Featured Choral Evensong Podcast from May 16, 2018

Featured Choral Evensong from Wednesday, May 16, 2018

Martyrs of Sudan

This week’s featured Choral Evensong was sung by the Trinity Chamber Singers on May 16, 2018. We commemorated the Martyrs of Sudan that evening, with the Rev. Dr. Paul Gaston, former Acting Dean of Trinity Cathedral, as homilist.

That was our final evensong of the 2018 spring season, so the musical menu was an extra rich one for that service. The Responses were sung to the beautifully expressive setting by James Buonemani, resident musician at St. James Episcopal Church in Los Angeles. The canticles were sung to the iconic setting in A major by Charles Villiers Stanford, and the anthem was one of the masterpieces in the Anglican choral repertoire, “Hear my words, ye people,” by Hubert Parry.

Trinity Chamber Singers
Todd Wilson, choirmaster; Nicole Keller, organist

Homilist:  The Rev. Dr. Paul Gaston, Acting Dean, Trinity Cathedral

Opening Preces     James Buonemani (b. 1956)

Office Hymn #367  RUSTINGTON

Psalm 116:10-17     Anglican Chant (J. Robinson)

First Lesson — Wisdom 3:1-9

Magnificat        Evening Service in A     Charles Villiers Stanford (1852-1924)

Second Lesson — Matthew 24:9-14

Nunc Dimittis        Evening Service in A      Charles Villiers Stanford (1852-1924)

Apostle’s Creed

Responses, Lord’s Prayer, and Collects     James Buonemani (b. 1956)

Collect for the Day

Greeting

Homily

Anthem — Hear My Words, Ye People     Hubert H. Parry (1848-1918)

Spoken Prayers

Concluding Versicle and Response

Blessing

Hymn  #24      ST. CLEMENT

Organ Voluntary

 

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