There were also many lepers in Israel in the time of the prophet Elisha, and none of them was cleansed except Naaman the Syrian." [NRSV, Luke 4:27].Christ Church Cathedral Choir Notes
Fourth Sunday after Epiphany
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1) The Music Programme Homepage
2) The Music Calendar for Choral Eucharist and Evensong
3) The Concert Calendar
Joos van Wassenhove, The Institution of the Eucharist, Galleria Nazionale delle Marche, Urbino, 1473-75
Francis Poulenc, Salve Regina, is the Introit for choral evensong this coming Sunday. It is interesting to compare his motet, Salve Regina, with the Salve Regina that the nuns sing as they go to their death by guillotine in Poulenc's Les Dialogues des Carmélites.
For the text, right-click here, then left-click on "Open in New Window."
Click to hear Francis Poulenc, Salve Regina, performed by The Sixteen, Harry Christophers conducting.
Click to go to the Salve Regina, Les Dialogues des Carmélites, performed at Teatro della Scala, Riccardo Muti, conducting; Robert Carsen, directing.
McGill Winter Noon-Hour Organ Recital Series
The Wolff organ of Redpath Hall: 12:30 pm
Friday, Jan 29: Hank Knox
Friday, Feb 5: Han Mi Kang
Friday, Feb 12: Thomas Pousont
2010 is the 200th anniversary of the birth of Samuel Sebastian Wesley (1810-76)
Click to go to Samuel Sebastian Wesley, Blessed be the God and Father, performed by Consortium; Helen Swift, soprano; Gareth Price, organ.
For a performance by the Choir of St. Paul's Cathedral, London; Jeremy Budd, treble; John Scott conducting; Andrew Lucas, organ, right-click here, then left-click on "Open in New Window," then click on "0749 Part III," then hold button and slide to 8:41 (8 minutes and 41 seconds). Click here for text.
Click to go to Felice Anerio, Stabat Mater, performance by the National Youth Choir of Great Britain, Mike Brewer conducting.
Matthias Grünewald, Crucifixion, Öffentliche Kunstsammlung, Basle, c. 1501
Click for Johann Sebastian Bach, Cantata 21, performance by Soprano: Barbara Schlick; Tenor: Guy de Mey; Bass: Klaus Mertens; Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra & Choir; Ton Koopman conducting. Recorded at Waalse Kerk, Amsterdam, Holland.
Domenico Feti, Parable of the Lost Drachma, Gemäldegalerie, Dresden, 1618-22