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Spring, 2007 program

 

Sunday, April 22nd at Walnut Creek Mennonite Church, Walnut Creek, Ohio

Sunday, April 29th at Trinity United Church of Christ, Wadsworth, Ohio

 

 

Prelude

 

Suite Antique: Prelude and Ostinato – John Rutter (b. 1945)

Flute – Shannon Brenneman,  Piano – Kenneth Shafer

  

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For the Beauty of the Earth – John Rutter

Flute – Shannon Brenneman

 

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Sing, my tongue, the song – Sarum plainsong

 No nobis Domine – William Byrd (1540-1623)

 How shallow former shadows – Thomas Tallis (1505-1585)

 Open are the gifts of God – Orlando Gibbons(1583-1625)

 Sing we triumphant – 15th century English melody (Deo Gratias)

  

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Now is the month of Maying – Thomas Morley (1558-1602)

The silver swan – Orlando Gibbons

Sing we and chant it – Thomas Morley

  

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Rejoice in the Lord alway! (The Bell Anthem) – Henry Purcell (1659-1696)

Soloists – Julia Dunster, Lowell Frantz and Joseph Trolian

 

Alleluia – William Boyce (1710-1779

Flute – Shannon Brenneman,  Piano – Kenneth Shafer

  

 Offertory

 

 Suite Antique: Aria and Chanson – John Rutter

 Flute – Shannon Brenneman

  

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Beati quorua via – Charles Villars Stanford (1852-1924)

  

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Serenade to Music – Ralph Vaughan Williams (1872-1958)

Guest conductor – Jeff Araluce

Soloists – Julie Brenneman, Andrea Gerber, Stephen Leslie, Glen Smucker,

Lois Smucker, Carolyn Stockert and Scott Surovec

  

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 O clap your hands – Ralph Vaughan William

All people that on earth due dwell (Old Hundredth) -- Vaughan Williams

Trumpets: Paula Vasichko, Kenneth Holzworth and Adam Shaw

Guest organist – Stephen Leslie