Charles Tournemire: Sept choral-poèmes pour les sept paroles du Xrist, Op. 67 (Seven Chorale Poems on the Seven Last Words of Christ), performed by Robert Glasgow at Independent Presbyterian Church, Birmingham, Alabama, during the 1975 Religious Arts Festival on May 12, 1975
No. 1: "Father, forgive them, for they know not what they do."
James Giles & Deborah Sobol, piano
Recording from a Rush Hour Concerts 2007 Summer Concert Series.
1. Marche militaire D. 733 (Op.51) no.1
2. Valses nobles D. 969 (Op.77) no.1-3
3. Wiener Damen-Landler, D. 734 (Op.67) no.1-5
4. Waltz, D.146 (Op.127) no. 10
6-9. Fantasie in F minor, D. 940 (Op.103)
Song without Words, Op. 67 No. 1 in E-flat Major, by Felix Mendelssohn
I played this tender lullaby-like piece for a service prelude at Resurrection Lutheran Lutheran Cary in 2005. Their sanctuary piano is a Kawaii Grand. I prefer a bit slower tempo than you'll sometimes hear in recordings by more well-known artists.
You can also view this on my YouTube Channel where it is paired with a meditation from Psalm 139 and features the photography of Cindy Ippel Salas. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=06wdoItsC9U
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