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Trinitytide 2010

Sunday, 30 May, 2010
TRINITY SUNDAY
10.30am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Benedicta sit
Mass for three voices – Byrd
Hymn to the Trinity – Tchaikovsky

Holy, Holy, Holy – Nicaea
Father of heaven, whose love profound – Rivaulx
Father most holy, merciful and loving – Christe sanctorum
Most ancient of all mysteries – St Flavian
Bright the vision that delighted – Laus Deo

J.S. Bach : 1st movt of Trio Sonata No 1 in E flat, BWV 525
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Sunday, 6 June, 2010
CORPUS CHRISTI
10.30am High Mass:
(The Rector)The Mass:

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Proc :
Cibavit eos
Mass for four voices – Byrd
Ave verum – Byrd

Hosanna in the highest – Hosanna in excelsis
My God, and is thy table spread – Rockingham
Lord, enthroned in heavenly splendour – St Helen
O Thou, who at thy Eucharist didst pray – Song 1
Alleluia! sing to Jesus! – Hyfrydol

The Procession :
At Benediction :

O Salutaris : Hereford
Tantum ergo: Tantum Ergo

Vierne : Finale, from 1. Symphonie pour Orgue, Op 14
 

7.00pm Festal Evensong In Commemoration of the Centenary of the Union of South Africa
Sung by the combined choirs of St Michael’s and St Paul’s, Rondebosch
 

Preces :
Service :
Anthem :

Psalm :
Office hymn :
Hymn :
Smith of Durham
C.V. Stanford in C
Non nobis, Domine – Quilter

150 (C.V. Stanford)
Lord of lords and King eternal – Regent Square
I vow to thee, my country, all earthly things above – Thaxted

Elgar : Allegro maestoso, from Sonata in G major, Op 28
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Sunday, 13 June, 2010
Trinity II
10.30am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Congregational setting : Wilson in D
 

Int :
Grad :
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Com :
Rec :
Ye servants of the Lord – Narenza
My God, and is thy table spread – Rockingham
O Thou, who at thy Eucharist didst pray – Song 1
Lead us, heavenly Father, lead us – Mannheim
Praise the Lord! ye heavens, adore him – Austria

Dubois : Marcietta
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Sunday, 20 June, 2010
Trinity III
10.30am High Mass:
(The Rector)
 

Propers :
Service :
Anthem :

Int :
Grad :
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Com :

Rec :
Respice in me
Missa Simile est regnum – Victoria
Oculi omnium – Schütz

Jesus, where’er thy people meet – Wareham
Who would true valour see – Monk’s Gate
O Jesus, I have promised – Wolvercote
Blest are the pure in heart – Franconia
Aria, from Pastorelle in F major, BWV 590 – J.S. Bach
Oft in danger, oft in woe – University College

Handel : Minuet and Trio, from The Music for The Royal Fireworks  
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Sunday, 27 June, 2010
Trinity IV
10.30am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Congregational setting : Wilson in D
 

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :

Rec :
O God of Bethel, by whose hand – Martyrdom
Lead us, heavenly Father, lead us – Mannheim
O worship the King, all glorious above – Hanover
Dearest Jesu, we are here – Liebster Jesu
Chorale Preludes, Liebster Jesu, wir sind hier – J.S. Bach
Songs of praise the angels sang – Northampton

J.S. Bach : Variations on Sei gegrüsset, Jesu gütig
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Sunday, 4 July, 2010
Trinity V
10.30am High Mass:
(The Rector)
 

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :

Rec :
Exaudi, Domine
The Mass of the Quiet Hour – Oldroyd
Ave Verum – Elgar

This is the day the Lord hath made – Bishopthorpe
God of mercy, God of grace – Heathlands
Lord, enthroned in heavenly splendour – St Helen
How glorious is the life above – Brockham
Adagio, from Sonata da Chiesa pour Trompette et Orgue – Reichel
All hail the power of Jesus’ name – Miles Lane

Reichel – Maestoso, from Sonata da Chiesa pour Trompette et Orgue
(Solo trumpet: Merlin McDonald)

7.00pm Solemn Evensong:
 

Preces :
Service:
Anthem :

Psalm
Off Hymn :
Hymn :
Ayleward
Claudio Casciolini Fauxbourdons
Ave verum – Elgar

26
Holy Father, cheer our way – Vesper
Through the night of doubt and sorrow – St Oswald

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Sunday, 11 July, 2010
Trinity VI
10.30am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Congregational setting : Wilson in D
 

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :

Rec :
All people that on earth do dwell – Old 100th
Ye that know the Lord is gracious – Hyfrydol
Love divine, all loves excelling – Love Divine
Faithful Shepherd, feed me – Pastor pastorum
Ballade en Mode Phrygien
 – Alain
Fling out the banner! let it float – Duke Street

Buxtehude : Präludium in g-Moll BuxWV 150
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Sunday, 18 July, 2010
Trinity VII
10.30am High Mass:
(The Rector)
 

Propers :
Service :
Anthem :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :

Rec :
Omnes gentes
Messa a 4 voci da capella (1641) – Monteverdi
Oculi omnium – Wood

Ye servants of God, your Master proclaim – Paderborn
Just as I am, without one plea – Misericordia
Souls of men! why will ye scatter – Gott will’s machen
Largo, from The Four Seasons (Winter) – Vivaldi (trans. Webb)
Lord Jesus, think on me – St Paul’s
Sing praise to God who reigns above – Luther

Scarlatti : The Cat’s Fugue
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Sunday, 25 July, 2010
THE FEAST OF ST JAMES, APOSTLE AND MARTYR
10.30am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Congregational setting : Wilson in D
 

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Let all on earth their voices raise – Grenoble
For all thy saints, a noble throng – St James
Disposer supreme, and Judge of the earth – Hanover
Let saints on earth in concert sing – Dundee
Captains of the saintly band – University College

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Sunday. 1 August, 2010
THE FEAST OF ST PETER’S CHAINS
10.30am High Mass:
(The Lord Bishop of St Helena)
 

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Nunc scio
Missa Aeterna Christi munera – Palestrina
Holy is the true light – Harris

The eternal gifts of Christ the King – Church Triumphant
Thou art the Christ, O Lord – Love Unknown
For all the saints – Sine Nomine
Forsaken once, and thrice denied – Misericordia
Palms of glory, raiment bright – Palms of glory

S.S. Wesley : Choral Song and Fugue

7.00pm Solemn Evensong & Benediction
 

Preces:
Service:
Anthem:

Psalm :
Off Hymn:
Hymn:

O Salutaris:
Tantum ergo:
Ayleward
Evening Service in G – Howells
Give us the wings of faith – Bullock

3 (Chant : Gauntlett)
The eternal gifts of Christ the King – Church Triumphant
Thou art the Christ, O Lord – Love Unknown

Hereford
Regent Square

Howells : Rhapsody in C sharp minor, Op 17 No 3
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Sunday, 8 August, 2010
Trinity X
10.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr George van Schalkwyk)

Congregational setting : Wilson in D
 

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Jesus, where’er thy people meet – Wareham
We love the place, O God – Quam dilecta
Jerusalem on high – Christchurch
And now, O Father, mindful of the love – Unde et memores
Father, hear the prayer we offer – Sussex

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Sunday, 15 August, 2010
THE ASSUMPTION OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY
10.30am High Mass:
(Celebrant: The Rector; Preacher: The Rev Fr Frank England)
 

Propers :
Service :

Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Signum magnum
Messe in B dur D.324 – Franz Schubert
(Magdalene Minnaar, Viulina Anguelov, Willem Bester, Njabulo Mthimkulu)
Ave Maria – Rachmaninov

Her Virgin eyes saw God incarnate born – Farley Castle
The God whom earth and sea and sky – St Ambrose
O What their joy and their glory must be – O quanta qualia
Virgin born, we bow before thee – Genevan Psalm lxxxvi
Soldiers, who are Christ’s below – Orientis partibus

J.S. Bach : Prelude in E flat major, BWV 552
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Sunday, 22 August, 2010
Trinity XII
10.30am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Congregational setting: Wilson in D
 

Int :
Grad :
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Com :
Rec :
Conquering kings their titles take – Innocents
O for a thousand tongues to sing – Somervell
We hail thy Presence glorious – Offertorium
O happy band of pilgrims – Kocher
Now thank we all our God – Nun danket

Karg-Elert : Chorale-Improvisation, Nun danket (Marche Triomphale)__________________________________________________________________________

Sunday, 29 August, 2010
Trinity XIII
10.30am High Mass:
(The Rector)
 

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Respice, domine
Missa l’Hora passa – Viadana
O bone Jesu – Palestrina

Ye servants of the Lord – Narenza
Love divine, all loves excelling – Love Divine
O Worship the King all glorious above – Hanover
Hark, my soul! it is the Lord – St Bees
Hosanna in the highest – Hosanna in excelsis

Handel (arr Dupre) : Allegretto, from Organ Concerto No 1 in G minor
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Sunday, 5 September, 2010
Trinity XIV
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Congregational setting : Wilson in D

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :

Rec :
Come, gracious Spirit, heavenly Dove – Hawkhurst
Sing praise to God who reigns above – Sei Lob und Ehr’
Dear Lord and Father of mankind – Repton
Faithful Shepherd, feed me – Pastor pastorum
Bist du bei mir – J.S. Bach (arr Preston)
Immortal, invisible, God only wise – St Denio

Johnson : Trumpet Tune (Homage to the 18th century)
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Sunday, 12 September, 2010
Trinity XV
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rector)
 

Propers :
Service :
Anthem :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Inclina, Domine
Ireland in C
Ave verum – Saint-Saëns

The Church of God a kingdom is – University
All things bright and beautiful – All things bright and beautiful
For the beauty of he earth – Dix
I heard the voice of Jesus say – Kingsfold
City of God, how broad and far – Richmond

Franck : Prière Op 20
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Sunday, 19 September, 2010
Trinity XVI
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Congregational setting : Wilson in D

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
The Church’s one foundation – Aurelia
Just as I am, without one plea – Misericordia
Alleluia! sing to Jesus! – Hyfrydol
Jesu, gentlest Saviour – Eucharisticus
Soldiers of Christ, arise – St Ethelwald

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Sunday, 26 September, 2010
Trinity XVII
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Justus es, Domine
Mass for three voices
 – Byrd
Adoramus te, Christe – Clemens non Papa

New every morning is the love – Melcombe
Thou, whose almighty word – Moscow
O worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness! – Was lebet
Let all mortal flesh keep silence – French Carol
Forth in thy name, O Lord, I go – Song 34

Vivaldi (trans. J.S. Bach) : 1st movt, from Concerto in A minor __________________________________________________________________________

Wednesday, 29 September, 2010
THE FEAST OF ST MICHAEL AND ALL ANGELS
7.00pm High Mass:
(The Rector)

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Benedicite Dominum
Messe fis-Moll Op 36 – Widor
Locus iste – Bruckner

Christ, the fair glory of the holy angels – Christe sanctorum
Praise to God who reigns above – Xavier
Stars of the morning, so gloriously bright – Trisagion
In our day of thanksgiving one psalm let us offer – St Catherine’s Court
Bright the vision that delighted – Laus Deo

Widor :Toccata, from 5th Organ Symphony

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Sunday, 3 October, 2010
SUNDAY IN THE OCTAVE OF MICHAELMAS
10.30am High Mass:
(Celebrant: The Rector; Preacher: The Rev James Patrick)

Propers :
Service :

Motet

Int :
Grad:
Off:
Com:
Rec:
Benedicite Dominum
Missa Brevis in C, KV 317 (“Krönungs-messe”) – W.A. Mozart
(Sibongile Mngoma, Viulina Anguelov, Andre Serfontein, Barend van der Westhuizen)
Factum est silentium – Dering

Blessed city, heavenly Salem – Westminster Abbey
All praise be to God – Hanover
Angel-voices ever singing – Angel voices
Not a thought of earthly things! – Feniton
Ye holy angels bright – Darwall’s 148th

Jongen : Sonata Eroïca Op 94

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Sunday, 10 October, 2010
Trinity XIX
10.00am High Mass
(The Rector)

Congregational setting : Wilson in D

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Lead us, heavenly Father, lead us – Mannheim
Lord Jesus, think on me – St Paul’s
We pray thee, heavenly Father – Dies Dominica
O my Saviour, lifted – North Coates
Thou art the Way, by thee alone – St James

J.S. Bach : Prelude in D minor

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Sunday, 17 October, 2010
Trinity XX
10.00am High Mass
(The Rector)

Carvalho : Allegro

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Omnia quae fecisti
Missa Simile est Regnum Coelorum – Victoria
Jesu, dulcis memoria – Victoria

Through all the changing scenes of life – Wiltshire
King of glory, King of peace – Gwalchmai
My God, how wonderful thou art – Westminster
My God, and is thy table spread – Rockingham
Ye servants of the Lord – Narenza

Lidon : Sonata de Primo Tono

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Sunday, 24 October, 2010
Trinity XXI
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Congregational setting : Wilson in D

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
O For a closer walk with God – Caithness
Soldiers of Christ, arise – St Ethelwald
Alleluia! sing to Jesus! – Hyfrydol
Blest are the pure in heart – Franconia
Praise to the Lord, the Almighty – Praxis pietatis

Elgar (arr Hesford) : Pomp and Circumstance March No 4 in G

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Sunday, 31 October, 2010
Trinity XXII
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Si iniquitates
Missa L’Hora passa – Viadana
Ave verum – Elgar

Praise, my soul, the King of heaven – Praise, my soul
God of mercy, God of grace – Heathlands
All creatures of our God and King – Easter Song
How glorious is the life above – Brockham
There is a land of pure delight – Beulah

Purcell (arr Morris) : Rondeau, from ‘Abdelazer
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Tuesday, 2 November, 2010
The Commemoration of All Souls
7.00pm High Mass of Requiem
(The Rector)

Propers :
Service :
Motet :


Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Requiem aeternam
Requiem in D minor, Op 194 – Rheinberger
Thou knowest, Lord – Purcell
The Solemn Absolutions of the Dead

Let saints on earth in concert sing – Dundee
They whose course on earth is o’er – Vienna
Wherefore, O Father, we thy humble servants – Christe fons jugis
Immortal, invisible, God only wise – St Denio

Rheinberger : Allegro non troppo, from Sonata No 7 in F minor, Op 127
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Sunday, 7 November, 2010
Trinity XXIII
in the Octave of All Saints
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Gaudeamus
Missa O quam gloriosum est regnum – Victoria
Give us the wings of faith – Bullock

Who are these like stars appearing – All Saints
Give us the wings of faith to rise – Beulah
For all the saints who from their labours rest – Sine nomine
O heavenly Jerusalem – St Alphege
Soldiers, who are Christ’s below – Orientis partibus

Campbell : Gaudeamus

7.00pm Solemn Evensong and Benediction:

Preces :
Service :
Anthem :

Psalm :
Off hymn :
Hymn :O Salutaris :
Tantum ergo :
Ayleward
Noble in B minor
Holy is the true light – Harris

132 (Chants : Wickes, Massey)
Who are these like stars appearing – All Saints
O heavenly Jerusalem – St Alphege

Hereford
Tantum ergo

Johnson : Trumpet tune (Homage to the 18th century)
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Sunday, 14 November, 2010
Trinity XXIV
(Remembrance Sunday)
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Congregational setting : Wilson in D

Int :
Grad
Off :
Com :
Rec :
O God, our help in ages past – St Anne
Immortal love for ever full – Bishopthorpe
O Jesus, I have promised – Wolvercote
O God, unseen yet ever near – St Flavian
I vow to thee, my country – Thaxted

Elgar (arr Harris) : Variation 9 (“Nimrod”) of the ‘Enigma Variations’, Op 36
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Sunday, 21 November, 2010
THE FEAST OF CHRIST THE KING
10.30am High Mass:
(Celebrant : The Rector; Preacher: Canon Courtenay Sampson)

Propers :
Service :

Anthem :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
In throno excelso
Missa Brevis in C K.259 (Orgelsolo-messe) – Mozart
(Magdalene Minnaar, Viulina Anguelov, Willem Bester, Conroy Scott)
O Thou, the central orb – Wood

Come, let us join our cheerful songs – Nativity
King of glory, King of peace – Gwalchmai
Hail to the Lord’s Anointed – Crüger
Let all mortal flesh keep silence – French Carol
Crown him with many crowns – Diademata

J.S. Bach : Prelude in E flat major, BWV 552
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Trinitytide 2009

Sunday, 7 June, 2009
TRINITY SUNDAY
10.30am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Benedicta sit
Mass for three voices – Byrd
Hymn to the Trinity – Tchaikovsky

Holy, Holy, Holy! Lord God Almighty! – Nicaea
Most ancient of all mysteries – St Flavian
Father most holy, merciful and loving – Christe sanctorum
Three in One, and One in Three – Cape Town
Bright the vision that delighted – Laus Deo

7.00pm Solemn Evensong and Benediction:

Stanford : Prelude, On a Theme of Orlando Gibbons (Set 2 No II)
 

Preces :
Service :
Anthem :

Psalm :
Off Hymn :
Hymn :

O Salutaris :
Tantum ergo
Smith of Durham
Stanford in G
I saw the Lord – Stainer

115 (Chant : Knight)
Father most holy, merciful and loving – Christe sanctorum
I bind unto myself today – St Patrick’s Breastplate

Hereford
Tantum ergo

Stanford : Postlude in G, First Set No V
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Sunday, 14 June, 2009
CORPUS CHRISTI
10.30am High Mass:
(The Rector)

The Mass:
 

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Proc:
Cibavit eos
Missa Aeterna Christi munera – Palestrina
Ave verum – Byrd

Hosanna in the highest – Hosanna in excelsis
My God, and is thy table spread – Rockingham
Lord, enthroned in heavenly splendour – St Helen
O Thou, who at thy Eucharist didst pray – Song 1
Alleluia! sing to Jesus! – Hyfrydol

The Procession :
At Benediction :

O Salutaris : St Vincent
Tantum ergo: Tantum Ergo

Boëllmann : Menuet gothique, from “Suite Gothique
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Sunday, 21 June, 2009
Trinity II
10.30am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Setting : Wilson in D
 

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
New every morning is the love – Melcombe
My God, and is thy table spread – Rockingham
Deck thyself, my soul, with gladness – Schmücke dich
O God, unseen yet ever near – St Flavian
Praise the Lord! ye heavens, adore him – Austria

Karg-Elert : Chorale-Improvisation, O Ewigkeit, du Donnerwort
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Sunday, 28 June, 2009
Trinity III
10.30am High Mass:
(Fr David Cherry)
 

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :

Rec :
Respice in me
Messa á 4 voci (1641) – Monteverdi
Oculi omnium – Schütz

Jesus, where’er thy people meet – Wareham
Blest are the poor in heart – Franconia
O Jesus, I have promised – Wolvercote
Largo, from Concerto in D for Lute RV93 – Vivaldi (Arr Webb)
Glory be to Jesus – Caswall
Oft in danger, oft in woe – University College

J.S. Bach (after Vivaldi) : Finale, from Concerto No 4 in D minor BWV 596

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Sunday, 5 July, 2009
Trinity IV
10.30am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Congregational Setting : Wilson in D

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :


Rec :
O God of Bethel, by whose hand – Martyrdom
O happy band of pilgrims – Trisagion
O worship the King all glorious above – Hanover
Chorale Prelude, Liebster Jesu, wir sind hier – J.S. Bach
Dearest Jesu, we are here – Liebster Jesu
Chorale Prelude, Liebster Jesu, wir sind hier – J.S. Bach
Lord, her watch thy Church is keeping – Everton

J.S. Bach : Variations on Sei gegrüsset, Jesu gütig

7.00pm Solemn Evensong and Benediction
(The Rector)

Preces :
Service :
Anthem :

Psalm :
Office hymn:
Hymn :

O Salutaris :
Tantum ergo :
Smith of Durham
Walmisley in D minor
The Lord hath been mindful of us – S.S. Wesley

23 (Chant : Turle)
God, that madest earth and heaven – All through the night
Thine for ever! God of love – Newington

Hereford
Tantum ergo

Improvised Postlude
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Sunday, 12 July, 2009
Trinity V
10.30am High Mass:
(The Rector)
 

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Exaudi, Domine
Missa L’Hora passa – Viadana
O bone Jesu – Palestrina

Praise to the Lord, the Almighty – Praxis pietatis
God of mercy, God of grace – Heathlands
Lord, enthroned in heavenly splendour – St Helen
How glorious is the life above – Brockham
Eternal Father, strong to save – Melita

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Sunday, 19 July, 2009
Trinity VI
10.30am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Congregational setting : Wilson in D
 

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
O God, our help in ages past – St Anne
Ye that know the Lord is gracious – Hyfrydol
Love divine, all loves excelling – Love divine
Faithful Shepherd, feed me – Pastor pastorum
May the grace of Christ our Saviour – Waltham

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Sunday, 26 July, 2009
Trinity VII
10.30am High Mass:
(The Rector)
 

Propers :
Service :
Anthem :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :

Rec :
Omnes gentes
Messe in E, Op 192 – Rheinberger
Thou wilt keep him – S.S. Wesley

All people that on earth do dwell – Old 100th
Just as I am, without one plea – Misericordia
Praise to the Holiest in the height – Gerontius
Lord Jesus, think on me – St James
Intermezzo, from Sonata No 6 in E-flat – Rheinberger
Let us, with a gladsome mind – Monkland

Rheinberger: Allegro non troppo, from Sonata No 7 in F minor
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Sunday, 2 August, 2009
Trinity VIII
10.30am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Congregational setting : Wilson in D
 

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Holy, Holy, Holy! Lord God Almighty! – Nicaea
Father of heaven, whose love profound – Rivaulx
Crown him with many crowns – Diademata
Dear Lord and Father of mankind – Repton
Fling out the banner! let it float – Duke Street

Reger : Introduction and Passacaglia in D minor

7.00pm Solemn Evensong and Benediction
 

Preces :
Service :
Anthem :

Psalm :
Office hymn:
Hymn :
Byrd
Purcell in G minor
Thy word is a lantern
 – Purcell

43
The duteous day now closeth – Innsbruck
My God, how wonderful thou art – Westminster

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Sunday, 9 August, 2009
Trinity IX
10.30am High Mass:
(The Rector)
 

Propers:
Service:
Motet:

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Ecce Deus
Darke in F
Oculi omnium – Wood

O Holy Ghost, thy people bless – St Timothy
Guide me, O thou great Redeemer – Cwm Rhondda
Come, ye faithful, raise the anthem – Unser Herrscher
Let all mortal flesh keep silence – French Carol
Now thank we all our God – Nun danket

Karg-Elert : Chorale-Improvisation, Nun danket (Marche triomphale)
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Sunday, 16 August, 2009
THE ASSUMPTION OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY
10.30am High Mass:
(The Rector)
 

Propers :
Service :

Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Signum magnum
Missa i.h. Beatissimae Virginis Mariae (Grosse Orgelmesse) H XXII 4 – Joseph Haydn
(Beverley Chiat, Violina Anguelov, Willem Bester, Njabulo Mthimkulu; Grant Brasler – Organ)
Ave Maria – Rachmaninov

Her Virgin eyes saw God incarnate born – Farley Castle
The God whom earth and sea and sky – St Ambrose
Ye who own the faith of Jesus – Daily, daily
Virgin born, we bow before thee – Genevan Psalm lxxxvi
Soldiers, who are Christ’s below – Orientibus partibus

Alain : Litanies
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Sunday, 30 August, 2009
Trinity XII
10.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr George van Schalkwyk)
 

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int:
Grad:
Off:
Com:
Rec:
Deus in adjutorium
Missa Simile est regnum – Victoria
Jesu, dulcis memoria – Victoria

Conquering kings their titles take – Innocents
O for a thousand tongues to sing – Somervell
Angel-voices ever singing – Angel voices
O happy band of pilgrims – Kocher
King of glory, King of peace – Gwalchmai

S.S. Wesley : Choral Song and Fugue

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Sunday, 6 September, 2009
Trinity XIII
10.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr George van Schalkwyk)

Congregational setting : Wilson in D
 

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Ye servants of God, your Master proclaim – Paderborn
Love divine, all loves excelling – Love Divine
Son of God, eternal Saviour – Everton
O God, unseen yet ever near – St Flavian
There is a land of pure delight – Beulah

7.00 pm Solemn Evensong and Benediction
 

Preces :
Service :
Anthem :

Psalm :
Office hymn :
Hymn :
Byrd
Claudio Casciolini Fauxbourdons
Prevent us, O Lord – Byrd

67
Glory to thee, my God, this night – Canon
Sun of my soul, thou Saviour dear – Abends

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Sunday, 13 September, 2009
Trinity XIV
10.30am High Mass:
(The Rector)
 

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Protector noster
Sumsion in F
Ave verum – Elgar

Come, gracious Spirit, heavenly Dove – Hawkhurst
O thou who camest from above – Hereford
O worship the King all glorious above – Hanover
Thee we adore, O hidden Saviour, thee – Adoro te devote
Immortal, invisible, God only wise – St Denio

Sumsion : Procession
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Sunday, 20 September, 2009
Trinity XV
10.30am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Congregational setting : Wilson in D
 

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Lord of our life, and God of our salvation – Cloisters
Firmly I believe and truly – Shipston
All things bright and beautiful – All things bright
I heard the voice of Jesus say – Kingsfold
City of God, how broad and far – Richmond

Mendelssohn : Allegro maestoso e vivace, from Sonata in C minor, Op 65 No 2

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Sunday, 27 September, 2009
Trinity XVI
10.30am High Mass:
(The Rector)
 

Propers :
Service :
Anthem :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Miserere mihi
The Mass of the Quiet Hour – Oldroyd
Mine eyes for beauty pine – Howells

Awake, my soul, and with the sun – Morning Hymn
Just as I am, without one plea – Misericordia
Thy hand, O God, has guided – Thornbury
O Lord Jesus, I adore thee – St Thomas
Lord of beauty, thine the splendour – Regent Square

Ridout : Scherzo 

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Tuesday, 29 September, 2008
THE FEAST OF ST MICHAEL AND ALL ANGELS
7.00pm High Mass:
(The Rector)
 

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Benedicite Dominum
Missa Choralis – Liszt
Locus iste – Bruckner

Christ, the fair glory of the holy angels – Christe sanctorum
Praise to God who reigns above – Xavier
All praise be to God – Hanover
In our day of thanksgiving one psalm let us offer – St Catherine’s Court
Ye holy angels bright – Darwall’s 148th

Alain : Litanies
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Sunday, 4 October, 2009
Sunday in the Octave of Michaelmass
10.30am High Mass:
(The Rector)
 

Propers :
Service :

Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Benedicite Dominum
Missa in tempore belli (“Paukenmesse”) H XXII 9 – Joseph Haydn
(Beverley Chiat, Violina Anguelov, Willem Bester, Barend van der Westhuizen)
Factum est silentium – Dering

Stars of the morning, so gloriously bright – Trisagion
Christ, the fair glory of the holy angels – Christe sanctorum
Angel-voices ever singing – Angel voices
Let all mortal flesh keep silence – French Carol
Bright the vision that delighted – Laus Deo

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Sunday, 11 October, 2009
Trinity XVIII
10.30am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Congregational setting : Wilson in D
 

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Be thou my guardian and my guide – Abridge
O Holy Spirit, Lord of grace – Tallis
Alleluia! sing to Jesus! – Hyfrydol
Jesu, gentlest Saviour – Eucharisticus
Sing praise to God who reigns above – Luther

Bruhns : Prelude in G major

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Sunday, 18 October, 2009
THE FEAST OF ST LUKE
10.30am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Boellmann: Introduction, from Suite Gothique
 

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Mihi autem
Missa Aeterna Christi munera – Palestrina
Holy is the true light – Harris

Spirit of Jesus, who didst move – Song 34
How beauteous are their feet – Venice
O what their joy and their glory must be – O quanta qualia
For all thy saints, O Lord – St Michael
Palms of glory, raiment bright – Palms of glory

Boellmann: Toccata, from Suite Gothique
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Sunday, 25 October, 2009
Trinity XX
10.30am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Congregational setting : Wilson in D
 

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Through all the changing scenes of life – Wiltshire
O Lord, how joyful ’tis to see – Melcombe
My God, how wonderful thou art – Westminster
O God, unseen yet ever near – St Flavian
Ye servants of the Lord – Narenza

Buxtehude : Fugue in G major
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Sunday, 1 November, 2009
THE FEAST OF ALL SAINTS
10.30am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Pasquini : Partite sopra la Aria della Folia da Espagna
 

Propers :
Service :
Anthem :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Gaudeamus
Missa O quam gloriosum est regnum – Victoria
Give us the wings of faith – Bullock

Who are these like stars appearing – All Saints
Give us the wings of faith to rise – Beulah
For all the saints who from their labours rest – Sine nomine
O heavenly Jerusalem – St Alphege
Soldiers, who are Christ’s below – Orientis partibus

Lidon : Sonata de Primo Tono

7.00pm Solemn Evensong & Benediction:

Preces :
Service :
Anthem :

Psalm :
Off Hymn :
Hymn :

O Salutaris :
Tantum ergo :
Byrd
Stanford in C
O, what their joy and their glory – Harris

150 (Stanford)
Who are these like stars appearing – All Saints
O heavenly Jerusalem – St AlphegeHereford
Tantum ergo

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Monday, 2 November, 2009
The Commemoration of All Souls
7.00pm High Mass of Requiem
(The Rector)
 

Propers:
Service:
Motet:


Int:
Off:
Com:
Rec:
Requiem aeternam
Mass for three voices – Byrd
Thou knowest, Lord – Purcell
The Solemn Absolutions of the Dead

Let saints on earth in concert sing – Dundee
They whose course on earth is o’er – Vienna
Wherefore, O Father, we thy humble servants – Christe, fons jugis
Immortal, invisible, God only wise – St Denio

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Sunday, 8 November, 2009
Trinity XXII
(Remembrance Sunday)
10.30am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Congregational Setting : Wilson in D
 

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
O God, out help in ages past – St Anne
Soldiers of Christ, arise – St Ethelwald
Lord, accept the alms we offer – Michael
Thy kingdom come, O God – St Cecilia
I vow to thee, my country, all earthly things above – Thaxted

Elgar (arr Harris) : Variation 9 (“Nimrod”) of the ‘Enigma Variations’, Op 36
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Sunday, 15 November, 2009
Trinity XXIII
10.30am High Mass:
(The Rector)
 

Propers :
Service :
Anthem :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Dixit Dominus
Jackson in G
Judge eternal – Marchant

Come, let us join our cheerful songs – Nativity
City of God, how broad and far – Richmond
Light’s abode, celestial Salem – Regent Square
Hail, true Body, born of Mary – Standish
He wants not friends that hath thy love – Cameronian Midnight Hymn

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Sunday, 22 November, 2009
THE FEAST OF CHRIST THE KING
10.30am High Mass:
(The Rector)
 

Propers :
Service :

Anthem :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
In throno excelso
Missa Sancti Bernardi de Offida, Hob.XXII:10 (Heiligmesse) – Haydn
(Beverley Chiat, Violina Anguelov, Nick de Jager, Barend van der Westhuizen)
And the glory of the Lord – Handel

Jesus shall reign where’er the sun – Truro
King of glory, King of peace – Gwalchmai
Hail to the Lord’s Anointed – Crüger
Let all mortal flesh keep silence – Picardy
The head that once was crowned with thorns – St Magnus

Mendelssohn : Con moto maestoso, from Sonata No 3 in A
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Trinitytide 2013

Sunday, 26 May, 2013
TRINITY SUNDAY
10.00am High Mass:
(The Ven the Rector)

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Benedicta sit
Mass for three voices – Byrd
Hymn to the Trinity – Tchaikovsky

Holy, Holy, Holy – Nicaea
Father most holy, merciful and loving – Christe sanctorum
Bright the vision that delighted – Laus Deo
Most ancient of all mysteries – St Flavian
Three in one and one in three – Capetown

Stanford : Postlude in G, First Set No V (Op 101)
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Sunday, 2 June, 2013
CORPUS CHRISTI
10.00am High Mass:
(The Ven the Rector)

The Mass:

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Proc :
Cibavit eos
Jackson in G
Ave verum – Saint-Saëns

Alleluia! sing to Jesus! – Hyfrydol
My God, and is thy table spread – Rockingham
Lord, enthroned in heavenly splendour – St Helen
Let all mortal flesh keep silence – Picardy
Hosanna in the highest – Hosanna in excelsis

At Benediction :

O Salutaris : Hereford
Tantum ergo: Regent Square

Alain : Litanies

7.00pm Solemn Evensong and Benediction

Preces :
Service :
Anthem :

Psalm :
Office hymn :
Hymn :
Tomkins
Stanford in C
Let all mortal flesh keep silence – Bairstow

32 (Chant : Jones)
The duteous day now closeth – Innsbruck
Hosanna in the highest – Hosanna in excelsis

Walton : “Crown Imperial” (Coronation March)
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Sunday, 9 June, 2013
Trinity II
10.00am High Mass:
(The Ven the Rector)

Congregational setting : Wilson in D

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Ye that know the Lord is gracious – Hyfrydol
My God, and is thy table spread – Rockingham
We hail thy presence glorious – Offertorium
Lead us, heavenly Father, lead us – Mannheim
Praise the Lord! ye heavens, adore him – Austria

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Sunday, 16 June, 2013
Trinity III
10.00am High Mass:
(The Ven the Rector)

Congregational setting : Wilson in D

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :

Rec :
O God of Bethel, by whose hand – Martyrdom
The King of love my Shepherd is – Dominus regit me
Lift up your hearts! We lift them, Lord, to thee – Woodlands
Faithful Shepherd, feed me – Pastor pastorum
Il Vecchio Castile, from “Pictures at an Exhibition” – Moussorgsky
Stand up, and bless the Lord – Carlisle

Moussorsky : Promenade, from “Pictures at an Exhibition”
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Sunday, 23 June, 2013
Trinity IV
10.00am High Mass:
(The Ven the Rector)

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Dominus illuminatio mea
Mass for four voices – Byrd
Sacerdotes Domini – Byrd

Put thou thy trust in God – St Michael
Lord, thy word abideth – Ravenshaw
At the name of Jesus – Evelyns
O most merciful! O most bountiful! – Sicily
Soldiers of Christ, arise – St Ethelwald

J.S. Bach : Final variation on Sei gegrüsset, Jesu gutig
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Sunday, 30 June, 2013
Trinity V
10.00am High Mass:
(The Ven the Rector)

Congregational setting : Wilson in D

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
New every morning is the love – Melcombe
Blest are the pure in heart – Franconia
Take my life, and let it be – Nottingham
Bread of heaven, on thee we feed – Bread of Heaven
Songs of praise the angels sang – Northampton

Brahms : Chorale Prelude, O Gott, du frommer Gott
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Sunday, 7 July, 2013
Trinity VI
10.00am High Mass:
(The Ven the Rector)

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Dominus fortitudo
Mass of the Quiet Hour – Oldroyd
Ave verum – Elgar

O God, our help in ages past – St Anne
Hark, my soul! it is the Lord – St Bees
Love divine, all loves excelling – Love Divine
O my Saviour, lifted from the earth for me – North Coates
Fling out the banner! let it float skyward – Duke Street

Stanford : Postlude in G minor, First Set No II (Op. 101)

7.00pm Solemn Evensong and Benediction

Preces :
Service :
Anthem :

Psalm :
Office hymn :
Hymn :
Ayleward
Carolus Andreas fauxbourdons
Through the day – Morley

43 (Chant : Wesley)
Glory to thee, my God, this night – Tallis’ Canon
Hills of the north, rejoice – Little Cornard

J.S. Bach : Variation I of Sei gegrüsset, Jesu gutig
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Sunday, 21 July, 2013
Trinity VIII
10.00am High Mass:
(The Ven the Rector)

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Suscepimus
Darke in A minor
My eyes for beauty pine – Howells

Praise, my soul, the King of heaven – Praise, my soul
My God, how wonderful thou art – Westminster
O Worship the King all glorious above – Hanover
Thee we adore, O hidden Saviour thee – Adoro te devote
City of God, how broad and far – Richmond

Stanley : Trumpet Tune
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Sunday, 28 July, 2013
Trinity IX
10.00am High Mass:
(The Ven the Rector)

Congregational setting : Wilson in D
 

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
O Holy Ghost, thy people bless – St Timothy
God moves in a mysterious way – London New
Come, ye faithful, raise the anthem – Unser Herrscher
Once, only once, and once for all – Albano
Now thank we all our God – Nun danket

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Sunday, 4 August, 2013
Trinity X
10.00am High Mass:
(The Ven the Rector)

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Dum clamarem
Messe basse – Faure
Christ the appletree – Scriven

Jesus, where’er thy people meet – Wareham
O thou who camest from above – Hereford
Angel-voices ever singing – Angel voices
Bread of the world in mercy broken – Genevan Psalm cxviii
Firmly I believe and truly – Shipston

Widor : Toccata, from Fifth Organ Symphony

7.00pm Solemn Evensong and Benediction

Preces :
Service :
Anthem :

Psalm :
Office hymn :
Hymn :
Reading in A sharp
Purcell in G minor
Thy word is a lantern – Purcell

54 (Chant : Nares)
The day thou gavest – St Clement
Jerusalem on high – Christchurch

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Sunday, 11 August, 2013
Trinity XI
10.00am High Mass:
(The Ven the Rector)

Congregational setting : Wilson in D

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
The Church’s one foundation – Aurelia
Lord, teach us how to pray aright – St Hugh
Crown him with many crowns – Diademata
O my Saviour, lifted – North Coates
Lord, her watch thy Church is keeping – Everton

C.S. Lang : Processional
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Sunday, 18 August, 2013
THE ASSUMPTION OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY
10.30am High Mass:
(The Ven the Rector)

Propers :
Service :

Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Signum magnum
Missa in C, K.317 (“Krönungsmesse”) – W.A. Mozart
(Beverley Chiat, Janelle Visagie, Willem Bester, Reinhardt Liebenberg)
Regina coeli, K.108 – W.A. Mozart

The God whom earth and sea and sky – St Ambrose
Her virgin eyes saw God incarnate born – Farley Castle
Sing we of the blessed Mother – Abbot’s Leigh
Virgin born, we bow before thee – Genevan Psalm lxxxvi
For Mary, Mother of our Lord – St Botolph

Vierne : Finale, from Symphony No 1 in D minor, Op 14
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Trinity XIII
10.00am High Mass:
(The Ven the Rector)

Congregational setting : Wilson in D

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Ye servants of the Lord – Narenza
Take up thy cross, the Saviour said – Breslau
Love divine, all loves excelling – Love Divine
Hark, my soul! it is the Lord – St Bees
God moves in a mysterious way – London New

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Sunday, 1 September, 2013
Trinity XIV
10.00am High Mass:
(The Ven the Rector)

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :

Rec :
Protector noster
Messa à 4 voci (1641) – Monteverdi
Cantate Domino – Pitoni

Come, gracious Spirit, heavenly Dove – Hawkhurst
O for a thousand tongues to sing – Southwell
Fill thou my life, O Lord my God – Richmond
O Lord Jesus, I adore thee – St Thomas
Adagio, from Sonata in C – Pescetti
Thine for ever! God of love – Newington

Galuppi : Andante in G

7.00pm Solemn Evensong and Benediction

Preces :
Service :
Anthem :

Psalm :
Office hymn :
Hymn :
Clucas
Sumsion in G
Hear my prayer – Mendelssohn

76 (Chant : Tucker)
Blest Creator of the light – Vienna
Oft in danger, oft in woe – University College

Mendelssohn : Andante tranquillo, from Sonata No 3 in A
__________________________________________________________________________Sunday, 8 September, 2013
THE NATIVITY OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY
10.00am High Mass:
(The Ven the Rector)

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Gaudeamus
Missa Aeterna Christi munera – Palestrina
I sat down under his shadow – Bairstow

Lo, round the throne, a glorious band – Old 100th
The God whom earth and sea and sky – St Ambrose
Shall we not love thee, Mother dear – St Agnes
Virgin born, we bow before thee – Genevan Psalm lxxxvi
Of the Father’s love begotten – Divinum mysterium

Mathias : Processional
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Sunday, 15 September, 2013
Trinity XVI
10.00am High Mass:
(The Ven the Rector)

Congregational setting : Wilson in D

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
The Church of God a kingdom is – University
Father, hear the prayer we offer – Sussex
Lord, accept the alms we offer – Gott des Himmels
Just as I am, without one plea – Misericordia
Eternal Father, strong to save – Melita

Walford Davies : Solemn Melody
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Sunday, 22 September, 2013
Trinity XVII
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Beverly Johnson)

Congregational setting : Wilson in D

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Awake, my soul, and with the sun – Morning Hymn
Blest are the pure in heart – Franconia
All things bright and beautiful – All things bright and beautiful
Jesu, gentlest Saviour – Eucharisticus
Ye servants of God, your Master proclaim – Paderborn

Buxtehude : Prelude in G minor
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Sunday, 29 September, 2013
THE FEAST OF ST MICHAEL AND ALL ANGELS
10.30am Pontifical High Mass:
(Celebrant : The Rt Rev Merwyn Castle)

Propers :
Service :

Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Procession :
Benedicite Dominum
Missa in tempore belli (Paukenmesse), H. XXII 9 – Haydn
(Beverley Chiat, Violina Anguelov, Willem Bester, Barend van der Westhuizen)
Factum est silentium – Dering

Christ, the fair glory of the holy angesl – Christe sanctorum
Stars of the morning, so gloriously bright – Trisagion
Angel-voices, ever singing – Angel voices
Let all mortal flesh keep silence – French Carol
Ye holy angels bright – Darwall’s 148th

Vierne : Finale, from Organ Symphony No 1, Op 14
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Sunday, 6 October, 2013
Trinity XIX
10.00am High Mass:
(The Ven the Rector)

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Salus populi
Darke in E
Jesu, the very thought of thee – Bairstow

All people that on earth do dwell – Old 100th
Thou, whose almighty word – Moscow
For the beauty of the earth – Dix
O my Saviour, lifted – North Coates
He wants not friends that hath thy love – Cameronian Midnight Hymn

Walford Davies : Solemn Melody

7.00pm Solemn Evensong and Benediction

Preces :
Service :
Anthem :

Psalm :
Office hymn :
Hymn :
Clucas
Walmisley in D minor
O come, ye servants – Tye

121 (Chant : Walford Davies)
Before the ending of the day – Te lucis
Dear Lord and Father of mankind – Repton

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Sunday, 13 October, 2013
Trinity XX
10.00am High Mass:
(The Ven the Rector)

Congregational setting : Wilson in D

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Through all the changing scenes of life – Wiltshire
My God, and is thy table spread – Rockingham
Son of God, eternal Saviour – Everton
O God, unseen yet ever near – St Flavian
Ye servants of the Lord – Narenza

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Sunday, 20 October, 2013
Trinity XXI
10.00am High Mass:
(The Ven the Rector)
(with the boys of the Chapel Choir of The Hall School, London)

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
In voluntate tua
Missa Sancti Joannis de Deo (Kleine Orgelmesse) – Haydn
Ave verum – Mozart

Let hearts awaken, now the night is ended – Christe sanctorum
Soldiers of Christ, arise – St Ethelwald
Alleluia! sing to Jesus! – Hyfrydol
Blest are the pure in heart – Franconia
Let us, with a gladsome mind – Monkland

Rinck : Postlude in G minor
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Sunday, 27 October, 2013
Trinity XXII
10.00am High Mass:
(The Ven the Rector)

Congregational setting : Wilson in D
 

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
The Church of God a kingdom is – University
God of mercy, God of grace – Heathlands
Glorious things of thee are spoken – Abbot’s Leigh
How glorious is the life above – Brockham
There is a land of pure delight – Beulah

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Sunday, 3 November, 2013
THE FEAST OF ALL SAINTS
10.00am High Mass:
(The Ven the Rector)

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Gaudeamus
Missa O quam gloriosum est regnum – Victoria
O quam gloriosum est regnum – Victoria

Who are these like stars appearing – All Saints
Give us the wings of faith to rise – St Botolph
For all the saints who from their labours rest – Sine nomine
O heavenly Jerusalem – St Alphege
Soldiers who are Christ’s below – Orientibus partibus

Campbell : Gaudeamus

7.00pm Solemn Evensong and Benediction

Preces :
Service :
Anthem :

Psalm :
Office hymn :
Hymn :
Rose
Blair in B minor
O what their joy – Harris

16
Who are these like stars appearing – All Saints
In our day of thanksgiving one psalm let us offer – St Catherine’s Court

Clarke (arr Harvey Grace) : Prince of Denmark’s March
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Sunday, 10 November, 2013
Trinity XXIV
(Remembrance Sunday)
10.00am High Mass:
(The Ven the Rector)

Congregational setting : Wilson in D

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :

Rec :
O God, our help in ages past – St Anne
Let saints on earth in concert sing – Dundee
Lord of beauty, thine the splendour – Regent Square
Hail true body, born of Mary – Standish
Adagio, from Cello Concerto – Elgar (arr Dom Murray)
I vow to thee, my country – Thaxted

Elgar (arr Harris) : Variation 9 (“Nimrod”) from the Énigma Variations’, Op 36
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Sunday, 17 November, 2013
Trinity XXV
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Beverley Johnson)

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Dicit Dominus
Missa Sancti Pauli – Vann
Like as the hart – Howells

Praise to the Lord, the Almighty – Praxis pietatis
O God of truth, whose living word – Tallis
Lord, her watch thy Church is keeping – Everton
Not a thought of earthly things! – Feniton
Hosanna in the highest – Hosanna in excelsis

Howells : Master Tallis’s Testament
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Sunday, 24 November, 2013
THE FEAST OF CHRIST THE KING
10.00am High Mass:
(The Ven the Rector)

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
In throno excelso
Messe, Op 36 – Widor
Videntes stellam – Poulenc

Jesus shall reign where’er the sun – Truro
King of glory, King of peace – Gwalchmai
At the name of Jesus – Evelyns
Let all mortal flesh keep silence – French Carol
All hail the power of Jesus’ name – Miles Lane

Widor : Allegro, from Symphony No 6 in G minor, Op 42 No 2
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Trinitytide 2007

Sunday, 3 June, 2007
TRINITY SUNDAY
9.30am High Mass:
(The Ven the Rector)

Stanford : Prelude in F, First Set No IV (Op 101)

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Benedicta sit
Mass for three voices
 – Byrd
‘Twas in the year that King Uzziah died – Woodward

Holy, Holy, Holy – Nicaea
Most ancient of all mysteries – St Flavian
I bind unto myself today – St Patrick’s Breastplate
Three in One, and One in Three – Cape Town
Bright the vision that delighted – Laus Deo

S.S. Wesley : Choral Song and Fugue

7.00pm Solemn Evensong & Benediction:
 

Preces :
Service :
Anthem :

Psalm :
Office Hymn :
Hymn :
Smith of Durham
Walmisley in D minor
Hymn to the Trinity
 – Tchaikovsky

115 (Chant : Knight)
Father most holy, merciful and loving – Christe sanctorum
I bind unto myself today – St Patrick’s Breastplate

Stanford : Postlude in G, First Set No V (Op 101)

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Sunday, 10 June, 2007
THE FEAST OF CORPUS CHRISTI
9.30am High Mass (with the congregation of St Luke’s, Salt River):
(The Ven the Rector)

Handel (arr Trevor) : Minuet and Trio, from Music for the Royal Fireworks
 

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Cibavit eos
Wilson in D
Ave verum – Mozart

Alleluia! sing to Jesus! – Hyfrydol
Hosanna in the highest – Hosanna in excelsis
We hail thy Presence glorious – Offertorium
O Thou, who at thy Eucharist didst pray – Song 1
We pray thee heavenly Father – Dies Dominica

Clarke (arr. Harvey Grace) : The Prince of Denmark’s March

Solemn Benediction at St Luke’s, Salt River

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Sunday, 17 June, 2007
Trinity II
9.30am High Mass:
(The Ven the Rector)

Thewes : Trumpet Tune in D
 

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :

Rec :
Factus est
Sumsion in F
Oculi omnium -Wood

New every morning is the love- Melcombe
My God, and is thy table spread – Rockingham
‘Lift up your hearts!’ – Woodlands
Pavane – Faure (arr Hesford)
O God, unseen yet ever near – St Flavian
Stand up, and bless the Lord – Carlisle

Franck : Choral No 3 in A minor

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Sunday, 24 June, 2007
THE FEAST OF THE NATIVITY OF ST JOHN BAPTIST
(The Ven the Rector)
9.30am High Mass:

Improvsation on Christe sanctorum
 

Propers :
Service :
Anthem :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
De ventre
Missa Aeterna Christi munera – Palestrina
This is the record of John – Gibbons

Sing we the praises of the great forerunner – Christe sanctorum
The great forerunner of the morn – Church Triumphant
Lo, from the desert homes – Darwall’s 148th
How bright these glorious spirits shine – Beatitudo
Palms of glory, raiment bright – Palms of glory

J.S. Bach : Variation X on Sei gegrüsset, Jesu gütig

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Sunday, 1 July, 2007
Trinity IV
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Michael Parker)

Haydn : St Antoni Chorale
 

Propers :
Service :
Anthem :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Dominus illuminatio mea
Ireland in C
Ave verum
 – Elgar

O God of Bethel, by whose hand – Martyrdom
Lead us, heavenly Father, lead us – Mannheim
At the name of Jesus – Evelyns
O Lord Jesus, I adore thee – St Thomas
Soldiers of Christ, arise – St Ethelwald

Mathias : Processional

7.00pm Solemn Evensong and Benediction:
(The Rev Fr Richard Cogill)
 

Preces :
Service :
Anthem :

Psalm :
Office hymn :
Hymn:

O Salutaris :
Tantum ergo :
Byrd
Sumsion in G
Turn back, O Man
 – Holst

24 (Chant : Crotch)
Blest Creator of the light – Vienna
When morning gilds the skies – Laudes Domini

Hereford
Regent Square

Stanley : Voluntary in G

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Sunday, 8 July, 2007
Trinity V
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Michael Parker)

C.S. Lang : Fanfare
 

Propers :
Service :
Anthem :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Exaudi, Dominus
Darke in E
The Lord hath been mindful of us
 – S.S. Wesley

Praise to the Lord, the Almighty – Praxis pietatis
City of God, how broad and far – Richmond
Angel-voices ever singing – Angel voices
O my Saviour, lifted – North Coates
Hosanna in the highest – Hosanna in excelsis

Faulkes : Grand Choeur

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Sunday, 15 July, 2007
Trinity VI
9.30am High Mass:
(The Ven the Rector)
(said)

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Sunday, 22 July, 2007
THE FEAST OF ST MARY MAGDALENE
9.30am High Mass:
(Organ : Grant Brasler)
 

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Me exspectaverunt
Missa O quam gloriosum
 – Victoria
Holy is the true light – Harris

Lo, round the throne, a glorious band – Old 100th
Magdalene, thy grief and gladness – Alleluia, dulce carmen
Souls of men! why will ye scatter – Gott will’s machen
I heard the voice of Jesus say – Kingsfold
Palms of glory, raiment bright – Palms of glory

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Sunday, 29 July, 2007
Trinity VIII
9.30am High Mass:
(Organ : Andrew Bethke)
 

Propers:
Service:
Motet:

Int:
Grad:
Off:
Com:
Rec:
Suscepimus
Mass for three voices – Byrd
Set me as a seal – Walton

All people that on earth do dwell – Old 100th
Father of heaven, whose love profound- Rivaulx
O worship the King all glorious above – Hanover
O Lord Jesus, I adore thee – St Thomas
Thy Kingdom come, O God – St Cecilia

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Sunday, 5 August, 2007
Trinity IX
9.30am High Mass:
(The Ven the Rector)

Drischner : Prelude, Erste norwegische Volkstonsuite
 

Propers :
Service :
Motet:

Int:
Grad:
Off:
Com:
Rec:
Ecce Deus
Stanford in C and F
O, for a closer walk with God
 – Stanford

O Holy Ghost, thy people bless – St Timothy
Guide me, O thou great Redeemer – Cwm Rhondda
Glorious things of thee are spoken – Abbot’s Leigh
Hands that have been handling – Glenfinlas
Now thank we all our God – Nun danket

Karg-Elert : Chorale-Improvisation, Nun danket (Marche triomphale)

THE FEAST OF THE TRANSFIGURATION
7.00pm Solemn Evensong and Benediction:
(The Ven the Rector)

Boëly : Prelude No 2 in D minor
 

Service:
Anthem:

Psalm :
Office hymn :
Hymn :O Salutaris :
Tantum ergo :
Claudio Casciolini fauxbourdons
Holy is the true light
 – Harris

46
‘Tis good, Lord, to be here! – Carlisle
Not always on the mount may we – St Sepulchre

St Vincent
Pange lingua, mode iii

Mulet : Carillon-Sortie

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Sunday, 12 August, 2007
Trinity X
9.30am High Mass;
(The Ven the Rector)

Rembt : Fughetta in D

 

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Dum clamarem
Missa simile est regnum coelorum
 – Victoria
Ave verum
 – Byrd

Praise, my soul, the King of heaven – Praise. my soul
Great Shepherd of thy people, hear – Stracathro
Lord, enthroned in heavenly splendour – St Helen
All ye who seek for sure relief – St Bernard
Father, hear the prayer we offer – Marching

Dubois : Marcietta

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Sunday, 19 August, 2007
Trinity XI
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Richard Cogill)

Moussorgsky : Promenade, from “Pictures at an Exhibition”
 

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :

Rec :
Deus in loco sancto
Mass for four voices – Byrd
Ave Maria
 – Rachmaninov

The Church’s one foundation – Aurelia
Spirit divine, attend our prayers – St Botolph
For the beauty of the earth – Dix
Prière à Notre-Dame, from Suite Gothique
 – Boellmann
Virgin-born, we bow before thee – Genevan Psalm lxxxvi
Her virgin eyes saw God incarnate born – Farley Castle

Boellmann : Toccata, from Suite Gothique

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Sunday, 26 August, 2007
Trinity XII
9.30am High Mass:
(The Ven the Rector)
(Organ: Ivan Kilian)
 

Propers:
Service:

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Deus in adjutorium
Missa Aeterna Christi munera
 – Palestrina

Jesus, where’er thy people meet – Wareham
O for a thousand tongues to sing – Somervell
We hail thy Presence glorious – Offertorium
O happy band of pilgrims – Kocher
Now thank we all our God – Nun danket

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Sunday, 2 September, 2007
Trinity XIII
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr David Cherry)

Mendelssohn : Grave, from Sonata No 2 in C minor
 

Propers:
Service:
Motet:

Int:
Grad:
Off:
Com:

Rec:
Respice, Domine
Missa O quam gloriosum est regnum
 – Victoria
Adoramus te, Christe
 – Clemens non Papa

Ye servants of God, your Master proclaim – Paderborn
Love divine, all loves excelling – Love Divine
Thy hand, O God, has guided – Thornbury
Adagio, from Sonata No 2 in C minor
 – Mendelssohn
I heard the voice of Jesus say – Kingsfold
King of glory, King of Peace – Gwalchmai

Mendelssohn : Allegro maestoso e vivace, from Sonata No 2 in C minor

7.00pm Solemn Evensong & Benediction:
(The Rev Fr David Cherry)
 

Preces :
Service :
Anthem :

Psalm :
Office hymn :
Hymn :
Byrd
Purcell in B minor
If ye love me
 – Tallis

67 (Chant : Nares)
Glory to thee, my God, this night – Tallis’s Canon
Sun of my soul, thou Saviour dear – Abends

Purcell : Trumpet Tune and Air

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Sunday, 9 September, 2007
Trinity XIV
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr George van Schalkwyk)

Howells : Siciliano for a High Ceremony

 

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Protector noster
Sumsion in F
Ave Maria – Arcadelt

Come, gracious Spirit, heavenly Dove – Hawkhurst
Our blest Redeemer, ere he breathed – St Cuthbert
O worship the King all glorious above – Hanover
We pray thee, heavenly Father – Dies Dominica
Let us, with a gladsome mind – Monkland

Elgar (arr Hesford) : Pomp and Circumstance March No 4 in G

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Sunday, 16 September, 2007
Trinity XV
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr George van Schalkwyk)
(Choir Sunday off)

Boëly : Kyrie
 

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :

Rec:
All people that on earth do dwell – Old 100th
Firmly I believe and truly – Shipston
Come, ye faithful, raise the anthem – Unser Herrscher
Andantino
 -Franck
Dear Lord and Father of mankind – Repton
Praise the Lord! ye heavens, adore him – Austria

Guilmant : Minuetto

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Sunday, 23 September, 2007
Trinity XVI
9.30am High Mass:
(The Ven the Rector)

Frescobaldi : Toccata terza
 

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :

Rec :
Miserere mihi
Missa L’Hora passa
 – Viadana
Adoramus te, Christe
 -Viadana

Revive thy work, O Lord! – Carlisle
O for a thousand tongues to sing – Somervell
The Church’s one foundation – Aurelia
Largo, from Concerto in D for Lute – Vivaldi (arr Webb)
O Lord Jesus, I adore thee – St Thomas
Forth in thy name, O Lord, I go – Song 34

Monteverdi (arr Preston) : Coronation March, from ‘L’incoronazione di Poppaea
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Saturday, 29 September, 2007
THE FEAST OF ST MICHAEL & ALL ANGELS
11.00am High Mass:
(Celebrant: The Ven the Rector; Preacher: The Very Rev The Dean)

Boëly : Rentrée de Procession, from Messe des Fêtes Solennelles
 

Propers :
Service :

Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Benedicite Dominum
Missa Brevis in C, K.259 (Orgelsolomesse) – Mozart
(Soloists: Beverly Chiat, Janelle Visagie, Nic de Jager, Njabulo Mthimkulu)
Factum est silentium
 – Dering

Christ, the fair glory of the holy angels – Christe sanctorum
Stars of the morning, so gloriously bright – Trisagion
It came upon the midnight clear – Noel
In our day of thanksgiving one psalm let us offer – St Catherine’s Court
Ye holy angel bright – Darwall’s 148th

Dubois :Toccata

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Sunday, 30 September, 2007
Trinity XVII
SUNDAY IN THE OCTAVE OF MICHAELMAS
9.30am High Mass:
(The Ven the Rector)

C.S. Lang : Fanfare
 

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Benedicite Dominum
Darke in F
Behold, the tabernacle of God
 – Harris

Christ, the fair glory of the holy angels – Christe sanctorum
Around the throne of God a band – Solothurn
All praise be to God – Hanover
Not a thought of earthly things! – Feniton
Ye holy angels bright – Darwall’s 148th

Lang: Tuba Tune in D major

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Sunday, 7 October. 2007
Trinity XVIII
9.30am High Mass:
(The Ven the Rector)

Thalben-Ball : Elegy
 

Propers:
Service:
Motet:

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Da pacem
Missa Choralis
 – Liszt
O Salutaris hostia
 – Liszt

Be thou my guardian and my guide – Abridge
The Lord is King! lift up thy voice – Ivyhatch
Light’s abode, celestial Salem – Regent Square
Jesu, the very thought of thee – Metzler’s Redhead
There is a land of pure delight – Beulah

Rheinberger: Allegro non troppo, from Sonata No 7 in F minor

7.00pm Solemn Evensong & Benediction
(The Ven the Rector)
 

Preces:
Service:
Anthem:

Psalm :
Office Hymn :
Hymn :

O Salutaris :
Tantum ergo :
Ayleward
Stanford in B flat
Evening Hymn
 – Balfour Gardiner

121 (Chant : Walford Davies)
Holy Father, cheer our way – Vesper
Abide with me; fast falls the eventide – Eventide

Hereford
Tantum Ergo

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Sunday, 14 October. 2007
Trinity XIX
9.30am High Mass:
(Celebrant :The Rev Fr George van Schalkwyk; Preacher : The Ven the Rector)

Nivers : Plein jeu du Premier Ton
 

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Salus populi
Missa Simile est regnum coelorum
 – Victoria
O taste and see how gracious the Lord is – Vaughan Williams

Immortal, invisible, God only wise – St Denio
Thou art the way: by thee alone – St James
All creatures of our God and King – Easter Song
O my Saviour, lifted – North Coates
He wants not friends that hath thy love – Cameronian Midnight Hymn

Guilmant : Postlude in F

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Sunday, 21 October. 2007
Trinity XX
9.30am High Mass:
(Celebrant :The Ven the Rector)

Mendelssohn : Andante tranquillo, from Sonata No 3 in A major
 

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Omnia quae fecisti
The Mass of the Quiet Hour – Oldroyd
Ave verum
 – Elgar

Through all the changing scenes of life – Wiltshire
My God, and is thy table spread – Rockingham
My God, how wonderful thou art – Westminster
O God, unseen yet ever near – St Flavian
Ye servants of the Lord – Narenza

Mendelssohn : Con moto maestoso, from Sonata No 3 in A major

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Sunday, 28 October, 2007
THE FEAST OF ST SIMON AND ST JUDE
9.30am High Mass:
(The Ven the Rector)

Campbell : Gaudeamus
 

Propers:
Service:
Anthem:

Int:
Grad:
Off:
Com:
Rec:
Mihi autem
Darke in E
Praise to God in the Highest
 – Campbell

The eternal gifts of Christ the King – Church Triumphant
Thou who sentest thine apostles – Alleluia, dulce carmen
For all the saints – Sine nomine
Let all mortal flesh keep silence – French Carol
Captains of the saintly band – University College

Buxtehude : Ciacona in C minor, BuxWV 159

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Friday, 2 November, 2007
THE COMMEMORATION OF ALL SOULS
7.00pm Solemn Mass of Requiem
(The Ven the Rector)
 

Propers :
Service :

Int :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Requiem aeternam
Requiem in D minor, Op 194 – Rheinberger

Let saints on earth in concert sing – Dundee
They whose course on earth is o’er – Vienna
Wherefore, O Father, we thy humble servants – Christe fons jugis
Immortal, invisible, God only wise – St Denio

Improvisation on ‘St Denio’

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Sunday, 4 November, 2007
Trinity XXII
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr George van Schalkwyk)

Colin Hand : Paean
 

Propers :
Service :
Anthem :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
In voluntate tua
Missa O quam gloriosum
 – Victoria
Give us the wings of faith – Bullock

Great Shepherd of thy people, hear – Stracathro
Soldiers of Christ, arise – St Ethelwald
Lord, accept the arms we offer – Michael
Blest are the pure in heart – Franconia
Who are these like stars appearing – All Saints

William Mathias : Processional

7.00pm Evensong & Benediction
(The Ven the Rector)

William Harris : Prelude
 

Preces :
Service :
Anthem :

Psalm :
Office hymn :
Hymn :

O Salutaris :
Tantum ergo :
Ayleward
Wood in D
O what their joy and their glory
 – Harris

133, 134 (Chants: Tallis, York)
The duteous day now closeth – Innsbruck
O heavenly Jerusalem – St Alphege

Abends
Mannheim

Alan Ridout : Scherzo

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Sunday, 11 November, 2007
Trinity XXIII
(Remembrance Sunday)
9.30am High Mass:
(The Ven the Rector)
(Choir Sunday off)

Thalben-Ball : Elegy
 

Service :

Int :
Grad :
Baptism :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Wilson in D

O God, our help in ages past – St Anne
City of God, how broad and far – Richmond
In token that thou shalt not fear – St Stephen
A safe stronghold our God is still – Ein’ feste Burg
Peace, perfect peace – Song 46
I vow to thee, my country – Thaxted

Elgar (arr Harris) : Variation 9 (“Nimrod”) of the ‘Enigma Variations’, Op 36

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Sunday, 18 November, 2007
Trinity XXIV
9.30am High Mass:
(The Ven the Rector)

Dubois : Thème Provençal Varié
 

Propers :
Service :
Anthem :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Dixit Dominus
Messe Basse
 – Faure
Cantique de Jean Racine
 – Faure

God moves in a mysterious way – London New
Art thou weary, art thou languid – Stephanos
Angel-voices ever singing – Angel voices
Thee we adore, O hidden Saviour, thee – Adoro te devote
Songs of praise the angels sang – Northampton

Fauré (arr Hesford) : Pavane

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Sunday, 25 November, 2007
THE FEAST OF CHRIST THE KING
10.00am High Mass:
(The Ven the Rector)

Clérambault : Basse et Dessus de Trompette

 

Propers :
Service :

Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec:
In throno excelso
Missa Brevis in G – Schubert
(Magdalene Minnaar; Arthur Swan; Njabulo Mthinkulu)
Ave verum
 – Mozart

Jesus shall reign where’er the sun – Truro
King of glory, King of peace – Gwalchmai
At the name of Jesus – Evelyns
Not a thought of earthly things! – Feniton
All hail the power of Jesus’ name! – Miles Lane

Mulet : Carillon-Sortie

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Trinitytide 2008

Sunday, 18 May, 2008
TRINITY SUNDAY
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr George van Schalkwyk)

Stanford : Prelude in D minor, Second Set No VI (Op 105)

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Benedicta sit
Mass for three voices – Byrd
Hymn to the Trinity – Tchaikovsky

Holy, Holy, Holy – Nicaea
Most ancient of all mysteries – St Flavian
Father most holy, merciful and loving – Christe sanctorum
Three in One, and One in Three – Cape Town
Bright the vision that delighted – Laus Deo

Stanford : Postlude in G, First Set No V (Op 101)

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Sunday, 25 May, 2008
CORPUS CHRISTI
9.30am High Mass
(At St Luke’s, Salt River)
(The Rev Fr Beverley Johnson)

Thereafter Procession of the Blessed Sacrament to St Michael’s for

Solemn Benediction:
(The Rev Fr Michael Parker)

Buxtehude : Ciacona in C minor BuxWV 150
 

Motet :
Tantum ergo :
 
Oculi omnium – Wood
Tantum Ergo
Laudate Dominum

Buxtehude : Fuge in C major BuxWV 174

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Sunday, 1 June, 2008
Trinity II
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr George van Schalkwyk)

S.S. Wesley : An Air for Holsworthy Church Bells
 

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Factus est
Sumsion in F
O taste and see – Vaughan Williams

New every morning is the love – Melcombe
My God, and is thy table spread – Rockingham
‘Lift up your hearts!’ We lift them, Lord, to thee – Woodlands
O God, unseen yet ever near – St Flavian
Stand up, and bless the Lord – Carlisle

Sumsion : Procession

7.00pm Solemn Evensong & Benediction:

Stanford : Prelude in F, Set 1 Op 101 No 1
 

Preces :
Service :
Anthem :

Psalm :
Office Hymn :
Hymn :

O Salutaris :
Tantum ergo :
Tomkins
Stanford in G
O Lorde, the makyr of al thing – Joubert

10
God, that madest earth and heaven – All through the night
Angel-voices ever singing – Angel voices

Hereford
French Carol

Stanford : Postlude, On a Theme of Orlando Gibbons (Song 22): Set 3 Op 105 No 2

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Sunday, 8 June, 2008
Trinity III
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr George van Schalkwyk)
(Organ : Ivan Killian)
 

Service :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Wilson in D

Jesus, where’er thy people meet – Wareham
Oft in danger, oft in woe – University College
Praise, my soul, the King of heaven – Praise, my soul
Blest are the pure in heart – Franconia
Immortal, invisible, God only wise – St Denio

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Sunday, 15 June, 2008
Trinity IV
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr George van Schalkwyk)
 

Propers :
Service :
Anthem :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Dominus illuminatio mea
Missa L’Hora passa – Viadana
Cantate Domino – Pitoni

O God of Bethel, by whose hand – Martyrdom
Thy kingdom come, O God – St Cecilia
At the name of Jesus – Evelyns
O Lord Jesus, I adore thee – St Thomas
Soldiers of Christ, arise – St Ethewald

Guilmant : Postlude in F

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Sunday, 22 June, 2008
Trinity V
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Michael Parker)
 

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Exaudi, Domine
Mass for four voices – Byrd
Prevent us, O Lord – Byrd

Fight the good fight with all thy might – Duke Street
God of mercy, God of grace – Heathlands
Lord, enthroned in heavenly splendour – St Helen
I heard the voice of Jesus say – Kingsfold
Hosanna in the highest – Hosanna in excelsis

Handel (arr Dupré) : Andante, from Organ Concerto No 1 in G minor

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Sunday, 29 June, 2008
THE FEAST OF ST PETER AND ST PAUL
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Michael Parker)

Vierne : Improvisation
 

Propers:
Service:
Anthem:

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Nunc scio
Missa Aeterna Christi munera – Palestrina
Holy is the true light – Harris

Let all on earth their voices raise – Old 100th
The eternal gifts of Christ the King – Church Triumphant
Disposer Supreme, and Judge of the earth – Hanover
Captains of the saintly band – University College
Palms of glory, raiment bright – Palms of glory

Franck : Choral No 3 in A minor

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Sunday, 6 July, 2008
Trinity VII
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Mendelssohn : Andante tranquillo, from Sonata No 3 in A
 

Propers :
Service :
Anthem :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Omnes gentes
Messa a quattro voci – Monteverdi
Adoramus te, Christe – Clemens non Papa

Ye servants of god, your Master proclaim – Paderburn
Just as I am, without one plea – Misericordia
Praise to the Holiest in the height – Gerontius
Lord Jesus, think on me – St Paul’s
Ye holy angels bright – Darwall’s 148th

Mendelssohn : Con moto maestoso, from Sonata No 3 in A

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Sunday, 13 July, 2008
Trinity VIII
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rector)
(Choir Sunday off)

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Sunday, 20 July, 2008
Trinity IX
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Pasquini : Partite sopra la Aria della Folia da Espagna
 

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Ecce Deus
Missa O quam gloriosum est regnum – Victoria
Jesu, dulcis memoria – Victoria

O Holy Ghost, thy people bless – St Timothy
Guide me, O thou great Redeemer – Cwm Rhondda
Glorious things of thee are spoken – Abbot’s Leigh
Thee we adore, O hidden Saviour, thee – Adoro te devote
Praise the Lord! ye heavens, adore him – Austria

de Sousa Carvalho : Allegro

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Sunday, 27 July, 2008
Trinity X
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Handel (arr Blake) : Minuet, from “The Music for the Royal Fireworks”
 

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :

Rec :
Dum clamarem
Darke in E
Oculi omnium – Wood

Praise, my soul, the King of heaven – Praise, my soul
Great Shepherd of thy people, hear – Stracathro
Lord, enthroned in heavenly splendour – St Helen
Dearest Jesu, we are here – Liebster Jesu
Chorale Preludes on ‘Liebster Jesu – J.S. Bach
Father, hear the prayer we offer – Sussex

Walton (arr Murrill) : “Crown Imperial” (Coronation March, 1937)

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Sunday, 3 August, 2008
Trinity XI
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rector)
 

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :

Rec :
Deus in loco sancto
Missa L’Hora passa – Viadana
Ave verum – Elgar

The Church’s one foundation – Aurelia
Who would true valour see – Monk’s Gate
Love divine, all loves excelling – Love Divine
Adagio, from Sonata No 2 in C minor – Mendelssohn
Faithful Shepherd, feed me – Pastor pastorum
Let us with a gladsome mind – Monkland

Mendelssohn : Allegro maestoso e vivace and Fugue, from Sonata No 2 in C minor

7.00pm Solemn Evensong and Benediction:
 

Preces:
Service:
Anthem :

Psalm:
Off Hymn:
Hymn:

O Salutaris :
Tantum ergo :
Tomkins
Murrill in E
Give us the wings of faith – Bullock

63 (Chant : Lawes)
Holy Father, cheer our way – Vesper
Through the night of doubt and sorrow – St Oswald

Hereford
Pange lingua, mode iii

Hurford : Exurgat Deus”, from Suite ‘Laudate Dominum

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Sunday, 10 August, 2008
Trinity XII
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rector)
 

Propers :
Service :
Anthem :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Deus in adjutorium
Stanford in C and F
O, for a closer walk with God – Stanford

All people that on earth do dwell – Old 100th
O for a thousand tongues to sing – Somervell
Souls of men! why will ye scatter – Gott will’s machen
O happy band of pilgrims- Kocher
Now thank we all our God – Nun danket

Karg-Elert : Chorale-Improvisation, Nun danket (Marche triomphale)

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Sunday, 17 August, 2008
THE FEAST OF THE ASSUMPTION OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY
THE INSTALLATION OF THE REV FR RICHARD GIRDWOOD AS RECTOR

10.00am High Mass:
(The Most Rev Thabo Makgoba, Lord Archbishop of Cape Town)

Francis Jackson : The Archbishop’s Fanfare
 

Propers :
Service :

Anthem :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Inst :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Signum magnum
Missa Brevis in C, K.259 (Orgelsolomesse) – Mozart
(Marion Roberts, Janelle Visagie, Willem Bester, Njabulo Mthimkulu)
Behold, the tabernacle of God is with men – Harris
Ave Maria – Rachmaninov

Ecce Sacerdos magnus – Elgar
Her Virgin eyes saw God incarnate born – Farley Castle
We love the place, O God – Quam dilecta
Shall we not love thee, Mother dear – St Agnes
Virgin born, we bow before thee – Genevan Psalm lxxxvi
Ye holy angels bright – Darwall’s 148th

Mulet : Carillon-Sortie

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Sunday, 24 August, 2008
THE FEAST OF ST BARTHOLOMEW
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Improvisation on ‘Church Triumphant’
 

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Mihi autem
Darke in F
Holy is the true light – Harris

The eternal gifts of Christ the King – Church Triumphant
Not by far-famed deeds alone – Valley
For all the saints – Sine nomine
For all thy saints, O Lord – St Michael
Captains of the saintly band – University College

Sidney Campbell : Gaudeamus

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Sunday, 31 August, 2008
Trinity XV
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Stanley : Voluntary in E minor
 

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Inclina, Domine
Mass for four voices – Byrd
Ave verum – Byrd

Lord of our life, and God of our salvation – Cloisters
Firmly I believe and truly – Shipston
Thy hand, O God, has guided – Thornbury
O Thou, who at thy Eucharist didst pray – Song 1
City of God, how broad and far – Richmond

Armstrong Gibbs : Postlude in D

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Sunday, 7 September, 2008
Trinity XVI
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Moussorgsky : Promenade, from “Pictures at an Exhibition”
 

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Miserere mihi
Messe Basse – Fauré
Ave Verum – Saint-Saëns

The Church of God a kingdom is – University
Just as I am, without one plea – Misericordia
Come, ye faithful, raise the anthem – Unser Herrscher
Let all mortal flesh keep silence – French Carol
Lord of beauty, thine the splendour – Regent Square

Dubois : Toccata


7.00pm Solemn Evensong and Benediction:
THE FEAST OF THE NATIVITY OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY

Battishill : Cornet Voluntary in F
 

Preces :
Service :
Anthem :

Psalm :
Office Hymn :
Hymn :

O Salutaris :
Tantum ergo :
Ayleward
Noble in B minor
My heart is inditing – Handel

87
The God whom earth and sea and sky – St Ambrose
Virgin born, we bow before thee – Genevan Psalm lxxxvi

Hereford
Tantum Ergo

Clarke (arr. Harvey Grace) : The Prince of Denmark’s March

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Sunday, 14 September, 2008
Trinity XVII
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rector)
 

Propers :
Service :
Anthem :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :

Rec :
Justus es, Domine
Missa Simile est regnum coelorum – Victoria
O taste and see – Vaughan Williams

Again the Lord’s own day is here – Church Triumphant
Thou, whose almighty word – Moscow
O Jesus, I have promised – Wolvercote
Pavane – Fauré (arr Hesford)
Faithful Shepherd, feed me – Pastor pastorum
Forth in thy name, O Lord, I go – Song 34

Franck : Prélude, Fugue, Variation Op 18

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Sunday, 21 September, 2008
THE FEAST OF ST MATTHEW
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Mendelssohn : Andante tranquillo, from Sonata No 3 in A
 

Propers :
Service :
Anthem :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Os justi
Mass for three voices – Byrd
O come, ye servants of the Lord – Tye

Come, pure hears, in sweetest measures – Evangelists
He sat to watch o’er customs paid – Ely
Let all on earth their voices raise – Lasst uns erfreuen
How beauteous are their feet – Venice
Spirit of Jesus, who didst move – Song 34

J.S. Bach : Fantasia in G major

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Sunday, 28 September, 2008
Trinity XIX
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Quentin Thomas : Red-Hot Choir
 

Propers :
Service:
Motet:

Int:
Grad:
Off:
Com:

Rec:
Salus populi
Sumsion in F
Hide not thou thy face from us, O Lord – Farrant

Immortal, invisible, God only wise – St Denio
Thou art the Way: by thee alone – St James
All things bright and beautiful – All things
Carol, from Five Bagatelles – Finzi, arr Gower
O My Saviour, lifted – North Coates
He wants not friends that hath thy love – Cameronian Midnight Hymn

Sumsion : Procession

7.00pm Solemn Evensong & Benediction:
THE FEAST OF ST MICHAEL & ALL ANGELS
 

Preces :
Service :
Anthem :

Psalm :
Office Hymn :
Hymn :

O Salutaris :
Tantum ergo :
Ayleward
Walmisley in D minor
O how amiable are thy dwellings – Vaughan Williams

122 (Chant : Robinson)
Christ, the fair glory of the holy angels – Christe sanctorum
Ye holy angels bright – Darwall’s 148th

Hereford
Westminster Abbey

Mulet : Carillon Sortie (Gareth Baard)

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Monday, 29 September, 2008
THE FEAST OF ST MICHAEL & ALL ANGELS
7.00pm High Mass:
(The Rector)
 

Propers:
Service:
Motet:

Int:
Grad:
Off:
Com:
Rec:
Benedicite Dominum
Messe in E (“Misericordias Domini”) – Rheinberger
Locus iste – Bruckner

Christ, the fair glory of the holy angels – Christe sanctorum
Praise to God, who reigns above – Xavier
All praise be to God – Hanover
In our day of thanksgiving – St Catherine’s Court
Ye holy angels bright – Darwall’s 148th

Walford Davies : Solemn Melody

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Sunday, 5 October, 2008
SUNDAY IN THE OCTAVE OF MICHAELMASS
11.00am High Mass:
(The Rector)
 

Propers :
Service :

Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Benedicite Dominum
Messe in G D.167 – Schubert
(Magdalene Minnaar, Willem Bester, Njabulo Mthimkulu)
Let all mortal flesh keep silence – Bairstow

Stars of the morning, so gloriously bright – Trisagion
Praise to God who reigns above – Xavier
Angel-voices ever singing – Angel voices
Not a thought of earthly things! – Feniton
Bright the vision that delighted – Laus Deo

Dupré : “Placare Christe servulis”, from Le Tombeau de Titelouse

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Sunday, 12 October, 2008
Trinity XXI
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rector)
 

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :

Rec :
In voluntate tua
Wilson in D
O Bone Jesu – Palestrina

Lord of beauty, thine the splendour – Regent Square
Soldiers of Christ, arise – St Ethelwald
Alleluia! sing to Jesus! – Hyfrydol
Serenade, from The Wand of Youth Suite No 1 – Elgar (arr Burt)
Blest are the pure in heart – Franconia
Conquering kings their titles take – Innocents

David N. Johnson : Trumpet Tune (Homage to the 18th Century)

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Sunday 19 October, 2008
Trinity XXII
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rector)
 

Propers:
Service:
Motet:

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Si iniquitates
Missa L’Hora passa – Viadana
O bone Jesu – Palestrina

Let hearts awaken, now the night is ended – Christe sanctorum
God of mercy, God of grace – Heathlands
My God, how wonderful thou art – Westminster
Jesu, gentlest Saviour – Eucharisticus
There is a land of pure delight – Beulah

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Sunday 26 October, 2008
Trinity XXIII
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rector)
(Choir Sunday off)
 

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Come, let us join our cheerful songs – Nativity
Lord, her watch thy Church is keeping – Everton
Light’s abode, celestial Salem – Regent Square
Deck thyself, my soul, with gladness – Schmücke dich
Now thank we all our God – Nun danket

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Sunday 2 November, 2008
THE FEAST OF ALL SAINTS
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Vierne : Improvisation pour grand orgue
 

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :

Rec :
Gaudeamus
Missa O quam gloriosum est regnum – Victoria
Holy is the true light – Sir William Harris

Who are these like stars appearing – All Saints
Soldiers, who are Christ’s below – Orientibus partibus
O what their joy and their glory must be – O quanta qualia
Adagio, from Symphonie V pour Orgue – Widor
O heavenly Jerusalem – St Alphege
Palms of glory, raiment bright – Palms of glory

Toccata, from Symphonie V pour Orgue – Widor

7.00pm Solemn Evensong & Benediction:
 

Preces :
Service :
Anthem :

Psalm :
Office Hymn :
Hymn :

O Salutaris :
Tantum ergo :
Ayleward
Wood in D
O what their joy and their glory must be – Sir William Harris

134 (Chant : York Minster)
Who are these like stars appearing – All Saints
For all the saints who from their labours rest – Sine nomine

Hereford
Tantum ergo

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Sunday 9 November, 2008
Trinity XXV
(Remembrance Sunday)
9.30am High Mass:

Elgar : Introduction, from Sonata No 2 in B flat
 

Propers:
Service:
Anthem:

Int:
Grad:
Off:
Com:
Rec:
Dicit Dominus
Missa Simile est regnum coelorum – Victoria
Let us now praise famous men – Vaughan Williams

O God, our help in ages past – St Anne
King of glory, King of peace – Gwalchmai
Lord, her watch thy Church is keeping – Everton
Thy kingdom come, O God – St Cecilia
I vow to thee, my country – Thaxted

Elgar (arr Harris) : Variation 9 (“Nimrod”) of the ‘Enigma Variations’, Op 36

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Sunday 16 November, 2008
Trinity XXVI
(The Rector)

J.S. Bach : Choral, from Variations on Sei gegrüsset, Jesu gütig
 

Propers:
Service:
Motet:

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Dicit Dominus
Sumsion in F
Ave verum – Elgar

O Holy Ghost, thy people bless – St Timothy
Ye that know the Lord is gracious – Hyfrydol
Praise to the Holiest in the height – Gerontius
Deck thyself, my soul, in gladness – Schmücke dich
Hosanna in the highest – Hosanna in excelsis

J.S. Bach : Variation 10 on Sei gegrüsset, Jesu gütig

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Sunday 23 November 2008
THE FEAST OF CHRIST THE KING
10.30am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Boëly : Rentrée de Procession, from Messe des Fêtes Solennelles
 

Propers :
Service :

Anthem :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
In throno excelso
Missa Brevis in F, K.192 – Mozart
(Magdalene Minnaar, Viulina Anguelov, Willem Bester, Njabulo Mthimkulu)
And the glory of the Lord – Handel

All hail the power of Jesus’ name! – Miles Lane
Thy Kingdom come! on bended knee – Irish
At the name of Jesus every knee shall bow – Evelyns
Not a thought of earthly things! – Feniton
Crown him with many crowns – Diademata

Dubois : Toccata pour Orgue

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Trinitytide 2006

Sunday, 11 June, 2006
TRINITY SUNDAY
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Richard Cogill)

Elgar : Introduction, from Sonata No 2 in B flat, Op 87a

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :

Rec :
Benedicta sit
Mass for three voices
 – Byrd
Hymn to the Trinity – Tchaikovsky

Holy, Holy, Holy – Nicaea
Most ancient of all mysteries – St Flavian
I bind unto myself today – St Patrick’s Breastplate
Prelude, On a theme of Orlando Gibbons (Song 34) – Stanford
Three in One, and One in Three – Cape Town
Bright the vision that delighted – Laus Deo

Stanford : Postlude in G, First Set No V (Op 101)

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Sunday, 18 June, 2006
CORPUS CHRISTI
9.30am High Mass at St Luke’s, Salt River:
(The Rev Fr David Bailey)

Thereafter Procession of the Blessed Sacrament to St Michael’s for:

Solemn Benediction:
(The Rev Fr Michael Parker)

Karg-Elert : Lauda Sion (from ‘Cathedral Windows’, Op 106)
Mendelssohn : Allegro maestoso e vivace and Fuga, from Sonata in C minor, Op 65 No 2

Tantum ergo:
Laudate Dominum:
Tantum Ergo
mode iii

Murrill : Carillon

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Sunday, 25 June, 2006
Trinity II
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Michael Parker)

S.S. Wesley : Choral Song

Propers :
Service :
Anthem :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Factus est
Ireland in C
The Lord hath been mindful of us
 – S.S. Wesley

All people that on earth do dwell – Old 100th
My God, and is thy table spread – Rockingham
The King of love my Shepherd is – Dominus regit me
O God, unseen yet ever near – St Flavian
Praise the Lord! ye heavens, adore him – Austria

Samuel Wesley : Allegro Moderato, from Voluntary in D Op 6

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Sunday, 2 July, 2006
Trinity III
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr George van Schalkwyk)

Handel : Sarabande, from Suite No 4 in D minor

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Respice in me
Missa O quam gloriosum est regnum
 – Victoria
Jesu dulcis memoria
 – Victoria

Jesus, wher’er thy people meet – Wareham
Who would true valour see – Monks Gate
Souls of men! why will ye scatter – Gott will’s machen
Blest are the pure in heart – Franconia
Immortal, invisible, God only wise – St Denio

Johann Krieger : Toccata in D major

7.00pm Solemn Evensong and Benediction:
(The Rev Fr George van Schalkwyk)

Purcell : Trumpet Tune in D

Preces :
Service :
Anthem :

Psalm :
Off Hymn :
Hymn :

O salutaris :
Tantum ergo :
Reading in A Sharpe
Purcell in G minor
Praise to God in the highest
 – Campbell

20 (Chant : Aldrich)
The duteous day now closeth – Innsbruck
Angel-voices ever singing – Angel voices

Hereford
Mode iii

Louis Vierne : Final, from 1st Symphony for Organ, Op 14

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Sunday, 9 July, 2006
Trinity IV
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr George van Schalkwyk)
(Organ: John Woodland)

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Dominus illuminatio mea
Missa L’Hora passa
 – Viadana
Cantate Domino
 – Pitoni

O God of Bethel, by whose hand – Martyrdom
Lead us, heavenly Father, lead us – Mannheim
At the name of Jesus – Evelyns
Jesu, gentlest Saviour – Eucharisticus
Now thank we all our God – Nun danket

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Sunday, 16 July, 2006
Trinity V
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr David Cherry)

Leighton : Fanfare

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Exaudi, Domine
Jackson in G
Ave verum – Saint-Saëns

When morning gilds the skies – Laudes Domini
Thou, whose almighty word – Moscow
Glorious things of thee are spoken – Abbot’s Leigh
Bread of the world in mercy broken – Genevan Psalm cxviii
City of God, how broad and far – Richmond

Franck : Choral No 3 in A minor

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Sunday, 23 July, 2006
Trinity VI
9.30am High Mass:
(The Very Rev The Dean)

Moussorgsky : Promenade, from “Pictures at an Exhibition”

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :

Rec:
Dominus fortitudo
Missa simile est regnum coelorum
 – Victoria
Adoramus te, Christe
 – Clemens non Papa

O God, our help in ages past – St Anne
Ye that know the Lord is gracious – Hyfrydol
Love divine, all loves excelling – Love divine
Il vecchio Castello, from “Pictures at an Exhibition”
 – Moussorgsky
Wherefore, O Father, we thy humble servants – Christe fons jugis
May the grace of Christ our Saviour – Waltham

C.S. Lang: Tuba Tune in D Major

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Sunday, 30 July, 2006
Trinity VII
9.30am High Mass:
(The Most Rev Njongonkulu Ndungane, Lord Archbishop of Cape Town)

Francis Jackson : The Archbishop’s Fanfare

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Introit :
Grad :
Off :
Com :

Rec :
Omnes gentes
Messe in E, Op 192 (“Misericordias Domini“) – Rheinberger
Beati quorum via
 – Stanford

Ecce sacerdos magnus
 – Elgar
Just as I am, without one plea – Misericordia
Praise to the Holiest in the height – Gerontius
Intermezzo, from Sonata No 6 in E-flat minor, Op 119
 – Rheinberger
I heard the voice of Jesus say – Kingsfold
Ye holy angels bright – Darwall’s 148th

Rheinberger: Allegro non troppo, from Sonata No 7 in F minor, Op 127

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Sunday, 6 August, 2006
THE FEAST OF THE TRANSFIGURATION
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Richard Cogill)

Malcolm Archer : Prelude: Jesu, Redemptor omnium

Propers:
Service:
Motet:

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :

Rec:
Tibi dixit
Missa O quam gloriosum
 – Victoria
Holy is the true light – Harris

O wondrous type, O vision fair – Old 100th
In days of old on Sinai – Aurelia
At the name of Jesus – Evelyns
Le Banquet Céleste
 – Messiaen
Not always on the mount may we – Puer nobis
‘Tis good, Lord, to be here! – Carlisle

Dubois : Toccata

7.00pm Solemn Evensong and Benediction:
(The Rev Fr George van Schalkwyk)

Preces:
Service:
Anthem:

Psalm :
Office Hymn :
Hymn :

O Salutaris :
Tantum ergo :
Reading in A sharpe
Gibbons Short
Hear my prayer
 – Mendelssohn

32 (Chant : Jones)
O wondrous type, O vision fair – Old 100th
Immortal, invisible, God only wise – St Denio

St Vincent
French Carol

Clarke (arr Harvey Grace) : The Prince of Denmark’s March

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Sunday, 13 August, 2006
Trinity IX
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr George van Schalkwyk)

Mendelssohn : Allegro maestoso vivace, from Sonata No 2 in C minor
 

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :

Rec :
Ecce Deus
Sumsion in F
Ave verum – Elgar

O Holy Ghost, thy people bless – St Timothy
O God of Bethel, by whose hand – Martyrdom
Come, ye faithful, raise the anthem – Unser Herrscher
Adagio, from Sonata No 2 in C minor
 – Mendelssohn.
When I survey the wondrous Cross – Rockingham
Now thank we all our God – Nun danket

Karg-Elert : Chorale-Improvisation, Nun danket alle Gott

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Sunday, 20 August, 2006
Trinity X
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr George van Schalkwyk)

Eustache du Caurroy : Une Vierge pucelle

 

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :

Rec :
Dum clamarem
Mass for three voices – Byrd
Oculi omnium
 – Wood

Praise my soul, the King of heaven – Praise, my soul
Great Shepherd of thy people, hear – Stacathro
Lord, enthroned in heavenly splendour – St Helen
Antienne, from “Mariales
 – Naji Hakim
All ye who seek for sure relief – St Bernard
Songs of praise the angels sang – Northampton

Handel (arr. Dupré) : Andante, from Organ Concerto No 1 in G minor

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Sunday, 27 August, 2006
Trinity XI
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Beverley Johnson)

Leighton : Fanfare
 

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com:

Rec:
Deus in loco sancto
Darke in E
O taste and see
 – Vaughan Williams

Praise to the Lord, the Almighty – Praxis pietatis
Lord, teach us how to pray aright – St Hugh
Crown him with many crowns – Diademata
Prélude
 – Franck
My God, I love – St Francis Xavier
City of God, how broad and far – Richmond

Mendelssohn : Fugue, from Sonata No 2 in C minor

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Sunday, 3 September, 2006
Trinity XII
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Beverley Johnson)
 

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Deus in adjutorium
Stanford in C & F
Cantate Domino – Pitoni

Conquering kings their titles take – Innocents
O for a thousand tongues to sing – Somervell
For the beauty of the earth – Dix
As pants the hart for cooling streams – Martyrdom
King of glory, King of peace – Gwalchmai

7.00pm Solemn Evensong & Benediction
 

Preces :
Service :
Anthem :

Psalm :
Office Hymn :
Hymn :
Ayleward
Stanford in C
Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace
 – S.S. Wesley

61
Abide with me; fast falls the eventide – Eventide
Father of heaven, whose love profound – Rivaulx

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Sunday, 10 September, 2006
Trinity XIII
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Michael Parker)
 

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :

Rec :
Respice, Domine
Messa a Quattro Voci (1641) – Monteverdi
Adoramus te, Christe
 – Viadana

Ye servants of the Lord – Narenza
Take up thy cross, the Saviour said – Breslau
O Jesus, I have promised – Wolvercote
Adagio, from Concerto II in A minor
 – Vivaldi (arr J.S. Bach)
Thee we adore, O hidden Saviour thee – Adoro te devote
There is a land of pure delight – Beulah

Vivaldi (arr. J.S. Bach) : Allegro, from Concerto II in A minor BWV 593

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Sunday, 17 September, 2006
Trinity XIV
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Richard Cogill)

Telemann : Trumpet Tune in D
 

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Protector noster
Sumsion in F
O Salutaris hostia – Liszt

Come, gracious Spirit, heavenly Dove – Hawkhurst
Our blest Redeemer, ere he breathed – St Cuthbert
O Worship the King all glorious above – Hanover
We pray thee, heavenly Father – Dies Dominica
Let us, with a gladsome mind – Monkland

Sumsion : Procession

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Sunday, 25 September, 2006
Trinity XV
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Richard Cogill

Trabaci : Gagliarda Quarta a 5, alla Spagnola
 

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :

Rec :
Inclina, Domine
Missa L’Hora pass
a – Viadana
O Bone Jesu
 – Palestrina

Lord of our life, and God of our salvation – Cloisters
Firmly I believe and truly – Shipston
All things bright and beautiful – All things bright and beautiful
Tento
 – Carreira
Faithful Shepherd, feed me – Pastor pastorum
Lord of beauty, thine the splendour – Regent Square

Lidon : Sonata de Primo Tono

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Friday, 29 September, 2006
THE FEAST OF ST MICHAEL AND ALL ANGELS
7.00pm High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Michael Parker)

Elgar : Introduction, from Sonata No 2 for Organ
 

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Benedicite Dominum
Missa Aeterna Christi munera
 – Palestrina
Locus iste
 – Bruckner

Christ, the fair glory of the holy angels – Rouen
Around the throne of God a band – Solothurn
All praise be to God – Hanover
In our day of thanksgiving – St Catherine’s Court
Ye holy angels bright – Darwall’s 148th

Hurford : Processional, from Suite ‘Laudate Dominum’

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Sunday, 1 October, 2006
THE SUNDAY IN THE OCTAVE OF MICHAELMAS
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr David Peters)

Pasquini : Partite sopra la Aria della Folia da Espagna
 

Propers :
Service :

Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Benedicite Dominum
Missa Brevis in C, KV 317 (“Krönungs-messe”)
 – W.A. Mozart
(Pretty Yende, Violina Anguelov, Arthur Swan, Njabulo Mthimkhulo)
Factum est silentium
 – Dering

Stars of the morning – Trisagion
Praise to God who reigns above – Xavier
Angel-voices ever singing – Angel voices
Not a thought of earthly things! – Feniton
Ye holy angels bright – Darwall’s 148th

Widor : Toccata, from Fifth Organ Symphony

7.00pm Solemn Evensong & Benediction
(The Rev Fr George van Schalkwyk)
 

Preces :
Service :
Anthem :

Psalm :
Office Hymn :
Hymn :

O Salutaris :
Tantum ergo :
Smith of Durham
Stanford in A
Behold, the tabernacle of God
 – Harris

Psalm : 24 (Chant : Crotch)
Christ, the fair glory of the holy angels – Rouen
In our day of thanksgiving – St Catherine’s Court

Hereford
French Carol

Improvisation on ‘French Carol’

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Saturday, 7 October, 2006
4.30pm Investiture Service
The Military and Hospitaller Order of Saint Lazarus of Jerusalem
(The Very Rev The Dean, Chaplain to the Order)

Hollins : A Trumpet Minuet
 

Procession :
Hymn :
Motet :
Hymn :
Hymn :
Final Amen :
Onward, Christian soldiers! – St Gertrude
Who would true valour see – Monks’ Gate
Beati quorum via
 – Stanford
Guide me, O thou great Redeemer – Cwm Rhondda
I vow to thee, my country – Thaxted
Smith of Durham

Elgar (arr Hesford) : Pomp and Circumstance March No 4
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Sunday, 8 October, 2006
Trinity XVII
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Michael Parker)

Handel : Sarabande, from Suite No 4 in D minor
 

Propers :
Service :
Anthem :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Justus es, Domine
Mass for four voices – Byrd
Ave verum
 – Byrd

Again the Lord’s own day is here – Church Triumphant
Thou, whose almighty word – Moscow
Thy hand, O God, has guided – Thornbury
Let all mortal flesh keep silence – French Carol
Forth in thy name, O Lord, I go – Song 34

Elgar (arr Hesford) : Pomp and Circumstance March No 4

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Sunday, 15 October, 2006
Trinity XVIII
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Michael Parker)
(Organ : Peter Jones)
 

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Da pacem
Missa L’hora passa
 – Viadana
O come, ye servants of the Lord – Tye

Be thou my guardian and my guide – Abridge
O Holy Spirit, Lord of Grace – Tallis
We hail thy Presence glorious – Offertorium
The King of love my Shepherd is – Dominus regit me
There is a land of pure delight – Beulah

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Sunday, 22 October, 2006
Trinity XIX
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Michael Parker)

S.S. Wesley : Choral Song
 

Propers:
Service:
Motet:

Int:
Grad:
Off:
Com:
Rec:
Salus populi
Missa Simile est regnum coelorum
 – Victoria
Hide not thou thy face from us, O Lord – Farrant

All people that on earth do dwell – Old 100th
Thou art the way: by thee alone – St James
All creatures of our God and King – Easter Song
O My Saviour, lifted from the earth for me – North Coates
He wants not friends that hath thy love – Cameronian Midnight Hymn

S.S. Wesley : Fugue

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Sunday, 29 October, 2006
Trinity XX
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Michael Parker)

Boyce : Voluntary in A minor
 

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Omnia quae fecisti
Jackson in G
Oculi omnium – Wood

Through all the changing scenes of life – Wiltshire
King of Glory, King of peace – Gwalchmai
My God, how wonderful thou art – Westminster
My God, and is thy table spread – Rockingham
Ye servants of the Lord – Narenza

Franck : Pièce Héroïque

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Sunday, 5 November, 2006
Trinity XXI
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Richard Cogill)

Thewes : Trumpet Tune in D
 

Propers :
Service :
Anthem :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Si iniquitates
Missa O quam gloriosum est regnum
 – Victoria
Holy is the true light – Harris

God moves in a mysterious way – London New
Soldiers of Christ, arise – St Ethelwald
O what their joy and their glory must be – O quanta qualia
Sing Alleluia forth in duteous praise – St Sebastian
Who are these like stars appearing – All Saints

Thalben-Ball : Elegy

7.00pm Solemn Evensong & Benediction:
(The Rev Fr Leon van Rheede)
 

Preces :
Service :
Anthem :

Psalm :
Office Hymn :
Hymn :

O Salutaris :
Tantum ergo :
Ayleward
Noble in B minor
O what their joy
 – Harris

149 (Chant : Walmisley)
569
527

Hereford
Tantum Ergo

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Sunday, 12 November, 2006
Trinity XXII
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Richard Cogill)

Walton : Spitfire March
 

Propers:
Service:
Motet:

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Si iniquitates
Ireland in C
Let us now praise famous men
 – Vaughan Williams

O God, our help in ages past – St Anne
My God, how wonderful thou art – Westminster
A safe stronghold our God is still – Ein’ feste Burg
Peace, perfect peace, in this dark world of sin? – Song 46
I vow to thee, my country – Thaxted

Elgar (arr Harris) : Variation 9 (“Nimrod”) of the ‘Enigma Variations’, Op 36

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Sunday, 19 November, 2006
Trinity XXIII
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Richard Cogill)

Archer : Prelude, “Pange Lingua”
 

Propers :
Service :
Anthem :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Dixit Dominus
The Mass of the Quiet Hour – Oldroyd
Judge Eternal – Marchant

Come, let us join our cheerful songs – Nativity
Lord, her watch thy Church is keeping – Everton
Light’s abode, celestial Salem – Regent Square
Hail, true Body, born of Mary – Standish
City of God, how broad and far – Richmond

Murrill : Carillon

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Sunday, 26 November, 2006
THE FEAST OF CHRIST THE KING
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Richard Cogill)

Boëllmann : Introduction-Choral, from Suite Gothique
 

Propers :
Service:

Anthem:

Int:
Grad:
Off:
Com:
Rec:
In throno excelso
Missa Sancti Nicolai
 – Joseph Haydn
(Pretty Yende, Violina Anguelov, Arthur Swan, Njabulo Mthimkhulo)
And the glory of the Lord – Handel

Jesus shall reign where’er the sun – Truro
Thy Kingdom come! on bended knee the passing ages pray – Irish
Hail to the Lord’s Anointed – Crüger
Let all mortal flesh keep silence – French Carol
All hail the power of Jesus’ name – Miles Lane

Boëllmann : Toccata, from Suite Gothique

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Trinitytide 2003

Sunday, 15 June, 2003
TRINITY SUNDAY
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Michael Parker)

Stanford : Prelude (Founded on an old Irish church melody) 1st Set No V

Propers:
Service:
Motet:

Int: 
Grad:
Off: 
Com:

Rec: 
Benedicta sit
Mass for three voices
– Byrd
I saw the Lord – Stainer

Father, most holy, merciful and loving – Christe sanctorum
Most ancient of all mysteries – St Flavian
I bind unto myself today – St Patrick’s Breastplate
Three in One, and One in Three – Cape Town
Praeludium Pastorale (super gamut descendens)  

Bright the vision that delighted – Laus Deo

Hollins : A Trumpet Minuet

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Sunday, 22 June, 2003
CORPUS CHRISTI
9.30am High Mass:
(with St Luke’s, Salt River)
(The Rev Canon Brian Rodford)

Mendelssohn : The War March of the Priests

Propers:
Service:
Motet:

Int:
Grad:
Off:
Com:
Proc:
Cibavit eos
Missa brevis Sti Joannis de Deo (“Kleine Orgelmesse”)
 – Haydn
Ave Verum
 – Mozart

Alleluia! sing to Jesus!
Hosanna in the highest – Hosanna in excelsis
Praise to the Holiest in the height – Gerontius
O Thou, who at thy Eucharist didst pray – Song 1
Lord, enthroned in heavenly splendour – St Helen

(Procession to, and Solemn Benediction at St Luke’s, Salt River)

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Sunday, 29 June, 2003
FEAST OF SS PETER & PAUL
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Michael Parker)

Boëllmann : Introduction-Choral, from Suite Gothique

Propers:
Service:
Anthem”

Int:
Grad:
Off:
Com:

Rec:
Mihi autem
Missa Aeterna Christi munera
 – Palestrina
Give us the wings of faith to rise – Bullock

Let all on earth their voices raise – Tallis’s Canon
Captains of the saintly band – University College
For all the saints who from their labours rest – Sine nomine
How glorious is the life above – Brockham
Widor : Adagio, from Symphonie V
The eternal gifts of Christ the King – Church Triumphant

Widor : Toccata, from Symphonie V

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Sunday, 6 July, 2003
Trinity III
9.30am High Mass:
(The Ven the Rector)

Buxtehude : Chorale Prelude, Ein feste Burg ist unser Gott

Propers:
Service:
Motet:

Int:
Grad:
Off:
Com:

Rec:
Respice in me
Missa Emendemus in melius
 – Palestrina
Jesu, dulcis memoria
 – Victoria

Be thou my guardian and my guide – Abridge
A safe stronghold our God is still – Ein’ feste Burg
Souls of men! why will ye scatter – Gott will’s machen
Buxtehude : Chorale Prelude, Gott der Vater wohn uns bei
O Thou, who at thy Eucharist didst pray – Song 1
Father, hear the prayer we offer – Marching

J.S.Bach : Toccata and Fugue in D minor, BWV 565

7.00pm Solemn Evensong and Benediction:
(The Rev Canon Brian Rodford)

Preces:
Service:
Anthem:

Psalm:
Off Hymn:
Hymn:

O Salutaris:
Tantum ergo:
Ayleward
Wood in D
The Lord hath been mindful of us
 – S.S. Wesley

20 (chant : Aldrich)
God, that madest earth and heaven – All through the night
From Greenland’s icy mountains – Aurelia

Hawkhurst
Praise my soul

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Sunday, 13 July, 2003
Trinity IV
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Michael Parker)
(Organ : Peter Jones)

Propers: 
Service:
Motet:

Int:
Grad: 
Off:
Com:
Rec:
Dominus illuminatio mea
Mass of the Quiet Hour
 – Oldroyd
Ave Verum
 – Saint-Saëns

Guide me, O thou great Redeemer – Cwm Rhondda
Put thou thy trust in God – St Michael
Angel-voices ever singing – Angel voices
Dearest Jesu, we are here – Liebster Jesu
Lord, her watch thy Church is keeping – Everton

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Sunday, 20 July, 2003
Trinity V
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Canon Brian Rodford)

Mendelssohn : Allegro assai vivace, from Sonata No 1 in F minor

Propers:
Service:
Motet:

Int:
Grad:
Off:
Com:

Rec:
Exaudi, Domine
Ireland in C
Ave Maria
 – Arcadelt

Ye that know the Lord is gracious – Hyfrydol
Blest are the pure in heart – Franconia
Praise, my soul, the King of heaven – Praise, my soul
Grave and Adagio, from Sonata No 2 in C minor
 – Mendelssohn
O Jesu, blessed Lord, to thee – Morning Hymn
Ye holy angels bright – Darwall’s 148th

Mendelssohn : Allegro maestoso e vivace and Fugue, from Sonata No 2 in C minor

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Sunday, 27 July, 2003
Trinity VI
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Michael Parker)

Howells : Dalby’s Fancy

Propers:
Service:
Motet:

Int:
Grad:
Off:
Com:

Rec:
Dominus fortitudo
Mass for four voices
 – Byrd
Oculi omnium
 – Wood

My God, how wonderful thou art – Westminster
Put thou thy trust in God – St Michael
Love divine, all loves excelling – Love Divine
Sleep Song, from Hansel und Gretel – Humperdinck
Thou didst leave thy throne and thy kingly crown – Margaret
Immortal, invisible, God only wise – St Denio

Howells : Master Tallis’s Testament

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Sunday, 3 August, 2003
Trinity VII
9.30am High Mass:
(The Ven the Rector)

Colin Hand : Paean

Propers:
Service:
Anthem:

Int:
Grad:
Off:
Com:

Rec:
Omnes gentes
Jackson in G
Like as the hart desireth the waterbrooks
 – Howells

All people that on earth do dwell – Old 100th
Just as I am, without one plea – Misericordia
Praise to the Holiest in the height – Gerontius
O Lord Jesus, I adore thee – St Thomas
“Chosen” Tune – Howells
Let us, with a gladsome mind – Monkland

Kenneth Leighton : Fanfare

7.00pm Solemn Evensong and Benediction:
(The Rev Fr Michael Parker)

Quentin Thomas : Choir’s Wandering

Preces:
Service:
Anthem:

Psalm :
Off Hymn :
Hymn :

O Salutaris :
Tantum ergo :
Tomkins
Gibbons Short Service
Haste thee, O God
 – Batten

15 (chant : Arnold)
Sun of my soul, thou Saviour dear – Abends
Through the night of doubt and sorrow – St Oswald

St Vincent
Tantum ergo

Improvisation onLaudate Dominum

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Sunday, 10 August, 2003
Trinity VIII
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Canon Brian Rodford)

Trabaci : Gagliarda Quarta a 5, alla Spagnola

Propers:
Service:
Motet:

Int:
Grad:
Off:
Com:

Rec:
Suscepimus
Missa simile est regnum coelorum
 – Victoria
O taste and see – Vaughan Williams

O God of Bethel, by whose hand – Martyrdom
Father of heaven, whose love profound – Rivaulx
O worship the King – Hanover
Meditation
 – Massenet (Solo Clarinet – Matthew Reid)
Not a thought of earthly things – Feniton
City of God, how broad and far – Richmond

Lidon :Sonata de primo tono

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Friday, 15 August, 2003
THE FEAST OF THE ASSUMPTION OF OUR BLESSED LADY
7.00pm High Mass:
(The Ven the Rector:)

Charpentier : Te Deum

Propers:
Service
Motet:

Int:
Grad:
Off:
Com:
Rec
Dives quoque inter populos
Missa Choralis
 – Liszt
Ave Maria
 – Rachmaninov

Her virgin eyes saw God incarnate born – Farley Castle
The God whom earth and sea and sky – St Ambrose
Shall we not love thee, Mother dear – St Agnes
Virgin born, we bow before thee – Genevan Psalm lxxxvi
Palms of glory, raiment bright – Palms of glory

Dubois : Toccata

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Sunday, 17 August, 2003
Trinity IX
9.30am High Mass:
(The Ven the Rector)

Mendelssohn : Adante tranquillo, from Sonata No 3 in A major

Propers: 
Service:
Motet

Int:
Grad:
Off:
Com:

Rec:
Ecce Deus
Missa Choralis
 – Liszt
Locus iste
 – Bruckner

Ye servants of God, your Master proclaim – Paderborn
Guide me, O thou great Redeemer – Cwm Rhondda
Glorious things of thee are spoken – Abbot’s Leigh
Adagio, from Sonata No 2 in C minor
 – Mendelssohn
Virgin born, we bow before thee – Genevan Psalm lxxxvi
He wants not friends that hath thy love – Cameronian Midnight Hymn

Mendelssohn : Con moto maestoso, from Sonata No 3 in A major

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Sunday, 24 August, 2003
THE FEAST OF ST BARTHOLOMEW
9.30am High Mass:

Mussorgsky: Promenade from “Pictures at an Exhibition”

Propers:
Service:
Motet:

Int:
Grad:
Off:
Com:

Rec:
Mihi autem
Sumsion in F
Comfort, O Lord, the soul of thy servant
 – Crotch

The eternal gifts of Christ the King – Church Triumphant
Captains of the saintly band – University College
Disposer supreme, and Judge of the earth – Hanover
Il Vecchio Castile, from “Pictures at an Exhibition”
 – Mussorgsky
How glorious is the life above – Brockham
Let all on earth their voices raise – Grenoble

Karg-Elert :Chorale-Improvisation,Nun danket

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Sunday, 31 August, 2003
Trinity XI
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Michael Parker)

Greene : Andante

Propers:
Service:
Motet:

Int:
Grad:
Off:
Com:

Rec:
Deus in loco sancto
Darke in E
O how amiable are thy dwellings
 – Vaughan Williams

Praise to the Lord, the Almighty – Praxis pietatis
Lord, teach us how to pray aright – St Hugh
Crown him with many crowns – Corona
My God, I love thee – St Francis Xavier
Pastorale – Hayes
Lord, her watch thy Church is keeping – Everton

Handel : Minuet and Trio, from ‘The Music for the Royal Fireworks’

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Sunday, 7 September, 2003
Trinity XII
9.30am High Mass:
(The Ven the Rector)

Elgar : Introduction, from Sonata No 2 in B flat Op 87a

Propers:
Service:
Motet:

Int:
Grad:
Off:
Com:

Rec:
Deus in adjutorium
Missa O quam gloriosum
 – Victoria
O bone Jesu
 – Palestrina

Jesus, where’er thy people meet – Wareham
O for a thousand tongues to sing – Somervell
Angel-voices, ever singing – Angel voices
Tambourin
 – Corrette
O happy band of pilgrims – Kocher
Hosanna in the highest – Hosanna in excelsis

Lang : Tuba Tune in D major

THE FEAST OF THE NATIVITY OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY
7.00pm Solemn First Evensong and Benediction
(The Ven the Rector)
(Organ : John Birch)

Mendelssohn : Allegretto, from Sonata No 4 in B flat

Preces:
Service:
Anthem: 

Psalm:
Off hymn:
Hymn:

O Salutaris :
Tantum ergo :
Tomkins
Sumsion in G
Ave Maria
 – Rachmaninov

65 (Garratt)
The God whom earth and sea and sky – St Ambrose
Ye who own the faith of Jesus – Daily, daily

Hereford
Tantum ergo

Mendelssohn : Allegro maestoso e vivace, from Sonata No 4 in B flat

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Sunday, 14 September, 2003
Trinity XIII
9.30am High Mass:
(The Ven the Rector)

Handel : March, from ‘Scipio’

Propers:
Service:
Motet:

Int:
Grad:
Off:
Com:

Rec:
Respice, Domine
Mass for three voices
 – Byrd
Call to remembrance, O Lord – Farrant

Ye servants of the Lord – Narenza
Take up thy cross, the Saviour said – Breslau
Love divine, all loves excelling – Love Divine
Air, from ‘Water Music’ – Handel
Bread of the world in mercy broken – Genevan Psalm cxviii
All hail the power of Jesus’ name! – Miles Lane

Wesley : Gavotte, from ‘12 Short Pieces’

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Sunday, 21 September, 2003
THE FEAST OF ST MATTHEW
9.30am High Mass :
(The Ven the Rector)

C.S. Lang :Fanfare

Propers:
Service:
Motet:

Int:
Grad:
Off:
Com:

Rec:
Beatus vir
Missa O quam gloriosum
 – Victoria
Holy is the true light – Harris

The eternal gifts of Christ the King – Church Triumphant
He sat to watch o’er customs paid – Ely
Let all on earth their voices raise – Lasst uns erfreuen
Chorale Prelude, O wie selig seid ihr doch, ihr Frommen – Brahms
How beauteous are their feet – Venice
Spirit of Jesus, who didst move – Song 34

Murrill : Carillon

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Sunday, 28 September, 2003
Trinity XV
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Canon Brian Rodford)

Bassani : Sonata per Organo

Propers:
Service:
Motet:

Int:
Grad:
Off:
Com:

Rec:
Inclina, Domine
Messa a Quattro Voci (1641)
 – Monteverdi
Cantate Domino
 – Pitoni

Lord of our life, and God of our salvation – Cloisters
Firmly I believe and truly – Shipston
All things bright and beautiful – All things bright and beautiful
O Lord Jesus, I adore thee – St Thomas
Adagio, from Concerto in A minor – Vivaldi, arr Bach BWV593

City of God, how broad and far – Richmond

Bach : Allegro, from Concerto in A minor – Vivaldi, arr Bach BWV 593

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Monday, 29 September, 2003
THE FEAST OF ST MICHAEL & ALL ANGELS
7.00pm High Mass:
(Celebrant : The Ven the Rector; Preacher : The Rev Fr David Bailey)

Hollins : A Trumpet Minuet

Propers:
Service:

Motet:

Int:
Grad:
Off:
Com:
Rec:
Benedicite Dominum
Missa Brevis in C
, K.259 (Orgelsolomesse)
 – Mozart
(Soloists: Andrea Catzel, Viulina Anguelov, Nic de Jager, Brad Liebl)
Ave Verum
 – Mozart

Christ the fair glory – Christe sanctorum
Stars of the morning – Trisagion
All praise be to God – Hanover
In our day of thanksgiving – St Catherine’s Court
Ye holy angels bright

Vierne : Finale, from 1st Organ Symphony in D minor, Op 14

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Sunday, 5 October, 2003
THE SUNDAY IN THE OCTAVE OF MICHAELMAS
TRINITY XVI
9.30am High Mass:
(The Very Rev The Dean)

Propers:
Service:
Motet:

Int:
Grad:
Off:
Com:
Rec:
Benedicite Dominum
Wilson in D
Behold, the tabernacle of God
 – Harris

Christ, the fair glory – Christe sanctorum
We love the place, O God – Quam dilecta
Angel-voices. ever singing – Angel voices
Not a thought of earthly things! – Feniton
Ye holy angels bright – Darwall’s 146th

Clarke: The Prince of Denmark’s March (arr Harvey Grace)

7.00pm Solemn Evensong & Benediction:
(The Rev Canon Brian Rodford)

Preces:
Service:
Anthem:

Psalm:
Off Hymn:
Hymn:

O Salutaris :
Tantum Ergo: 
Smith of Durham
C.V. Stanford in C
Factum est silentium
 – Dering

122 (Chant : Robinson)
Christ, the fair glory – Christe sanctorum
Ye holy angels bright – Darwall’s 146th

Hereford
Westminster Abbey

 Boellmann : Toccata, from ‘Suite Gothique’, Op 25

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Sunday, 12 October, 2003
Trinity XVII
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev The Canon Precentor)

Anon (18th c) : Adagio

Propers:
Service:
Anthem:

Int:
Grad:
Off:
Com:
Rec:
Justus es, Domine
Jackson in G
Praise to God in the highest
 – S.S. Campbell

New every morning is the love – Melcombe
Blest are the pure in heart – Franconia
Thy hand, O God, has guided – Thornbury
Jesu, gentlest Saviour – Eucharisticus
Forth in thy name, O Lord, I go – Song 34

S.S. Wesley : Choral Song and Fugue

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Sunday, 19 October, 2003
Trinity XVIII
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Michael Parker)

John Redford : Hymnus, Eterne Rex Altissime

Propers:
Service:
Motet:

Int:
Grad:
Off:
Com:
Rec:
Da pacem
Missa Emendemus
 – Palestrina
Adoramus Te
 – Clemens non Papa

Be thou my guardian and my guide – Abridge
Come, gracious Spirit, heavenly Dove – Hawkhurst
The King of love my Shepherd is – Dominus regit me
I heard the voice of Jesus say – Kingsfold
Lord, her watch thy Church is keeping – Everton

Thalben- Ball : Elegy

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Sunday, 26 October, 2003
Trinity XIX
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Michael Parker)

Archer : Prelude on Sol praeceps rapitur

Propers:
Service:
Motet:

Int:
Grad:
Off:
Com:

Rec:
Salus populi
Missa L’Hora passa
 – Viadana
Adoramus Te, Christe
 – Viadana

Lead us, heavenly Father, lead us – Mannheim
Thou art the way, by thee alone – St James
All creatures of our God and King – Easter Song
Prelude on Adoro te, devote – Archer
O my Saviour, lifted – North Coates
Three in One, and One in Three – Cape Town

Walton : Crown Imperial (Coronation March, 1937) (arr Murrill)

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Sunday, 2 November, 2003
Trinity XX
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Canon Brian Rodford)

Walton : Spitfire Prelude, from The First of the Few

Propers:
Service:
Motet:

Int:
Grad:
Off:
Com:
Rec:
Omnia quae fecisti
Darke in E
Cantique de Jean Racine
 – Faure

Through all the changing scene of life – Wiltshire
King of glory, King of peace – Gwalchmai
Son of God, eternal Saviour – Everton
My God, and is thy table spread – Rockingham
Let all the world in every corner sing – Luckington

Elgar : “Nimrod”, from Enigma Variations

7.00pm Solemn Evensong & Benediction:

Preces:
Service:
Anthem:

Psalm:
Off Hymn:
Hymn:

O Salutaris:
Tantum ergo:
Smith of Durham
Noble in B minor
O what their joy
 – Harris

126 (Chant : Garratt)
O heavenly Jerusalem – St Alphege
Who are these like stars appearing – All Saints

Hereford
Tantum ergo

Purcell : Trumpet Tune

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Monday, 3 November, 2003
COMMEMORATION OF ALL SOULS
7.00pm Solemn Requiem Mass:
(The Ven the Rector)

Improvisation on ‘Dundee’

Propers:
Service:
Motet:

Int:
Grad:
Off:
Com:
Requiem aeternam
Requiem in D minor
, Op 194 – Rheinberger
Justorum animae
 – C.V. Stanford

Let saints on earth in concert sing – Dundee
They whose course on earth is o’er – Vienna
The King of love my Shepherd is – Dominus regit me
Thine for ever! God of love – Newington

Bach : Fugue in E flat BWV 552 (“St Anne”)

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Sunday, 9 November, 2003
Trinity XXI
(Remembrance Sunday; Confirmations)
(The Rt Rev Charles Albertyn)

Leighton : Fanfare

Propers:
Service:
Motet:

Int:
Grad:
Confirm:
Off:
Com:

Rec:
In voluntate tua
Ireland in C
Let us now praise famous men
 – Vaughan Williams

Ecce Sacerdos
 – Elgar
Soldiers of Christ, arise – St Ethelwald
Come, Holy Ghost, our souls inspire – Veni, creator Spiritus
Once pledged by the Cross – Paderborn
Adagio, from Violoncello Concerto
 – Elgar (arr Murray)
O God, our help in ages past – St Anne
I vow to thee, my country – Thaxted

Elgar (arr Hesford) : Pomp and Circumstance March, No 4 in G major

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Sunday, 16 November, 2003
Trinity XXII
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Canon Brian Rodford)

C.S. Lang : Fanfare

Propers:
Service:
Motet:

Int:
Grad:
Off:
Com:

Rec:
Si iniquitates
Mass for four voices
 – Byrd
Ave verum
 – Elgar

God of mercy, God of grace – Heathlands
Ye that know the Lord is gracious – Hyfrydol
My God, how wonderful thou art – Westminster
Prelude – Franck
Jesu, gentlest Saviour – Eucharisticus
Hosanna in the highest – Hosanna in excelsis

Cocker : Tuba Tune

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Sunday, 23 November, 2003
THE FEAST OF CHRIST THE KING
10.00am High Mass:
(The Ven the Rector)

Boëllmann : Choral, from Douze Pièces

Propers:
Service:
Anthem:

Int:
Grad:
Off:
Com:
Rec:
In throno excelso
Missa Brevis in C
, K.317 (“Krönungsmesse“)
 – Mozart
And the glory of the Lord – Handel

Jesus shall reign where’er the sun – Truro
King of glory, King of peace – Gwalchmai
At the name of Jesus – Evelyns
Let all mortal flesh keep silence – French Carol
The head that once was crowned – St Magnus

Widor : Toccata, from Symphonie V pour orgue

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Trinitytide 2004

Sunday, 6 June, 2004
TRINITY SUNDAY
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Michael Parker)

Nielsen : Prelude in E major, Op 59 No 3

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Benedicta sit
Mass for four voices
 – Byrd
Hymn to the Trinity – Tchaikovsky

Holy, Holy, Holy – Nicaea
Most ancient of all mysteries – St Flavian
Father most holy, merciful and loving – Christe sanctorum
Three in One, and One in Three – Cape Town
Bright the vision that delighted – Laus Deo

Preston : Alleluyas

7.00pm Solemn Evensong and Benediction:
(The Ven the Rector)

Stanford : Prelude, On a Theme of Orlando Gibbons (Set 2 No II)

Preces :
Service :
Anthem :

Psalm :
Off Hymn :
Hymn :

O Salutaris :
Tantum ergo :
Smith of Durham
Wood in D
I saw the Lord
 – Stainer

115 (Chant : Knight)
Father most holy, merciful and loving – Christe sanctorum
I bind unto myself today – St Patrick’s Breastplate

Hereford
Tantum ergo

Stanford : Postlude in G, First Set No V

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Sunday, 13 June, 2004
CORPUS CHRISTI
Mass at St Luke’s Salt River,
followed by Procession to St Michael’s for:

ca. 11.30am Solemn Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament:

C.V. Stanford : Prelude in F major, First Set, No IV
C.V. Stanford : Prelude in G major, Second Set, No II

O Salutaris : St Vincent
Tantum ergo : Tantum ergo
Laudate Dominum
 : Mozart

Handel (arr Dupré) : Finale from Organ Concerto No 1 in G minor

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Sunday, 20 June, 2004
Trinity II
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Michael Parker)

Propers:
Service:
Motet:

Int:
Grad: 
Off:
Com:
Rec:
Factus est
Messa a Quattro Voci (1641)
 – Monteverdi
Oculi omnium
 – Wood

All people that on earth do dwell – Old 100th
My God, and is thy table spread – Rockingham
Deck thyself, my soul, with gladness – Schmücke dich
Lead us, heavenly Father, lead us – Mannheim
Praise the Lord! ye heavens, adore him – Austria

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Sunday, 27 June, 2004
Trinity III
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Michael Parker)

S.S. Wesley : Holsworthy Church Bells

Propers :
Service : 
Motet :

Int : 
Grad :
Off :
Com :

Rec :
Respice in me
Sumsion in F
Ave verum
 – Elgar

Be thou my guardian and my guide – Abridge
Blest are the pure in heart – Franconia
Souls of men! why will ye scatter – Gott will’s machen
O Thou, who at thy Eucharist didst pray – Song 1
Adagio, from the Violoncello Concerto – Elgar (arr Murray)
Oft in danger, oft in woe – University College

Sumsion : Procession

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Sunday, 4 July, 2004
Trinity IV
9.30am High Mass:
(The Ven the Rector)
(Organ : Peter Jones

Propers: 
Service:
Motet: 

Int: 
Grad: 
Off: 
Com:
Rec: 
Dominus illuminatio mea
Mass of the Quiet Hour –
 Oldroyd
Jesu, dulcis memoria
 – Victoria

Guide me, O thou great Redeemer – Cwm Rhondda
Put thou thy trust in God – St Michael
Angel-voices ever singing – Angel voices
Dearest Jesu, we are here – Liebster Jesu
Lord, her watch thy Church is keeping – Everton

7.00pm Solemn Evensong and Benediction

Preces:
Service: 
Anthem:

Psalm: 
Off Hymn: 
Hymn:
Ayelward
Carolus Andreas Fauxbourdons
Locus iste
 – Bruckner

23
Before the ending of the day – Te lucis
Jerusalem the golden – Ewing

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Sunday, 11 July, 2004
Trinity V
9.30am High Mass:
(The Ven the Rector)
(Organ: Peter Jones)

Propers:
Service:
Motet:

Int: 
Grad: 
Off: 
Com:
Rec:
Exaudi, Domine
Mass for three voices
 – Byrd
Call to remembrance, O Lord – Farrant

O God of Bethel, by whose hand – Martyrdom
Take my life and let it be – Culbach
Thy hand, O God, has guided – Thornbury
How glorious is the life above – Brockham
Eternal Father, strong to save – Melita

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Sunday, 18 July, 2004
Trinity VI
9.30 am High Mass:
(The Ven the Rector)

S.S. Wesley : Choral Song

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :

Rec : 
Dominus fortitudo
Ireland in C
Ave verum
 – Saint-Saëns

Ye that know the Lord is gracious – Hyfrydol
May the grace of Christ our Saviour – Waltham
Love divine, all loves excelling – Love Divine
Pieds-en-l’Air, from the “Capriol Suite”
 – Warlock (arr. Roper)
Wherefore, O Father, we thy humble servants – Christe fons jugis
Fling out the banner! let it float – Duke Street

S.S. Wesley : Fugue

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Sunday, 25 July, 2004
THE FEAST OF ST JAMES, APOSTLE AND MARTYR
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Michael Parker)

Karg-Elert : Chorale-Improvisation, Freu dich sehr, O meine Seele

Propers :
Service :
Anthem :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :

Rec :
Mihi autem
Missa L’Hora passa
 – Viadana
Holy is the true light – Harris

Let all on earth their voices raise – Grenoble
For all thy saints, a noble throng – St James
Disposer supreme, and Judge of the earth – Hanover
Intermezzo from Sonata No 6 – Rheinberger
Let saints on earth in concert sing – Dundee
Captains of the saintly band – University College

 Murrill : Carillon

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Sunday, 1 August, 2004
THE FEAST OF ST PETER’S CHAINS
9.30am High Mass:
(The Ven the Rector)

Buxtehude : Fuge in C (“Jig”) BuxWV 174

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad : 
Off : 
Com :

Rec :
Nunc scio
Messe in E, Op 192
 (“Misericordias Domini”) – Rheinberger
Beati quorum via
 – Stanford

The eternal gifts of Christ the King – Church Triumphant
Thou art the Christ, O Lord – Love Unknown
For all the saints – Sine Nomine
Intermezzo, from Sonata No 4 in A minor
 – Rheinberger
Forsaken once, and thrice denied – Misericordia
Palms of glory, raiment bright – Palms of glory

Rheinberger : Allegro non troppo, from Sonata No 7 in F minor

7.00pm Solemn Evensong & Benediction
(The Rev Fr Michael Parker)

Purcell : Rondeau, from ‘Abdelazer’ (arr Christopher Morris)

Preces :
Service :
Anthem :

Psalm : 
Off Hymn :
Hymn :

O Salutaris :
Tantum ergo: 
Clucas
Noble in B minor
Give us the wings of faith
 – Bullock

3 (Chant: Gauntlett)
The eternal gifts of Christ the King – Church Triumphant
Thou art the Christ, O Lord – Love Unknown

Hereford
Westminster Abbey

Cocker : Tuba Tune

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Sunday, 8 August, 2004
Trinity IX
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Beverley Johnson)

Rembt : Fughetta in C

Propers :
Service :
Motet : 

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Ecce Deus
Wilson in D
O taste and see
 – Vaughan Williams

Spirit divine, attend our prayers – Stracathro
Guide me, O thou great Redeemer – Cwm Rhondda
Glorious things of thee are spoken – Abbot’s Leigh
O my Saviour, lifted – North Coates
Let all the world in every corner sing – Luckington

Karg-Elert : Chorale-Improvisation, Ich dank dir, lieber Herre

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Sunday, 15 August, 2004
THE FEAST OF THE ASSUMPTION OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Richard Cogill )

Boëllmann : Introduction Choral, from Suite Gothique

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :

Rec :
Gaudeamus
Missa simile est regnum coelorum
 – Victoria
Ave Maria
 – Rachmaninov

The God whom earth and sea and sky – St Ambrose
Her Virgin eyes saw God incarnate born – Farley Castle
Shall we not love thee, Mother dear – St Agnes
Prière à Notre-Dame, from Suite Gothique – Boëlmann

Virgin-born, we bow before thee – Genevan Psalm lxxxvi
Ye holy angels bright – Darwall’s 148th

Boëllmann : Menuet gothique, from Suite Gothique

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Sunday, 22 August, 2004
Trinity XI
9.30am High Mass:
(The Very Rev the Dean)

Walond : Siciliano

Propers:
Service :
Motet : 

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Deus in loco sancto
Mass for three voices
 – Byrd
Cantate Domino
 – Pitoni

Praise, my soul, the King of heaven – Praise my soul
Lord, teach us how to pray aright – St Hugh
Love divine, all loves excelling – Love Divine
Faithful Shepher, feed me – Pastor pastorum
Lord, her watch thy Church is keeping – Everton

Johnson : Trumpet Tune (Homage to the 18th Century)

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Sunday, 29 August, 2004
Trinity XII
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Richad Cogill)

Archer : Pange lingua. from Six Plainsong Preludes

Propers:
Service:
Motet:

Int:
Grad:
Off:
Com:

Rec:
Deus in adjutorium
Jackson in G
The Lord hath been mindful of us
 – S.S. Wesley

Jesus, where’er thy people meet – Wareham
O for a thousand tongues to sing – Somervell
Lift up your hearts! – Woodlands
Adoro te, devote, from Six Plainsong Preludes
 – Archer
Bread of heaven, on thee we feed – Bread of heaven
Hosanna in the highest – Hosanna in excelsis

Elgar : Pomp and Circumstance March, No 4 in G

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Sunday, 5 September, 2004
Trinity XIII
9.30am High Mass:
(The Ven the Rector)

Karg-Elert : Chorale-Improvisation, Alles ist an Gottes Segen

Propers :
Service :
Anthem :

Int :
Grad : 
Off : 
Com :
Rec :
Respice, Domine
Mass for three voices
 – Byrd
Jesu, joy of man’s desiring – J.S. Bach

Ye servants of the Lord – Narenza
Ye that know the Lord is gracious- Hyfrydol
Love divine, all loves excelling – Love Divine
Bread of the world in mercy broken – Genevan Psalm cxviii
Teach me, my God and King – Sandys

C.S. Lang : Tuba Tune in D major

7.00pm Solemn Evensong & Benediction
(The Ven the Rector)

Preces :
Service :
Anthem :

Psalm :
Off Hymn : 
Hymn : 

O Salutaris :
Tantum ergo :
Clucas
C.V. Stanford in G
Evening Hymn
 – Balfour Gardiner

67 (Chant : Nares)
The duteous day now closeth – Innsbruck
Jerusalem the golden – Ewing

Hereford
Tantum ergo

Franck : Pièce Héroïque

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Sunday, 12 September, 2004
Trinity XIV
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Michael Parker)

Elgar : Introduction, from Sonata No 2 in B flat, Op 87a

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :

Rec :
Protector noster
Sumsion in F
Ave verum
 – Elgar

Come, gracious Spirit, heavenly Dove – Hawkhurst
O thou who camest from above – Hereford
We hail thy presence glorious – Offertorium
Praeludium Pastorale (super gamut descendens)
 – Stainer
O Lord Jesus, I adore thee – St Thomas
Let us with a gladsome mind – Monkland

Hollins : A Trumpet Minuet

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Tuesday, 14 September, 2004
HOLY CROSS DAY
7.00pm High Mass
(The Ven Barrie Hodgin –
on the 25th anniversary of his ordination to the priesthood;
coram The Rt Rev Christopher Gregorowski, Bishop of Table Bay)

Walford Davies : Solemn Melody

Propers:
Service:
Motets:



Int : 
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Nos autem gloriari
Missa O quam gloriosum
 – Victoria
If ye love me – Tallis
Sacerdotes Domini
 – Byrd
Inclyta, et Virgo pia
 – trad. Tyrolean

Praise to the Lord, the Almighty – Praxis pietatis
O Thou who camest from above – Hereford
Lift up your hearts! – Woodlands
Once, only once, and once for all – Albano
Immortal, invisible, God only wise – St Denio

Widor : Toccata, from Fifth Organ Symphony

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Sunday, 19 September, 2004
Trinity XV
9.30am High Mass:
(The Ven the Rector)

J.S.Bach : Chorale, Sei gegrüsset, Jesu gütig

Propers :
Service :
Motet : 

Int :
Grad:
Off :
Com : 

Rec :
Inclina, Domine
Mass of the Quiet Hour
 – Oldroyd
Jesu, dulcis memoria
 – Victoria

Lord of our life, and God of our salvation – Cloisters
Firmly I believe and truly – Shipston
For the beauty of the earth – Dix
Dearest Jesu, we are here – Liebster Jesu
Chorale Preludes on Liebster Jesu, wir sind hier – J.S. Bach
City of God, how broad and far – Richmond

J.S.Bach : Variations X and XI on Sei gegrüsset, Jesu gütig

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Sunday, 26 September, 2004
Trinity XVI
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Michael Parker)

de Sousa Carvalho : Allegro

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :

Rec :
Miserere mihi
Missa L’hora passa
 – Viadana
Adoramus te, Christe
 – Viadana

The Church of God a kingdom is – University
Just as I am, without one plea – Misericordia
Immortal love, for ever full – Bishopthorpe
Cançao
 – Yepes
O Lord Jesus, I adore thee – St Thomas
Come, gracious Spirit, heavenly Dove – Hawkhurst

Lidon : Sonata de primo tono

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Wednesday, 29 September, 2004
THE FEAST OF ST MICHAEL & ALL ANGELS
7.00pm High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Richard Cogill)

Gigout : Grand Choeur Dialogue

Propers :
Service :
Motet : 

Int : 
Grad :
Off : 
Com :
Rec :
Benedicite Dominum
Missa L’hora passa
 – Viadana
Locus iste
 – Bruckner

Christ, the fair glory – Christe sanctorum
Around the throne of God – Solothurn
All praise be to God – Hanover
Let all mortal flesh keep silence – French Carol
Ye holy angels bright – Darwall’s 148th

Dubois : Toccata

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Sunday, 3 October, 2004
Trinity XVII
THE SUNDAY IN THE OCTAVE OF MICHAELMAS
9.30am High Mass:
(The Very Rev the Dean)

Rinck : Chorale Prelude, Nun Danket alle Gott

Propers :
Service : 
Antiphon :
Motet : 

Int : 
Grad :
Off :
Com : 
Rec :
Benedicite Dominum
Darke in E
This is the offering
 – Clark
Factum est silentium
 – Dering

Blessed city, heavenly Salem – Westminster Abbey
Songs of praise the angels sang – Northampton
Angel-voices ever singing – Angel voices
In our day of thanksgiving – St Catherine’s Court
Ye holy angels bright – Darwall’s 148th

Guilmant : Grand Choeur en Re majeur (alla Handel)


7.00pm Solemn Evensong and Benediction
(The Ven the Rector)

Preces :
Service :
Anthem :

Psalm : 
Off Hymn :
Hymn : 

O Salutaris:
Tantum ergo :
Tomkins
Murrill in E
O how amiable are thy dwellings
 – Vaughan Williams

122
Christ, the fair glory – Christe sanctorum
Ye that know the Lord is gracious – Hyfrydol

St Vincent
French Carol

Clarke : The Prince of Denmark’s March

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Sunday, 10 October, 2004
Trinity XVIII
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Michael Parker)

Widor : Adagio, from Symphonie No 5

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :

Rec :
Da pacem
Ireland in C
Set me as a seal upon thy heart
 – Walton

O worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness – Was lebet
O Holy Ghost, thy people bless – St Timothy
The God of Abraham praise – Leoni
Prelude
 – Franck
I heard the voice of Jesus say – Kingsfold
Lord, her watch thy Church is keeping – Everton

Thalben- Ball : Elegy

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Sunday, 17 October, 2004
Trinity XIX
9.30am High Mass:
(The Ven the Rector)

Brahms : Chorale Prelude, O Gott, du frommer Gott

Propers:
Service:
Motet:

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Salus populi
Mass for four voices
 – Byrd
Prevent us, O Lord – Byrd

Come, let us join our cheerful songs – Nativity
Thou art the way; by thee alone – St James
All creatures of our God and King – Easter Song
O my Saviour, lifted – North Coates
He wants not friends – Cameronian Midnight Hymn

Mathias : Postlude

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Sunday, 24 October, 2004
Trinity XX
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Michael Parker)

Schumann : Canon II in G major

Propers:
Service:
Motet: 

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :

Rec :
Omnia quae fecisti
Wilson in D
O bone Jesu
 – Palestrina

Through all the changing scenes of life – Wiltshire
King of glory, King of peace – Gwalchmai
Son of God, eternal Saviour – Everton
Pastorale, from Sonata No 1 in D minor
 – Guilmant
My God, and is thy table spread – Rockingham
O praise ye the Lord ! – Laudate Dominum

S.S. Wesley – Choral Song and Fugue

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Sunday, 31 October, 2004
Trinity XXI
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Michael Parker)

Stanford : Prelude in F, First Set No IV

Propers:
Service:
Motet:

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :

Rec :
In voluntate tua
C.V. Stanford in C & F (Kyrie arr. Irish)
Ave verum
 – Elgar

Lord of beauty, thine the splendour – Regent Square
Soldiers of Christ, arise – St Ethelwald
A safe stronghold our God is still – Ein’ feste Burg
Sicilienne
 – Fauré (Matthew Reid, clarinet)
Blest are the pure in heart – Franconia
Praise to the Lord, the Almighty – Lobe den Herrn

Stanford : Postlude in G, First Set No V

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Tuesday, 2 November, 2004
COMMEMORATION OF ALL SOULS
7.00pm Solemn Requiem Mass:
(The Rev Fr Michael Parker)

Improvisation on ‘Dundee’

Propers:
Service: 
Motet:

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Requiem aeternam
Requiem Mass in D minor
 – Rheinberger
Thou knowest, Lord – Purcell

Let saints on earth in concert sing – Dundee
Peace, perfect peace, in this dark world of sin? – Song 46
They whose course on earth is o’er – Vienna
Wherefore, O Father, we thy humble servants – Christe fons jugis
Immortal, invisible, God only wise – St Denio

Improvisation on ‘St Denio’

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Sunday, 7 November, 2004
Trinity XXII
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Michael Parker)

Intonatio Sexti Toni – Scherer

Propers:
Service: 
Motet:

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :

Rec : 
Si iniquitates
Missa O quam gloriosum – Victoria
O quam gloriosum
 – Victoria

Ten thousand times ten thousand – Alford
Just as I am, without one plea – Misericordia
Who are these like stars appearing – All Saints
Siciliano from Concerto Op 3, No 11
 – Vivaldi arr Bach
Wherefore, O Father, we thy humble servants – Christe fons jugis
There is a land of pure delight – Beulah

Guilmant : Postlude in F

7.00pm Solemn Evensong and Benediction

Prelude – Parry

Preces:
Service:
Anthem

Psalm :
Off Hymn :
Hymn :

O Salutaris :
Tantum ergo :
Tomkins
Blair in B minor
O what their joy
 – Harris

133 (Chant: Tallis)
O heavenly Jerusalem – St Alphege
Who are these like stars appearing – All Saints

Hereford
Tantum ergo

Grand Choeur – Faulkes

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Sunday, 14 November, 2004
Trinity XXIII
9.30am High Mass:
(The Ven the Rector)

Leighton : Fanfare

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Dicit Dominus
Sumsion in F
Let us now praise famous men
 – Vaughan Williams

O God, our help in ages past – St Anne
City of God, how broad and far – Richmond
All things bright and beautiful – All things
Hail, true Body, born of Mary – Standish
I vow to thee, my country – Thaxted

Elgar : Variation 9 (“Nimrod”) of the ‘Variations on an OriginalTheme’, Op 36

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Sunday, 21 November, 2004
THE FEAST OF CHRIST THE KING
10.00am High Mass:
(Celebrant : The Rev Fr Michael Parker; Preacher : The Rev Dr Luke Stubbs)

Purcell (arr. Christopher Morris) : Rondeau, from ‘Abdelazer’

Propers:
Service: 

Motet:

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
In throno excelso
Missa Brevis in F (“Jugendmesse“) – Haydn
(Soloists : Marion Roberts, Violina Anguelov)
And the glory of the Lord – Handel

Jesus shall reign where’er the sun – Truro
King of glory, King of peace – Gwalchmai
Hail to the Lord’s Anointed – Crüger
Not a thought of earthly things! – Feniton
All hail the power of Jesus’ name – Miles Lane

Clarke (arr. Harvey Grace) : The Prince of Denmark’s March

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Trinitytide 2005

Sunday, 22 May, 2005
TRINITY SUNDAY
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Michael Parker)

Elgar : Introduction, from Sonata No 2 in B flat, Op 87a

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Benedicta sit
Ireland in C
Hymn to the Trinity
 – Tchaikovsky

Holy, Holy, Holy – Nicaea
Most ancient of all mysteries – St Flavian
I bind unto myself today – St Patrick’s Breastplate
Three in One, and One in Three – Cape Town
Bright the vision that delighted – Laus Deo

Stanford : Postlude in G, First Set No V (Op 101)

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Sunday, 29 May, 2005
CORPUS CHRISTI
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Michael Parker)

Hollins : A Trumpet Minuet

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int:
Grad:
Off:
Com:

Proc:
Cibavit eos
Messe in E (“Misericordias Domini”)
 – Rheinberger
Ave Verum
 – Mozart

Hosanna in the highest – Hosanna in excelsis
My God, and is thy table spread – Rockingham
Lord, enthroned in heavenly splendour – St Helen
O Thou, who at thy Eucharist didst pray – Song 1
Post Communionem, from In Festo Corporis Christi
 – Anton Heiller
Alleluia! sing to Jesus! – Hyfrydol

Procession of the Blessed Sacrament to St Luke’s for
Solemn Benediction:
(The Rev Fr David Bailey

Praeludium Pastorale (super gamut descendens) – Stainer

O Salutaris :
Tantum ergo:
St Vincent
Tantum Ergo

Improvisation onLauda Sion

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Sunday, 5 June, 2005
Trinity II
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Michael Parker)

Boëllmann : Introduction – Choral, from Suite Gothique

Propers :
Service :
Agnus Dei :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :

Rec :
Factus est
Darke in E
David Patrick
Oculi omnium
 – Wood

All people that on earth do dwell – Old 100th
My God, and is thy table spread – Rockingham
Son of God, eternal Saviour – Everton
Allegretto grazioso, from Second Book of Organ Pieces
 – Frank Bridge
O God, unseen yet ever near – St Flavian
Praise the Lord! ye heavens, adore him – Austria

Boëllmann : Toccata, from Suite Gothique

7.00pm Solemn Evensong and Benediction
(Induction of new Parish Council and commissioning of subdeacons)
(The Ven Fr Michael Weeder)

Karg-Elert : Chorale-Improvisation, Freu dich sehr, O meine Seele

Preces :
Service :
Anthem :

Psalm :
Off Hymn :
Hymn :
Bernard Rose
Murrill in E
O Lorde, the maker of al thing
 – Joubert

15 (Chant : Arnold)
The day thou gavest, Lord, is ended
O Jesus, I have promised – Wolvercote

Karg-Elert : Chorale-Improvisation, Nun danket

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Sunday, 12 June, 2005
Trinity III
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Michael Parker)

J.S. Bach : Choral, Sei gegrüsset, Jesu gütig, BWV 768

Propers :
Service : 
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :

Rec :
Respice in me
Missa simile est regnum coelorum
 – Victoria
Ave verum
 – Elgar

Jesus, where’er thy people meet – Wareham
Who would true valour see – Monk’s Gate
Hail to the Lord’s Anointed – Crüger
Largo, from Winter (The Four Seasons)
 Vivaldi, arr Webb
O, for a closer walk with God – Caithness
Immortal, invisible, God only wise – St Denio

J.S. Bach :Fantasia in G minor, BWV 542

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Sunday, 19 June, 2005
Trinity IV
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Michael Parker)

J.S.Bach : Chorale Prelude, Es ist das Heil uns kommen her BWV 638

Propers: 
Service:
Motet: 

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :

Rec :
Dominus illuminatio mea
Missa Aeterna Christi munera
 – Palestrina
Be Thou my vision– Irish trad.

O God of Bethel, by whose hand – Martyrdom
Lead us, heavenly Father, lead us – Mannheim
At the name of Jesus – Evelyns
Dearest Jesu, we are here – Liebster Jesu
Adagio, from Concerto in A minor
 – Vivaldi, arr Bach BWV 593
Soldiers of Christ, arise – St Ethelwald

J.S. Bach :Variation X from Sei gegrüsset, Jesu gütig, BWV 768

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Sunday, 26 June, 2005
Trinity V
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Michael Parker)

Kenneth Leighton : Fanfare

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :

Rec :
Exaudi, Domine
Messa a Quattro Voci (1641)
 – Monteverdi
Adoramus te, Christe
 – Viadana

This is the day the Lord hath made – Bishopthorpe
Blest are the pure in heart – Franconia
Glorious things of thee are spoken – Abbot’s Leigh
Pastorale sostenuto
 – John McCabe
Bread of heaven, on thee we feed – Bread of Heaven
King of glory, King of peace – Gwalchmai

William Mathias : Processional

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Sunday, 3 July, 2005
Trinity VI
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Michael Parker)
(Organ : Allan Clapp)

Propers :
Service :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Dominus fortitudo
Missa L’Hora passa
 – Viadana

Through all the changing scenes of life – Wiltshire
My God, how wonderful thou art – Westminster
For the beauty of the earth – Dix
O my Saviour, lifted – North Coates
Fling out the banner! – Duke Street

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Sunday, 17 July, 2005
Trinity VIII
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Michael Parker)
(Organ : Peter Bebington)

Propers :
Service :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Suscepimus
Mass for three voices
 – Byrd

All people that on earth do dwell – Old 100th
Father of heaven, whose love profound – Rivaulx
Crown him with many crowns – Diademata
O Lord Jesus, I adore thee – St Thomas
Thy Kingdom come, O God – St Cecilia

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Sunday, 24 July, 2005
Trinity IX
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Michael Parker)
(Organ : Peter Bebington)

Propers :
Service :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Ecce Deus
Missa L’Hora passa
 – Viadana

O Holy Ghost, thy people bless – St Timothy
O God of Bethel, by whose hand – Martyrdom
Come ye faithful, raise the anthem – Unser Herrscher
When I survey the wondrous Cross – Rockingham
Now thank we all our God – Nun danket

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Sunday, 31 July, 2005
Trinity X
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Michael Parker)

Handel (arr Gower) : See, the conqu’ring hero comes!, from Judas Maccabeus

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :

Rec :
Dum clamarem
Ireland in C
Behold, the tabernacle of God
 – Harris

Praise, my soul, the King of heaven – Praise, my soul
Jesus, where’er thy people meet – Wareham
Love divine, all loves excelling – Love Divine
Chorale Preludes, Liebster Jesu, wir sind hier – J.S. Bach
Dearest Jesu, we are here – Liebster Jesu
Songs of praise the angels sang – Northampton

Faulkes : Grand Choeur

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Sunday, 7 August, 2005
Trinity XI
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Michael Parker)

Hurford : Processional, from Suite ‘Laudate Dominum’

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Deus in loco sancto
Jackson in G
Let all mortal flesh keep silence
 – Bairstow

Praise to the Lord, the Almighty – Lobe den Herrn
Lord, teach us how to pray aright – St Hugh
Crown him with many crowns – Diademata
O Lord Jesus, I adore thee – St Thomas
Lord, her watch thy Church is keeping – Everton

Hurford : Exurgat Deus, from Suite ‘Laudate Dominum’

7.00pm Solemn Evensong & Benediction:

Purcell (arr Gower) : First Act Tune, from ‘Dioclesian’

Preces :
Service :
Anthem :

Psalm :
Office Hymn :
Hymn :

O Salutaris :
Tantum ergo :
Ayleward
Gibbons Short Service
O, praise the Lord
 – Batten

61
Holy Father, cheer our way – Vesper
Jerusalem the golden – Ewing

Hereford
Westminster Abbey

Purcell (arr Gower) : Second Music, from ‘Dioclesian’

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Sunday, 14 August, 2005
Trinity XII
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Michael Parker)
(no organ)

Propers :
Service :
Anthem :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Deus in adjutorium
Missa l’hora passa – Viadana
Cantate Domino
 – Pitoni

Praise to the Holiest in the height – Gerontius
The God of love my Shepherd is – University
God moves in a mysterious way – London New
Bread of heaven, on thee we feed – Bread of Heaven
Lead us, heavenly Father, lead us – Mannheim

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Monday, 15 August, 2005
THE FEAST OF THE ASSUMPTION OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY
7.00pm High Mass:
(The Very Rev The Dean)

Boëllmann : Introduction Choral, from Suite Gothique

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Off :
Com :
Gaudeamus
Mass for three voices
 – Byrd
Ave Maria
 – Arcadelt

Her Virgin eyes saw God incarnate born – Farley Castle
Shall we not love thee, Mother dear – St Agnes
Virgin-born, we bow before thee – Genevan Psalm lxxxvi

Boëllmann : Menuet gothique, from Suite Gothique

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Sunday, 21 August, 2005
Trinity XIII
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Beverley Johnson)

Langlais : Virgo Maria, from Suite in Simplicitate

Propers: 
Service: 
Anthem:

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Rec :
Com :
Respice, Domine
The Mass of the Quiet Hour
 – Oldroyd
Judge eternal – Marchant

Ye servants of the Lord – Narenza
Take up thy cross – Breslau
O Jesus, I have promised – Wolvercote
Bread of the world in mercy broken – Genevan Psalm cxviii
There is a land of pure delight – Beulah

Franck : Choral No. 3 in A minor

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Sunday, 28 August, 2005
Trinity XIV
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Beverley Johnson)

Lee Williams : Allegro, from The Chimes of Gloucester Cathedral

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec:
Protector noster
Sumsion in F
Ave verum
 – Elgar

Come, gracious Spirit, heavenly Dove – Hawkhurst
Our blest Redeemer, ere he breathed – St Cuthbert
Dear Lord and Father of mankind – Repton
Thee we adore, O hidden Saviour, thee – Adoro te devote
Let us with a gladsome mind – Monkland

Sumsion : Procession

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Sunday, 4 September, 2005
Trinity XV
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Michael Parker)

Karg-Elert : Chorale-Improvisation, Freu dich sehr, O meine Seele

Propers:
Service:
Motet:

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Inclina, Domine
Wilson in D
Brother James’ Air –
 arr. Jacob

Awake, my soul, and with the sun (Pt 1 & Dox) – Morning Hymn
Firmly I believe and truly – Shipston
For the beauty of the earth – Dix
Faithful Shepherd, feed me – Pastor pastorum
City of God, how broad and far – Richmond

C.S. Lang : Tuba Tune

7.00pm Solemn Evensong & Benediction

Preces :
Service :

Psalm :
Office hymn :
Hymn:

O salutaris : 
Tantum ergo :
Byrd
Claudio Casciolini fauxbourdons

85 (Chant : Ouseley)
God, that madest earth and heaven – All through the night
Put thou thy trust in God – St Michael

Hereford
Tantum ergo

Clarke : Prince of Denmark’s March (arr Harvey Grace)

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Sunday, 11 September, 2004
Trinity XVI
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Michael Parker)

Rembt : Fughetta in D

Service :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Wilson in D

The Church of God a kingdom is – University
O for a thousand tongues to sing – Somervell
The Church’s one foundation – Aurelia
O Lord Jesus, I adore thee – St Thomas
Praise the Lord! ye heavens, adore him – Austria

Vivaldi, arr J.S. Bach : Siciliano, from Concerto No 4 in D minor 

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Sunday, 18 September, 2005
Trinity XVII
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Michael Parker)

Stanford : Prelude in F on a Theme of Orlando Gibbons (Song 34) (Set 2 No I)

Propers :
Service :
Anthem :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Justus es, Domine
C.V. Stanford in C & F(Kyrie arr. Irish)
O for a closer walk with God
 – Stanford

Again the Lord’s own day is here – Church Triumphant
Thou, whose almighty word – Moscow
Thy hand, O God, has guided – Thornbury
Let all mortal flesh keep silence – Picardy
Forth in thy name, O Lord, I go – Song 34

Stanford : Prelude in G on a Theme of Orlando Gibbons (Song 22) (Set 2 No II)

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Sunday, 25 September, 2005
Trinity XVIII
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Michael Parker)

Trabaci : Gagliarda Quarta a 5, alla Spagnola

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Da pacem
Missa L’Hora passa
 – Viadana
O bone Jesu
 – Palestrina

Be thou my guardian and my guide – Abridge
Thou art the Way: by thee alone – St James
O Worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness! – Was lebet
I heard the voice of Jesus say – Kingsfold
Immortal, invisible, God only wise – St Denio

Pasquini :Partite sopra la Aria della Folia da Espagna

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Thursday, 29 September, 2005
THE FEAST OF ST MICHAEL & ALL ANGELS
FEAST OF TITLE

7.00pm Pontifical High Mass:
(The Rt Rev Garth Counsell)

Moussorgsky : Promenade, from “Pictures at an Exhibition

Entrance :
Propers :
Service :
Motet : 

Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Ecce Sacerdos magnus – Elgar
Benedicite Dominum
Missa O quam gloriosum est regnum –
 Viadana
Locus iste
 – Bruckner

Christ, the fair glory of the holy angels – Christe sanctorum
All praise be to God – Hanover
Not a thought of earthly things! – Feniton
Ye holy angels bright – Darwall’s 148th

Widor : Toccata, from Symphonie V pour Orgue

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Sunday, 2 October, 2005
Trinity XIX
THE SUNDAY IN THE OCTAVE OF MICHAELMAS
FEAST OF TITLE

10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Michael Parker)

Purcell (arr Morris) : Rondeau from “Abdelazer

Propers :
Service : 

Motet : 

Int : 
Grad :
Off :
Com : 
Rec :
Benedicite Dominum
Missa Brevis in F (“Jugendmesse”)
 – Haydn
(Soloists : Marion Roberts, Viulina Anguelov)
Factum est silentium
 – Dering

Christ, the fair glory of the holy angels – Christe sanctorum
Stars of the morning, so gloriously bright – Trisagion
Angel-voices ever singing – Angel voices
In our day of thanksgiving – St Catherine’s Court
Ye holy angels bright – Darwall’s 148th

Mulet : Carillon-Sortie

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Sunday, 9 October, 2005
Trinity XX
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Michael Parker)

Stanley : Voluntary in G

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com:
Rec:
Omnia quae fecisti
Missa Aeterna Christi munera
 – Palestrina
Jesu, dulcis memoria
 – Victoria

Through all the changing scenes of life – Wiltshire
King of glory, King of peace – Gwalchmai
Son of God, eternal Saviour – Everton
My God, and is thy table spread – Rockingham
O Praise ye the Lord! – Laudate Dominum

Arne : Gavotte

7.00pm Solemn Evensong and Benediction:

Preces :
Service :
Anthem :

Psalm :
Off Hymn :
Hymn :

O Salutaris :
Tantum ergo:
Ayleward
Walmisley in D minor
Blessed be the God and Father –
 Wesley

126 (Chant : Garrett)
Blest Creator of the light – Vienna
Ye servants of God, your Master proclaim – Paderborn

Hereford
Pange lingua, mode iii

Improvisation on Laudate Dominum

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Sunday, 16 October, 2005
Trinity XXI
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Michael Parker)

Hurford : Processional, from Suite, ‘Laudate Dominum

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :

Rec :
In voluntate tua
Jackson in G
Set me as a seal upon thy heart
 – Walton

Lord of beauty, thine the splendour – Regent Square
Soldiers of Christ, arise – St Ethelwald
Alleluia! sing to Jesus! – Hyfrydol
Master Tallis’s Testament – Howells
Loving Shepherd of thy sheep – Buckland
Praise to the Lord, the Almighty – Lobe den Herrn

Howells : Siciliano for a High Ceremony

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Sunday, 23 October, 2005
Trinity XXII
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Michael Parker)

Handel (arr Taylor) : March from “Scipio”

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :

Rec :
Si iniquitates
Mass for four voices
 – Byrd
Ave verum
 – Byrd

Let hearts awaken, now the night is ended – Christe sanctorum
God of mercy, God of grace – Heathlands
All creatures of our God and King – Lasst uns erfreuen
Aria from “Xerxes” – Handel (arr Taylor)
Jesu, gentlest Saviour – Eucharisticus
There is a land of pure delight – Beulah

Handel (arr Blake) : Minuet and Trio, from “The Music for The Royal Fireworks”

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Sunday, 30 October, 2005
Trinity XXIII
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Michael Parker)

Karg-Elert : Chorale-Improvisation, Freu dich sehr, O meine Seele

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Dixit Dominus
Sumsion in F
Kings’ daughters were among thine honourable women
 – Handel

Lord of our life, and God of our salvation – Cloisters
City of God, how broad and far – Richmond
All things bright and beautiful – All things bright
Hail, true body, born of Mary – Standish
Now thank we all our God – Nun danket

Karg-Elert : Chorale Improvisation, Nun danket alle Gott

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Wednesday, 2 November, 2005
THE COMMEMORATION OF ALL SOULS
7.00pm Solemn Requiem Mass:
(The Rev Fr Michael Parker)

J.S.Bach : Chorale Prelude, Wenn wir in höchsten Nöthen sein

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Requiem aeternam
Missa L’Hora passa
 – Viadana
Justorum animae
 – Stanford

Let saints on earth in concert sing – Dundee
They whose course on earth is o’er – Vienna
In our day of thanksgiving one psalm let us offer – St Catherine’s Court
Immortal, invisible, God only wise – St Denio

J.S.Bach : Chorale Prelude, Alle Menschen müssen sterben

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Sunday, 6 November, 2005
Trinity XXIV
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Michael Parker)

Mendelssohn : Adagio, from Sonata No 1 in F minor

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Dixit Dominus
Messa a Quattro Voci (1641)
 – Monteverdi
Beati quorum via
 – Stanford

Who are these like stars appearing – All Saints
The Church of God a kingdom is – University
O what their joy and their glory must be – O quanta qualia
Take up thy cross, the Saviour said – Breslau
He wants not friends that hath thy love – Cameronian Midnight Hymn

Mendelssohn : Allegro maestoso e vivace, from Sonata No 2 in C minor

7.00pm Solemn Evensong and Benediction:

Preces :
Service :
Anthem :

Psalm :
Off Hymn :
Hymn :

O salutaris :
Tantum ergo :
Byrd
Collegium Regale –
 Howells
Give me the wings of faith – Leighton

134 (Chant : Tallis)
Who are these like stars appearing – All Saints
They whose course on earth is o’er – Vienna

Hereford
Pange lingua

Hurford : Exurgat Deus, from Suite ‘Laudate Dominum

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Sunday, 13 November, 2005
Trinity XXV
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Michael Parker)

Thalben-Ball : Elegy

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :

Rec :
Dixit Dominus
The Mass of the Quiet Hour
 – Oldroyd
Let us now praise famous men – Vaughan Williams

O God, our help in ages past – St Anne
The Kingdom come! on bended knee the passing ages pray – Irish
Hail to the Lord’s Anointed – Crüger
Peace, perfect peace, in this dark world of sin? – Song 46
Adagio, from Violoncello Concerto, Op 85 – Elgar (arr. Murray)
I vow to thee, my country, all earthly things above – Thaxted

Elgar (arr Harris) :Variation 9 (“Nimrod”) of the ‘Enigma Variations’, Op 36

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Sunday, 20 November, 2005
THE FEAST OF CHRIST THE KING
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Michael Parker)

Purcell (arr Coates) : Overture from, “Come, ye sons of art”

Propers :
Service :

Anthem :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
In throno excelso
Missa Brevis in C, K.259 (“Orgelsolomesse”)
 – Mozart
(Soloists : Marion Roberts, Viulina Anguelov, Nic de Jager, David Butlin)
Coronation Anthem, “Zadok the priest” – Handel

Jesus shall reign where’er the sun – Truro
King of glory, King of peace – Gwalchmai
Crown him with many crowns – Diademata
Let all mortal flesh keep silence – French Carol
The head that once was crowned with thorns – St Magnus

Murrill : Carillon

Easter Cycle 2017

Wednesday, 1 March, 2017
ASH WEDNESDAY
7.00pm High Mass (without organ):
(The Rev Fr Richard Cogill)

Ashing :
Propers:
Service:
Motet:

Int :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Miserere – Allegri
Miseris omnium
Mass for three voices – Byrd
Nolo mortem peccatoris – Morley

Lord, in this thy mercy’s day – St Philip
Peace, perfect peace – Song 46
O My Saviour, lifted – North Coates
Forth in thy name, O Lord, I go – Song 34

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Sunday, 5 March, 2017
Lent I
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Richard Cogill)


Propers:
Service :
Motet :

Int:
Grad:
Off:
Com:
Rec:
Asperges me – plainsong
Invocabit me
Missa emendemus in melius – Palestrina
Angeliis suis – Fux

Be thou my guardian and my guide – Abridge
Forty days and forty nights – Heinlein
At the name of Jesus every knee shall bow – Evelyns
Hark, my soul! it is the Lord – St Bees
Christian dost thou see them – St Andrew of Crete

Pachelbel : Ciacona in F minor

7.00pm Solemn and Evensong and Benediction:

Preces:
Service:
Anthem:

Psalm:
Office Hymn:
Hymn:

O Salutaris:
Tantum ergo:
Byrd
Second Service – Byrd
Lord, let me know mine end – Greene

Psalm: 6 (Chant : Crotch)
O Christ, who art the light and day – Christe, qui lux
Souls of men! why will ye scatter – Gott will’s machen

Hereford
Tantum ergo

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Sunday, 12 March, 2017
Lent II
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Tony Hogg

Congregational setting : Merbecke

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Through all the changing scenes of life – Wiltshire
Immortal love, for ever full – Bishopthorpe
Saviour, when in dust to thee – Aberystwyth
My God, and is thy table spread – Rockingham
Sing praise to God who reigns above – Sei Lob und Ehr’ dem höchsten Gut

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Sunday, 19 March, 2017
Lent III
10.00am High Mass:
(The Ven Jonathan Smith, Archdeacon of St Alban’s


Propers:
Service :
Motet :

Int:
Grad:
Off:
Com:
Rec:
Asperges me – Michael Haydn
Oculi mei
Missa in tempore Quadragesimae – Michael Haydn
Comfort, O Lord, the soul of thy servant – Crotch

Be thou my guardian and my guide – Abridge
A safe stronghold our God is still – Ein’ feste Burg
We hail thy Presence glorious – Offertorium
Jesu, gentlest Saviour – Eucharisticus
Through the night of doubt and sorrow – Blaenwern

Reger : Introduction and Passacaglia in D minor
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Sunday, 26 March, 2017
Lent IV
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Tony Hogg

Congregational setting : Merbecke

Int :
Grad :
Distribution :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Jerusalem, my happy home – Southwell
Guide me, O thou great Redeemer – Cwm Rhondda
Andante tranquillo – Mendelssohn
For the beauty of the earth – Dix
Virgin born, we bow before thee – Genevan Psalm lxxxvi
Firmly I believe and truly – Shipston

Mendelssohn : Fugue, from Sonata No 6 in D minor
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Sunday, 2 April, 2017
PASSION SUNDAY (Lent V)
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Tony Hogg


Propers:
Service :
Motet :

Int:
Grad:
Off:
Com:
Rec:
Asperges me – plainsong
Judica me
Missa brevis – Palestrina
Salvator mundi – Tallis

The royal banners forward go – Vexilla Regis
Once, only once, and once for all – Albano
Praise to the Holiest in the height – Gerontius
My God, I love thee – St Francis Xavier
When I survey the wondrous Cross – Rockingham

J.S. Bach : Variation XI of Variations on Sei gegrüsset, Jesu gütig BWV768

7.00pm Solemn and Evensong and Benediction:

Preces:
Service:
Anthem:

Psalm:
Office Hymn:
Hymn:

O Salutaris:
Tantum ergo:
Tomkins
Third Service – Moore
Is it nothing to you? – Ouseley

Psalm: 54 (Chant : Cross)
The royal banners forward go – Vexilla Regis
As now the sun’s declining rays – St Columba

Hereford
Tantum ergo

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Sunday, 9 April, 2017
PALM SUNDAY
10.00am Procession and High Mass
(The Rev Fr Richard Cogill)
(sung by the Byron Consort of Harrow School)

The Procession:

Hosanna to the Son of David – Weelkes
All glory, laud and honour – St Theodulph

The Mass:

Service:
Introit:
Gradual:
Communion
motets:

Grad:
Off:
Com:
Rec:
Missa brevis – Walton
Timor et tremor – Poulenc
Christus factus est – Bruckner
O salutaris hostia – Byrd
Tantum ergo – Saint-Saëns

Glory be to Jesus – Caswall
My song is love unknown – Love Unknown
O Sacred head, surrounded – Passion Chorale
We sing the praise of him who died – Breslau

J.S. Bach: Fantasia in G minor, BWV 542 (played by Joshua Simoes)
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Thursday, 13 April, 2017
MAUNDY THURSDAY
7.00pm Solemn Mass of the Last Supper:
(The Rev Fr Richard Cogill) 

Propers:
Service :

Motet:
Nos autem
Missa Choralis – Liszt
Missa Aeterna Christi munera – Palestrina (Sanctus, Benedictus, Agnus Dei)
Christus factus est – Bruckner
Int:
Grad:
Footwashing:
Off:
Com:
Proc to Altar:
My God, and is thy table spread – Rockingham
O thou, who at thy Eucharist didst pray – Song 1
An Upper Room – trad. O Waly, Waly
Deck thyself, my soul, with gladness – Schmücke dich
Go to dark Gethsemane – Petra
Now, my tongue, the mystery telling – French Carol

Ps. 22 with antiphon (Tonus Peregrinus)

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Friday, 14 April, 2017
GOOD FRIDAY
12 noon Solemn Liturgy
(The Rev Fr Tony Hogg)

Kyries : from Missa Aeterna Christi munera – Palestrina
The Passion :According to John – Victoria
The Veneration of the Cross : The Solemn Reproaches of St John Damascene – Victoria
The Procession of the Sacrament : Crux Fidelis – John of Portugal

During the Communion:
Herzliebster Jesu – J.S. Bach
Nos autem oportet gloriari – Palestrina
Ave verum – Byrd
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Saturday, 15 April, 2017
HOLY SATURDAY
7.30pm Paschal Ceremonies

The Lighting of the New Fire and of the Paschal Candle
The Solemn Entry into the Church

Proclamation :

1st Lesson :
Hymn :

2nd Lesson :
Motet :

3rd Lesson :
Psalm :

4th Lesson :
Motet :

5th Lesson :
Motet :

Gloria :
The Exultet

The Creation
Creator of the starry height – Mode iv

Abraham’s sacrifice
When David heard that Absalom was slain – Tomkins

The Exodus
114 – Tonus Peregrinus

Isaiah’s prophecy of redemption
Hide not thou thy face – Farrant

The Valley of Dry Bones
If ye love me – Tallis

from Wilson in D

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Sunday, 16 April, 2017
EASTER
10.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Tony Hogg)

Schein : Allemande (for brass quartet)

Propers :
Service :
Motet :
Regina coeli :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com:
Rec :
Resurrexi
Darke in F (with brass quintet)
Christus vincit – Noyon (arr. Hancock)
Easter Hymn (arr – Deon Irish)

Ye choirs of new Jerusalem – St Fulbert (fanfare in E flat – David Johnson)
The day of Resurrection! – Ellacombe (fanfare in B flat – David Johnson)
Come, ye faithful, raise the strain – St John Damascene (fanfare in G – David Johnson)
Love’s redeeming work is done – Savannah
Jesus lives! thy terrors now – St Albinus (fanfare in C -David Johnson)

Frescobaldi (arr Wolff) : Canzona No 29 (for brass quartet and organ)

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Sunday, 23 April, 2017
Low Sunday
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Tony Hogg)

Congregational setting : Wilson in D
Regina coeli : Easter Hymn

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
At the Lamb’s high feast we sing – Salzburg
The day of Resurrection! – Ellacombe
Christ the Lord is risen again! – Würtemburg
Love’s redeeming work is done – Savannah
Alleluia! The strife is o’er – Victory

Lidon : Sonata di primo tono
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Sunday, 30 April, 2017
Easter II
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Tony Hogg

Congregational setting : Wilson in D
Regina coeli : Easter Hymn

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
The Lamb’s high banquet called to share – Grenoble
Loving Shepherd of thy sheep – Buckland
Light’s glittering morn bedecks the sky – Easter Song
Faithful Shepherd, feed me – Pastor pastorum
He is risen, he is risen! – Michael

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Sunday, 7 May, 2017
Easter III
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Richard Cogill)

Propers:
Service :
Motet :
Regina coeli :

Int:
Grad:
Off:
Com:
Rec:
Jubilate Deo
Darke in A minor – Palestrina
Ye now are sorrowful – Brahms (solo: Antoinette Blyth)
Easter Hymn

Ye choirs of new Jerusalem – St Fulbert
Jesus Christ is risen today – Easter Hymn
Alleluia! Alleluia! Hearts to heaven and voices raise – Lux Eoi
The Lord is risen indeed! – St Michael
He is risen, he is risen! – Michael

Rheinberger : Allegro non troppo, from Sonata No 7 in F minor

7.00pm Solemn and Evensong and Benediction:

Preces:
Service:
Anthem:

Psalm:
Office Hymn:
Hymn:

O Salutaris:
Tantum ergo:
Tomkins
Harwood in A flat
Praise to God in the highest – Campbell

Psalm: 126 (Chant : Garrett)
The Lamb’s high banquet called to share – Grenoble
Christ the Lord is risen today! – St George’s Windsor

Hereford
Westminster Abbey

Campbell : Gaudeamus
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Sunday, 14 May, 2017
Easter IV
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Darron Misplon

Congregational setting : Wilson in D
Regina coeli : Easter Hymn

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :

Rec :
The Lamb’s high banquet called to share – Grenoble
Our blest Redeemer, ere he breathed – St Cuthbert
Come, ye faithful, raise the anthem – Unser Herrscher
Intermezzo, from Sonata No 8 in E minor, Op 132 – Rheinberger
The Lord is risen indeed! – St Michael
Jerusalem, my happy home – Southwell

Brahms : Chorale Prelude, O Gott, du frommer Gott
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Easter V – Rogation Sunday
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Tony Hogg)
 

Propers :
Service :
Motet :
Regina coeli :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com:
Rec :
Vocem jocunditatis
Messe basse – Fauré
Cantique de Jean Racine – Fauré
Easter Hymn

Come, ye faithful, raise the strain – St John Damascene
Jesus, where’er thy people meet – Wareham
Light’s glittering morn bedecks the sky – Easter Song (Part 1 and Doxology)
Peace, perfect peace – Song 46
Jesus lives! thy terrors now – St Albinus

Fauré (arr Hesford) : Pavane (1887)

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Thursday, 25 May, 2017
THE FEAST OF THE ASCENSION OF OUR LORD
7.00pm High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Craig Abrahams) 
 

Propers :
Service :

Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Proc :
Viri Galilaei
Missa brevis in C, K.259 (“Orgelsolomesse“) – Mozart
(Beverley Chiat, Viulina Anguelov, Willem Bester, Abonga Sithela)
O clap your hands together all ye people – Gibbons

Hail the day that sees him rise – Llanfair
O Thou eternal King most high – Melcombe
See the Conqueror mounts in triumph – Rex gloriae
How glorious is the life above – Brockham
All hail the power of Jesus’ name – Miles Lane

Dubois : Toccata
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Sunday, 28 May, 2017
The Sunday after the Ascension
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Tony Hogg)

Congregational setting : Wilson in D

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Ye servants of God, your Master proclaim – Paderborn
Where high the heavenly temple stands – Fulda
See the Conqueror mounts in triumph – Rex gloriae
Once, only once, and once for all – Albano
The head that once was crowned with thorns – St Magnus

Heron : Voluntary in G
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Sunday, 4 June, 2017
WHITSUNDAY
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Beverley Johnson

Propers:
Service :
Motet :

Int:
Grad:
Off:
Com:
Rec:
Spiritus Domini
Jackson in G
If ye love me – Tallis

Come down, O love divine – Down Ampney
Come, thou Holy Spirit, come – Veni, Sancte Spiritus
When God of old came down from heaven – Winchester Old
Come, Holy Ghost, our souls inspire – Veni, creator Spiritus
Our Lord, his Passion ended – Naphill

Langlais : Le Saint Esprit, from Trois Meditations sur le Sainte Trinité

7.00pm Solemn and Evensong and Benediction:

Preces:
Service:
Anthem:

Psalm:
Office Hymn:
Hymn:

O Salutaris:
Tantum ergo:
Smith of Durham
Day in B flat
The Spirit of the Lord – Elgar

Psalm: 104 (Chant : Smart)
O Joy, because the circling year – Melcombe
Our Lord, his Passion ended – Naphill

Hereford
Tantum ergo

Hurford : Exurgat Deus, from Suite “Laudate Dominum”