Great Vigil and First Mass of Easter/Easter Vigil Song Lists
  • KyleM18
    Posts: 94
    I do enjoy these song lists, and I know many of the guests to this form enjoy them as well. Mine is not as pleasant, sadly, as most on this forum, but I try.

    St. Joseph's Cathedral, San Diego, CA

    (Note, this is our first year with a music program. Before this past august, all music was just cantor and a piano, the organ had not been touched for over 20 years, and there had been no choir since Vatican II)

    Hymnal: RitualSong Second Edition
    Music Director: Mr. Patrick Robell
    Additional Instruments: Brass Quintet, Timpani

    Procession of the Candle: New Translation, old tone. (I believe it is the tone from the 1998 Sacramentary, although I may be mistaken)
    Exsultet: ICEL
    First Psalm: Lord Send out your Spirit (Paul Lisicky)
    Second Psalm: Tony Alonso (You are my inheritance, O Lord.)
    Third Psalm: WLP Lectionary Psalms (Let us sing to the Lord...)
    Gloria: A New Mass for Congregations (Andrews)
    Gospel Acclamation: Tri-tone intonation, then O FILII ET FILIAE with verses from Psallite.
    Litany of the Saints: ICEL 2010
    Blessing of the Water: ICEL 2010
    At the Baptisms: Gregorian triple alleluia
    Sprinkling Rite: Acclamations for the Easter Vigil Initiations (Tony Alonso)
    Offertory Hymn: At That First Eucharist
    Eucharistic Acclamations: A Community Mass (Richard Proulx)
    Communion Antiphon: Chant, arr. Myers (I based it off several motifs from the Dirksen version)
    Communion Hymn: I Am the Bread of Life (Suzanne Toolan)
    Post-Communion Hymn of Praise: O God Beyond all Praising
    Marian Antiphon: Regina Caeli (Possibly)
    Recessional Hymn: Jesus Christ is Risen Today (EASTER HYMN)
  • matthewjmatthewj
    Posts: 2,407
    Lumen Christi chant
    Psalm 1 LCM
    Psalm 2 LCM
    Spanish Psalm 3, Bartlett, Mode VIII
    Psalm 5 LCM
    Gloria VIII
    GR Alleluia with English verses
    Litany from RM
    Acclamation from RM
    During Baptisms:
    Sicut Cervus, Palestrina
    Alleluia, Purcell
    Alleluia, Boyce
    Lord For Thy Tender Mercy's Sake, Farrant
    Lord Make Me to Know, Byrd
    During Confirmations:
    Veni Creator Mode VIII with improvisations
    Magnificat Mode VIII with improvisations
    Offertory Antiphon GR
    Jesus Christ is Risen Today LLANFAIR
    Sanctus/Agnus Dei VIII
    Triple Alleluia Communion, Mode VI
    Regina Caeli a5, Victoria
    Ave Verum, Byrd
    Jesus Christ is Risen Today English/Spanish EASTER HYMN
    Trumpet/organ postlude
  • tomjaw
    Posts: 946
    St. Bede's London EF
    Lumen Christi / Exsultet, Chant
    12 Prophecies, Prophecy tone (1st and 12th sung to special tones)
    Tracts Cantemus, Vinea, Attende, Chant
    Sicut Cervus, Palestrina
    Sitivit Anima mea, Palestrina
    Blessing of Font, Chant
    Litany of the Saints
    Kyrie I ad Lib
    Gloria I
    Alleluia / Tract, Chant
    Off, Christus Resurgens
    Sanctus I
    Communion, Rex sempiterne Domine (Matins Hymn)
    Vespers, Chant
    Marian Anthem, Regina Caeli, Solemn tone
  • donr
    Posts: 916
    Our Lady of Grace - Maricopa, AZ
    7:30pm Easter Vigil Mass

    Lumen Christi chant
    Psalms 1, 3, 5, 7 English OCP Breaking Bread
    Psalm 2, 4, 6, Spanish OCP Spanish Missal
    Gloria VIII
    GR Alleluia with 3 English verses LCM
    Litany English ICEL
    During Baptisms:
    Springs of Water LCM
    The Lord, Will Bless Us with Peace (chorus only) - Whitaker
    Sprinkling Rite: I Saw Water Flowing LCM
    During Confirmations:
    Veni Sancte Spiritus Landry/Wey
    Offertory Hymn: "At the Lamb's High Feast" Campbell/Bach
    Offertory Antiphon "The Right Hand of the Lord" - LCM
    Sanctus/Agnus Dei VIII
    Memorial Acclamation "When we Eat the Bread" Stephan, Mass of Renewal
    Amen Richard Clark
    Communion Antiphon: Pascha Norstrum (GR), Cristo, Nuestro (Gorbits), Christ our Passover (LCM).
    Communion Hymn: Pn de vida
    Regina Caeli, chant
    Jesus Christ is Risen today (not played)
    Recessional Alleluia, Alleluia (Hymn to Joy)
  • Saint Maurice - Stamford, CT

    Lumen Christi chant
    Psalms 1, 3, 5 - Respond and Acclaim
    Gloria: incipit from Roman missal; organ fanfare and heritage mass gloria
    Triple Alleluia from Roman missal then verses with "o filii et filiae" refrain
    Sprinkling "I saw water flowing..." from Roman missal
    Offertory chant SEP
    Offertory hymn: the day of resurrection
    Mass Parts: ICEL chant with organ embellishments
    Communion Antiphon SEP
    Communion hymn: Day of Delight
    Recessional: Regina Caeli
    Recessional: Jesus Christ is Risen Today

    EDIT: add easter sunday
    Prelude: Improvisation on 'victimae paschali laudes'
    Processional Hymn: Christ the Lord is Risen Today (LLANFAIR)
    Kyrie: recited with petitions
    Gloria: incipit from Roman missal; organ fanfare and heritage mass gloria
    Alleluia: Something i lifted from a youtube video, verse chanted in mode viii
    Sprinkling: Vidi Aquam at early mass; "I saw water flowing..." from missal at later mass
    Offertory Chant: SEP
    Offertory Hymn: Day of Delight
    Sanctus & Agnus Dei: Missa Lux et Origo
    Mortem Tuam: English ICEL
    Amen: ICEL
    Communion Antiphon: SEP
    Communion Hymn: Alleluia! The Strife is O'er
    Communion Anthem: My Master from a Garden Rose (G. Young)
    Recessional: Regina Caeli
    Recessional: Jesus Christ is Risen Today
  • dad29
    Posts: 1,202
    Happy Easter!!

    Heard a 'first' last night: the Exultet sung by a choir soloist with choral drone and/or 3- or 4- part open 4th/5th harmonies sprinkled throughout.

    Since the rubric allows for "some other person" to sing it, one supposes that this unique thing is licit. But I have my doubts as to authenticity.
    Thanked by 1KyleM18
  • CCoozeCCooze
    Posts: 493
    I went to a vigil at another church because my BiL was being confirmed.
    I have no desire to share their song list ( =/ ), but it included "Sing a Song of Freedom" (complete with tambourine.... ah, such music must be how liturgical dancers came about...).

    But today I was the cantor for an EF Easter Mass. No organ or choir - just Father and I providing the "music."
    Vidi Aquam, Gregorian propers, Mass I, VPL, Credo IV, an extra, "Surrexit Dominus vere, alleluia" from Gregorian Chant for Church and School (I bought a copy of the older book, from ebay while buying a new LB to replace one I left on a plane), and Regina Caeli chant. Procession/Recessional was "At The Lamb’s High Feast We Sing" vs 1,2/3,4.
    Thanked by 2CHGiffen tomjaw
  • KyleM18
    Posts: 94
    @dad29 Ah, the technicalities and loopholes. But you have to ask yourself, presuming that it sounded good, would you rather have the Exsultet sung like that or with a praise and worship setting? A parish near me did the latter, and it was cringeworthy.
  • canadashcanadash
    Posts: 1,198
    St. Isaac Jogues Parish, Pickering, Ontario

    Exultet chanted by Deacon
    Psalms for readings 1,3,5 from Canadian CBW III
    A cappella SATB by the choir
    Psalm for reading 7: Palestrina: Sicut Cervus
    Mass Parts: Missa D’Angelis
    Litany of Saints: ICEL
    Sprinkling: I Saw Water: Nestor
    Confirmation: Chant: Veni Creator Spiritus
    Offertory: Ye Choirs of New Jerusalem: Stanford
    Communion Proper: SEP
    Communion Hymn: Jesus Christ is Ris’n Today
    Recessional: Halleluia Chorus: Handel
    Postlude: Toccata on Victimae Paschali Laudes: Bedard
    Thanked by 1Andrew Malton
  • CharlesW
    Posts: 8,287
    Holy Ghost Catholic Church, Knoxville, TN

    Exsultet: Chanted by associate pastor
    Psalms for readings 1, 3, 5, and 7 from WLP Missalette
    Mass parts: ICEL chants
    Litany of the Saints: ICEL chant
    Sprinkling: I Saw Water Flowing - ICEL chant
    Confirmation: Veni Creator Spiritus
    Offertory: "Alleluia, Christ Is Risen" - Mozart
    Communion Proper: Rice
    Communion Hymn: "Alleluia, Alleluia, Give Thanks" -Fishel
    Recessional Hymn: "Jesus Christ Is Risen Today"
    Postlude: "Grave - Suite du Premier Ton" - Jacques Boyvin
  • Caleferink
    Posts: 213
    St. Mary's, Tampa, FL

    Lumen Christi: RM chant in Latin
    Exsultet: RM chant in English by the deacon
    Responsorial Psalm 1 (Psalm 104): Proulx
    Responsorial Psalm 3 (Exodus 15): Respond & Acclaim (Alstott)
    Responsorial Psalm 7 (Psalm 42-43, in Spanish): "Como busca la cierva" (Reza)
    Gloria: Mass of Redemption (Janco) with brief organ fanfare before
    Paschal Alleluia: RM chant by celebrant
    Alleluia Psalm 118: "Let Us Rejoice" (Haugen)
    Litany of the Saints: RM chant
    Blessing of Baptismal Font: "Springs of water, bless the Lord..." (RM chant)
    Baptismal Acclamation: Alleluia from "I Saw Water" (Nestor)
    Reception into Full Communion: "There Is One Lord" (Taize)
    Confirmation: "Veni Creator Spiritus" (chant/arr. Hall)
    Sprinkling Rite: "I Saw Water" (Nestor)
    Offertory: "O Sons and Daughters"
    Sanctus/Mysterium/Amen/Agnus Dei: Mass of Redemption (Janco)
    Pater Noster: RM chant
    Communion Antiphon: Pascha nostrum (GR chant)
    Communion Anthem: "Alleluia, All the Ages" (Bonasso)
    Dismissal: RM chant
    Recessional Hymn: "Jesus Christ Is Risen Today"
  • dad29
    Posts: 1,202

    It was done well enough. The question is not 'the art.' The question is whether that Proclamation should come from the altar (priest, deacon, "other" singer) or from the choir.

    There's a very different "feel" to it, no matter how good the art.
  • CCoozeCCooze
    Posts: 493
    "Heard a 'first' last night..."

    Ours had the priest chanting the Exsultet, with a drone.
    Here's a rehearsal audio/video (if posting this works, anyway).
  • LenaH
    Posts: 29
    St. Patrick Parish
    Kokomo, IN

    All acapella (our new organist/MD and family came into the church, so could not provide accompaniment)

    Exultet-sung by homegrown deacon, to be ordained this June (Thanks be to God!)
    Psalms (all 7)- Respond and Acclaim
    Mass setting-Mass of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus (Bancks)
    Triple Alleluia-R&A
    Gospel chanted by Deacon
    Sprinkling-Vidi Aquam (GM)
    Offertory Antiphon-SEP
    Offertory 2-Christ the Lord is Risen Today (LLANFAIR)
    Communion Antiphon-SEP
    Communion 2-At the Lamb's High Feast We Sing
    Rcessional-Jesus Christ is Risen Today (EASTER HYMN)
    Postlude-Christus Vincit (french Melody)
    Post postlude-Be Joyful Mary (REGINA CAELI)

    @ Canadash-I used to live in Oshawa many years ago, and still have family in Oshawa and Whitby! What a small world. I remember picking raspberries and strawberries in Pickering. Brought back pleasant memories.
    Thanked by 1canadash

    Exultet: Sung by pastor.
    Responsorial Psalms: Mix of Fr. Weber's embellished responsorial psalms and some Graduals from the Graduale.
    Triple Alleluia-Chant.
    Gloria: Cima/Latona.
    Litany: Fr. Weber.
    Sprinkling: I Saw Water (Weber).
    Offertory: Alleluia (Thompson)
    Sanctus, Memorial Acclamation, Agnus Dei: ICEL
    Communion: Christ our passover (Weber)
    Communion Hymn: The Strife is O'er
    Communion Motet: Sicut Cervus
    Recessional: Jesus Christ is Risen Today
    Postlude: Improvisation on "Victimae Paschali Laudes."
  • ref_scottref_scott
    Posts: 81
    The Proto-Cathedral of St. James the Greater - Vancouver, WA

    Sung by the Collegium Musicum and Chamber Orchestra

    Exultet chanted in English
    Canticle I: Jubilate Deo, Lassus
    Canticle II: Let is sing to the Lord, LCM
    Canticle III: Sicut cervus, Palestrina

    Gloria: Mass in D Major, Dvorak
    Alleluia: Triple Alleluia and Fanfare for Procession

    Litany of Saints, sung in English
    Vidi aquam, Haller (arranged for choir, organ, brass and timpani)

    Offertory: Dextera Domini, Plainsong
    Surrexit a mortius, Widor (arranged for choir, 1 organ, and orchestra)
    Sanctus: Mass in D major, Dvorak
    Agnus Dei: Missa de Angelia

    Communion: Pascha nostrum, Plainsong
    Hallelujah and Amen from Messiah, Handel
    Recessional: Jesus Christ is risen today

    EASTER SUNDAY, Sung Masses

    Missa de Angelis
    Regina Coeli, K108 Mozart
    This joyful Eastertide, Wood
    Sicut cervus, Palestrina
    Gregorian Chant Proper
    Thanked by 1BruceL
  • ViolaViola
    Posts: 162
    St Mary's cathedral, Aberdeen, Scotland
    Unusually large number of choir away, sigh.

    Christ, our light: simple chant.
    Exsultet: ICEL chant
    All 7 psalms mostly to settings by Gregory Murray
    Gloria: Lourdes setting, verses in English
    Easter alleluias: traditional plainchant
    Celtic Alleluia
    Blessing of baptismal water: Springs of water, chant
    Litany: chanted in English
    Sprinkling: Vidi aquam (Samuel Webbe)
    Confirmations: Veni Sancte Spiritus (Taize)
    Offertory: This is the night of new beginnings (Farrell)
    Sanctus: Mass of Renewal
    Mem Acc 3: Mass of Renewal
    Amen: plainchant
    Our Father: sung in English, Mozarabic tone
    Agnus Dei: Mass of Renewal
    Communion antiphon: plainchant
    Communion hymn: Bring, all ye dear-bought nations, bring
    Regina caeli: simple chant
    Recessional: Thine be the glory
    Postlude: O filii et filiae, Andriessen
  • nun_34nun_34
    Posts: 58
    Monastery of Our Lady of Grace (CT)

    Vigil Mass:
    Exultet - ICEL chant by the priest
    Psalms - settings by Fr. Weber OSB
    Gloria and all mass parts - Missa Lux et Origo
    Alleluia - traditional chant
    Sprinkling - I saw water (Fr. Weber OSB)
    Offertory - SEP
    Communion antiphon - Fr. Weber/Fr. Kelly OSB
    Communion hymn - Hail to thee, high festival day (traditional chant melody)
    (departure in silence)

    Easter Day:
    Introit, Offertory - SEP
    Gloria and all mass parts - Missa Lux et Origo
    Psalm - Gethsemani Abbey
    Sprinkling, as above
    Communion antiphon as above, with psalm verses
    Recessional - Jesus Christ is Risen Today, all verses
  • The Cathedral of Our Lady of Walsingham

    Easter Day
    Solemn Pontifical Mass

    Organ Voluntary - Prelude and Fugue in G-Major (BWV541) - - - J.S. Bach
    At the Entrance - Hymn, 'Jesus Christ is Risen Today' - - - Easter Hymn
    The Introit - Resurrexi - - - Mode IV (Palmer-Burgess)

    Kyrie - Missa Sancte Maria Magdalene - - - Healey Willan
    Gloria - Missa Sancte Maria Magdalene - - - Healey Willan

    The Psalm - CXVIII, Confitemini Domino - - - Chant, Sir Joseph Barnby
    Alleluya and Verse - Pascha nostrum - - - adapt., Palestrina
    The Sequence - Victimae paschali laudes - - - Mode I (P-B)

    The Nicene Creed - - - Recto tono, with organ embellishments

    Vidi Aquam* - Chant, Thomas Norris

    At the Offertory -
    The Antiphon - Terra tremuit - - - Mode IV (P-B)
    Anthem - 'Light's Glittering Morn Bedecks the Sky' - - - Horatio William Parker

    Sanctus - Missa Sancte Maria Magdalene - - - Healey Willan
    The Our Father - Mode VII
    Agnus Dei - Missa Sancte Marie Magdalene - - - Healey Willan

    At the Communion -
    The Antiphon - Pascha nostrum - - - Mode VI (P-B)
    Anthem - 'Rise Up, My Love, My Fair One' - - - Healey Willan
    Hymn - 'The Strife Is O'er, the Battle Done' - - - Victory

    At the Dismissal - Hymn, 'The Day of Resurrection' - - - Ellacombe
    Organ Voluntary - Toccata, from Symphony V - - - Charles-Marie Widor

    *Why Vidi aquam here??!!!
    Well, in the Ordinariate Use the penitential rite comes after the creed, before the anaphora. This usage is from certain historic BCPs. It begins with the deacon saying: 'draw near with faith, and make your humble confession to almighty God, meekly kneeling upon your knees'.
  • MarkS
    Posts: 151
    Christ Episcopal Church, CT
    Easter Morning 8 and 10 AM

    Prelude: Chorale preludes for Easter from the Orgelbuchlein: Huet' triumphiret Gottes Sohn BWV 630, Erstanden its der heil'ge Christ BWV 628
    Processional hymn: Alleluia! Christ is risen! VICTORY
    Hymn of Praise: Come ye faithful, raise the strain ST. KEVIN
    Psalm 118: 1–2, 14–24 Anglican chant... Goodson
    Sequence hymn: Good Christians all, rejoice and sing GELOBET SEI GOTT
    At the Offertory: In Death's strong grip the Savior lay (Christ lag in Todesbanden) ... Walther/Crüger arr. Sullivan*
    Sanctus.. R. Proulx
    Fraction anthem: Christ Our Passover... G. Near
    Communion hymn: O sons and daughters O FILII ET FILIAE
    Communion anthem: 'A repeating Alleluia' ... C. Hampton
    Recessional hymn: Jesus Christ is Risen today! EASTER HYMN
    Postlude: Toccata from Organ Symphony V ...C.-M. Widor**

    * I found a two violin obbligato to a verse of Christ lag in Tosdebanden (below) from which I created a typical early German Baroque cantata movement (also below)***: ritornello (using the violin obligatos and adding a continuo part and a viola—because we have one—playing the chorale tune as a cantus), choir verse of chorale with continuo, ritornello, choir verse, ritornello + choir last verse. I adapted a lovely translation by Catherine Winkworth.

    ** I haven't played this piece in a while, so I programmed it this year. Honestly, there were people in tears when I finished, but I attribute that to the power of the Easter liturgy as much as anything. But it becomes harder and harder for me to justify playing this piece. Feels kind of empty.

    ***I am apparently a failure at attaching files. i tried to attach a score of our anthem, and then an MP3. Neither seems to have worked. Oh well!

  • BruceL
    Posts: 944
    Cathedral of Saint Paul, Birmingham, Alabama
    (Apologies for the formatting...lazy today!)

    Easter Vigil
    RESPONSORIAL PSALM I: Ps 104: Lord, send out… (Calvert/Veni Creator; new Mode 8 vs.)
    RESPONSORIAL PSALM III: Ex 15: Let us sing to the Lord (Bartlett)
    RESPONSORIAL PSALM V: Is 12: You will draw water joyfully (Proulx/Gelineau)
    EPISTLE/ALLELUIA: Gregorian triple Vigil Alleluia, Mode VIII
    LITANY OF THE SAINTS: English; Missal version
    DURING THE SPRINKLING RITE: Vidi aquam (Gregorian)
    OFFERTORY: Good Christians all, rejoice and sing (GELOBT SEI GOTT)
    Haec Dies (Byrd)
    MASS: Mass VIII
    “Christ our passover…” Pascha Nostrum; 1 Cor 5:7-8
    COMMUNION: Ye sons and daughters (O FILI ET FILIAE)
    Ye choirs of New Jerusalem (Stanford)
    CLOSING: Jesus Christ is Ris’n today (EASTER HYMN)
    VOLUNTARY: Postlude on a Melody of Melchior Vulpius (Derek Holman)

    Easter Sunday

    PRELUDE: Prelude in C, BWV 547 "9/8" (Bach)
    “I have risen…” Resurrexi; cf. Ps 139:18, 5-6
    ENTRANCE: Jesus Christ is Ris’n Today (EASTER HYMN)
    KYRIE: Missa Brevis St. Joannis de Deo (Haydn)
    RESPONSORIAL PSALM: Ps 118: This is the day… (Esguerra)
    SEQUENCE: Victimae Paschali laudes (sung in English, w/organ)
    ALLELUIA Pascha nostrum
    DURING THE SPRINKLING RITE: 8:30: ICEL antiphon “I saw water flowing…”;
    11: Vidi aquam (Gregorian)
    OFFERTORY: (11AM) Ye choirs of New Jerusalem (Stanford)
    (8:30AM) At the Lamb’s High Feast (SALZBURG)
    “The earth trembled…” Terra tremuit; Ps 76:9-10
    MASS: Mass VIII; Missa Brevis St. Joannis de Deo (Haydn) (Agnus)
    “Christ our passover…” Pascha Nostrum; 1 Cor 5:7-8; setting 3 of 4, choir vs., cong. Ref.
    COMMUNION: Ye sons and daughters (O FILI ET FILIAE)
    COMMUNION MOTET (11AM): Haec Dies (Byrd)
    CLOSING: Good Christians all, rejoice and sing (GELOBT SEI GOTT)
    VOLUNTARY: Postlude on a Melody of Melchior Vulpius (Derek Holman)

  • St. Joseph's Parish, Streetsville
    8 PM Easter Vigil Mass
    Fr. Marc-André Campbell, Celebrant
    Fr. Neiman D'Souza, Homilist
    Ana Maria Nunes, Principal Conductor
    Tracey Morrison, Conductor, Organist
    Brie-Anne Meyer, Organist
    Janelle Demello, Organist

    Lumen Christi, Deo Gratias
    Exultet: ICEL, proclaimed by Fr. Neiman D'Souza

    Psalms: Weber
    Gloria: Mass I Lux et Origo (Organ is turned on)
    Solemn Alleluia: see CBW III 85

    Litany of Saints: Missal, proclaimed by myself
    Baptisms: With Joy you shall draw Water (Haugen)
    Isti Sunt Agni Novelli (Chant)
    Confirmations: Veni Creator Spiritus (Omit verse 7, ran out of time)
    Sprinkling Rite: With Joy you Shall Draw Water (Haugen)

    Offertory: This Joyful Eastertide (Vruechten, arr. Wood)

    Sanctus & Agnus: Mass I Lux et Origo
    To God Be Joyful (from Mozart's Regina Cœli)
    Jubilate Deo (Frisina)

    Recessional: Alleluia, Alleluia, Give Thanks to the Risen Lord
    Postlude: Hallelujah (from Messiah)
    Thanked by 1Settefrati93
  • @casavant

    Thank you! I am so excited to see Marco Frisina's Jubilate Deo on there.

    His music is so widely unknown in USA. I have a couple of organist friends in Italy that use a lot of his music. Really lovely.

    I've actually translated one of his pieces "Cantico dell'Agnello" and reworked it a bit into English and used it at Easter a couple of times. We did not do it this year though.
    Thanked by 1Casavant Organist
  • Holy Week 2017
    Sacred Heart of Jesus Parish
    Grand Rapids, Michigan
    High Mass Choir
    Saint Nicholas Choristers
    Schola Cantorum of the Chair of Saint Peter (Gentlemen)
    Middle School Sacred Music Classes (Sacred Heart Academy)

    Easter Vigil (Ordinary Form)
    Psalms (Richard Rice)
    Gloria Missa de Angelis
    Offertory The right hand (Plainchant Gradual)
    Motet This joyful Eastertide (Wood)
    Hymn At the Lamb’s high feast (Salzburg)
    Sanctus/Agnus Missa de Angelis
    Communion Christ our Passover (Richard Rice)
    Motet Carol of the Exodus (Wood)
    Hymn Come, ye faithful (Gaudeamus partier)
    Antiphon Regina caeli
    Hymn Jesus Christ is risen (Easter Hymn)
    Organ Carillon (24 Pieces) (Vierne) (Jonathan Bading, Hope College)

  • @Settefrati93 The piece is a favourite of the church. Frisina definitely has some gems.
    Thanked by 1Settefrati93
  • @Casavant I am interested to know how you guys stumbled on him and his stuff. I only found out from those friends that I sang with over in Italy.