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Old Hundredth:

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[Gr. doxa=glory] formulaic ascription of praise to God, encountered in Jewish, Christian, and Islamic tradition. The best-known doxologies of the Christian church are Gloria in excelsis, or the greater doxology; Gloria Patri,
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The free student performance will include Henry Purcell's "Voluntary on Old 100th," Richard Strauss' "Vienna Philharmonic Fanfare," Edvard Grieg's "Funeral March," Aurelio Bonelli's "Toccata," Paul Dukas' "Fanfare for La Peri" and Raymond Premru's "Blues March.
These will be followed by Williams' The Old 100th, Howells' Like as The Hart and Parry's I Was Glad When They Said Unto Me, and Jerusalem.
The Old, Old, Very Old 100th package will feature a "presenter" with a tuning fork leading an ample assortment of four metrical psalms.