone, O Christ, My Lord

“In Thee Alone, O Christ, My Lord” (Allein zu dir, Herr Jesu Christ), text by Johannes Schneesing (1540). Setting by Johann Hermann Schein (1645). Polyphonic, SATB.

Hymn for All Hours

“Hymn for All Hours” (Hymnus Omnis Horae), text by Aurelius Clemens Prudentius (348-c.413). Tune traditional Latin. Setting by Michael Praetorius (Hymnodia Sionia 28, 1611). Polyphonic, SATB.

How Lovely Shines the Morning Star, á 2

“How Lovely Shines the Morning Star” (Wie schön leuchtet der Morgenstern), text by Philipp Nicolai (1597). Tune by Philipp Nicolai (1599). Setting by Michael Praetorius (1610). Polyphonic, ST.

I Know My Faith Is Founded

“I Know My Faith Is Founded” (Ich weiß, an wen ich gläube), text by Erdmann Neumeister (1718). Tune (Nun lob, mein Seel, den Herren) by Hans Kugelmann (1540). Setting by Johannes Eccard (1597), originally for text Nun lob, mein Seel, den Herren. Polyphonic, SATTB.

From Heaven Above to Earth I Come

“From Heaven Above to Earth I Come” (Vom Himmel hoch, da komm ich her), text by Martin Luther (1535). Tune attr. Martin Luther (1535). Setting by Johannes Eccard (1597). Polyphonic, SSATB.

O Jesus, True and Only Head

“O Jesus, True and Only Head” (O Jesu, einig wahres Haupt) by Johann Mentzer (1726). Tune (O Jesu, einig wahres Haupt (Reuter)) by Fritz Reuter (1658-1734). Setting by Hannah Engwall (2023). Polyphonic, SATB.

Lord, As Thou Wilt, Deal Thou with Me

“Lord, As Thou Wilt, Deal Thou with Me” (Herr, wie du willst, so schick’s mit mir), text by Kaspar Bienemann (1574). Setting by Johannes Eccard (1597). Polyphonic, SATTB.

Now Do We Pray God the Holy Ghost (Walter)

“Now Do We Pray God the Holy Ghost” (Nun bitten wir den heiligen Geist), text st. 1 German, st. 2-4 Martin Luther (1524). Setting by Johann Walter (1524). Polyphonic, SATTB.

Who Knows When Death May Overtake Me

“Who Knows When Death May Overtake Me” (Wer weiss, wie nahe mir mein Ende) by Aemilie Juliane (1686). Tune by Christian Möck (1818). Setting by Hannah Engwall (2022). Polyphonic, SATB.

How Lovely Shines the Morning Star, á 5

“How Lovely Shines the Morning Star” (Wie schön leuchtet der Morgenstern), text by Philipp Nicolai (1597). Tune by Philipp Nicolai (1599). Setting by Michael Praetorius (1610). Polyphonic, SATTB.

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