Trinity was pleased to host Jamie Bobb, Minister of Music at First Congregational Church in Columbus, Ohio, for a hymn festival on Friday, February 17. Jamie had rehearsed with the Trinity Choir on that preceding Wednesday, and they very much enjoyed working with him. The festival itself (which was a fantastic success) was a mixture of old and new hymns from various traditions, all an improvisations and arrangements by Jamie.
Please click on the links below to listen to some of the hymns from the festival; download the concert program here.
‘The Church’s one Foundation’ (Aurelia)
‘Sing of the Lord’s goodness’ (The Lord’s Goodness)
based on the jazz standard ‘Take Five,’ made famous by Dave Brubeck
‘The King of love my Shepherd is’ (St. Columba) and ‘Sing with all the saints in glory’ (Mississippi)
‘Each morning brings us’ (All Morgen ist ganz frisch) and ‘I want Jesus to walk with me’ (Sojurner)
Lisa Jennings, solo
‘Abide with me’ (Eventide)
‘O God beyond all praising’ (Thaxted)
For more information about Jamie and his musical work in Columbus, please visit the First Congregational Church website here.
Friday, February 17, 7:30 p. m.
Music for Brass, Organ, and Choir
Free and Open to the Public
LISTEN TO A PREVIEW HERE!
James E. Bobb,
Minister of Music,
First Congregational Church, Columbus, Ohio
Hymns on the Program Include:
The Church’s one Foundation
Sing of the Lord’s goodness (bassed on ‘Take Five,’ made famous by Dave Brubeck)
Abide with me
The King of love my shepherd is
Praise to the Lord, the Almighty
I want Jesus to walk with me
and many others