Thee We Adore: Organ Settings of Chant-Based Hymns

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Thee We Adore
Organ Settings of Chant-Based Hymns

Christopher J. Hoh
Organ, 3-staff

Featuring eight organ pieces, these compositions draw upon hymn tunes rooted in Gregorian chant, the ancient song of the Christian church.

Each piece preserves the established melody, often with words derived from the original chant, and spans the church year from Advent to Pentecost.

Christopher J. Hoh's unique and creative style breathes fresh life into these timeless melodies.

Table of Contents:

Adoro te devote ("Thee We Adore")
Christ ist erstanden ("Christ the Lord Is Risen Again")
Conditor alme siderum ("Creator of the Stars of Night")
Hamburg ("When I Survey the Wondrous Cross")
Erhalt uns, Herr ("Lord, Keep Us Steadfast in Your Word")
Veni Creator Spiritus ("Come, Holy Ghost, Our Souls Inspire")
Veni Emmanuel ("O Come, O Come, Emmanuel")
Pange lingua ("Sing, My Tongue")