Music List

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This page contains information on music that has been sung recently, and a provisional list of the music that will be sung at St Bride’s. A more detailed music list, containing the hymns and psalms, is also listed in the rear pages of The Oystercatcher every month – click here.

April 2019

Music for the Paschal Triduum

 

18 Thursday

Maundy Thursday

19.00 Choral Eucharist with washing of feet and stripping of the Altar

MASS Byrd Mass for Four Voices

MOTET Ubi Caritas Durufle

19 Friday

Good Friday

10.30  The Good Friday Liturgy

AGNUS DEI Batten Short Service

MOTETS The Reproaches Victoria

Crux Fidelis John of Portugal

20 Saturday

Holy Saturday

20.00 The Easter Vigil

MASS Messe a Deux choeurs et Deux orgues Widor

VOLUNTARY Carillon de Westminster Vierne

21 Sunday

Easter Day

10.30  Festal Choral Eucharist

MASS Mozart Spatzenmesse

MOTET Since by man came death Handel

VOLUNTARY Widor Toccata from Symphonie V

 

May 2019

5 Sunday 

10.30 Choral Eucharist

MASS Darke in E

MOTET This Joyful Eastertide Wood arr. Ledger

VOLUNTARY Allein Gott in der Hoh sei ehr BWV 663 Bach

12 Sunday

10.30 Choral Eucharist

MASS Darke in E

MOTET He shall feed his flock Handel

VOLUNTARY

 

19 Sunday 

10.30 Choral Eucharist

MASS Mass of the Quiet Hour Oldroyd

MOTET Tantum Ergo Faure 

VOLUNTARY Toccata Jongen

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

As well as singing the Sunday morning Mass settings, Psalms (generally to Anglican chant) and motets, the choir of St Bride’s is one of very few choirs to sing the weekly Mass Propers for the Liturgical Year from the English Gradual (Introit, Gradual, Alleluia/Tract, Offertory and Communion). These are settings of the Psalms and other texts from the Scriptures, using beautiful plainsong. A cantor and the choir take turns to sing the various parts of the text, in a responsorial style. This runs as a thread through the Choral Eucharist every Sunday morning, and provides a meditative backdrop to our worship.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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