I added a number of instruments to The Lord’s Prayer. Originally it was just piano and violin, but after recording the violin, I decided perhaps the addition of pipe organ could help. Once I had added the pipe organ, it seemed like the arrangement took on a life of it’s own, and as it stands now, it also has french horn, oboe, english horn, clarinet, chimes, tympani, and suspended cymbal. The woodwinds play very little, but you can hear the oboe enter at 1:25, and the woodwind trio at about 1:44. The french horn first plays at about :42, and I’m telling you in case you are the analytical or curious type and would like to listen for the entrances of these instruments. Lastly, I used two different pipe organ sounds. Throughout the majority of the song I used a softer, somewhat sedate sound; at the apex, where the lyric is “For Thine is the kingdom etc….” I switched to a massive sound, the kind you might hear on a majestically powerful hymn in a large cathedral.