Featured Evensong Podcast from November 1, 2017

Featured Choral Evensong from Wednesday, November 1, 2017
All Saints

This week’s featured Evensong is another from our rich store of Evensongs for this special time of year, this one from All Saints’ Day, Nov. 1, 2017.

The Cathedral Choir sang the service, and the homilist was the Rev. Dr. Shawnthea Monoe, former Senior Pastor of Plymouth Church in Shaker Heights.

The Introit is the concluding “Requiem aeternam” from A Short Requiem by Sir Walford Davies.  The Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis are sung to the “Trinity Service” setting, written for us by American composer David Conte (b. 1955). David grew up in Lakewood, Ohio, and has spent most of his career teaching at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music. The anthem is “O thou sweetest source,” a wonderful work by Irish composer Charles Wood (1866-1926).

Trinity Cathedral Choir
Todd Wilson, choirmaster & Nicole Keller, organist
Homilist: The Rev. Dr. Shawnthea Monroe, Senior Pastor, Plymouth Church of Shaker Heights

Introit Requiem Aeternam H. Walford Davies (1869-1941)
Opening Preces- Sung by the choir Richard Ayleward (1626-1669)
Office Hymn       DELCAMP
Psalm 34: 1-10,22  Anglican Chant    (From M. Luther)
First Lesson – Revelation 7:9-17
Magnificat – Trinity Service David Conte (b. 1955)
Second Lesson – Matthew 5:1-12
Nunc Dimittis          David Conte
Apostle’s Creed
Responses, Lord’s Prayer, and Collects
Collect For the Day
Greeting and Homily
Anthem  O Thou Sweetest Source      Charles Wood (1866-1926)
Spoken Prayers
Concluding Versicle and Response
Blessing
Hymn 625           DARWALL
Organ Voluntary

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