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Holy Week Choral Music

Location: Illinois, USA
Choir type: Choirs with Religious Affiliation
Voicing: Mixed
While these are certainly NOT meant to be concerts per se, I'm posting for those choral colleagues who are not in their own services this week, and might be inspired and refreshed to know that there is some fine choral singing happening this week where some sacred gems are presented in their originally intended settting - not only at Grace Church, but in so many other places.
Maundy Thursday
Allegri "Miserere" (abridged, in English),
Durufle "Ubi Caritas",
Casals' "O Vos Omnes"
Lee Dengler's "At the Foot of the Cross", 
Good Friday Tenebrae - 17-voice youth choir (very young group singing nicely!)
Jesus Died on Calvary's Mountain - arr. John Leavitt
Hold Us, Jesus - de Silva (GIA)
My God, My God - Liam Lawton (GIA)
When Jesus Wept - William Billings/arr. Peter Paul Olejar
What Wondrous Love is This - Appalachian Folk Hymn/arr. Patti Drennan
Pie Jesu (from Requiem) Andrew Lloyd Webber - sung by two of our youth choir - gorgeous!
Holy Saturday, 5pm - the Grace Chamber Singers, Naperville Brass Quintet
Come Sunday - Duke Ellington/arr. Alice Parker
Fanfare and Hymn for Easter Morning - Sjolund
Ye Choirs of New Jerusalem - CV Stanford
Easter Anthem -Billings
Hallelujah Chorus - Handel
Easter Sunday - 9:30/11:00 - Grace Chancel Choir and Contemporary Singers/Band, Naperville Brass Quintet
Fanfare and Hymn for Easter Morning - Sjolund
Ye Choirs of New Jerusalem - CV Stanford/brass setting Proulx
Psalm for Easter Day - Proulx
Thine Be the Glory - setting by Paul Leddington-Wright
Hallelujah Chorus - Handel
Contemporary Selections - 
See What a Morning - Getty/Townend
Easter Song - Annie Herring
Christ is Risen - Matt Maher
Grace UMC
300 E Gartner Rd
Naperville, IL 60540
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