Fe Gawn Fendith Cariad Pur (Salzburg, Organ and Trumpet, 2 Verses)

Fe Gawn Fendith Cariad Pur : Geiriau

Bendith Cariad Pur

Fe gawn fendith cariad pur,
Ganwyd ni yn blant ein Tad;
Nawr tra’n aros am y nef
Gweithiwn drosto ym mhob gwlad.
Bendith ddaw o’r Ysbryd Glân,
Cysur ac arweiniad llawn;
Arwain ddefaid coll at Grist
Gorffwys ynddo ef a gawn.

Yn ei deyrnas drwy y byd,
Ysbryd Sanctaidd rho yn awr;
Calon llawn o gariad Crist,
Nerth i’w ddilyn ef bob awr.
Etifeddion gyda’r Mab,
Unwyd, cadwyd trwy ei waed;
Gras a bendith cariad mawr
Sy’n ein haros wrth ei draed.

Meter: 77 77 D. Geiriau gan Cyf. Eirlys Gruffyudd (Colin Gordon-Farleigh b. 1943), Copyright © 2011. CCLI:

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We’re Blessed By The Purest Love (Salzburg, Organ and Trumpet, 2 Verses)

We’re Blessed By The Purest Love : Lyrics

We’re blessed by the purest love,
Reborn to a royal birth,
Now, whilst we wait here for heav’n,
We will serve our Lord on earth.
We’re blessed by the Holy Ghost,
As our Comforter and Guide;
He will lead lost sheep to Christ,
Our dear Lord to rest beside.

In His kingdom here on earth,
Holy Spirit in our heart;
We’re blessed by the Saviour’s love,
With the gifts to play our part.
Joint heirs with our Lord in heav’n,
Joined firm through His saving grace;
We are blessed by God’s great love,
Whilst in heav’n He keeps our place.

Meter: 77 77 D. Lyrics by Colin Gordon-Farleigh (b. 1943), Copyright © 2010. CCLI:

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Lectionary and Other Uses

 

Johann Sebastian Bach – Passacaglia and Fugue in Cm (BWV 582)

  • Johann Sebastian Bach – Passacaglia and Fugue in C minor (BWV 582) is one of his most important and well-known works. Believed to be written early in his career it had a great influence on 19th and 20th century composers, including Robert Schumann, who described the passacaglia’s variations as “intertwined so ingeniously that one can never cease to be amazed.”
  • Performance ℗ 2020 Richard M S Irwin.  ISRC UKTU21900233. All Rights Reserved.

 

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Johann Sebastian Bach – Trio in B Flat Major

A Trio in B Flat Major by baroque composer Johann Sebastian Bach (1685 – 1750), from Richard Irwin’s album “Baroque Miniatures for Organ”.

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  • Composer: Johann Sebastian Bach (1685 – 1750)
  • Performance ℗ 2019 Richard M S Irwin. All Rights Reserved
  • Album: Baroque Miniatures for Organ
  • Music Public Domain
  • ISRC: UKTU21900023
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At The Lamb’s High Feast We Sing (Salzburg, Organ and Descant, 4 Verses)

At the Lamb’s High Feast We Sing Lyrics

Suggest uses include Easter and Communion Services.

At the Lamb’s high feast we sing
Praise to our victorious King,
Who has washed us in the tide
Flowing from his pierced side;
Praise we him whose love divine
Gives his sacred blood for wine,
Gives his body for the feast,
Christ the victim, Christ the priest.

Where the paschal blood is poured,
Death’s dark angel sheathes his sword;
Israel’s hosts triumphant go
Through the wave that drowns the foe.
Praise we Christ, whose blood was shed,
Paschal victim, paschal bread;
With sincerity and love
Eat we manna from above.

Mighty victim from the sky,
Pow’rs of hell beneath thee lie;
Death is conquered in the fight,
Thou hast brought us life and light:
Hymns of glory and of praise,
Risen Lord, to thee we raise;
Holy Father, praise to thee,
With the Spirit, ever be.

Easter triumph, Easter joy,
Nothing now can this destroy;
From sin’s pow’r do thou set free
Souls new-born, O Lord, in thee.
Hymns of glory and of praise,
Risen Lord, to thee we raise;
Holy Father, praise to thee,
With the Spirit, ever be.

Meter: 77 77 D. Lyrics from an anonymous 7th Century hymn ‘Ad regias Agni dapes’ translated by Robert Campbell (1814 – 1868). Public Domain.

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Lectionary

How tedious and tasteless the hours (Green Fields) – Organ

Lyrics

1. How tedious and tasteless the hours
When Jesus no longer I see!
Sweet prospects, sweet birds, and sweet flow’rs,
Have all lost their sweetness to me.
The midsummer sun shines but dim;
The fields strive in vain to look gay;
But when I am happy in Him,
December’s as pleasant as May.

2. His name yields the richest perfume,
And sweeter than music His voice;
His presence disperses my gloom,
And makes all within me rejoice;
I should, were He always thus nigh,
Have nothing to wish or to fear;
No mortal so happy as I;
My summer would last all the year.

3. Content with beholding His face,
My all to His pleasure resigned,
No changes of seasons or place
Would make any change in my mind.
While blest with a sense of His love,
A palace a toy would appear;
And prisons would palaces prove,
If Jesus would dwell with me there.

4. Dear Lord, if indeed I am Thine,
If Thou art my sun and my song,
Say, why do I languish and pine?
And why are my winter so long?
O drive these dark clouds from my sky;
Thy soul-cheering presence restore,
Or take me unto Thee on high,
Where winter and clouds are no more.

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  • Tune: Green Fields
  • Meter: 88 88 D
  • Composer: Attributed to Johann Sebastian Bach (1685 – 1750)
  • Arranger: Lewis Edson (1748 – 1820)
  • Lyricist: John Newton (1725 – 1807)
  • Music and Lyrics Copyright Public Domain.
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Now Praise We Great And Famous Men (Ach Gott Und Herr – 6 Verses) – Organ

Now Praise We Great And Famous Men ~ Lyrics

1. Now praise we great and famous men,
The fathers named in story;
And praise the Lord, who now as then
Reveals in man His glory.

2. Praise we the wise and brave and strong,
Who graced their generation,
Who helped the right, and fought the wrong,
And made our folk a nation.

3. Praise we the great of heart and mind,
The singers sweetly gifted,
Whose music like a mighty wind
The souls of men uplifted.

4. Praise we the peaceful men of skill,
Who built their homes of beauty,
And, rich in art, made richer still
The brotherhood of duty.

5. Praise we the glorious names we know,
And they whose names have perished,
Lost, in the haze of long ago,
In silent love be cherished.

6. In peace their sacred ashes rest,
Fulfilled their day’s endeavour;
They blessed the earth, and they are blessed
Of God and man forever.

Meter: 87 87. Lyricist: William George Tarrant (1853 – 1928). Public Domain.

Ach Gott Und Herr ~ Recording

  • Tune: Ach Gott und Herr, from As Hymnodus Sacer, Leipzig (1625) harmonised by Johann Sebastian Bach (1685 – 1750). Public Domain.
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O Bread To Pilgrims Given (Passion Chorale, Organ, 3 Verses)

O Bread To Pilgrims Given : Lyrics

O Bread to pilgrims given,
O food that angels eat,
O manna sent from heaven,
For heav’n-born natures meet:
Give us, for thee long pining,
To eat till richly filled;
Till, earth’s delights resigning,
Our every wish is stilled.

O water, life-bestowing,
Forth from the Saviour’s heart
A fountain purely flowing,
A fount of love thou art:
O let us, freely tasting,
Our burning thirst assuage;
Thy sweetness, never wasting,
Avails from age to age.

Jesus, this feast receiving,
We thee unseen adore;
Thy faithful word believing,
We take, and doubt no more:
Give us, thou true and loving,
On earth to live in thee;
Then, death the veil removing,
Thy glorious face to see.

Meter: 76 76 D. The original lyricist is unknown with the words appearing in Maintzisch Gesangbuch (1661). They were translated by Ray Palmer (1808 – 1887). Public Domain.

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Lectionary and Other Uses

O Sacred Head Sore Wounded (Passion Chorale, Organ, 5 Verses)

O Sacred Head Sore Wounded : Lyrics

1. O sacred head, sore wounded,
Defiled and put to scorn;
O kingly head, surrounded
With mocking crown of thorn:
What sorrow mars Thy grandeur?
Can death Thy bloom deflow’r?
O countenance whose splendor
The hosts of heav’en adore!

2. Thy beauty, long desired,
Hath vanished from our sight;
Thy pow’r is all expired,
And quenched the light of light.
Ah me! for whom Thou diest,
Hide not so far Thy grace:
Show me, O Love most highest,
The brightness of Thy face.

3. In Thy most bitter passion
My heart to share doth cry,
With Thee for my salvation
Upon the cross to die.
Ah, keep my heart thus moved
To stand Thy cross beneath,
To mourn Thee, well-beloved,
Yet thank Thee for Thy death.

4. What language shall I borrow
To thank Thee, dearest friend,
For this Thy dying sorrow,
Thy pity without end?
Oh, make me Thine for ever!
And should I fainting be,
Lord, let me never, never
Outlive my love for Thee.

5. My days are few, O fail not,
With Thine immortal pow’r,
To hold me that I quail not
In death’s most fearful hour;
That I may fight befriended,
And see in my last strife
To me Thine arms extended
Upon the cross of life.

Meter: 76 76 D. Lyricist, original German, Paul Gerhardt (1608 – 1676), translated by Robert Seymour Bridges (1844 – 1930). Public Domain.

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Johann Sebastian Bach – Little Prelude and Fugure #8 in B flat (BWV 560)

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  • Composer: Johann Sebastian Bach (1685 -1750) – BWV 559. One of the eight little preludes and fugues attributed to Johann Sebastian Bach but probably written by a pupil, Johann Tobias Krebs or Johann Ludwig Krebs.
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