Hear marvelous music about the Magi, plus a rare old recording featuring members of the military singing about Epiphany.
Hear music appropriate for turning the calendar, including settings of Psalm 90, some rarely-heard New Year carols, and Christmas carols for the Christmas season.
Hear an hour of the finest carols, the most meaningful, most enduring Christmas music you’ll never hear at the mall!
Hear a major portion of John Rutter’s “Magnificat,” one of the most exuberant settings of that song from the gospel of Luke.
Hear a major portion of “Messiah,” and also Advent carols sung by the National Lutheran Choir, the Bach Society of Saint Louis, and others.
Hear several versions of the great Advent carol, “O Come, O Come, Emmanuel,” balanced with a litany of Advent carols and anthems that point us in the direction of Christmas.
Sample hymns and anthems spanning four centuries, plus time-honored expressions of Thanksgiving from Johann Sebastian Bach and his influencers.
Topics of Discussion: (1) Ron Klemm & Jeral Becker talk about the upcoming “Back at the Sem” performance on Palm Sunday, March 24, 2013, and (2) Rev. Phil Meyer takes a look at Mark 15:1-15 “Jesus delivered to Pilate” and “Pilate Delivers Jesus to Be Crucified”.
Topics of Discussion: (1)Tom Ries talks about Concordia University in St. Paul, MN, (2) Jane Wilke talks about Lutheran Senior Services, (3)Ron Klemm and Jeral Becker talk about Bach at the Sem, (4) Rev. Mart Thompson studies Matthew 17:14-27 “Jesus heals a boy with a Demon”, and (5) Rev. Ryan Wendt gives today’s Matins Sermonette.