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.

March 2019

3 Sunday

Quinquagesima

10.30  Choral Eucharist

MASS Harris in F

MOTET Wood O Thou the Central Orb

VOLUNTARY Elgar Sonata in G (Allegro Maestoso)

13.00 Organ Recital by DAVID HAMILTON

Toccata, Fugue and Hymne on “Ave maris stella” Peeters

Passacaglia in d Buxtehude

Sonata in e BWV 528 Bach

Orgelphantasie uber “Straf’ mich nicht in deinem Zorn” Reger

 

6 Wednesday

Ash Wednesday

19.00 Choral Eucharist

MASS Byrd Mass for Four Voices

MOTET Call to Remembrance Farrant

 

9 Sunday

Lent 1

10.30  Choral Eucharist

MASS Batten Short Service

MOTET Purge Me, O Lord Tallis

VOLUNTARY Bach Chorale Partitas I

Ach was soll ich Sunder machen BWV 770

 

16 Sunday

Lent 2

10.30  Choral Eucharist

MASS Batten Short Service

MOTET Hide not thou thy face Farrant

VOLUNTARY Bach Chorale Partitas II

Christ, der du bist der helle Tag BWV 766

15.30 Choral Evensong and Benediction

Sung by University of Strathclyde Chamber Choir

INTROIT Purcell Remember Not, Lord, our offences

RESPONSES Dudderidge

CANTICLES Cathkin Service Craig

ANTHEM Howells O pray for the peace of Jerusalem

TANTUM ERGO Faure

VOLUNTARY Howells Psalm Prelude Set 1 No.3

 

23 Sunday

Lent 3

10.30  Choral Eucharist

MASS Mozart Missa Brevis in d K65

MOTET Mozart Ave verum

VOLUNTARY Bach Toccata in d BWV 538

 

24 Monday

The Annunciation

19.00 Choral Eucharist

MASS Hassler Missa Dixit Maria

MOTET Ave maria Elgar

VOLUNTARY Bach Fugue on the Magnificat BWV 733

 

30 Sunday

Lent 4

10.30  Choral Eucharist

MASS Hassler Missa Dixit Maria

MOTET Morley Nolo pecatorum mortis

VOLUNTARY Bach Chorale Partitas III

O Gott du frommer Gott BWV 767

 

 

 

 

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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