Music List for October to December 2016 (Year C)

Worship for October to december 2016

October 2nd . – Harvest Festival Mass with Junior Choir
Before: violin
Communion: Anthem – “Thou visitest the earth,” by Maurice Greene
Setting: Gloria by Mike Anderson with piano; Sanctus, Benedictus and Agnus Dei from Nashdom Mass, by
Anthony Greening
After: Canzona from the “Folkloric” Suite – Jean Langlais (Thomas, trumpet, with Andrew, organ)

October 9th. – Twentieth Sunday after Trinity
Introit: plainsong proper
Communion: Anthem – “My Lord, what a morning” – spiritual, arranged by Kenneth Pont
Setting: Gloria, Sanctus, Benedictus and Agnus Dei from Nashdom Mass, by Anthony Greening (until
November 20th.), but note Agnus Dei on November 6th.
Angelus: sung (v.3 descant)
Voluntary: The Prince of Denmark’s March – Jeremiah Clarke

October 16th. – Twenty-First Sunday after Trinity
Before: “A morning salutation” – Michael Head (solo)
Communion: Anthem – “With a voice of singing,” by Martin Shaw

October 16th. Twenty First Sunday after Trinity – Choral Evensong
Introit: “O come, ye servants of the Lord” – Christopher Tye
Responses: Richard Ayleward
Office hymn: 248 O strength and stay, upholding all creation (2nd.)
Psalm: 149 (anglican chant by Ivor Atkins in B flat)
Canticles: T Tertius Noble in B minor
Readings: Nehemiah 8, vv.9-end; John 16, vv.1-11
Anthem: “How lovely are thy dwellings fair” (“Requiem”), by Johannes Brahms
Hymns: 339 Be thou my vision, O Lord of my heart
433 O worship the King all glorious above (v.6 descant)
Voluntary: Prelude in G (BWV 541) – J S Bach

October 23rd. – Dedication Festival
Voluntary: Andante from Sonata No.6 – Felix Mendelssohn
Communion: Anthem – “Behold, the tabernacle of God,” by William Harris
Voluntary: Allabreve (Grave) from Fantasia on G (BWV 572) – J S Bach

October 30th. – All Saints’ Sunday
Before: plainsong proper
Communion: Anthem – “So they gave their bodies to the commonwealth,” by Peter Aston

Wednesday, November 2nd. at 8.00p.m. – Requiem for the Feast of All Souls with augmented Choir
Introit: 295 Let all mortal flesh keep silence
Psalm: 23 The Lord is my shepherd; I shall not be in want (composed setting)
Gradual: 305 Soul of my saviour, sanctify my breast
Setting: Gabriel Fauré (Pie Jesu: Rachel)
Voluntary: “O Welt, ich muß dich lassen” (No. 3 of 11 Chorale-Preludes, OP.122) – Johannes Brahms
At the Calvary: 526 Give rest, O Christ, to thy servants with thy saints (Russian Contakion of the Departed)

November 6th. Third Sunday before Advent
Introit: “The Call” (“Come, my Way, my Truth, my Life”) – Ralph Vaughan Williams
Communion: plainsong proper
Anthem: “God be in my head,” by John Rutter

Setting: Agnus Dei from John Ireland’s service in C
After: flute solo

November 13th. – Third Sunday before Advent (Remembrance Sunday) organist, with brass
Before: “Dido’s Lament” (“Dido and Aeneas”) – Henry Purcell (brass)
Communion: Anthem – “Panis angelicus,” by Cesar Franck (solo singer with violin)
While walking outside: “Nimrod” (from “Enigma” Variations) – Edward Elgar (brass)
At the Calvary: Last Post and Reveille (trumpet)
417 O God, our help in ages past (with brass)
At the end: Largo (“New World” Symphony) – Antonin Dvorák (brass)

November 20th. – Christ the King organ, with brass
Introit: “Ich halte treulich still” (“My heart remains at peace”) – J S Bach (solo: Dorothy)
Processional: 352 Crown him with many crowns
Communion: Anthem – “O quam gloriosum,” by Tomás Luis de Victoria
After the Blessing: Fanfare (“Gloria in excelsis Deo”) – Martin Shaw (with brass)
LONG EXIT

November 27th. – First Sunday of Advent (Year A)
Introit: 501 v.1 The Advent Prose
Communion: Anthem – The Advent Sequence (solo)
Angelus: sung (v.3 descant)
Setting: Penitential Rite from “Short Mass for Advent and Lent,” by Stephen Dean, Sanctus, Benedictus and
Eucharistic Acclamation from “St. Andrew’s Responsorial Acclamations,” by Stephen Dean and
Agnus Dei from “Mass of St. Edmund of Abingdon,” by Derek Fry, until December 18th.
Voluntary: “Herr Christ, der ein’ge Gottes-Sohn” (BWV 601) – J S Bach

December 4th. – Second Sunday of Advent (with Baptisms)
Introit: 501 v.2 The Advent Prose
Communion: Anthem – “Rejoice in the Lord alway,” by John Redford
Taize chant 28 – Wait for the Lord
Angelus: sung (v.3 descant)
After: piano solo

December 11th. – Third Sunday of Advent; with Nativity Pageant
Introit: 501 v.3 The Advent Prose
Communion: Anthems – “Ave Maria,” by Giulio Cacci (solo)
“The holly and the ivy” – English traditional carol, arr. JW (with instrumental group)
Voluntary: Sinfonia to Cantata No. 29 (“Wir danken dir”, BWV 29) – J S Bach

December 18th – Fourth Sunday of Advent
Before: 501 v.4 The Advent Prose
Communion: Anthem – “Ave Maria,” by Michael Head (solo)
Angelus: sung (v.3 descant)
After: piano (Sian and Seamus)

December 18th. – Service of Readings and Carols at 6.00p.m. organ, with brass
Hymns: 34 (18) Once in royal David’s city (v.1 solo; all six verses)
HON 34 (1) Angels, from the realms of glory
29 (10) It came upon the midnight clear
22 (3) Away in a manger
28 (9) In the bleak mid-winter
HON 537 (25) We three kings of orient are
30 (14; omit v.7) O come, all ye faithful
26 omit v.4 (8) Hark! the herald angels sing
Choir carols: “Hymn to the Virgin” – Benjamin Britten
“The holly and the ivy” – John Gardner
“Legend” – Peter Tchaikovsky
“The Earl of Salisbury’s Carol” – William Byrd (duet)
Extracts from “The Christmas Oratorio” – J S Bach (CfC1, 10): “And there were shepherds”; “And
the angel said unto them”; “Break forth, O beauteous heavenly light”

Saturday, December 24th. – Christingle Services at 3.00 & 4.30p.m. Junior Choir
Hymns: 32 O little town (three verses only)
HON 444 Silent night
Gloria: Mike Anderson
22 Away in a manger
34 Once in royal David’s city (only 4 verses)
Solo: “The first Christmas,” by Peter Racine Fricker (solo: Lily)

11.00 to 11.20p.m. Congregational Carols
Hymns: 32 (16) O little town of Bethlehem (v.5 descant)
28 (9) In the bleak midwinter
39 (24) Unto us a boy is born
40 (26) What child is this, who, laid to rest…..?
36 (22) The first nowell the angel did say

11.30p.m. Midnight Mass of the Nativity
Voluntary: Tiento de Falsas No.12, on the first tone – Juan Cabanilles
Processional: 34 (18) Once in royal David’s city (v.1 solo; CfC2,148; all six verses)
Gradual: 42 (27) While shepherds watched their flocks by night (descant vv.3,6)
Offertory: 30 (14) O come, all ye faithful (CfC1,88)
Communion: Choir – “The shepherds’ farewell,”by Hector Berlioz (CfC1, 142)
“Myn Liking,” by Richard RuncimanTerry (CfC2, 84)
All – HON 444 (20) Silent night! Holy night! (harmony on separate sheet)
29 (10) It came upon the midnight clear (CfC2,89)
After the Blessing: LONG EXIT 26 omit v.4 (8) Hark! the herald angels sing
Setting: Gloria from Lourdes Mass by Jean Paul Lecot and Sanctus, Benedictus and Agnus Dei from Nashdom
Mass, by Anthony Greening
Voluntary: Toccata from Symphony No.5 – Charles Marie Widor

Sunday, December 25th. – Christmas Day
Voluntary: Trio in E flat major (Op.49, No.6) – Josef Rheinberger
Processional: 34 (18) Once in royal David’s city (CfC2, 148; all six verses)
Gradual: 42 (27) While shepherds watched their flocks by night
Offertory: 32 (16) O little town of Bethlehem (CfC1,92)
Communion: Choir – “The angel Gabriel” – Basque carol, arr. Edgar Pettman (SNOB 318)
186 (25) Tell out, my soul, the greatness of the Lord
40 (29) What child is this, who laid to rest?
After the Blessing: 26 (8) omit v.4 Hark! the herald angels sing (CfC1,39)
Setting: as Midnight Mass
LONG EXIT
Voluntary: Theme from “Brideshead” – Geoffrey Burgon, arranged by Eric Wetherwell
GO’N / JW 25.8.2016

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