This chorale prelude is in the form of a fantasia as it uses phrases from this hymn interspersed with a lot of free material. It can serve as either a prelude or postlude. The trombone uses a syncopated eighth-note rhythm during the sustained notes at the beginning. This pattern then dominates the last third of the piece, evoking visions of Widor's Toccata.
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