A Capella “O Savior Thou Who Wearest a Crown”


I have always loved “O Savior, Thou Who Wearest a Crown” even before I went on a mission to Germany, where I learned the original German words, which I loved as well. They are very different than the English and the first line is a little gruesome (It translates to “O head full of blood and wounds”).

I made this arrangement for Cantorum, a local chamber choir that does early music, because this is one of the oldest hymn tunes in the Hymnbook.

Enjoy the arrangement:

O Savior Thou Who Wearest (Cantorum)

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