The Rosary (1898) composed by American pianist/composer Ethelbert Nevin (1862-1901).
Nevin spent many years abroad teaching voice and giving piano recitals, staying for a time in Paris and Berlin. He studied with Karl Klindworth while in Berlin, who said of Nevin, "he has a touch that brings tears, and it is in interpretation rather than in bravura that he excels." (from Wikipedia)
The Rosary has been recorded by many artists including vocalists Perry Como, Johnny Mathis and theatre organist Jesse Crawford.
My interpretation makes use of the chimes, vibraphone and chrysoglott (celesta) along with the other voices of the organ..... from a whisper to the full ensemble..... in a style harkening back to the time when you could still hear theatre pipe organs at all the great movie palaces.