3rd Sunday after Epiphany
January 25, 2009
Click to go immediately to:
Click to read about Orlande de Lassus in Wikipedia.
Click to read about parody Mass.
Click to listen to three different versions of Orlande de Lassus, Vinum bonum et suave, and the Missa ad imitationem moduli Vinum bonum.
Click to read about and listen to Joseph Haydn, Schöpfungsmesse (Creation Mass),H XXII 13,by April Cantelo, soprano; Helen Watts, contralto; Robert Tear, tenor; Forbes Robinson, bass; The Choir of St. John's College, Cambridge; Academy of St Martin-in-the Fields; George Guest conducting.
Click to read about George Frideric Handel (1685-1759) in Wikipedia.
Click to listen to the four organ concerti performed by Genevieve Soly with the Ensemble Carl Philipp, Jean-François Rivest conducting. Don't forget to read the extensive programme notes, not only about the music, but also the Warren organ.
In his short life Purcell produced a wealth of church music, most of which is available for online listening.
Click to listen (with text) to O Sing to the Lord, Z44; O praise God in his holiness, Z42; Praise the Lord, O Jerusalem, Z46; and It is a good thing to give thanks, Z 18; performed with soloists; the Choir of New College, Oxford; and The King's Consort; Robert King conducting.
The Wolff organ of Redpath Hall - Admission Free
Friday, January 30: Federico Andreoni, works by Frescobaldi, J.S. Bach, Cabanilles, de Arauxo, Morandi, Moretti, D'Anglebert.
Friday, February 6: Jonathan Oldengarm.