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Upcoming Music

Epiphany-Trinity Sunday 2017
All music is sung at the 10:30 a.m. Sunday liturgy, unless otherwise noted


January 6

The Feast of the Epiphany
Evensong at 6 p.m.

Introit:  Samuel Scheidt—Eternal Light

Responses: Willis Bodine

Psalm 72:  Peter Hallock

Service: Roland Martin in D

Anthem: Mitchell Stecker—A hymn-anthem on ‘Lead kindly light’


January 8
The Baptism of Christ (Epiphany Sunday)

Mitchell Stecker—A hymn-anthem on ‘Lead kindly light’

Britten—New Year Carol


January 15

The Second Sunday after the Epiphany

Daniel Moe—Arise, shine

Charles-Marie Widor—Agnus Dei (Mass for Two Organs)


January 22

The Third Sunday after the Epiphany

Charles-Marie Widor—Sanctus/Benedictus (Mass for Two Organs)

Jonathan Willcocks—O holy Jesus


January 29

The Fourth Sunday after the Epiphany

Eric Thiman—Immortal, invisible

Grayston Ives—Listen sweet dove


February 5

The Fifth Sunday after the Epiphany

T. Frederick H. Candlyn—Christ, whose glory fills the skies

Philip Wilby—God be in my head


February 12

The Sixth Sunday after the Epiphany

Philip Wilby—If ye love me

Rene Clausen—Set me as a seal


February 19

The Seventh Sunday after the Epiphany

Randall Thompson—The best of rooms

Thomas Attwood—Teach me, O Lord


February 26

The Last Sunday after the Epiphany

Alan Hovhaness—Alleluia

Benjamin Lane—Blest are the pure in heart


March 1

Ash Wednesday at 6 p.m.

Richard Farrant—Hide not thou thy face

Ned Rorem—Lay up for yourselves


March 5

The First Sunday in Lent

David Willcocks—Love divine, all loves excelling

Boris Ord—Adam lay ybounden


March 12

The Second Sunday in Lent

Felix Mendelssohn—He, watching over Israel (ELIJAH)

Bob Chilcott—God so loved the world


March 19

The Third Sunday in Lent

James Mulholland—Come, thou fount of every blessing

G. P. da Palestrina—Sicut cervus


March 26

The Fourth Sunday in Lent

Charles Wood—King Jesus hath a garden

Ysaye Barnwell—There is a balm in Gilead


April 2

The Fifth Sunday in Lent

Johann Pachelbel—Now thank we all our God

Harold Friedell—Jesus so lowly


April 9

The Sunday of the Passion:  Palm Sunday

Lee Hoiby—Let this mind be in you

John Tavener—The Lamb


April 13
Maundy Thursday at 6 p.m.

G. P. da Palestrina—Panis angelicus

Giovanni Croce—In monte Oliveti


April 14

Good Friday at 6 p.m.

John IV, King of Portugal—Crux fidelis

Lassus—Adoramus te, Christe

Victoria—O Vos Omnes


April 15

Easter Vigil at 6 p.m.

McNeil Robinson—Spice she brought and sweet perfume


April 16

Easter Day at 9:30 and 11:30 a.m.

Philip Ledger—This joyful Eastertide

G. F. Handel—Hallelujah (MESSIAH)

Edward Bairstow—Sing ye to the Lord

McNeil Robinson—Spice she brought and sweet perfume


April 23

The Second Sunday of Easter

Henry Ley—The strife is o’er

Edward Bairstow—The day draws on with golden light


April 30

The Third Sunday of Easter

Undine Smith Moore—I believe this is Jesus

Luca Marenzio—O sacrum convivium


May 7

The Fourth Sunday of Easter

Paul Basler—Psalm 23

T. L. da Victoria—O quam gloriosum


May 14

The Fifth Sunday of Easter

MUSIC SUNDAY at 10:30 a.m.

John Rutter—O be joyful

Ned Rorem—Sing my soul, his wondrous love


May 21

The Sixth Sunday of Easter

Youth Sunday


May 28

The Seventh Sunday of Easter

David McK. Williams—Cantate Domino

Jacob Handl—Ascendens Christus


June 4

The Day Pentecost:  Whitsunday

Philip W. J. Stopford—The Spirit of the Lord

William H. Harris—Come down, O love divine


June 11

Trinity Sunday

Peter Aston—O sing unto the Lord

Harold Friedell—Draw us in the Spirit’s tether