More Bach from the Organ Bench

David Maxwell shares some insights about the hymn arranged by Johann Sebastian Bach, “Lord Jesus Christ, Be Present Now” (LSB 902), from the organ in the Chapel of St. Timothy and St. Titus.

Previously, Dr. Maxwell reflected on Bach’s Pentecost hymn, “Come, Holy Ghost, Creator Blest” (LSB 498).

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  1. Paul T. McCain June 30, 2019
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    I really enjoy these videos, wonderfully done and so informative. Thank you!

    Rev. Paul T. McCain
    Publisher
    Concordia Publishing House

  2. Tom Koenig May 22, 2021
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    I liked your presentation. As I am wanna be organist, you inspire me.

  3. Tom Koenig May 22, 2021
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    Let me know of more of your organ music.

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