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Special Episode: BACH to Thankfulness

"Arguably the greatest composer to have lived did not start from scratch"

November 27, 2019 • Jarrod Richey • Church Music

In this special Thanksgiving edition of Redeemer Talk, Jarrod Richey uses one of the most well-known hymns of this season of the year to highlight the often forgotten trait of thankfulness in church music and culture. Hear excerpts from J.S. Bach's Cantata 192, 79, and Mendelssohn's Symphony 5 fourth movement.

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