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. More information will be added to the page in due course. A more detailed music list, containing the hymns and psalms, is also listed in the rear pages of The Oystercatcher every month – click here.

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.

 

September

2          Sunday                                                            Trinity 14 

            10.30               Choral Eucharist

 MASS Sumsion in F

MOTET Mozart Ave verum

VOLUNTARY Bach Prelude and Fugue in A minor BWV 543

9          Sunday                                                           Trinity 15

10.30                 Choral Eucharist

MASS Sumsion in F

VOLUNTARY Alain Litanies

16         Sunday                                                        Trinity 16

             10.30                Choral Eucharist

MASS Sumsion in F

MOTET Tallis If ye love me

15.30               Choral Evensong and Benediction

RESPONSES Byrd

CANTICLES Plainsong

ANTHEM Tallis If ye love me

23        Sunday                                                         Trinity 17

             10.30                Choral Eucharist

MASS Harris in F

MOTET

VOLUNTARY Buxtehude Praeludium in G minor BuxWV 149

30        Sunday                                                         Trinity 18

             10.30                Choral Eucharist

MASS Harris in F

MOTET Stanford Jubilate in B flat

VOLUNTARY Liszt Prelude and Fugue on BACH

October

7          Sunday                                                         Trinity 19

             10.30                Choral Eucharist

MASS Wood in the Phrygian Mode

MOTET Elgar Ave Verum

VOLUNTARY Parry Elegy

14       Sunday                                                         Trinity 20

             10.30                Choral Eucharist

MASS Ives Salisbury Service

MOTET Vaughan Williams O Taste and See

VOLUNTARY Bach Toccata in C BWV 564

 

NOVEMBER

4       Sunday                                                          All Saints

10.30                  Choral Eucharist

MASS Sumsion in F

MOTET Bullock Give is the wings of faith

13.00                 Organ Recital – Mark Browne (St Bride’s)

Howells Rhapsody III

Parry Chorale Prelude on “Eventide”

Bach O mensch, bewein BWV 622

Thalben-Ball Elegy

Elgar Solemn Prelude ‘For the fallen”

Durufle Fugue sur le nom d’Alain

 

11.   Sunday                                                        

Remembrance Sunday 

10.30                  Choral Eucharist

MASS Sumsion in F

ANTHEM Guest For the Fallen

MOTET  Faure Pie Jesu

VOLUNTARY Howells Sarabande in modo elegacio (1945)

 

18   Sunday                                                        

Trinity 25

10.30                  Choral Eucharist

MASS Ireland in C

MOTET  Howells Mine eyes for beauty pine

15.30               Choral Evensong and Benediction

RESPONSES Smith

CANTICLES Stanford in B flat

MOTET  Howells Mine eyes for beauty pine

VOLUNTARY Howells Fugue, chorale and epilogue

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