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Music for Holy Week

Complete Music schedule for Holy Week and Easter 2018


 Palm Sunday at 9 am and 11 am:
Weelkes - "Hosanna to the Son of David"
Chilcott - “Were you there?”
Bach-  Crucifixus (Mass in B Minor)
Trafka - Mass for St. Bartholomew’s 
Robinson - “Improperium”

St. Bartholomew’s Boy and Girl Choristers, St. Bart’s Singers, St. Bartholomew’s Choir

Holy Tuesday at 6 pm
Tenebrae Service in the Chapel with members of St. Bartholomew’s Choir
Plainsong Psalms and Responses

Maundy Thursday at 12 pm
Plainsong - Psalm 116
Conte - "O salutaris hostia”
Plainsong - Missa cum jubilo
Byrd - Ave verum

Members of St. Bartholomew’s Choir

Maundy Thursday at 6 pm
Plainsong - Psalm 116
Duruflé - “Ubi caritas"
Conte - "O salutaris hostia”
Plainsong - Missa cum jubilo
Byrd - Ave verum
Harris - “Tarry no longer”

St. Bartholomew’s Boy and Girl Choristers, St. Bartholomew’s Choir

Good Friday at 12 pm
John IV of Portugal - “Crux fidelis”
Elgar - “Ave verum corpus”
Casals - “O vos omnes”
Plainsong, Psalm 22
Tavener - “Quemadmodum” a´6
Chilcott - “Were you there?”
Lotti - “Crucifixus” á 8

St. Bartholomew’s Choir

Good Friday at 6 pm
Dupré’s finest masterpiece for the organ was originally performed as improvisation in response to the recitation of 14 poems entitled “The Stations of the Cross” by Paul Claudel. Dupré later reconstructed these improvisations and they will be performed by Ken Cowan, Professor of Organ, Rice University, Houston, TX and internationally acclaimed performer. The Stations will be played as part of the ancient Liturgy of the Stations of the Cross, which recounts the 14 events in Christ’s way to the cross, from his condemnation to his burial.

MUSICIAN:
Ken Cowan, Professor of Organ at Rice University, Houston, TX

Easter Vigil at 7 pm
Shephard - Easter Song of Praise
Aichinger - “Regina caeli”
Trafka - Mass for St. Bartholomew’s

St. Bart’s Singers and St. Bartholomew’s Choir

Easter Day at 9 am and 11 am
MacFarlane - “Christ, our Passover”
Byrd - Haec Dies
Stanford - “Ye choirs of new Jerusalem”
Mozart - Missa Brevis in C Major (“The Organ Solo” Mass), K. 259

St. Bartholomew’s Boy and Girl Choristers, St. Bart’s Singers, and St. Bartholomew’s Choir
Brass Quintet and Tympani

Holy Week and Easter Service Schedule