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Upcoming Music

Music List--Fall 2018

All music is sung at the 10:30 a.m. Sunday liturgy, unless otherwise noted


September 2

The Fifteenth Sunday after Pentecost

Richard Farrant—Lord, for thy tender mercy’s sake

John Rutter—God be in my head


September 9

The Sixteenth Sunday after Pentecost

John Carter—Holy manna

Bob Chilcott—Be thou my vision


September 16

The Seventeenth Sunday after Pentecost

Eric Thiman—Praise the Lord, His glories show

Earlene Rentz—Just as I am


September 23

The Eighteenth Sunday after Pentecost

Anthony Piccolo—O come let us sing

Ben Lane—Blest are the pure in heart


September 30

The Nineteenth Sunday after Pentecost

Mack Wilberg—Love divine, all loves excelling

Sir John Stainer—How beautiful upon the mountains


October 7

The Twentieth Sunday after Pentecost

Edward Bairstow—Though I speak with the tongues of men

Herbert Howells—My eyes for beauty pine


October 14

The Twenty-first Sunday after Pentecost

Willis Bodine—Psalm 121: I lift up my eyes

Jean Berger—The eyes of all wait upon thee


October 21



October 28

John Bertalot—Amazing grace

John Goss—O Saviour of the world


October 28

Evensong at The UF Chapel of the Incarnation at 5 p.m.

Introit:  Christopher Tye—Hail, glorious spirits, heirs of light

Responses: Paul Spicer

Psalm 24: William Crotch

Service: George Dyson in D

Anthem: John Leavitt—How lovely is your dwelling place


November 4

All Saints’ Sunday

Christopher Tye—Hail, glorious spirits, heirs of light

John Leavitt—How lovely is your dwelling place

T. L. da Victoria—O quam gloriosum


November 4

All Saints’ Concert at 4 p.m.

Organ:  Louis Vierne—Finale (SYMPHONIE 1)

Andrew Lloyd Webber—Pie Jesu (REQUIEM)

Felix Mendelssohn—ALLEGRO (String Symphony No. 7 in D Minor)

Jeffrey L. Ames—In remembrance

Mack Wilberg—Come, come ye saints

W. A. Mozart—REQUIEM (movements 1-7)


November 11

The Twenty-fifth Sunday after Pentecost

Christopher Tye—Give almes of thy goods

Sir Walford Davies—Blest are the pure in heart


November 18

The Twenty-sixth Sunday after Pentecost

John Gardner—Fight the good fight

C. H. H. Parry—Prevent us, O Lord


November 25

The Last Sunday after Pentecost:  Christ the King

E. T. Chapman—Let all the world in every corner sing

Peter Aston—So they gave their bodies


November 25

St. Andrew’s Day Service at 5 p.m.

Introit:  David Overton, arr.—Loch Lomond

Responses: Paul Spicer

Psalm 19:  T. A. Walmisley

Service: George Dyson in D

Anthem: Ralph Vaughan Williams—Linden Lea  


December 2

The First Sunday of Advent

Mark Brooks—An Advent Responsory

Charles Wood—O thou the central orb

J. S. Bach—Zion hears her watchmen’s voices


December 9

The Second Sunday of Advent

Henry Ley—Come, thou long expected Jesus

Thomas Tallis—If ye love me


December 16

The Third Sunday of Advent

Martin How—Advent Message

Adrian Batten—When the Lord turned again


December 23

The Fourth Sunday of Advent

Malcolm Archer—The Angel Gabriel

Simon Lindley—Ave Maria


December 24

Christmas Eve

Charles Wood—King Jesus hath a garden

Dan Forrest—There is faint music

William Mathias—Wassail Carol

Brian Trant—The Virgin Mary had a baby boy

George Guest—Suo Gân