How Great Thou art

"The first drink out of the tumbler of natural science makes atheist, but at the bottom of the tumbler waits God.” Werner Heisenberg, Nobel Laureate for Physics

"We have to remember that what we observe is not nature herself, but nature exposed to our method of questioning" Werner Heisenberg

“If you look up, you do not see any limits.” From Japan

“Who wants to travel to the stars, should not look for company.” Hebbel

“If I want to grasp that wonder, my mind is awed into silence.” Gellert

Die Himmel erzählen die Ehre Gottes; SWV386.

The music you hear - if your speakers are ON and you have pressed the above PLAY button - is based on Psalm 19 [The Firmament] and written by Heinrich Schütz.
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It was performed by Ensemble Cantare, during a concert in Bedheim, Thuringia, Germany, on Sept 6, 2003.
The recording was provided by singer and fellow amateur astronomer Jens Peter Bork, Aachen, Germany.
The Ensemble Cantare is currently not performing, but you can contact Jens Peter via jens (dot) bork (at) yahoo (dot) de for more recordings.