Tuesday, November 14, 2006

OT 33 at the Cathedral

Prelude: Softly and Tenderly Jesus is Calling -- Darwin Wolford

Entrance: Jesus Shall Reign / DUKE STREET

Gloria: Andrews (Peter Jones at 11)

Psalm 16: Guimont

Celtic Alleluia

Offertory: Come, Ye Thankful People, Come / ST. GEORGE'S, WINDSOR

Anthem (11am): De profundis -- Christoph Willibald von Gluck

Sanctus: Vermulst
Acclamation: Englert
Danish Amen

Agnus Dei: Isele

Communion: Love Divine / HYFRYDOL

Recessional: Rejoice! The Lord is King / DARWALL'S 148TH (desc. BMP)

Postlude: Praeludium in D Minor -- Vincent Lubeck


Gavin said...

Is that Lubeck Preludium the one with the fugue theme which is a bunch of repeated 1/8 notes? If so, I love that one! I just generally love early German baroque music as it is :P

And I'm actually doing Aus Tiefer Not (by Luther) for my anthem that day. It's nice to match the antiphon!

Also, "Softly and Tenderly" is in Ritual Song. I remember at my second job having that come up a lot when the music director would cantor - he was an old protestant and would always sing it in a hilarious cheesy bass voice: "sooooftly and tenderly JEEESUS is calling"

PhiMuAlpha2681 said...


Yes, that is the same praeludium, however I will not be playing the fugue this week. (The 6/8 section still is not ready).

Paul Manz has a gorgeous English Psalm 130 that I may add to the repertoire next season. The Gluck is beautiful (found it on the CPDL), but it's always nice to expand the repertoire.

I know EXACTLY what you are talking about in regards to Softly and Tenderly, LOL.