Christmas 2022 music lists
  • tomjaw
    Posts: 2,453
    We have started our Christmas with Midnight Mass, will post the day Mass later.

    Gaudete Christus Natus est (Hymn/Carol)
    Int.: Dominus dixit ad me, chant
    Kyr.: Missa super dixit Maria, Hassler
    Glo.: Missa super dixit Maria, Hassler
    Grad.: Tecum principium, chant
    All.: Dominus dixit ad me, chant
    Crd.: Missa super dixit Maria, Hassler
    Off.: Laetetur caeli, chant
    Off. Motet: Veni redemptor gentium (Office hymn)
    San.: Missa super dixit Maria, Hassler
    Ben.: Missa super dixit Maria, Hassler
    Agn.: Missa super dixit Maria, Hassler
    Com.: In splendoribus, chant
    Com. Motet: Puer natus in Bethlehem alleluia

    Procession to crib
    Hymn: Adeste Fideles
    Blessing of crib
    Martyrology (Traditional text)
    Marian Anthem: Alma Redemptoris Mater, Guerrero

    Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas.
  • Our Lady Star of the Sea, Bremerton, WA.
  • 18 voice choir, 9 piece orchestra, 21 member children’s choir. Midnight.

    Carols: See, Amid the Winter's Snow; Lo, How a Rose; O Jesus Christ, Thy Manger is; Angels We Have Heard on High; O Little One Sweet; Sleep, Holy Babe; A Child is Born in Bethlehem;
    Procession: O Come, All Ye Faithful (Willcocks)
    Propers: Full Propers
    Ordinary: Pastoralmesse, op. 24, Karl Kempter
    Offertory: Quem pastores laudavere, M. Praetorius, Puercinium of 1621
    Communion: O Magnum Mysterium, Victoria
    Alma Redemptoris Mater, G.P. da Palestrina
    Puer natus in Bethlehem, plainchant
    Last Gospel: Stille Nacht, heilige Nacht
    Hymn: Joy to the World, the Lord is Come
    Postlude: Postlude-Cantique, Th. Dubois
  • Richard MixRichard Mix
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    St David of Wales, Richmond Calif.

    Missa XVII Salve, with Gloria VIII De angelis; Comm.'s from American Gradual

    Saturday Dec .24 Midnight Mass (Cantors only)

    Hymns and anthems at the 11:30 prelude:
    Dmitri Bortnianski: Cherubic Hymn No. 7
    hymn 195 Creator of the stars of night
    Roland de Lassus: Consolamini popule meus
    hymn 196 O come divine Messiah
    Igor Stravinsky: Ave Maria
    hymn 214 Lo how a rose
    anon. c. 1555 Un niño nos es naçido
    hymn 211 Of the Father’s love begotten
    Jean Mouton: Quaeramus cum pastoribus

    Offertory: Mouton: Noe, noe psallite
    Jean Mouton (1450’s - 1522), whose very name suggests descent from shepherds, composed several Christmas motets including the Quaeramus cum pastoribus heard before tonight’s Mass. “Noe, sing Jerusalem, be glad and rejoice for today the Savior is born; he lies in a manger, shining like the sky. Lift your heads, ye gates, and let in the King of Glory. Who this King of Glory? The Lord strong and mighty.”


    Christmas Day Dec. 25 Leontovich: Carol of the Bells
    Mykola Leontovych (1877-1921) wrote his most famous work in 1916 as a hymn to springtime (the title Shchredrik means ‘bounty’ in Ukrainian). He was assasinated during the Russian Civil War and the piece began its career as a Christmas carol with English words following a benefit concert at Carnegie Hall 100 years ago.
  • tomjaw
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    Christmas day Mass, Solemn High Mass with Deacon and Subdeacon

    11am Day Mass E.F.
    Asperges (first setting)
    INT. Puer Natus (Isaac 4 part setting) This is just so beautiful!
    KY. Mass for 3 voices, Byrd
    GLO. Mass for 3 voices, Byrd
    GRD. Viderunt (Sung in full from the G.R.)
    ALL. Dies sanctificatus (Sung in full from the G.R.)
    CRD. Mass for 3 voices, Byrd
    OFF. Tui sunt caeli (Sung in full from the G.R.)
    Off motet. Quem Pastores Laudavere (Carol / Hymn)
    SAN. Mass for 3 voices, Byrd
    BEN. Mass for 3 voices, Byrd
    AGN. Mass for 3 voices, Byrd
    COM. Viderunt omnes (Sung in full from the G.R.)
    Com motet. Virgini Mariae Laudes (former sequence, Parody of the Easter sequence)
    Domine Salvum fac (Cosset setting from Missa Exsultate Deo)
    Marian Anthem. Alma Redemptoris, Palestrina.

    We are also singing every day until Thursday so will also post the music here.
  • davido
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    St Patrick, Carlisle, Pa
    6 masses, 70 musicians involved

    Family Mass (children’s choirs and small handbell choir)
    Cherub choir anthems: Lullaby Sweet Jesus, Light One Candle, Kyrie from Mass is St Therese (Willan)
    St Cecilia Girls choir: hymns, mass, and anthem Were you there on that Christmas Night (Sleeth)
    Handbell carols: o come all ye faithful, angels we have heard, Still still still
    Mass: Gloria from Mass of St Francis (Buchholz); other from Missa jubilate Deo
    Hymns: Silent Night, O come all ye faithful, hark the herald angels sing, angels we have heard on high, Joy to the world

    Overflow mass (gymnasium - pianist, violins, cantors)
    Hymns and mass as above

    Choir mass (adult choir, brass choir, large handbell choir)
    Choir anthems: O Radiant Dawn (MacMillan), Sing Gloria (Bell), What can I give him (SJMP)
    Handbells: Peace Ringing, Variations on People Look East
    Hymns and mass as above; Latin parts accomp. Bell choir
    Brass: hymns and Carol of the Bells (arr Frankenpohl)

    Midnight (string quartet and chamber choir)
    Proclamation of Christmas (adapt. Esguerra)
    Missa Brevis KV 49 (Mozart) K, G, S/B, A
    Credo III (Roman Missal, 3rd Ed.)
    Anthems: What child is this (M Archer), O magnum mysterium (Victoria), Tollite Hostias (Saint-Saens),
    Dominus dixit and In splendoribus (Gregorian)
    BVM anthem: Alma redeptoris mater (Gregorian)
    Hymns: O come (Willcocks), Hark (Willcocks), Silent night, Joy to the World
    Organ: O sacrum convivium, Messiaen (HS student guest organist); Es ist ein Ros (Brahms), BWV 729

    8am cantor/pianist
    Hymns and mass as above

    10am organ/cantor a la Frescobaldi (solo show)
    Mass and hymns as above
    Thanked by 2CHGiffen tomjaw
  • Presentation of the Lord Catholic Church
    Montgomery, Texas
    The Ordinariate of the Chair of St. Peter

    9 Lessons and Carols

    Prelude - Es ist ein Ros Entsprungen, Brahms
    Once in Royal David's City (Arr. Willcocks)
    The Advent Prose
    Remember, O Thou Man, Ravenscroft
    Tollite Hostias, Saint-Saens
    Veni Emmanuel, Kodaly
    Ave Maria, Dubois
    Magnificat, Evening Service in C
    Lo, How a Rose, Praetorius
    Angels We Have Heard on High
    Nativity Carol, Rutter
    O Magnum Mysterium, Lauridsen
    O Come All Ye Faithful (Arr Willcocks)
    Postlude - Sortie on ANTIOCH


    Christmas Mass in the Night

    Propers - from The Saint Peter Gradual, Communio (In Splendoribus) G.R.
    Ordinary - Communion Service in E (Collegium Regale), Darke
    Prelude - Tollite Hostias (Saint-Saens), All My Heart This Night Rejoices (EBELING), Angels We Have Heard (GLORIA), Lo, How a Rose (Praetorius), Good Christian Men Rejoice (IN DULCE JUBILO), Of the Father's Love Begotten (DIVINUM MYSTERIUM),
    In dulci jubilo BWV 729 (Bach)
    Processional Hymn - O Come All Ye Faithful (arr Willcocks)
    Offertory Anthem - Nativity Carol (Rutter)
    Communion Hymn - O Little Town of Bethlehem
    Communion Motet - O Magnum Mysterium (Lauridsen)
    Post Communion - Silent Night
    Closing Hymn - Hark the Herald (Arr Willcocks)
    Postlude - Carillon de Longpont, Vierne

  • Same old at St. Sebastian Akron 1PM (why fix if not broken?):
    Pro/re: Adeste fideles
    Proper: Mass of the day, psalm-toned verses for Gradual and Alleluia
    Ordinary: Mass of the Shepherds (Pietro Yon)
    Offertory motet: Gaudete
    Communion: In natali Domini (Specialnik codex)

    BUT...I got blend, intonation, and high fs that didn't sound like a murdered rabbit.

    I guested on Christmas Eve at the other TLM in town (St. Paul's), which doesn't have a standing schola. I don't think that the DM there (Heidi Guttermuth) is on here, so I'll brag on her behalf. Intimate affair: soprano (teaches at their Chesterton Academy and has a Prottie choir), me, Heidi (organ/voice), violin.

    Music before Mass:
    Psallite (Praetorius/Robinson)
    Puer natus in Bethlehem a2 (Praetorius, Musae sionae IX)
    Tu scendi dalle stelle (de Liguari/Arantes)
    Gesu Bambino (violin)
    Organ pieces including Brahms 122/8 (Father was going to sing the Christmas Proclamation but chickened out.)
    Gaudete (Piae Cantiones/Batastini)
    Puer natus in Bethlehem (some note-against-note medieval harmonization)
    Ave Maria (J.B.Tresch)

    Music at Mass:
    Processional: Adeste fideles
    Asperges (took us by surprise, but it was the principal mass of Sunday)
    Proper:full Gregorian Mass at Midnight
    Ordinary: Mass VIII, Credo III
    Offertory: Ave Maria, from Two Hymns to Our Lady (Gerald Near)
    Communion: Panis Angelicus (Francesco Gasparini, ed. Scarpa)

    The Near was very nice, and easy; I plan on doing it with my own group. Gasparini also effective, and not difficult for a solo singer (I'd have liked it down a step...) Good to not have to "drive" and to be able to concentrate on my own music-making.

  • tomjaw
    Posts: 2,453
    Today on Sunday we had the Feast of St. Stephen E.F.

    12 servers
    INT. Etenim sederunt (Sung in full from the G.R.)
    KY. Mass IV
    GLO. Mass IV
    GRD. Sederunt principes (Sung in full from the G.R.)
    ALL. Video caelos (Sung in full from the G.R.)
    CRD. Credo I
    OFF. Elegerunt Apostoli (Sung in full from the G.R.)
    Off motet. Stephano primo martyri (Hymn)
    SAN. Mass IV
    BEN. Mass IV
    AGN. Mass IV
    COM. Video caelos (Sung in full from the G.R.)
    Com motet. Sancte Dei pretiose (Hymn)
    Marian Anthem. Alma Redemptoris, Solemn tone

    Followed by Benediction with 23 servers and blessing and enrolment of servers.
    O salutaris
    Tantum ergo
    Adoremus in aeternum

    This was followed by a party for servers in the hall with gifts handed to our servers for their faithful service.
  • Sts. Cyril and Methodius Oratory, Bridgeport, Connecticut (ICKSP)

    Midnight Mass - with Parish Choir and Men's Schola
    Carols before Mass
    Angels We Have Heard on High
    Away in Manger - CRADLE SONG, arr. Willcocks
    Gaudete - from Piae Cantiones
    The Angel Gabriel - Basque carol, arr. Pettman
    In the Bleak Midwinter - Gustav Holst
    God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen - harm. Stainer
    In Dulci Jubilo – arr. Pearsall (first two verses only)
    Personet Hodie - arr. Holst
    Silent Night
    Mass
    Organ Prelude: In dulci jubilo, BuxWV 197 - Dieterich Buxtehude
    Hymn at the Procession: Adeste fideles
    Mass Ordinary: Missa brevis - Andrea Gabrieli
    Proper Gregorian chants: Dominus dixit
    Credo III with "Et incarnatus est" from Missa Pilons lorge - Lassus
    Offertory: Resonet in laudibus - Handl
    Communion: O magnum mysterium - Victoria
    Hymn at the Recessional: Joy to the World
    Postlude: In dulci jubilo, BWV 729 - J. S. Bach

    Mass of the Day - with Children's Schola
    Hymn at the Procession: Angels We Have Heard on High
    Mass Ordinary: Mass VIII (de Angelis), Credo III
    Proper Gregorian chants: Puer natus est
    Offertory: Puer natus in Bethlehem - Scheidt (organ and soprano voices)
    Communion: Puer natus in Bethlehem - chant
    Verbum caro factum est - 15th century English carol, arr. R. R. Terry (from A Medieval Carol Book, 1932, p. 13).
    Hymn at the Recessional: O Come, All Ye Faithful (with veneration of Jesu Bambino)
    organ music as above
  • PaxTecum
    Posts: 277
    Midnight Mass
    Carols before Mass
    Lo, How A Rose E'er Blooming
    Away in a Manger (KirkPatrick / Willcocks)
    Ding Dong, Merrily on High (Wood)
    While Shepherds Watched their Flocks (Willcocks)
    Alma Redemptoris Mater (Palestrina)
    Silent Night
    BWV 751
    Mass
    Procession: O Come All Ye Faithful (willocks descant)
    Full gregorian propers
    Kyrie: Missa Secunda (Hassler)
    Gloria: de Angelis
    Credo: III
    Offertory: Infant holy, infant lowly (Willcocks)
    Sanctus/Agnus: Missa Secunda (Hassler)
    Communion: It came upon the midnight clear
    Communion: O magnum mysterium (Victoria)
    Marian Antiphon: Alma Redemptoris Mater
    Recessional: Joy to the World
    Recessional: Hark! The Herald Angels Sing
    Postlude: BWV 729


    Christmas Day
    Prelude: Lo, How A Rose, Away in a Manger, Ding, Dong (as above) & BWV 751
    Procession: O Come All Ye Faithful
    Kyrie: Mass of St. Agnes
    Gloria: Heritage Mass
    Psalm: Sam Schmitt
    Alleluia: Mode Vi
    Offertory: organ
    Sanctus / Agnus: Mass of St. Agnes
    Communion: Weber Antiphon
    Communion: Silent Night
    Communion: Infant holy, infant lowly
    Recessional: Joy to the World
    Postlude BWV 729
  • noteworthily, based on what everyone else is posting here, we sang Byrd Mass for 3 voices at Midnight, and Missa Cum Jubilo w/ Credo IV for Christmas During the Day.
  • Church of Saint Matthew, Flint MI

    Joy to the World
    Away in A Manger (Willcocks)
    Torches, Torches (Joubert)
    The First Noel (Willcocks)
    Ding Dong Merrily on High (Wallace--Saint James Music Press)
    Silent Night (Healey Willan)
    Christmas Proclamation
    O Come All Ye Faithful (Willcocks)
    Kyrie (Richard Shephard--Saint James Advent Service)
    Gloria (Mass in Honor of Saint Ignatius--Weismann)
    Psalm: Today Is Born Our Savior (Calvert Shenk)
    Gospel Alleluia (Theodore Marier)
    Angels We Have Heard on High (Theodore Marier)
    Infant Holy, Infant Lowly (Willcocks)
    Sanctus: (Richard Clark--Mass of the Angels)
    Lamb of God (Mass in F--William Endicott)
    All the Ends of the Earth (Psallite Domine--Richardson)
    Of the Father's Love Begotten (Thomas Gieschen)
    Hark! The Herald Angels Sing (Willcocks)
    Quiet Postlude with zimbelstern: Von Himmel Hoch--Walther



  • Hoorah for doing 'Torches, Torches' by Joubert!
    It's a dramatic little piece that is almost never done over here.
    Thanked by 1Joseph Michael
  • davido
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    Love Torches. Have only done it with kids, would love to do the full SATB version.
    Where does one find the Willan Silent Night?
    Thanked by 1Joseph Michael
  • Mine is a very "Spirit of Vatican II" parish, alas...

    Christmas Eve - 4pm Vigil Mass with Youth Choir and String Ensemble
    Prelude:
    In Dulci Jubilo (my arrangement for 2 parts and piano)
    Away in a Manger (alternating Cradle Song and Mueller tunes)
    Hark the Herald Angels Sing
    O Night Divine (O Holy Night text set to Londonderry Air tune)
    Hallelujah Chorus (instrumental arrangement, strings only)
    Joy to the World (arr. Patterson)

    Entrance: Angels We Have Heard on High
    Kyrie: recited
    Gloria: Mass of Renewal (Stephan)
    Psalm: For ever I will sing the goodness of the Lord. (Guimont)
    Alleluia: Advent Gospel Acclamation (arr. by Paul French, tune of Venez Divin Messie)
    Offertory: In the Bleak Midwinter/Gloria (arr. Getty - combines Holst tune with a theme from Dvorak's New World Symphony)
    Sanctus: Mass of Renewal (Stephan)
    Mystery of Faith: Save Us, Savior from Mass of Renewal (Stephan)
    Amen: Mass of Renewal (Stephan)
    Agnus Dei: Holy Cross Mass (Isele)
    Communion 1: O Little Town of Bethlehem (St. Louis tune)
    Communion 2: Bread of Life (Bernadette Farrell, Advent/Christmas verses)
    Communion 3: Night of Silence/Silent Night
    Recessional: Go Tell It on the Mountain
    Thanked by 1CHGiffen
  • [I will be a good boy and only share a thing in one place, excited tho I be about it...]
  • davido December 26
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    Love Torches. Have only done it with kids, would love to do the full SATB version.
    Where does one find the Willan Silent Night?/blockquote>

    Willan's "Silent Night" can be found in the New Saint Basil Hymnal which was published circa 1958. The ATB parts all move in just the right ways to create charm and a lullaby like lilt.
  • tomjaw
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    We have reached the end of our string of daily sung Masses, we have a day off before Midnight Mass to welcome in New year, our usual Sunday Mass at 11am, and we are also singing on Monday!

    Feast of St. John E.F. 12.15pm Mass E.F.
    INT. In medio (Sung in full from the G.R.)
    KY. Mass IV
    GLO. Mass IV
    GRD. Exiit sermo (Sung in full from the G.R.)
    ALL. Hic est discipulis (Sung in full from the G.R.)
    CRD. Credo I
    OFF. Justus et Palma (Sung in full from the G.R.)
    Off motet. Hymn, Amore Christi nobilis
    SAN. Mass IV
    BEN. Mass IV
    AGN. Mass IV
    COM. Exiit sermo (Sung in full from the G.R.)
    Com motet. Hymn, Exsultet caelum laudibus (Christmas melody)
    Marian Anthem. Alma Redemptoris, Solemn tone

    Feast of the Holy Innocents 12.15pm Mass, EF
    INT. Ex ore infantium (Sung in full from the G.R.)
    KY. Mass IV
    GRD. Anima nostra (Psalm toned)
    TRACT. Effuderunt (Sung in full from the G.R.)
    CRD. Credo I
    OFF. Anima nostra (Sung in full from the G.R.)
    Off motet. Hymn Audit tyrannus anxius (Christmas melody)
    SAN. Mass IV
    BEN. Mass IV
    AGN. Mass IV
    COM. Vox in Rama (Sung in full from the G.R.)
    COM. Motet. Salvete flores martyrum
    Marian Anthem. Alma Redemptoris, Simple tone

    12noon Solemn High Mass, with 3 clergy in choir. All diocesan! St. Thomas of Canterbury is the Patron of the secular Clergy in England, so they always meet and celebrate today.

    INT. Gaudeamus (Sung in full from the G.R.)
    KY. Missa O quam gloriosum, Victoria
    GLO. Missa O quam gloriosum, Victoria
    GRD. Ecce Sacerdos (Sung in full from the G.R.)
    ALL. Ego Sum Pastor bonus (Sung in full from the G.R.)
    CRD. Missa O quam gloriosum, Victoria
    OFF. Posuisti Domine (Sung in full from the G.R.)
    Off motet. O quam gloriosum, Victoria
    SAN. Missa O quam gloriosum, Victoria
    BEN. Missa O quam gloriosum, Victoria
    AGN. Missa O quam gloriosum, Victoria
    COM. Ego Sum Pastor Bonus (Sung in full from the G.R.)
    Com motet. Ave Verum, Byrd
    Marian Anthem. Alma Redemptoris, Palestrina.

    A special thanks for CPDL for providing editions of all our polyphonic settings.
  • St. John's Goshen, IN

    Pre-Mass Caroling:
    Of the Father's Love Begotten
    O Little Town of Bethlehem
    Maria Walks Amid the Thorns (Maria durch ein dornwald ging; my own arrangement and cobbled translation)
    Infant Holy, Infant Lowly
    While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks (Handel)
    Once in Royal David's City
    A Day of Joy and Feasting (trad. English Carol)
    Away in a Manger
    Gaudete, Christus est Natus (my arrangement, available here: https://psallitedomino.com/store-1/p/gaudete-christus-est-natus-arrjjr)
    Bring a Torch, Jeannette, Isabella
    Ding-Dong Merrily on High (arr. by me which starts with a fughetta!)

    As the midnight bells began to toll:
    Choral Fanfare for Christ the King by H. Hamilton Smith

    Midnight Mass: (hymns the same at others; with only and psalm changing to match the lectionary; and substituting another hymn for 'silent night' at morning mass)

    Adest Fideles (latin first verse, arr. Willcocks)
    Dominus Dixit Ad Me (Seville, 15th cen. see here: https://psallitedomino.com/blog/manuscript-fun-pt-2-free-score-dominus-dixit-ad-me)
    Missa Tribus Vocibus by Christoph Dalitz
    Psalm & Alleluia by me
    Credo III (english transcription: https://psallitedomino.com/blog/singing-the-creed)
    OFF: Angels We Have Heard on High
    Pater Noster *(original roman tone but in english; see the bottom of the Credo III link)
    COM: antiphon in English (Palmer/Burgess) followed by Latin original
    Hark the Herald Angels Sing (Willcocks descant)
    Silent Night with this as introduction: https://psallitedomino.com/store-1/p/a-westminster-nacht
    Joy to the World with my Fanfare Introduction: https://psallitedomino.com/store-1/p/fanfare-introduction-to-joy-to-the-world-antioch
    and Vierne Finale to end, with Antioch woven into the pedal at the beginning and the recapitulation (this works really well!!)
    Thanked by 2tomjaw CHGiffen
  • Christmas Eve and Christmas Day Masses:

    Processional: O Come, All Ye Faithful
    Gloria: Heritage Mass, O. Alstott
    Psalm: All the ends of the earth…, B. Hurd
    Alleluia: Jubilation Mass, J. Chepponis
    Prep: Angels We Have Heard on High
    Holy, Mystery, Amen, Lamb of God: Heritage Mass, O. Alstott
    Communion: Silent Night & Infant Holy, Infant Lowly
    Recessional: Joy to the World

    I served as cantor at the early morning Christmas Day Mass. We did Goss’ “See Amid the Winter’s Snow” as a prelude. Many people asked me where we found that hymn and asked us to use it more during the Christmas season. Noted for next year. Hurd’s Psalm 98 wasn’t my pick, but it was done tastefully. We used to do the Haugen/Haas one but ceased for obvious reasons.

    Didn’t attend Midnight Mass this year. The music usually differs a bit due to the choir, but I’m assuming the lineup was nearly identical.
    Thanked by 1CHGiffen
  • redsox1
    Posts: 209
    Mass during the Night

    Prelude:

    Es ist ein Ros-Brahms (brass)
    Lo, How a Rose- Praetorius
    The Angel Gabriel- Lovelace
    God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen- Willcocks
    Wexford Carol- arr. Sittard (soprano solo)
    Ave Maria- Rheinberger
    In Dulci Jubilo- Dupre (organ)
    O Holy Night- Adam (soprano solo)
    I’m the Bleak Midwinter- Darke

    Christmas Proclamation

    Procession to Crèche: Silent Night

    Processional: O Come All Ye Faithful- Willcocks (with fanfare)
    Entrance Antiphon- Bartlett

    Kyrie- Mass VIII

    Gloria- Andrews

    Psalm- Today Is Born Our Savior- Brubaker

    Gospel Acc.: Festival Alleluia- Chepponis

    Offertory Antiphon- Bartlett
    Joy to the World- arr. Rutter

    Mass for the City-Proulx

    Agnus Dei- Mass VIII

    Communion Antiphon- Bartlett
    Of the Father’s Love Begotten
    Christmas Lullaby- Rutter

    Recessional: Hark! The Herald Angels Sing- arr. Willcocks (with fanfare)

    Postlude: In Dulci Jubilo- Bach

    ALL dialogues and orations sung, Eucharistic Prayer I chanted






  • I’m the Bleak Midwinter

    I've been told that once or twice before.