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But the tax-collector, standing far off, would not even look up to heaven, but was beating his breast and saying, “God, be merciful to me, a sinner (NRSV, Luke 18:13)!” 

October 28, 2007:  Twenty-second Sunday after Pentecost

10:00 am Choral Eucharist                                                                                                                 The Cathedral Singers

 

PreludeBrother James' Air, Searl Wright (1918-2004)                                                 Mass SettingService in D, Kenneth Leighton (1929-88) 

Introit:  God is living, God is here (text), J.S. Bach (1685-1750)

MotetIf ye love me (text),  Thomas Tallis (1505-85) 

Postlude:  Fantasia in c, BWV 562, J.S. Bach  

 

 

4:00 pm Choral Evensong  

The Cathedral Singers

 

Prelude:

Introit:  I will lift up mine eyes, Philip Ledger (b. 1937)                                                         Preces and Responses:  York, Philip Moore (b. 1943)                                                       Canticles: Collegium Regale, John Tavener (b. 1944)

Anthem:  The Lord's Prayer, John Tavener                                                                         Postlude: Prelude on "St. Botolph," Gordon Slater (1896-1979)

 

 

 

 

 

 

(For an explanation of [BNQ] and where it leads click here.)

 

 (Beginning this month, clicking on the Sunday or feast day will bring up the appropriate liturgical readings.  The Vanderbilt Lectionary lists two readings from the Hebrew scriptures.  Christ Church Cathedral always uses the first Hebrew reading with its appropriate psalm.)

 

 

 Graham Sutherland, Christ the King, Coventry Cathedral, 1952-62

But the tax-collector, standing far off, would not even look up to heaven, but was beating his breast and saying, “God, be merciful to me, a sinner (NRSV, Luke 18:13)!”  

 

October 28, 2007:  Twenty-second Sunday after Pentecost

10:00 am Choral Eucharist                                                                                                                 The Cathedral Singers

 

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4:00 pm Choral Evensong  

The Cathedral Singers

 

Prelude:

Introit:                                                                                                                        Preces and Responses:                                                                                                      Canticles:

Anthem:                                                                                                                                Postlude: 

 

 

 

 

The wolf and the lamb shall feed together, the lion shall eat straw like the ox; but the serpent—its food shall be dust!  They shall not hurt or destroy on all my holy mountain, says the Lord (NRSV, Isaiah 65:25).

 

November 18, 2007:  Twenty-fifth Sunday after Pentecost

10:00 am Choral Eucharist                                                                                                                 The Choir of Trebles and Adults

 

PreludeRécits de cromone séparé en dialogue, Louis-Nicolas Clérambault (1676-1749)
Mass SettingMissa Secunda, Hans Leo Hassler (1562-1612)

Introit:  Sacerdotes domini (listen), William Byrd (1543-1623)

MotetJesu dulcis memoria, Tomás Luis de Victoria (1549-1611) 

Postlude: Dialogue sur les grands jeux, L.-N. Clérambault 

 

 

4:00 pm Choral Evensong  

The Cathedral Singers

 

Prelude:  Ein' feste Burg (listen), BWV 720, J.S. Bach (1685-1750) 

Introit:  We will rejoice in thy salvation, Bernard Rose (1916-96)                                       Preces and Responses:  Craig Phillips (b. 1961)                                                               Canticles:  Service in D, George Dyson (1883-1964)                                             Anthem:  God is our refuge, Jonathan Harvey (b.1939)       [BNQ]                                      Postlude:  Toccata in b, Francis Jackson (b. 1917)