Luther’s Legacy
St. Patrick Co-Cathedral
Saturday, November 18, 2017 | 7:30 p.m.
Sunday, November 19, 2017 | 3:00 p.m.

Lutheranism was developed by a German Monk named Martin Luther who sang tenor, played the lute and was a composer. He believed “music was next in importance to theology, a living voice of the Gospel, a gift from God to be used in all it’s fullness in Christian praise and prayer (”

Cantate #4 Christ Lag in Todes Banden
(Christ Lay in Deaths bonds.)

Joann Sebastian Bach‘s “First known attempt at painting narrative music.” John Elliot Gardiner. It is the Easter hymn for the Lutheran Church.

What Wondrous Love is This

Robert Scholz

A Christian folk hymn first published in Lynchburg Virginia in 1811. It has been used in the folk opera Singin’ Billy by American composer Charles F. Bryan. It is a widely known hymn used in hymnals in Christian churches.

A Mighty Fortress is our God

Martin Luther

One of the most popular hymns of the Lutheran tradition.

Concert Sponsors:

Jim & Peggy Good
Warren & Judy Frank
Jim & Frankie Bennett

2017-2018 Host Hotel

Northern Hotel

2017-2018 Season Sponsor

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