from the 10th to the 20th Century, by the Westbourne Church Choir.
Conductor, Mr. A. M. Henderson (Organist to the University of Glasgow), who will also speak on the History and Character of the Music of this period.
10th Century Group
"All People That on Earth Do Dwell".
Old English Carol.
"Jesu, Thou the Virgin-Born".
Palestrini (1515 1594)
"O Bone Jesu".
"Kyrie Eleison" (in 8 parts).
Walford Davies (1809).
"God be in My Head".
Tertius Noble (1867).
"Fierce Was the Wild Billow" (in 8 parts).
Examples of Russian Church Music
"Hear, Lord our God, Have Mercy" (in 8 parts).
(From the Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom)
"Lord, I Cry Unto Thee" (in 8 parts).
"We Do Worship and Praise Thee" (in 8 parts).
"The Lord's Prayer" (in 12 parts).
"O Blest are They" (in 8 parts).
The words from the Kontakion of the Greek Liturgy for the Faithful Departed.
The Westbourne Church
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