Psalm 22, 18 April 14

Good Friday is traditionally and appropriately a minimalist quiet moment of reflection.

As we saw last Sunday this psalm text, a harbinger of the dark moments in the story of Jesus, captures the mood perfectly. The setting will be that by Christopher Willcock in Together in Song No 9.

Psalm South Singers: there’s some nice harmonies in the full music parts; please review and add a harmony part on Friday.

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