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Best Cantata podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Cantata podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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Series combining profound Lutheran spirituality with exquisite music. Pastor Tapani Simojoki introduces a cantata written by Bach for each Sunday of the church year. The cantatas of J.S. Bach form one of the most impressive musical achievements in the history of Western music. Over a period of several years, Bach wrote a new cantata every week to adorn the worship of St. Thomas church in Leipzig - a breath-taking task, producing some of the world's greatest church music.
 
Grace is a love that comes from God without conditions and when we don't deserve it. That's the love you will find here from the moment you walk through the door. If you've got questions about the faith, the Bible, Jesus, even the existence of God, this is the place for you because we have questions too. We are trying to figure things out as well. Simply put: there are no perfect people allowed at Messiah! We don't want something FROM you. We want something FOR you, and that is to experience ...
 
The Rhythm Divine brings you music with a spiritual impulse; it represents a crossroads where faith meets music, where you might hear the sounds of the Sufis or a Bach cantata, Gregorian chant or Johnny Cash. Feel the rhythm of the world's religious traditions, the new spiritual practices and the fusion of religion and pop culture.
 
This little gem of a book contains twelve poems about World War I. There is more to it than its intrinsic value as verse. Edward Elgar (1857-1934) set three of the poems (The Fourth Of August, To Women, For The Fallen) in his cantata The Spirit of England (1915-1917). Since its composing and musical setting, For The Fallen has held an honored place in every November 11th Remembrance Day for Britain and the Commonwealth (Memorial Day for Americans). Moved by the opening of the Great War and t ...
 
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We are often blessed to have Andy sing and play when he is home visiting his parents. He is allowing us to provide this memory of one of his last visits performed with the Coronado Cantata Choir and Orchestra. The post Given For You – Andy Redeker with Coronado Cantata Choir and Orchestra appeared first on Coronado Community United Methodist Church…
 
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