I didn’t realize this was going to turn out to be (only in Latin) Angels We Have Heard on High; but once he started singing, I didn’t want Andrea Bocelli to stop. Gloria in Excelsis Deo, “Glory to God in the Highest”–none the worse for being heard in June.
Meanwhile, we’re ready to post your favorite hymns. All you have to do is ask.
This was the first hymn that popped into my head this morning, so that’s why it’s posted–Gloria in Excelsis Deo, sung by the Libera boys’ choir, melody by St. Saens. I usually play this around Christmastime, but maybe we need it today.
I usually post this at Christmastime, but I’m glad I saved it for today. I don’t know about you, but I need its beauty. The beauty of holiness (Psalm 110).
Gloria in Excelsis Deo, sung by the Libera boys’ choir–and don’t mind the Latin, the music speaks for itself.
Please, Mr. Computer! Can I please post my hymn today? It’s Gloria in Excelsis Deo, sung by Libera. You like that, don’t you?
Some of you have your churches shut down by the quarantine, so an extra hymn on a Sunday afternoon won’t come amiss–Gloria in Excelsis Deo, sung by the Libera boys’ choir (“Glory to God in the highest”). You can probably work out the Latin lyrics by yourself.
Well, no one has requested a hymn for today, so I had to go out and find one.
This is Gloria in Excelsis Deo, by the students at Fountainview Academy–and what do you think of that snowscape?
One of the most gorgeous pieces of music I know, sometimes I post it when it’s nowhere near Christmas: requested by Joshua, sung by the Libera boys’ choir, Gloria in Excelsis Deo, by Camille Saint-Saens. You don’t mind that the lyrics are in Latin, do you?
Usually I save this hymn for Christmas-time, but I had a desire for it yesterday–Gloria in Excelsis Deo, by Saint-Saens, sung by the Libera boys’ choir.
We’re open all day for hymn requests, by the way. Just leave a comment anywhere.
Here’s another blessing a lot of us could use today–a glorious, beautiful hymn, Gloria in Excelsis Deo, performed by the Libera Boys Choir with Fiona Pears, Robert Prizeman, Ian Tilley, and the City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra.
Requested by Joshua–and thanks, Joshua, for that!
I usually play this hymn around Christmas time, but really, it’s good for anytime–Gloria in Excelsis Deo by Saint-Saens, sung by the Libera boys’ choir. You can almost understand the Latin lyrics, if you just relax and listen.