THE GREAT VIGIL OF EASTER
8 PM (Senior choir)
Exsultet sung by pastor
Readings 1, 2, 3, and 5 - all accompanying Psalms chanted a capella to tone 8G.
Gloria: Peloquin - Mass of the Bells
Alleluia: from O Filii et Filiae
Sprinkling (after Renewal of Baptismal Promises): Tone 8G - I saw water flowing (English antiphon, Latin versicle: Confitemini Domino quoniam bonus...)
Offertory: Hillert - Festival Canticle
Mysterium and Per Ipsum: Peloquin - Mass of the Bells
Communion: Mode II - Ye Sons and Daughters
Proper: Tone 8G - Pascha nostra
Recessional: EASTER HYMN - Jesus Christ is Risen Today
Postlude: J. S. Bach - Christ lag in todesbaden
7:30 (me, myself, and I)
9:00 (Junior Choir)
10:30 (Senior Choir)
Introit (9 and 10:30): Tone 8G - I am risen, and I am with you always, alleluia...
- 9:00 - HYMN TO JOY - Alleluia, alleluia, hearts to heaven and voices raise
- 7:30/10:30 - HOLY ANTHEM - Alleluia, alleluia, let the holy anthem rise
- 7:30 - recited
- 9/10:30 - Gloria of the Bells
Psalm: O FILII ET FILIAE, adapted by Page - This is the day the Lord has made
Alleluia: from "O Filii et Filiae"
REMAINDER OF MASS FROM RENEWAL OF VOWS TO POSTLUDE SAME AS VIGIL
Selections look good. We are using the "Festival Canticle" as well on Easter Sunday. In the Lutheran Liturgy you can replace the Gloria with the Festival Canticle on any Sunday (outside of Advent and Lent). We'll be using it all throughout Easter, although we'll only be using the festival version on Easter Sunday.
Thanks Ron. Hey, is this the Ron over at St. Matthew/Trinity by chance?
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