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Music List Fall 2017

 

September 3

The Thirteenth Sunday after Pentecost

Gilbert Martin—When I survey the wondrous cross

Malcolm Archer—My song is love unknown

 

September 10

The Fourteenth Sunday after Pentecost

César Franck—Psalm 150

J. S. Bach—Jesu, joy of man’s desiring

 

September 17

The Fifteenth Sunday after Pentecost

Mack Wilberg—Saints bound for heaven

Mikail Ippolitof-Ivanof—Bless the Lord, O my soul

 

September 17
Tenth Anniversary Concert at 4 p.m.

César Franck—Psalm 150

J. S. Bach—Jesu, joy of man’s desiring

Stephen Paulus—Pilgrims’ Hymn

Mack Wilberg—Saints bound for heaven

Mack Wilberg—Death shall not destroy my comfort

Mack Wilberg—Come, thou fount of every blessing

Josephine Poelinitz—City called heaven

Johannes Brahms—How lovely is thy dwelling place

 

September 24

The Sixteenth Sunday after Pentecost

Mrs. H. H. A. Beach—O praise the Lord, all ye nations

Stanford Scriven—Christ the appletree

 

October 1

The Seventeenth Sunday after Pentecost

The Blessing of the Animals

Alice Parker/Robert Shaw—I will arise

Healey Willan—Like as the hart

 

October 8

The Eighteenth Sunday after Pentecost

Adrian Batten—O Sing joyfully

Gerald Near—Christ hath a garden

 

October 8
Gainesville Festival of Choirs Service (First United Methodist Church) at 5 p.m.

Larry L. Fleming—Lord of the Dance

Stephen Paulus—Pilgrims’ Hymn

Johannes Brahms—How lovely is thy dwelling place

Alice Parker/Robert Shaw—I will arise

Paul Basler—Alleluia (Songs of Faith)

 

October 15

The Nineteenth Sunday after Pentecost

Youth Sunday—Choir on leave

 

October 22

The Twentieth Sunday after Pentecost

Eric Thiman—King of glory, King of peace

Peter Aston—O sing unto the Lord

 

October 29

The Twenty-first Sunday after Pentecost

William Mathias—I will celebrate

Henry Loosemore—O Lord, increase our faith

 

October 29
Choral Evensong (The Chapel of the Incarnation) at 5:30 p.m.

Introit:  Adrian Batten—O Sing joyfully

Responses: John Bertalot

Psalm 103:8-14: John Camidge II

Service: Charles Villiers Stanford in G Major

Anthem: William Walton—Jubilate Deo

 

November 5
All Saints’ Sunday

Mack Wilberg—Come, come, ye Saints

Gabriel Fauré—In paradisum (REQUIEM)

 

November 5
All Saints’ Concert at 4 p.m.

Organ:  Craig Phillips—Fantasy on ‘Sine Nomine’

Stephen Paulus—Pilgrims’ Hymn

Mack Wilberg—Come, come, ye Saints

Raymond Haan--I want Jesus to walk with me

John Rutter--Ev'ry time I feel the Spirit (Feel the Spirit)

Gabriel Fauré—Requiem

 

November 12
The Twenty-third Sunday after Pentecost

William Walton—Jubilate Deo

Charles Wood—Never weather-beaten sail

 

November 19
The Twenty-fourth Sunday after Pentecost

Allen Pote—God is our refuge

Peter Aston—The true glory

 

November 26
The Last Sunday after Pentecost

Christ the King

Lassus—Adoramus te, Christe (introit)

Ralph Vaughan Williams—O clap your hands

William H. Harris—Holy is the true light

 

November 26

St. Andrew’s Day Service

Introit:  Ralph Vaughan Williams—Loch Lomond

Responses: John Bertalot

Psalm 19:  T. A. Walmisley

Service: Charles Villiers Stanford in G Major

Anthem: Ralph Vaughan Williams—Linden Lea  

 

December 3
The First Sunday of Advent

Mark Brooks—An Advent Responsory (introit)

Felix Mendelssohn—Sleepers, wake!

Mark Sirett—Thou shalt know him when he comes

 

December 10
The Second Sunday of Advent

Martin How—Advent Message

Heathcote Statham—Drop down, ye heavens

 

December 17
The Third Sunday of Advent

Philip R. Dietterich—Carol of the Advent

Orlando Gibbons—This is the record of John

 

December 24

The Fourth Sunday of Advent

Gerald Near—The Best of Rooms

Larry King—The Song of Mary

 

December 24

Christmas Eve at 7:30 and 10:30 p.m.

Antonio Vivaldi—Gloria in excelsis

Joaquin Nin-Culmell—Fum, fum, fum

J. S. Bach/Willis Bodine—Break forth, O beauteous…

Peter Hallock—Psalm 96

Reginald Jacques—Good King Wenceslas

Douglas E. Wagner--The Wexford Carol

 

December 31
The First Sunday after Christmas
Lessons and Carols—Choir on leave

 
 

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