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A unique opportunity for congregations to celebrate the 500th anniversary of the Reformation.
Dr. Charles Conrad, Conductor of the Indiana Wind Symphony, will share background on the musical selections with Pastor Paul Swartz giving a historical narration.
Rejouissance Curno (fanfare on A Mighty Fortress)
Prelude, Chorale & Fugue Bach/Hindsley
Psalm 46 Zdechlik (somber treatment of A Mighty Fortress)
A Mighty Fortress Lillya (arrangement borrowed from Marine Band Library)
New Work-Consortium Premiere Stephenson (from Chicago)
The Only Son from Heaven Cruciger (first woman Protestant hymn writer and wife of Luther’s colleague at Wittenberg)
Who Puts His Trust in God Most Just Bach/Croft
Symphony #4 Maslanka (Old Hundredeth with Bach chorale)
Martin Luther / Reformation Stamp Collection on display in the Lobby before, during Intermission and after the performance. A Life Stamped, Cancelled and Delivered Philatelically Illustrated.
Please place this on your congregation’s calendar and extend an invitation for members of your choir to participate. The goal is to have the Choral Terrace filled with voices (140-150). Nov. 10 is the anniversary of Luther’s birth, and his baptism on St. Martin’s day, Nov. 11, 1483.
For more information or to volunteer your voice(s), contact Paul Swartz, firstname.lastname@example.org
Tentative rehearsal dates are Nov. 1, 8, 9, and 12. Contact Paul Swartz for rehearsal information.