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I am looking for any suggestions for an instrumental piece for Easter Sunday meditation. I know people probably aren't thinking about Easter, but with it coming early this year, I want to have plenty of practice time in. Thanks in advance for any and all suggestions.
Jan 26th 2013 new

(Quote) Jennifer-575691 said: I am looking for any suggestions for an instrumental piece for Easter Sunday meditation. I know peopl...
(Quote) Jennifer-575691 said: I am looking for any suggestions for an instrumental piece for Easter Sunday meditation. I know people probably aren't thinking about Easter, but with it coming early this year, I want to have plenty of practice time in. Thanks in advance for any and all suggestions.
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Some arrangement of O filii et filiae is always nice at Easter. :) A lot of people seem to like a specific toccata on O filii et filiae by Lynnwood Farnham; it can be viewed on youtube here:

www.youtube.com

I think it's a bit wild, myself, but you can still here a bit of the melody.

Jan 26th 2013 new

(Quote) Chelsea-743484 said: Some arrangement of O filii et filiae is always nice at Easter. :) A lot of people seem...
(Quote) Chelsea-743484 said:



Some arrangement of O filii et filiae is always nice at Easter. :) A lot of people seem to like a specific toccata on O filii et filiae by Lynnwood Farnham; it can be viewed on youtube here:

www.youtube.com

I think it's a bit wild, myself, but you can still here a bit of the melody.

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Ha! I can't believe I wrote "here" for "hear"!

Jan 26th 2013 new
Thanks for the suggestion, I will take a look at it and see if we can make it work for two instruments (we are a small parish).
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