Thursday, November 22, 2012

Trinity's song rings out

It's the anniversary of the deaths of CS Lewis, Aldous Huxley and JFK.  Lewis who wrote that Aslan sang creation into being... so very appropriate for the day of his death. It's St. Cecilia's day.

John Dryden wrote an Ode for that day, and the Lutheran Handel added the music: In the beginning. Love. Diversity. Harmony. Music to dance to.

 From harmony, from heavenly harmony, 
This universal frame began. 
Through all the compass of the notes it ran, 
The diapason closing full in man. 

Listen to more with Mike Reeves - Enjoying Trinity 2: The Spreading Love

And then Mike Reeves - Theology in Music

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