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This hymn by Bill Pasch and Bob Weaver is dedicated to Richard and Elaine Koenig.
The hymn from our winter 2009 issue.
The hymn from the Fall 2009 issue of LF.
Three musical settings of the beloved hymn "On My Heart Imprint Your Image" by Thomas Hansen Kingo from the Summer 2009 issue of LF.
The hymn from the Spring 2009 issue of LF.
The hymn from our Winter 2008 issue.
Helmuth Rilling, the preeminent Bach scholar and conductor, was born in Stuttgart, Germany, in 1933. After years of study in Germany and Italy, he founded the Gächinger Kantorei in 1953 and the Bach Collegium Stuttgart (the Kantorei’s orchestra) in 1965. With Royce Saltzman he co-founded the Oregon Bach Festival in 1970 and still serves as artistic director of the festival. In 1981 he founded the Internationale Bachakademie Stuttgart, an institution committed to education. Rilling was the first German conductor to conduct the Israeli Philharmonic in Israel after World War II and has appeared as a guest conductor with many major orchestras throughout the world. He has recorded the complete works of Bach with Hänssler Verlag, which released all of them on 172 compact discs to commemorate the 250th anniversary of Bach’s death in 2000. This interview took place at the Oregon Bach Festival in July 2008...
The hymn from our Fall 2008 issue.
The hymn from our Summer 2008 issue.
Our spring 2008 hymn.
Gracia Grindal's hymn from our Winter 2007 issue.
Bill Pasch wrote this hymn, set to the same tune as "O Day of Rest and Gladness," directing our prayers and praise to the oft-neglected third person of the Holy Trinity.