Tuesday, February 14, 2006

OT 7 at the Cathedral

Prelude: Matins -- Healey Willan

Entrance: You Are Mine

Gloria: Carroll Andrews (Peter Jones at 9:30)

Psalm 41: Guimont

Alleluia: Janco in D

Offertory Hymn: There's a Wideness in God's Mercy / IN BABILONE

Offertory Anthem (9:30): Call to Remembrance -- Richard Farrant

Sanctus: Vermulst Peoples Mass

Acclamation: Englert in C

Amen: Danish

Agnus Dei: Proulx in F

Communion: Amazing Grace / NEW BRITAIN

Communion Anthem: Create in Me a Clean Heart, O God -- J.A. Freylinghausen

Recessional: Now Thank We All Our God / NUN DANKET

Postlude: Chorale Improvisation on "Nun Danket Alle Gott" -- Sigfrid Karg-Elert


Brian Michael Page said...

Love the Karg-Elert. I think of him as the 19th Century Peloquin.


Argent said...

Call to Remembrance--I know the soprano, alto, and tenor lines like the back of my hand. Need an extra singer?

You know that meme about the 4 songs you know all the words to? I am such a choir geek...mine were Call to Remembrance, Lord for thy tender mercy's sake, Te Deum, and Hodie Christus natus est.

I need to get out more. LOL!

Anonymous said...

"You are Mine" really sticks out in this lineup! Yuck!!

Anonymous said...

Hey, I didn't mean to be anonymous! He was the most prolific composer ever, though.

Kathleen Pluth said...

Just curious about the different Glorias. What's the 9:30 Mass like?

This morning at the Mass I cantor we sang like Protestants: Amazing Grace, Joyful Joyful, etc. I threw in an Ave Maria chant just to be clear that it's a Catholic church.