What's on Great Sacred Music, Sunday, June 16, 2013
Event Date: June 15, 2013
Posted: June 15, 2013
Location: North Carolina, USA
Choir type: Choirs with Religious Affiliation
Music for parish choirs this week. Don't forget that you can hear more beautiful sacred
and organ music on Peaceful Reflections from 10 until midnight on Sunday evenings.
The format which I created and used for the eight years I was host of Peaceful Reflections
is back. It's a mix of instrumental and choral music designed for Sunday evening listening.
Hope you like it.
Thanks for your support. And happy Fathers' Day!
Great Sacred Music: Sundays 8-11 a.m. eastern time
The Classical Station
Edward J. Hopkins: Savior, Again to Thy Dear Name
Chamber Choir of Grand Rapids, Larry Biser
Jonathan Tuuk, organ
Anthony Piccolo: I look from afar
Choir of Bath Abbey, Peter King
Marcus Sealy, organ
Samuel Alman: Innocence and Fughetta ~ Eleven Short
Pieces for Organ
Carys Hughes, organ
Edward J. Hopkins (1819 - 1901) was organist of Temple Church,
London, from 1843 until his death. The composer Anthony Piccolo
hails from New Jersey. Carys Hughes (1949-2004) was a prominent
Welsh organ recitalist.
Anton Bruckner: Ave Maria
Choir of St. Bride's Church, Robert Jones
Tomas Luis de Victoria: O vos omnes
Choir of St. Ignatius Loyola, New York City, Kent Tritle
Dietrich Buxtehude: Prelude and Fugue in F sharp minor, BuxWV 146
Haig Mardirosian, organ
The Dobson organ at Sykes Chapel, University of Tampa, Florida
Anton Bruckner was organist of St Florian's Priory from 1845-1855.
The Roman Catholic parish Church of St. Ignatius Loyola in Manhattan is
staffed by members of the Jesuit order. Lynn Alan Dobson founded the company
which bears his name in 1974.
Healey Willan: Gloria Deo per Imensa Saecula
Choir of St. John's, Elora, Noel Edison
Josef Haydn: Paradisi gloria ~ Stabat Mater
Choir of Trinity Church, New York; Rebel Baroque Orchestra
J. Owen Schwarz
Ann Hoyt, soprano; Luthien Brackett, alto;
Stephen Sands, tenor; Richard Lippold, bass
Joseph Gabriel Rheinberger: 2nd mvt (Cantilena) ~ Organ Sonata No. 11 in D minor, Op. 148
James Lancelot, organ
Peformed on the Harrison & Harrison organ of Durham Cathedral, England
Dr. Healey Willan wrote most of his sacred choral compositions for his choir at the Church
of St. Mary Magdelene, Toronto. King William III chartered Trinity Church, Wall Street
in 1697. James Lancelot has been Organist and Master of the Choristers at Durham Cathedral since 1985.
Ralph Vaughan Williams: The Old Hundredth Psalm Tune
Choir of the First Congregational Church of Los Angeles
Frederick Swann, organ
Gottlieb Muffat: Toccata No. 1 in D minor
Gustav Leonhardt, organ
Gottlieb Muffat (1690-1770) was the son of composer Georg Muffat.
Vaughan Willimas wrote his Old Hundredth Psalm Tune for the Coronation
of Queen Elizabeth II in June 1953. Gustav Leonhardt (1928-2013) was
considered one of the most pre-eminent early music specialists of his generation.
J.S. Bach: Cantata 21, "Ich hatte viel Bekummernis"
Choir of St. Thomas Church, Leipzig; New Bach Collegium Musicum
Arleen Auger, soprano; Peter Schreier, tenor; Siegfried Lorenz, bass
Our weekly Bach cantata is performed by the choir of the church where Bach himself was Cantor.
Antonin Dvorak: Te Deum, Op. 103
Atlanta Symphony Orchestra & Chorus, Robert Shaw
Christine Brewer, soprano; Roger Roloff, bass
Dvorak wrote his Te Deum in 1892. It was first performed in New York in October 1892.
Franz Liszt: Requiem
Hungarian Army Male Chorus, Janos Ferencsik
Alfonz Bartha, tenor; Sandor Palcso, tenor;
Zsolt Bende, baritone; Peter Kovacs, bass; Sandor
Liszt scored his Requiem for soloists, male chorus & organ, brass & percussion.
Nancy Van de Vate: Prelude for Organ
Carlyn Morenus, organ
Nancy Van de Vate is an American composer born in 1930.