A Hymn

22 11 2009

Maybe it’s the time of year.  Perhaps it’s because of what I’ve been reading lately (church history and apologetics.)  Whatever the reason may be, I’ve been wanting to listen to traditional Christian hymns, mostly the Protestant variety.  I’m very picky and I can’t seem to find what I want on CD or even via internet audio or video.

But then I remembered that a dear friend of mine, Caleb Gilbert, is in a band called the Black House Ceilidh.  BHC put together a Christmas album a few years ago and does several appearances each holiday season.  The band is quite diverse in terms of its influences and style, but leans toward a traditional English and Celtic sounds.

Though not traditionally associated with Christmas, “Come Holy Ghost” is a song in the band’s holiday repertoire, and it fits nicely.  It’s actually the kind of hymn I’ve been wanting to hear, played in a style that I’ve had trouble finding.   Enjoy the video.




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