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  1. Kigabar Reply
    Dec 21,  · timely to share my own: Lo, how a rose is blooming from ancient stem re-sprung. Amid the chaos looming as bards of old have sung. It comes a flow’ret bright with fragrance full of music when half spent is our fright. How can this rose now blooming, In days of greed and lies, Withstand the threats, the dooming, of guns, of hope that dies?
  2. Zujora Reply
    Nov 28,  · The Mormon Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square perform the German carol, "Lo, How a Rose E'er Blooming" with the harmonization by Michael Praetorius. Episode Aired November 29,
  3. JoJolar Reply
    Lo, How A Rose E'er Blooming. Notes. For Christmas. Words: Es ist ein Ros entsprungen, 15th Century German carol, 23 stanzas Also: Es ist ein Roess entsprungen and Es ist ein Reis entsprugen Music: Es Ist Ein Ros, Anonymous, 16th Century (Arr. by Michael Praetorius, ) (link opens at Cyberhymnal) MIDI / Noteworthy Composer / PDF (These links open at CCEH, the Christian Classic .
  4. Nabei Reply
    “Lo, How a Rose E’er Blooming” From the 15th-century German, translated by Theodore Baker UM Hymnal, No. Lo, how a Rose e’er blooming from tender stem hath sprung! Of Jesse’s lineage coming, as those of old have sung. It came, a flow’ret bright, amid the .
  5. Kagaran Reply
    Christmas Day: "Lo, How a Rose E'er Blooming" hopefully I get this right) Alte catholische geistliche Kirchengesiinge, which seems to be a collection of old Catholic carols. The author of the lyrics is anonymous, but they focus on a prophecy in the book of Isiah, which predicted a rose blooming from the "stem of Jesse." But that's for.
  6. Kanos Reply
    Dec 22,  · For the most part, the song is rooted in Scripture, and the Christmas story in Luke Through His human birth, Christ is connected to the family of King David, “a Rod from the stem of Jesse,” David’s father (Isa. ; cf. Matt. ). CH-1) Lo, how a Rose e’er blooming .
  7. Kagacage Reply
    This creative pairing of Amanda McBrooms's The Rose with the Praetorius Lo, How a Rose e'er Blooming has become a classic at Conspirare's "Christmas at the Carillon" concerts. Incredibly moving! Select a Product. listen. view. watch. My Library. Description. .
  8. Tujar Reply
    Lo, How a Rose E'er Blooming. This is a new and fresh gospel transformation of the ancient German Christmas carol. The rhythm is changed to 3/4 throughout, the melody is adorned with passing tones that create graceful arcs, and the piano accompaniment is filled with gospel-style rhythmic and harmonic gestures. The saxophone accompaniment adds a jazzy feel, and the saxophone solo in the middle .

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