August 18, 2013

Lucas Cranach the Elder, Trinity, Kunsthalle, Bremen, 1515-18

Looking to Jesus the pioneer and perfecter of our faith, who for the sake of the joy that was set before him endured the cross, disregarding its shame, and has taken his seat at the right hand of the throne of God [NRSV, Hebrew 12:2].

Thirteenth Sunday after Pentecost [Comments] [Choir Notes]
10:00 am Choral Eucharist
The Cathedral Singers

Alex Ross: Organ scholar

Prelude: The Vesper Voluntaries, op. 14 - VIII Poco Allegro [Étienne: musicMe], Edward Elgar [1857-1934]
Setting: Mass for Four Voices, John Stainer [1840-1901]

Introit: Blessed are They [text], John Stainer
Motet: God so loved the world [Clare College: text/YouTube], John Stainer

Postlude: Grand Choeur, Op. 52, No. 2 [Stulken: listen],
Alexandre Guilmant [1837-1911]

12h45 Eucharistie chantée
Le Quatuor des chanteurs de la cathédrale

Prélude : The Vesper Voluntaries, op. 14 - VIII Poco Allegro [Étienne : musicMe], Edward Elgar [1857-1934]

Ordinaire : Missa Inter VestibulumFrancisco Guerrero (1528-99)

Introït : Caro mea
[texte], Francisco Guerrero

Motet : Ave Maria
[texte] [Savall : YouTube], Francisco Guerrero

Postlude : Grand Choeur, Op. 52, No. 2 [Stulken : écoutez],
Alexandre Guilmant [1837-1911]

4:00 pm Evensong
The Cathedral Singers
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Prelude: Voluntary in G, op. 5 no. 3 [Pressler: Virtual], John Stanley [1712-86]
In manus tuas [text], Ivo de Vento (1544-75)

Preces and Responses: Plainsong

Psalm: 122, 123 (Tones 4.6, 2.1)
Primi toni, Fauxbourdons, Francesco Soriano (1549-1621)

Nunc dimittis: Tone 4, Fauxbourdons, Ivo de Vento

Anthem: Christe qui lux es [text], Ivo de Vento

Postlude: Voluntary in a-minor, op. 6 no. 8 (Prelude and Fugue), John Stanley