Old Hundredth

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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 concert opens with all the choristers singing "Let the Earth Resound" and the massed choirs unite again at the end with the audience joining in "The Old Hundredth" .
The integrity of Vaughan Williams' Old Hundredth exposed the blandness of Janet Revill's When I survey the wondrous Cross (both with Band and combined Choirs).