Trinity Sunday is a special day in the Christian liturgical calendar that’s dedicated to the Holy Trinity—the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. It’s celebrated on the Sunday following Pentecost, emphasising the three Persons of God as a unity. The doctrine of the Trinity is a profound and central mystery of the Christian faith, and Trinity Sunday is the day specifically set aside to reflect upon and celebrate this mystery.
One of the most iconic aspects of this celebration is the hymn “Holy, Holy, Holy”. Written by Reginald Heber and set to the tune NICEA by John Bacchus Dykes. The text draws directly from the book of Revelation, where seraphim continuously sing praises to God, proclaiming, “Holy, Holy, Holy, is the Lord God Almighty.”
In this video I’m playing two organ pieces by @OrganGuyPhil and @SecretsofOrganPlaying respectively. Phil’s “Trinity Procession” and Vidas’ “Berceuse on Nicea” at Christ Church, Beechworth. The music for each piece is available as a PDF below.
Trinity Procession: https://www.sheetmusicplus.com/title/trinity-procession-nicaea-organ-work-by-phil-lehenbauer-digital-sheet-music/21813998?aff_id=478282
Berceuse on Nicea: https://www.sheetmusicplus.com/title/berceuse-on-nicaea-op-233-organ-solo-by-vidas-pinkevicius-digital-sheet-music/22519684?aff_id=478282
8 Open Diapason
8 Stopped Diapason Bass
8 Stopped Diapason Treble
Great to Pedals
Attached drawknob console
3 composition pedals
Mechanical action throughout
0:00 | Trinity Procession
3:08 | Berceuse on Nicea
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