"In Flanders fields" (Remembrance Day in Commonwealth countries)

Sacred Classics, for Veterans' Day, November 7 - 8, 2020

  • In Flanders Fields — Chatman, Stephen (Canadian Men's Chorus)
  • Timothy Moke and George Masanz, trumpet and organ:
             America the Beautiful and Eternal Father, Strong to Save (medley)
             Let There Be Peace on Earth — Miller, Sy
  • The Lord's Prayer — Malotte, Albert Hay (Mormon Tabernacle Choir)
  • My shepherd will supply my need — Thomson, Virgil (Westminster Choir College)
  • National Christian Choir (Washington, DC):
             Blessed Is The Nation — Marsh, Don
             If My People — Owens, Jimmy
             Testament of Freedom  —Thompson, Randall
  • Virgil Fox (1912 - 1980) at Riverside Church (NY) organ:
             God of our Fathers
             Savior, Again, to Thy Dear Name We Raise
             Rock of Ages
  • Psalm 130 "Out of the deep have I called unto Thee" — Stewart, Charles Hylton (Choir of St. Johns College, Cambridge, England)
  • Coventry Cathedral (UK) Choir:
             O For a Thousand Tongues to Sing
             Love Divine, All Loves Excelling
             And Can It Be that I should gain?
             All things bright and beautiful
             I sing the Mighty Power of God
  • Klaas Jan Mulder (1930 - 2008), Dutch organist virtuoso:
             Improvisation on "I sing the Mighty Power of God" (ELLACOMBE), at Delft, Netherlands
             Fierce Storms May Rage Around Me, at Martinikerk, Bolsward, Netherlands
  • Fugue in G (BWV 577- "Gigue") — Bach, J.S. (Virgil Fox at Girard College, Philadelphia, PA)
  • Psalm 84 "O how amiable are thy dwellings" — McPherson, G. W. (St Andrews Cathedral Choir, Sydney, Australia)
  • Hymn of Victory — Rodgers, Richard (London Philharmonic Orchestra)