Sacred Classics, September 19-20, 2020

  • Alleluia! Christ is Risen! — Mathias, Wm. (First Baptist Church Choir, Seattle, WA)
  • Robert Hebble (1934-2020) remembered:
              Toccata on Old Hundredth (Douglas Marshall at Ave Maria Univ., Naples, FL)
              Fantasy on ABERYSWYTH
    ("Jesus, Lover of my Soul", at 1st Presbyterian Church, St. Petersburg, FL)
  • Jesus, Lover of My Soul (Coventry Cathedral, UK)
  • The Royal Banners Forward Go (Gloucester Cathedral, UK)
  • Worthy is the Lamb — Wyrtzen, Don (Corban Univ. Choir, Salem, Oregon)
  • Jubilate Deo (Psalm 100, "Make a joyful noise to the Lord") — Martin, Gilbert (Trinity Memorial Church Choir, Binghamton, NY)
  • Symphony #1 for Organ and Orchestra, opus 42 (Finale) — Guilmant, Alexander (Ray Cornils at the Kotzschmar Organ, Portland, ME)
  • Hymns:
              Come We That Love the Lord
              Day By Day
              Have Thine Own Way Lord
              My Jesus, I Love Thee
  • Psalm 129 "Many a time have they fought against me") — Walmisley, Thomas A. (St. Paul's Cathedral, London, UK)
  • Sonata #5 (Scherzo) — Guilmant, Alexander (Jane Parker Smith, 1950-2020, at Coventry Cathedral, UK)
  • God So Loved the World — Stainer, John (James Howes, soloist, at 1st Methodist, St. Petersburg, FL)
  • Byzantine music of Hagia Sophia ("Church of the Holy Wisdom", Istanbul, Turkey):
              Kontakian - Lifted Up on the Cross
              Psalm 140 "Lord, Hear the voice of my supplication"
    (Cappella Romana at Stanford University, CA)
  • A Mighty Fortress is Our God, arr.: J.S. Bach (Mormon Tabernacle Choir, Salt Lake City, UT)
  • Fantasy on Ein Feste Burg ("A Mighty Fortress is Our God") — Zwart, Jan (Klaas Bolt, organ of St. Bavokerk, Haarlem, Netherlands)
  • Gloria — Puccini, Giacomo (Mormon Tabernacle Choir, Salt Lake City, UT)
  • Tuba Tune in D, opus 15 — Lang, Craig Sellar (John Talley, organist, U.S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, MD)
    Hagia Sophia (Church of Holy Wisdom in Byzantine Constantinople, as it appeared AD 537-1453)