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This is a nifty Purcell anthem that sets text from Psalm 63.
But it is perhaps most noteworthy for its concluding Halleluia section, the source of the tune WESTMINSTER ABBEY.
Purcell played the organ at Westminster Abbey, and is in fact buried near that organ. So, in modern terminology, one could say that Purcell played WESTMINSTER ABBEY at Westminster Abbey.
The tune WESTMINSTER ABBEY is most often sung to the text "Christ is made the sure foundation".
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Look, Sowerby, I don't know what you're trying to pull, but I can't find your anthem texts anywhere! You don't cite any author or scripture, and Google doesn't pull up anything for key phrases (like "Now there lightens upon us"). What's going on with you?
Are you writing these yourself?
Wait, I see now that "Like the beams that from the sun", your delightful Pentecost anthem is from a volume called Hymns of the Russian Church published in 1920.
But even my mad skillz combined with that great musicological tool that is the internet can't determine the authorship of some of your texts. What gives?
Did you know that Sowerby won the Pulitzer prize in 1946, the year before Charles Ives?
The mere colour of a wine was enough to inspire him: he thought that the golden Frascati of Rome was like "an ode of Horace" and that the red wine sauce served with roast fowl was at its best only after the "joyful red C major colour" had slowly cooked and become "melancholy" (dark) enough.
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It was within ten percent, then, five, then four . . .
CBS called the race for Clinton at 21:15.
An hour and a half later, we pick up the story with Obama trailing Clinton:
23:43 - 48.3% to 51.7%
23:49 - 49.1% to 50.9%
0:37 - 49.3% to 50.7%
1:00 - Still too close to call for everyone except stupid CBS.
1:12 - Something gives, and everybody starts calling Indiana for Clinton. Let me just point out that if I believed CBS, I could have gone to bed four hours ago.
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