15 Hymns: Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence

I have always loved this song, but it never seems to work for congregational singing. So, I built my own congregation, out of cloned replicas of myself. Oh man, that would be the greatest church ever. Wait … never mind. On second thought, that would be the worst church ever.

Let_Mortal.mp3

let all mortal flesh
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7 thoughts on “15 Hymns: Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence

  1. aly hawkins

    Yes, that would be the worst church ever. But it would sound GREAT!

    I’ve always loved this chant. Am I right in asserting that the older the hymn, the better? What is this, like 1500 years old? And it still holds up…and better, begs for reinterpretation.

    Kudos, Michael. You’ve paid homage to the ancient, and given a nod to the future.

  2. june

    Flautists.

    Back in my college Flute Ensemble days (yes, we had tour t-shirts) I could hold my own on an alto and a bass flute (which looks like a flute on massive amounts of steroids) but now I’m afraid I would only make babies cry and dogs howl.

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