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Fall Concert of the Midwest Motet Society

Location: Illinois, USA
Choir type: Chamber Choirs and Vocal Ensembles
Voicing: Mixed
The Midwest Motet Society,
The Chamber Choir for Chicago’s Southland
Will Present their Fall 2011 Concert
“Music of Thanksgiving and Praise”
Sunday, October 30, 2011 at 4 pm
At the Prince of Peace Lutheran Church
667 8th Street, Chicago Heights, Illinois
Included on the program will be compositions by
William Billings, John Rutter, Rene Clausen and others and the motet "Lobet den Herrn, alle Heiden, BWV 230" by J.S. Bach.
Marie Grass Amenta, Music Director and Principal Conductor
Ellen Devine, MMS Member-Conductor
Roxanne Packer, MMS Member-Conductor
Benjamin Amenta, Principal Accompanist
Mark Downey, Continuo
Tickets are $5, or $7 at the door
and may be
ordered by contacting
The Midwest Motet Society
Post Office Box 706
Flossmoor, IL 60422
(708) 206-0380
Concert Program
“An Anthem for Thanksgiving,” William Billings
“Sing to the Lord of Harvest,” Johann Steuerlein, arr. Boyd Bacon
“Nun danket alle Gott (Now Thank We All Our God),”arranged by Felix Mendelssohn
“How Good to Thank Our God,” John Ferguson
“Canticle of Thanksgiving,” John Rutter
“Hail, Sacred Music, Hail,” William Billings
“Set Me As A Seal,” Rene Clausen
“We Are Singing, for the Lord is Our Light (Siyahamba),”arranged by Hal Hopson
“My Good Lord’s Done Been Here,” Moses Hogan arr. By Rollo Dilworth
“Jubilate (Jazz Motet),” Johannes Matthias Michel
“With a Voice of Singing,” Martin Shaw
“Lobet den Herrn, alle Heiden (Praise ye the Lord, all ye nations ) BWV 230,” J.S. Bach
The Midwest Motet Society
Marie Grass Amenta, Founder and Music Director
Benjamin Amenta
Emile Augustine IV
Ellen Devine
Brandon Doty
Mark Downey
Russell Hansen
Ruth Hansen
Althea Hopp
Peter B. Irvine
Julie K. Martin
Jack McCabe
Roxanne Packer
Kari Smith
Cynthia Westerman
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