A.H.Malotte : The Lord's Prayer / Westminster Choir Nov. 21. 2013 @Soongsil University
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Matthew Heath sings Malotte's "The Lord's Prayer" at his first vocal recital. Shot at Desert Palm UCC, 4/28/12 Piano Accompaniment by Jon Sywassink. Videography by Jon Lucas, shot on a Canon T2i, edited by Nikola Stojanović I do not own rights to the original song.
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This was performed, with accompaniment by Dr. Douglas Major, during the National Service of Prayer and Remembrance following Sept 11. The song was composed by Albert Hay Malotte in 1935. A studio recording is available here: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B001BKRY8Y and on itunes. The entire service can be viewed and purchased here: http://www.c-spanvideo.org/program/166031-1
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2018 Mid-American Union Music Festival at Union College in Lincoln, Nebraska Director: Ricky Little, DMA
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Music video by Andrea Bocelli performing The Lord's Prayer. (C) 2015 Sugar Srl, under exclusive license to Universal International Music B.V., a Universal Music Group company http://vevo.ly/bWIeBz
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https://blog.seanjacksonmusic.com/join-us/ Soprano Meaghan Joynt of http://www.meaghanjoynt.com performs a rendition of Albert Hay Malotte's The Lord's Prayer accompanied by organist Sean Jackson of http://www.seanjacksonmusic.com. This is the 2nd in a series of monthly performances for 2011 featuring friends of Dr. Jackson. See his blog at https://blog.seanjacksonmusic.com/join-us/ for the other performances in this series as well as performances from the 2010 series.
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The Lord's Prayer by Albert Hay Malotte and arranged for harp by Carlos Salzedo: Our Father which art in heaven, Hallowed be thy name. Thy kingdom come, thy will be done in earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread, and forgive us our debts as we forgive our debtors. And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil. For thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory forever. Amen.
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The Lord's Prayer / A.H.Malotte (Sop.Cristina Park Hyo-Kang)
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The Lord's Prayer
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Here is the divine Eileen Farrell singing Albert Hay Malotte's "The Lord's Prayer. Malotte (1895-1964)composed his arrangement of the Lord's Prayer in 1935 and it was originally recorded by John Charles Thomas. Playlist for "Farrell sing Songs": http://www.youtube.com/user/kadoguy2006#grid/user/7F4A78B401D5BFDB I have many playlists of rare performances with Eileen Farrell. Please see my channel page for the others.
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Christmas in Vienna 2009
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The most famous and popular setting to music of The Lord's Prayer (Welsh - Gweddi'r Arglwydd) Recorded at Manchester Cathedral in 1999. Musical Director Maestro Colin Jones. Rhosllanerchrugog.
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Nathaniel Adams sings "The Lord's Prayer" (Matthew 6:9-13), composed by Albert Hay Malotte.
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The Lord's Prayer, also known as the Our Father, is probably the best-known prayer in Christianity. The Music was composed by Albert Hay Malotte (1895-1964), an American pianist, organist, composer and educator. He also wrote the music for 23rd Psalm and the Beatitudes. Thank you and Godbless! (Live Recording) ： 真理大學禮拜堂午間音樂會 Recording Place: Aletheia University, Taipei,Taiwan. Recording Date: 2012/05/18 Performer: Piano- 王怡婷Annie Wang Organ- 余曉怡
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The Lord's Prayer Sung by Irish baritone, James Bierney The Lord's Prayer Our Father, which art in heaven, hallowed be Thy Name. Thy kingdom come, Thy will be done, on earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread. And forgive us our debts, as we forgive our debtors. And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil. For Thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory, for ever. Amen. About the setting: There is a curious story behind the original publication of Albert Hay Malotte’s “The Lord’s Prayer”. Sheet music for single art songs, sacred songs and light popular songs were still common publications in the 1935. Major publishers such as G. Schirmer received many hundreds of song submissions each year from hopeful composers. “The Lord’s Prayer” was just such a submission. The chances for an unsolicited submission being accepted for publication were (and still are) very slim. For whatever reason, possibly because there was already a full publishing schedule of sacred songs, “The Lord’s Prayer” landed in a rejection pile. Out of nowhere an order came in from a Midwestern store for 500 copies of Malotte’s “The Lord’s Prayer”, spurred by an Ohio radio broadcast of the song. A frantic search revealed that there was no such publication. A resourceful, tenacious editor had a long-shot hunch barely worth exploring, but to be safe took a look at the songs submitted for review. It wasn’t there. Taking the hunt one more unlikely step, the pile of rejected songs was checked. There, at the bottom of the stack, was “The Lord’s Prayer”. Had the secretary gotten that far in typing rejection letters, G. Schirmer would have missed out on what turned out to be the most famous American sacred song of the 20th century. About the composer: Albert Hay Malotte (May 19, 1895 – November 16, 1964) was the son of Charles and Katherine (Donavon) Malotte. He was in Boy Scouts of America Troop 1, the first Boy Scout troop in Philadelphia. Malotte graduated from Tioga High School and sang at Saint James Episcopal Church in Philadelphia as a choir boy. He studied with Victor Herbert, W. S. Stansfield, and later in Paris with organist Georges Jacob. His career as an organist began in Chicago where he played for silent pictures and later concertized throughout the US and Europe. During World War II he held the rank of Captain in the Special Services for two years while he toured with the USO and entertained troops in New Guinea, Australia and Europe. At one point he sponsored his own troupe of entertainers that included Judith Anderson, Anne Triola and Helen McClure Preister. Malotte was an amateur pilot, avid golfer and even boxed with Jack Dempsey in Memphis, Tennessee. He spent most of his career as a composer in Hollywood. Malotte married Marguerite Stevens Hester on August 23, 1946. His first wife, Elmina Todd, had died the previous year in Hollywood. Malotte composed a number of film scores, including mostly uncredited music for animations from the Disney studios. Although two movies for which he composed scores won best Short Subject Academy Awards (Ferdinand the Bull in 1939 and The Ugly Duckling in 1940), he is best remembered for a setting of the Lord's Prayer. Written in 1935, it was recorded by the baritone John Charles Thomas, and remained highly popular for use as a solo in churches and at weddings in the US for some decades. He composed a number of other religious pieces, including settings of the Beatitudes and of the Twenty-third Psalm which have also remained popular as solos. His secular songs, such as "Ferdinand the Bull" (from the Disney animated short of the same name), "For my mother" (a setting of a poem by 12-year-old Bobby Sutherland) and "I am proud to be an American" are less well remembered. Some of his works are collected in the library of the University of California Los Angeles and the Library of Congress. In addition, Malotte wrote uncredited stock music for many other films in the 1930s and early 1940s, including twenty-two of the Disney Silly Symphonies and other shorts such Little Hiawatha as well as Ferdinand the Bull. He also composed cantatas, oratorios, musicals and ballets. Malotte owned Apple Valley Music.
Views: 13386 James Bierney
‘The Lord's Prayer’ by A. Malotte, arr. C. Deis. Sung at the 9th Annual Choral Festival 2014 of Shenandoah Christian Music Camp (VA). Conducted by Wendell Glick.
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Victoria Bechtold Kush, Soprano - The Lord's Prayer Also featuring Jorge Emilio Rodriguez, piano
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Emily Levin, Harp Recorded at Snowmass Chapel Sunday, August 04, 2013 Praised by the Jerusalem Post for her "communicative, emotionally intense expression," 22-year-old harpist Emily Levin is the Harp Fellow at the Aspen Music Festival. She is the recent 3rd Prize winner of the 9th USA International Harp Competition and was a Finalist and Irena Kaganovsky Prize winner of the 17th International Harp Contest in Israel. As a soloist, Levin has performed with the Jerusalem, Colorado, Littleton and Denver Symphony Orchestras. She performed twice at the World Harp Congress and was awarded the prestigious Performer's Certificate from Indiana University. She is a recurring Guest Artist with the Colorado Chamber Players. Ms. Levin recently graduated from Indiana University with a BM with Distinction in Harp Performance and a BA with honors in History. She will begin her Masters degree this fall at The Juilliard School.
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Joanne Martinez VonGonten, soprano with Sergio Puig, Pianist at the First Presbyterian Church of Delray Beach, FL, March 2012 This video is the property of Classical Artists Resource, Inc. and Joanne Martinez VonGonten. All rights reserved. No duplication or use of any part of this recording or any images contained herein without express permission.
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The Lord's Prayer, also known as the Our Father or Pater noster, is probably the best-known prayer in Christianity. On Easter Sunday 2007 it was estimated that 2 billion Protestant, Catholic, and Eastern Orthodox Christians read, recited, or sang the short prayer in hundreds of languages in houses of worship of all shapes and sizes. Although many theological differences and various modes and manners of worship divide Christians, according to Fuller Seminary professor Clayton Schmit "there is a sense of solidarity in knowing that Christians around the globe are praying together, and these words always unite us. Two versions of it occur in the New Testament, one in the Gospel of Matthew 6:9--13 as part of the discourse on ostentation, a section of the Sermon on the Mount, and the other in the Gospel of Luke 11:2--4. This new interpretation and musical arrangement on The Lord's Prayer, as originally composed by A. H. Malotte, is a tribute to the greatest Mario Lanza, who made this aria quite famous, first through his movie entitled "Because you're mine", then by making a famous recording of this religious song, which remains unforgettable, together with "I'll walk with God", splendid aria, that Mario Lanza subsequently sang in "The Student Prince". Thanks to the kind contribution of youtube's member named "theirisher", we do know now that the first one to sing this beautiful aria, and popularize it, was the great baritone Igor Gorin. John Charles Thomas also made a popular recording of it. belief faith God religion religious pray Jesus Christ spiritual spirituality Theology song vocal Gospel Syr Sir Maestro Reginald theological théologie théologique croire croyance Dieu Almighty prière prières praying prayers voice vocal baryton baritone Praise sing singing Mario Lanza
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Bruno Sandes, baritone Jim Gladstone, organ Live recording of Albert Hay Malotte's The Lord's Prayer. Zach & Lauren Crimmins' wedding at Epiphany Lutheran Church (Westfield, IN). Pictures by Natalie Kunkel Photography.
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THE LORD'S PRAYER - Albert Hay Malotte com MARIA CRISTINA MEDEIROS Soprano: Maria Cristina Medeiros Piano: Raquel Rubinatto (Grupo Rubi)
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This Lady taught at Interlochen International Music Camp in a studio next to Van Cliburn. When he performed at Birmingham Municipal Auditorium he jumped the line backstage to come out and greet her. Several of her students from Southeastern Bible College were there and Amazed that an artist of his stature was so taken by this lovely musician. Of course, he knew her as we did "Miss Helen"
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The Lord's Prayer (Malotte/arr. Anderson) Clara Martin, piano Geoff Ryken, handbells
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