Relaxing religious orchestra christian choral music to read Hamlet (in caps)

THE TRAGEDY OF HAMLET, PRINCE OF DENMARK ACT I SCENE I. Elsinore. A platform before the Castle. Enter Francisco and Barnardo, two sentinels. BARNARDO. Who’s there? FRANCISCO. Nay, answer me. Stand and unfold yourself. BARNARDO. Long live the King! FRANCISCO. Barnardo? BARNARDO. He. FRANCISCO. You come most carefully upon your hour. BARNARDO. ’Tis now struck…

Jean-Joseph Cassanéa de Mondonville: Elevaverunt flumina (1734) | from Dominus regnavit | Psalm 92

— Latin — Elevaverunt flumina, Domine, Elevaverunt flumina vocem suam, Elevaverunt flumina, Domine, Elevaverunt flumina vocem suam, Elevaverunt flumina, Domine, Elevaverunt flumina fluctus suos, Elevaverunt flumina fluctus suos, fluctus suos, A vocibus aquarum multarum. flumina fluctus suos, A vocibus aquarum multarum. flumina fluctus suos, Elevaverunt flumina, flumina Elevaverunt flumina, flumina Elevaverunt flumina, flumina flumina fluctus…

Bach: St. John Passion BWV 245 (Rochester Bach Festival)

Johann Sebastian Bach: St. John Passion PART I Lord, our ruler, whose glory is magnificent everywhere! Lord, our ruler Lord! our ruler, whose glory is magnificent everywhere! whose glory is magnificent everywhere! Show us through your passion that you , the true son of God at all times, even in the most lowly state (that…

Glory to the Holy One Premiere Concert (Saint Andrew’s Chapel)

Would you join me in welcoming Dr. R.C. Sproul and Mr. Jeff Lippencott? (Latin chorus) One hammer in the hand of an obscure Augustinian monk changed the world forever. Martin Luther posted his 95 theses on the church door in Wittenberg, Germany, calling his fellow professors to examine issues of supreme theological importance. Thus began…