Garden of Tears. Here is a poignant reflection upon Christ as He prayed alone in the Garden of Gethsemane. The lyrics recall the gospel story. "Flowering trees shower petals and leaves all around on the ground, where He weeps on His knees." The music flows in 3/4 with sensitive text declamation and colorful harmonies.
Every night I enter with you. In this little garden of tears. Every night, I put my heart. In your chest of flowers. Yersteday, your kiss was made of honey. But the fruits taste like salt. Yersteday, your kiss was made of honey. Now, you smile of the sky. It's so, it's so quiet in the garden of tears.
The Garden of Tears. Joseph M. Martin - Shawnee Press. Deeply moving music brings to life the sacred soliloquy of the Savior in Gethsemane. Opening with an expressive Welsh hymn tune, the piece continues with a bittersweet melody and imagery-filled text. The orchestration is restrained yet powerful and, along with the evocative vocals, creates a lush tone painting.
Ruthie Schram’s considerable gifts as a lyricist and melodic writer abound in this poignant reflection upon Christ as He prayed alone in the Garden of Gethsemane. The lyrics recall the gospel story. The music flows in 3/4, with sensitive text declamation and colorful harmonies. An optional oboe (or C Instrument) obbligato adds a mournful touch.
Garden of Tears, Ruth Elaine Schram, Sing Hallelujah! Concert - A Musical Journey of Salvation, St. Joseph of Cupertino Church, Music Ministers, Lectors, and.
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