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O For a Thousand Tongues to Sing, Vol. II, Lent and Palm Sunday – Larry Visser

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Larry Visser (b. 1962)

Larry Visser is a very talented composer of organ and choral music who specializes in composing works based on hymn tunes. He has degrees from Calvin College and the University of Michigan. Currently he is organist at LaGrave Avenue Christian Reformed Church in Grand Rapids, Michigan.



“For the devoted player of hymns, they will broaden the mind and open up new meaning in the beloved repertoire. For an audience, they will provide color, excitement, and the pleasure of beholding a familiar melody in a new and thrilling garb.” –Jonathan B. Hall from his review in The American Organist, March 2014, p. 72.

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Contains settings of REDHEAD 76 (Go to Dark Gethsemane); MARTYRDOM (Alas, and Did My Savior Bleed); WERE YOU THERE (Were You There?); HERZLIEBSTER JESU (Ah, Holy Jesus, How Hast Thou Offended); BOURBON (It Happened on That Fateful Night); ST. CHRISTOPHER (Beneath the Cross of Jesus); ROCKINGHAM OLD (When I Survey the Wondrous Cross); WONDROUS LOVE (What Wondrous Love Is This?); HERZLICH TUT MICH VERLANGEN (O Sacred Head, Now Wounded); ELLACOMBE (Hosanna, Loud Hosanna); and ST. THEODULPH (All Glory, Laud, and Honor). Medium.

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