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Christmas Cycle 2005 – 2006

Sunday, 27 November, 2005
ADVENT SUNDAY
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Michael Parker)

J.S.Bach : Chorale Prelude, Nun komm’, der Heiden Heiland

Propers:
Service:
Motet:

Int:
Grad:
Off:
Com:
Rec: 
Ad te levavi
Missa in tempore Adventus
 – Michael Haydn
Remember, O Thou Man – trad.

Hark! a thrilling voice is sounding – Merton
Hark the glad sound! – Bristol
Lo, he comes with clouds descending – Helmsley
Thy kingdom come, O God – St Cecilia
Come, thou long-expected Jesus – Cross of Jesus

J.S.Bach : Chorale Prelude, Wachet auf, ruft uns die stimme

7.00pm A Procession with Carols on Advent Sunday

MATIN RESPONSORY – G.P. da Palestrina
Hymn : Come, thou Redeemer of the earth – Veni Redemptor gentium
Carol : Adam lay ybounden – Boris Ord

FIRST LESSON : Isaiah VI 1-11

Carol : ‘Twas in the year that King Uzziah died – Metrical Sanctus Tune, V Mode X Century
Hymn : Hark! A thrilling voice is sounding – Merton

SECOND LESSON : Isaiah XXXV 1-6

Carol : King Jesus hath a Garden – trad. Dutch, harmonized by Charles Wood
Hymn : On Jordan’s bank the Baptist’s cry – Winchester New
Carol : Remember, O thou man – 17th c, harmonized Thomas Ravenscroft

THIRD LESSON: Isaiah XI 1-10

Carol : Es ist ein’ Ros’ entsprungen – German 15th century, arr Michael Praetorius
Hymn : The advent of our King – St Thomas

GOSPEL OF THE SALUTATION : St Luke I 26-38

Carol : Gabriel’s Message – trad Basque carol, arr David Willcocks
Hymn : The God whom earth and sea and sky – St Ambrose
Carol : I sing of a maiden – Charles Waters

GOSPEL OF THE ADVENT: St Mark I 1-15

Hymn : Come, thou long-expected Jesus – Cross of Jesus
Carol : Our Lady and Child – Philip Moore

VESPER RESPONSORY
COLLECT
BLESSING

Hymn : O come, O come, Emmanuel – Veni Emmanuel

Aelc Rowley : Fantasia on Veni Emmanuel

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Sunday, 4 December, 2005
Advent II
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Michael Parker)

J.S. Bach : Chorale Prelude, Vom Himmel hoch, da komm ich her

Propers:
Service:
Motet:

Int:
Grad:
Off:
Com:
Rec:
Populus Sion
Missa O quam gloriosum
 – Victoria
Hide not thou thy face from us, O Lord – Farrant

The Lord will come and not be slow – St Stephen
Thou whose almighty word – Moscow
Lo, he comes with clouds descending – Helmsley
Lord, thy word abideth – Ravenshaw
Thy Kingdom come, O God – St Cecilia

J.S. Bach : Fugue, Vom Himmel hoch, da komm ich her

7.30 pm at the Roman Catholic Cathedral of Our Lady of the Flight into Egypt
A Procession with Carols for Advent
(Sung by the Choir of St Michael’s)

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Sunday, 11 December, 2005
Advent III
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Michael Parker)

Stanford : Prelude on a theme of Orlando Gibbons (Set 2 No 1)

Propers:
Service:
Motet:

Int:
Grad:
Off:
Com:
Rec:
Gaudete
C.V. Stanford in C & F (Kyrie: arr. Irish)
Judge Eternal
 – Marchand

Hark! a thrilling voice is sounding – Merton
On Jordan’s bank the Baptist’s cry – Winchester New
O come, O come, Emmanuel – Veni Emmanuel
Come, thou long-expected Jesus – Cross of Jesus
Thy kingdom come! on bended knee – Irish

Vetter : Chorale Prelude, Nun komm’, der heiden Heiland

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Sunday, 18 December, 2005
Advent IV
9.30am High Mass:
Conciliar Mass of the Military and Hospitaller Order of St Lazarus of Jerusalem
(The Rev Fr Michael Parker)

J.S.Bach : Chorale Prelude, Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland (Fughetta)

Propers:
Service:
Motet:

Int:
Grad:
Off:
Com:

Rec:
Memento nostri
Mass for four voices
 – Byrd
This is the record of John – Gibbons

Hark the glad sound! the Saviour comes – Bristol
On Jordan’s bank, the Baptist’s cry – Winchester New
O come, O come, Emmanuel – Veni Emmanuel
When came in flesh the incarnate word – Walsall
Chorale Prelude, Es is ein’ Ros’ entsprungen – Brahms
Hills of the north, rejoice – Little Cornard

J.S. Bach : Grave, from Fantasia in G major

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THE FEAST OF THE NATIVITY OF OUR LORD
Saturday, 24 December, 2005
11.30pm Solemn Mass of Midnight:
(The Rev Fr Michael Parker)

Bouvard : Noël Languedocien

Propers :
Service :
Carols during Com :

Proc :
Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Carol at the Crib :
Rec :
Dominus dixit
Messe (
Op 36)
 – Widor
Quelle est cette odeur agréableIl est né, le divin enfant; Ding dong! merrily on high


Once in royal David’s city – Irby
Hark! the herald-angels sing – Mendelssohn
While shepherds watched their flocks – Winchester Old
It came upon the midnight clear – Noel
O little town of Bethlehem – Forest Green
Silent Night
O come, all ye faithful – Adeste fideles

Widor : Toccata, from 5th Organ Symphony

Sunday, 25 December, 2005
8.00am Low Mass:
(The Rev Fr Michael Parker)

Com :While shepherds watched their flocks – Winchester Old

J.S. Bach :Chorale Prelude,In dulci jubilo

10.00am High Mass:)
(The Rev Fr Michael Parker)

Franck : Deux antienne Noëls

Propers :
Service :

Carols during Com :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Puer natus est
Messe in G
 – Schubert
(Soloists: Viulina Anguelov, Nic de Jager, Paul de Thierry)
The Infant King; Ding dong! merrily on high; O little one sweet; Away in a manger

O come, all ye faithful – Adeste fideles
Of the Father’s love begotten – Divinum mysterium
Christians, awake! salute the happy morn – Yorkshire
O little town of Bethlehem – Forest Green
Hark! the herald-angels sing – Mendelssohn

We wish you a merry Christmas! – arr Warrell

Widor : Toccata, from 5th Organ Symphony

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The Choir is on vacation. Choral services resume on 22 January, 2006

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Sunday, 1 January, 2006
THE FEAST OF THE CIRCUMCISION
(New Year’s Day)
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Michael Parker)

Service :Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :

Rec :
An Anglican Folk Mass – Martin Shaw

Conquering kings their titles take – Innocents
The ancient law departs – St Michael
Put thou thy trust in God – Carlisle
Noël avec Variations
 – Daquin
In the bleak mid-winter – Cranham
For thy mercy and thy grace – Buckland

J.S. Bach : Chorale Prelude, In dir ist Freude

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Sunday, 8 January, 2006
Epiphany I          
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Michael Parker)

Service : An Anglican Folk Mass – Martin Shaw

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
O worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness! – Was lebet
Earth has many a noble city – Stuttgart
Brightest and best of the suns of the morning – Epiphany
Thou whom shepherds worshipped – Quem pastores
As with gladness men of old – Dix

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Sunday, 15 January, 2005
Epiphany II
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Canon Christopher Chivers)

Service : An Anglican Folk Mass – Shaw

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Jesus shall reign where’re the sun – Galilee
Lord, be thy word my rule – Eden
Songs of thankfulness and praise – St Edmund
Bread of heaven, on thee we feed – Bread of Heaven
Now thank we all our God – Nun danket

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Sunday, 22 January, 2005
Epiphany III
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Michael Parker)

Propers :
Service :
Anthem :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Adorate Deum
Darke in F
Lo, star-led chiefs
 – Crotch

Stand up, and bless the Lord – Carlisle
Blest are the pure in heart – Franconia
Son of God, eternal Saviour – Everton
How glorious is the life above – Brockham
Lord of beauty, thine the splendour – Regent Square

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Sunday, 29 January, 2006
Epiphany IV
9.30am High Mass:
(The Very Rev The Dean)

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

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Adorate Deum
Missa O Quam gloriosum est regnum – Victoria
Ave verum
 – Mozart

Lead us, heavenly Father, lead us – Mannheim
Jesu, lover of my soul – Hollingside
Alleluia! Sing to Jesus – Hyfrydol
Not a thought of earthly things – Feniton
Stand up, and bless the Lord – Carlisle

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

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Thursday, 2 February, 2006
THE FEAST OF THE PURIFICATION OF OUR LADY
6.30pm High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Beverley Johnson)

Propers :
Service :

Motet:

Int :
Off :
Com :
Suscepimus
Nunc dimittis in D – Wood
Missa L’Hora passa
 – Viadana
Ave Maria
 – Rachmaninov

O Sion, open wide thy gates – Bristol
Hail to the Lord who comes – Old 120th
The God whom sea and earth and sky – St Ambrose

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Sunday, 5 February, 2006
Epiphany V
9.30am High Mass:
(The Very Rev the Dean of Kimberley & Kuruman)

Walther : Chorale Prelude, Lobe den Herren

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :

Rec :
Adorate Deum
Missa L’Hora passa – Viadana
Ave Maria
 – Rachmaninov

Praise to the Lord, the Almighty – Lobe den Herrn
Ye that know the Lord is gracious – Hyfrydol
Glorious things of thee are spoken – Abbot’s Leigh
Sinfonia from Cantate, Ich steh mit einem Fuss im Grabe – J.S.Bach
Wherefore, O Father, we thy humble servants – Christe fons jugis
Alleluia, song of sweetness – Alleluia, dulce carmen

J.S.Bach : Fantasia in G minor

7.00pm Solemn Evensong & Benediction:
(The Rev Fr Roy Snyman)
(Organ : John Birch)

Preces :
Service :
Anthem :

Psalm :
Off Hymn :
Hymn :
Byrd
Wood in D
O Thou, the central orb
 – Wood

99 (Chant : Battishill)
God, that madest earth and heaven – All through the night
Alleluia, song of sweetness – Alleluia, dulce carmen

Murrill : Carillon

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Sunday, 12 February, 2006
Septuagesima
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Richard Cogill)

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

Propers :
Service :
Anthem :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Circumdederunt
Ireland in C
The heavens are telling
 – Haydn (Organ : John Birch)

Creator of the world, to thee – St Gregory
Fight the good fight – Duke Street
O Worship the King all glorious above – Hanover
How glorious is the life above – Brockham
Lord of beauty, thine the splendour – Regent Square

Karg-Elert : Chorale-Improvisation, O Ewigkeit, du Donnerwort

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Sunday, 19 February, 2006
Sexagesima
9.30am High Mass:
(The Very Rev The Dean of Kimberley and Kuruman)
(No organ : Power failure)

Propers :
Service :
Anthem :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Exsurge, quare
Missa L’Hora Passa – Viadana
O bone Jesu – Palestrina

Put thou thy trust in God – Doncaster
Who would true valour see – Monk’s Gate
The Church’s one foundation – Aurelia
Hail, true Body, born of Mary – Standish
Oft in danger, oft in woe – University College

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Sunday, 26 February, 2006
Quinquagesima
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Michael Parker)
(Organ : John Birch)

Moussorgsky : Promenade, from “Pictures at an Exhibition”

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Esto mihi
Messe fis-Moll, Op 36 – Widor
Cantique de Jean Racine
 – Fauré

Come down, O Love divine – Down Ampney
Gracious Spirit, Holy Ghost – Charity
Love divine, all loves excelling – Love Divine
Our blest Redeemer, ere he breathed – St Cuthbert
O thou who camest from above – Hereford

Lloyd Webber: Solemn Procession

Christmas Cycle 2006 – 2007

Sunday, 3 December, 2006
ADVENT SUNDAY
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Michael Parker)

J.S.Bach : Fughetta, Nun komm’, der Heiden Heiland

Propers:
Service:
Motet:

Int:
Grad:
Off:
Com:
Rec: 
Ad te levavi
Missa in tempore Adventus
 – Michael Haydn
Remember, O Thou Man – trad.

The Advent of our King – St Thomas
Hark the glad sound! – Bristol
Lo, he comes with clouds descending – Helmsley
Creator of the starry height – Conditor alme
The Lord will come and not be slow – St Stephen

J.S.Bach : Chorale Prelude, Wachet auf, ruft uns die stimme

7.00pm A Procession with Carols on Advent Sunday

MATIN RESPONSORY – G.P. da Palestrina
Hymn :  Come, thou Redeemer of the earth – Veni Redemptor gentium
Carol  :  The truth from above – Vaughan Williams

FIRST LESSON : Isaiah VI 1-11

Carol :   ‘Twas in the year that King Uzziah died – Metrical Sanctus Tune, V Mode X Century
Hymn :  Hark! A thrilling voice is sounding – Merton

SECOND LESSON : Isaiah XL 1-8

Carol :   King Jesus hath a Garden – trad. Dutch, harmonized by Charles Wood
Hymn :  Sleepers wake! The watch-cry pealeth – Wachet Auf
Carol :   The Carol of the Advent – trad. Besancon, harm. Martin Shaw

THIRD LESSON: Isaiah XI 1-9

Carol :   Es ist ein’ Ros’ entsprungen – German 15th century, arr Michael Praetorius
Hymn :  Come, thou long-expected Jesus – Cross of Jesus
Carol :   Remember, O thou man – 17th c, harmonized Thomas Ravenscroft

GOSPEL OF THE SALUTATION : St Luke I 26-35, 38

Carol :   Gabriel’s Message – trad Basque, arr David Willcocks
Hymn :  On Jordan’s bank the Baptist’s cry – Winchester New

GOSPEL OF THE NATIVITY OF JOHN THE BAPTIST: St Luke I 57-79

Carol :   Tomorrow shall be my dancing day – trad. English, arr. David Willcocks

VESPER RESPONSORY
COLLECT
BLESSING

Hymn :  O come, O come, Emmanuel – Veni Emmanuel

Alec Rowley : Fantasia on Veni Emmanuel

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Sunday, 10 December, 2006
Advent II
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr George van Schalkwyk)

J.S. Bach : Chorale Prelude, Gottes Sohn ist kommen BWV 703

Propers:
Service:
Motet:

Int:
Grad:
Off:
Com:

Rec:
Populus Sion
Sumsion in F
Thy word is a lantern
 – Purcell

The Lord will come and not be slow – St Stephen
Thou whose almighty word – Moscow
Lo, he comes with clouds descending – Helmsley
Lord, thy word abideth – Ravenshaw
Carol, from ‘Five Bagatelles’ – Finzi (Matthew Reid, clarinet)
Come, thou long-expected Jesus – Cross of Jesus

J.S. Bach : Chorale Prelude, Gottes Sohn ist kommen BWV 600

7.30 pm at the Roman Catholic Cathedral of Our Lady of the Flight into Egypt
A Procession with Carols for Advent
(Sung by the Choir of St Michael’s)

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Sunday, 17 December, 2006
Advent III
9.30am High Mass:
Conciliar Mass of the Military and Hospitaller Order of St Lazarus of Jerusalem
(The Rev Fr Richard Cogill)

Stanford : Prelude on a theme of Orlando Gibbons (Song 24)

Propers:
Service:
Motet:

Int:
Grad:
Off:
Com:
Rec:
Gaudete
C.V. Stanford in C & F (Kyrie: arr. Irish)

Rorate celi desuper – Irish

Hark! a thrilling voice is sounding – Merton
On Jordan’s bank the Baptist’s cry – Winchester New
O come, O come, Emmanuel – Veni Emmanuel
Come, thou long-expected Jesus – Cross of Jesus
Hills of the north, rejoice – Little Cornard

Stanford : Prelude on a theme of Orlando Gibbons (Song 22)

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Sunday, 24 December, 2006
Advent IV
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Richard Cogill)

Pachelbel : Chorale Prelude, Vom Himmel hoch, da komm’ ich her

Propers:
Service:
Motet:

Int:
Grad:
Off:
Com:

Rec:
Hodie scietis
Missa O quam gloriosum est regnum
 – Victoria
This is the record of John – Gibbons

Come, thou long-expected Jesus – Cross of Jesus
On Jordan’s bank, the Baptist’s cry – Winchester New
O come, O come, Emmanuel – Veni Emmanuel
When came in flesh the incarnate word – Walsall
Es is ein’ Ros’ entsprungen
 – Irish
The God whom earth and sea and sky – St Ambrose

Brahms : Chorale Prelude, Es ist ein’ Ros’ entsprungen

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THE FEAST OF THE NATIVITY OF OUR LORD
Sunday, 24 December, 2006
11.30pm Solemn Mass of Midnight:
(The Rev Fr Richard Cogill)

Propers :
Service :
Carols during Com :

Proc :
Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Carol at the Crib :
Rec :
Dominus dixit
Darke in F
The Virgin’s Cradle Hymn; Il est né, le divin enfant; Ding dong! merrily on high


Once in royal David’s city – Irby
Hark! the herald-angels sing – Mendelssohn
While shepherds watched their flocks – Winchester Old
It came upon the midnight clear – Noel
O little town of Bethlehem – Forest Green
Silent Night
O come, all ye faithful – Adeste fideles

Widor : Toccata, from 5th Organ Symphony

Monday, 25 December, 2006
8.00am Low Mass:
(The Rev Fr George van Schalkwyk)

Com :O little town of Bethlehem – Forest Green

J.S. Bach :Chorale Prelude,In dulci jubilo

10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Michael Parker)

Daquin : Noël Grand Jeu et Duo

Propers :
Service :

Carols during Com :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Puer natus est
Messe in F (Jugendmesse)
 – Haydn
(Soloists: Beverly Chiat, Violina Anguelov)
The Virgin’s Cradle Hymn; O little one sweet; Myn lyking.

O come, all ye faithful – Adeste fideles
Of the Father’s love begotten – Divinum mysterium
Angels, from the realms of glory – Iris
O little town of Bethlehem – Forest Green
Hark! the herald angels sing – Mendelssohn

We wish you a merry Christmas! – arr Warrell

J.S. Bach :Chorale Prelude,In dulci jubilo

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The Choir is on vacation. Choral services resume on 28 January, 2007

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Sunday, 31 December, 2006
Christmas I
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Michael Parker)

Service :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :

Rec :
Wilson in D

Of the Father’s heart begotten – Divinum mysterium
Behold, the great Creator makes – Kilmarnock
Christians, awake! salute the happy morn – Yorkshire
Aria, ‘Schlafe, mein liebster – JS Bach, arr. Harvey Grace
In the bleak mid-winter – Cranham
Hark! the herald-angels sing – Mendelssohn

Daquin : Noël Suisse

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Sunday, 7 January, 2007
THE FEAST OF THE EPIPHANY
9.30am High Mass:
(Organ : Peter Jones)

Service :

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

O Worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness!
Earth has many a noble city – Stuttgart
Brightest and best of the sons of the morning – Epiphany
Thou whom shepherds worshipped – Quem pastores
As with gladness men of old – Dix

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Sunday, 14 January, 2007
Epiphany II
9.30am High Mass:
(Organ : Peter Jones)

Service :

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

Jesus shall reign where’er the sun – Galilee
The heavenly Child in stature grows – Tallis
Songs of thankfulness and praise – St Edmund
The people that in darkness sat – Dundee
As with gladness men of old – Dix

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Sunday, 21 January, 2007
Epiphany III
9.30am High Mass:
(Organ : Peter Jones)

Service :

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

Stand up, and bless the Lord – Carlisle
Blest are the pure in heart – Franconia
Son of God, eternal Saviour – Everton
How glorious is the life above – Brockham
Lord of beauty, thine the splendour – Regent Square

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Sunday, 28 January, 2007
Epiphany IV
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Richard Cogill)
(Organ : John Birch)

Propers :
Service :
Anthem :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Adorate Deum
Ireland in C
Lo, star-led chiefs
 – Crotch

Lead us, heavenly Father, lead us – Mannheim
Conquering kings their titles take – Innocents
Eternal Father, strong to save – Melita
O Thou, who at thy Eucharist didst pray – Song 1
Alleluia, song of sweetness – Alleluia, dulce carmen

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Friday, 2 February, 2007
THE FEAST OF THE PURIFICATION OF ST MARY THE VIRGIN
7.00pm High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Richard Cogill)

Kohlmann : Vorspiel and Prozession

Propers :
Service :
Nunc dimittis :
Anthem :

Int :
Off :
Com :
Suscepimus
Missa L’Hora passa
 – Viadana
Carolus Andreas fauxbourdons
Ave Maria
 – Arcadelt

O Sion, open wide thy gates – Bristol
Hail to the Lord who comes – Old 120th
The God whom earth and sea and sky – St Ambrose

Lord : Interlude

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Sunday, 4 February, 2007
Septuagesima
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Beverley Johnson)

Handel : Voluntary III, from Twelve Voluntaries

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Circumdederunt
Missa L’Hora passa – Viadana
Ave Maria
 – Arcadelt

Let us, with a gladsome mind – Monkland
Fight the good fight with all thy might – Duke Street
O worship the King all glorious above – Hanover
Creator of the world, to thee – St Gregory
Songs of praise the angels sang – Northampton

Purcell (arr Morris) : Rondeau, from ‘Abdelazer

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

Rheinberger : Intermezzo, from Sonata No 6

Preces :
Service :
Anthem :

Psalm :
Office hymn :
Hymn :
Aylward
Carolus Andreas fauxbourdons
Videntes stellam
 – Poulenc

23 (Chant : Turle)
Creator of the world, to thee – St Gregory
The spacious firmament on high – Addison’s

Reger : Choralvorspiel, Es ist das Heil uns kommen her

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Sunday, 11 February, 2007
Sexagesima
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr George van Schalkwyk)

Francis Jackson : The Archbishop’s Fanfare

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :

Rec :
Exsurge, quare
Jackson in G

Jesu, dulcis memoria – Victoria

Praise to the Lord, the Almighty – Praxis pietatis
Who would true valour see – Monk’s Gate
Praise to the Holiest in the height – Gerontius
Elegy, from “Richard III” – Walton
Hail, true body, born of Mary – Standish
Lord, her watch thy Church is keeping – Everton

Drayton : Pavane

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Sunday, 18 February, 2007
Quinquagesima
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Michael Parker)

Mozart, arr Lehrndorfer : Intrada (from Suite in C, K.399)

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Esto mihi
Missa brevis Sancti Joannis de Deo (“Kleine Orgelmesse”)
 – Haydn
Laudate Dominum, from “Vesperae solennes de Confessore”
 – Mozart

O Holy Ghost, thy people bless – St Timothy
Thou, whose almighty word – Moscow
Come down, O Love divine – Down Ampney
O Holy Spirit, Lord of Grace – Tallis
Come, gracious Spirit, heavenly Dove – Hawkhurst

Mozart, arr Meyer : Epistle Sonata in F, K.244

Christmas Cycle 2007 – 2008

Sunday, 2 December, 2007
ADVENT SUNDAY
9.30am High Mass:
(The Ven the Rector)

J.S. Bach : Chorale Prelude, Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland (Fughetta)BWV 699

Propers:
Service:
Motet:

Int:
Grad:
Off:
Com:
Rec: 
Ad te levavi
Missa in tempore Adventus – Michael Haydn
Remember, O Thou Man – trad.

The Advent of our King – St Thomas
Hark the glad sound! – Bristol
Lo, he comes with clouds descending – Helmsley
Creator of the starry height – Conditor alme
The Lord will come and not be slow – St Stephen

J.S. Bach : Chorale Prelude, Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme BWV 645

7.00pm A PROCESSION WITH CAROLS ON ADVENT SUNDAY

MATIN RESPONSORY – G.P. da Palestrina
Hymn :  Come, thou Redeemer of the earth – Veni Redemptor gentium
Carol  :  Adam lay ybounden – Boris Ord

FIRST LESSON : Isaiah VI 1-11

Carol :   ‘Twas in the year that King Uzziah died – Metrical Sanctus Tune, V Mode X Century
Hymn :  Hark! A thrilling voice is sounding – Merton
Carol :   King Jesus hath a Garden – trad. Dutch, harmonized by Charles Wood

SECOND LESSON : Isaiah XL 1-8

Carol :   Ancient prophets first foretold him – trad. Spanish, arr William Llewellyn
Hymn :  Sleepers wake! The watch-cry pealeth – Wachet Auf
Carol :   The Carol of the Advent – trad. Besancon, harm. Martin Shaw

THIRD LESSON: Isaiah XI 1-10

Carol :   Es ist ein’ Ros’ entsprungen – German 15th century, arr Michael Praetorius
Hymn :  Come, thou long-expected Jesus – Cross of Jesus
Carol :   There is no rose – John Joubert

GOSPEL OF THE SALUTATION : St Luke I 26-35, 38

Carol :   Gabriel’s Message – trad Basque, arr David Willcocks
Hymn :  On Jordan’s bank the Baptist’s cry – Winchester New

GOSPEL OF THE ADVENT: St Mark I 1-15

Carol :   Tomorrow shall be my dancing day – trad. English, arr. David Willcocks

VESPER RESPONSORY
COLLECT
BLESSING

Hymn :  O come, O come, Emmanuel – Veni Emmanuel

Alec Rowley : Fantasia on Veni Emmanuel

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Sunday, 9 December, 2007
Advent II
9.30am High Mass:
(The Ven the Rector)

C.S. Lang : Procession

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int:
Grad:
Off:
Com:
Rec:
Populus Sion
Jackson in G
But the word of the Lord endureth for ever – S.S. Wesley

The Lord will come and not be slow – St Stephen
Thou whose almighty word – Moscow
Lo, he comes with clouds descending – Helmsley
Lord, thy word abideth – Ravenshaw
Come, thou long-expected Jesus – Cross of Jesus

David N. Johnson : Trumpet Tune in E flat


7.30 pm at the Roman Catholic Cathedral of Our Lady of the Flight into Egypt
A Procession with Carols for Advent
(Sung by the Choir of St Michael’s)

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Sunday, 16 December, 2007
Advent III
9.30am High Mass:
Conciliar Mass of the Military and Hospitaller Order of St Lazarus of Jerusalem
(The Rev Fr Michael Parker)

Brahms : Chorale Prelude, Es ist ein’ Ros’ entsprungen

Propers :
Service:
Anthem :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :

Rec :
Gaudete
Missa Aeterna Christi munera – Palestrina
Rejoice in the Lord alway – Purcell

Hark! a thrilling voice is sounding – Merton
On Jordan’s bank the Baptist’s cry – Winchester New
O come, O come, Emmanuel – Veni Emmanuel
Carol, from ‘Five Bagatelles’ – Finzi (Matthew Reid, clarinet)
Come, thou long-expected Jesus – Cross of Jesus
Thy kingdom come! on bended knee – Irish

Brahms : Chorale Prelude, O Gott, du frommer Gott

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Sunday, 23 December, 2007
Advent IV
9.30am High Mass:

J.S.Bach : Chorale Prelude, Nun komm’ der Heiden Heiland

Propers :
Service :
Anthem :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Memento nostri
Mass for four voices – Byrd
This is the record of John – Gibbons

The advent of our King – St Thomas
On Jordan’s bank the Baptist’s cry – Winchester New
O come, O come, Emmanuel – Veni Emmanuel
When came in flesh the incarnate Word – Walsall
Hills of the north, rejoice – Little Cornard

Buxtehude : Chorale Prelude, Nun komm’ der Heiden Heiland

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THE FEAST OF THE NATIVITY OF OUR LORD
Monday, 24 December, 2007
11.30pm Solemn Mass of Midnight:
(The Rev Fr Richard Cogill)

Daquin : Noël Grand Jeu et Duo

Propers :
Service :
Motet :
Com carols:

Proc :
Int :
Grad :
Off :
Carol at the Crib :
Rec :
Dominus dixit
Ireland in C

In dulci jubilo – Pearsall
The infant KingAway in a manger; Ding dong! merrily on high

Once in royal David’s city – Irby
Hark! the herald-angels sing – Mendelssohn
While shepherds watched their flocks by night – Winchester Old
It came upon the midnight clear – Noel
Silent night
Shepherds, in the field abiding – Iris

Widor : Toccata, from 5th Organ Symphony

Tuesday, 25 December, 2007
10.00 High Mass:
(The Rev Fr George van Schalkwyk)

J.S. Bach : Chorale Prelude, In dulci jubilo

Propers :
Service :

Anthem :
Carols :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Puer natus est
Messe in F (“Jugendmesse”) – Haydn
(Soloists: Marion Roberts, Violina Anguelov)
Pueri concinite – Johann Ritter von Herbeck (arr and orch Deon Irish)
The infant King; Quelle est cette odeur agréable; O little one sweet

O come, all ye faithful – Adeste fideles
Of the Father’s love begotten – Divinum mysterium
Angels, from the realms of glory – Iris
O little town of Bethlehem – Forest Green
Hark! the herald angels sing – Mendelssohn

We wish you a merry Christmas! – arr Warrell

Widor : Toccata, from 5th Organ Symphony

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The Choir is on vacation. Choral services resume on 27 January, 2008

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Sunday, 30 December, 2007
Christmas I
9.30am High Mass:
(The Ven the Rector)

Service :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :

Rec :
Wilson in D

Of the Father’s heart begotten – Divinum mysterium
Behold, the great Creator makes – Kilmarnock
O Little town of Bethlehem – Forest Green
Aria, ‘Schlafe, mein liebster – J.S. Bach, arr. Harvey Grace
In the bleak midwinter – Cranham
Hark! the herald angels sing – Mendelssohn

Daquin : Noël Suisse

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Sunday, 6 January, 2008
THE FEAST OF THE EPIPHANY
9.30am High Mass:
(Organ : Richard Haigh)

Service :

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

O worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness! – Was lebet
Earth has many a noble city – Stuttgart
Brightest and best of the sons of the morning – Epiphany
Thou whom shepherds worshipped – Quem pastores
As with gladness men of old – Dix

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Sunday, 13 January, 2008
Epiphany I
9.30am High Mass:
(Organ : Richard Haigh)

Service :

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

How vain the cruel Herod’s fear – Ely
The heavenly child in stature grows – Tallis
Songs of thankfulness and praise – St Edmund
The people that in darkness sat – Dundee
Alleluia, song of sweetness – Alleluia, dulce carmen

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Sunday, 20 January, 2008
Septuagesima
9.30am High Mass:
(Organ : Richard Haigh)

Service :

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

Creator of the world, to thee – St Gregory
Fight the good fight with all thy might – Duke Street
O Worship the King all glorious above – Hanover
How glorious is the life above – Brockham
Lord of beauty, thine the splendour – Regent Square


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Sunday, 27 January, 2008
Sexagesima
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Michael Parker)
(Organ: John Birch)

Propers :
Service :
Anthem :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Exsurge, quare
Stanford in C & F
Ave verum
 – Elgar

Lead us, heavenly Father, lead us – Mannheim
Who would true valour see – Monks’ Gate
O Jesus, I have promised – Wolvercote
O Thou, who at thy Eucharist didst pray – Song 1
Oft in danger, oft in woe – University College

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Sunday, 3 February, 2008
Quinquagesima
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr George van Schalkwyk)

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Esto mihi
Missa L’Hora passa – Viadana
Jesu, joy of man’s desiring – J.S. Bach

Stand up, and bless the Lord – Carlisle
Gracious Spirit, Holy Ghost – Charity
Come down, O Love divine – Down Ampney
O Holy Spirit, Lord of grace – Tallis
O Thou who camest from above – Hereford

Brahms : Chorale Prelude, O Gott, du frommer Gott

Preces :
Service :
Anthem :

Psalm :
Office hymn :
Hymn :

O Salutaris :
Tantum Ergo :
Byrd
Robert Fayrfax fauxbourdons
Call to remembrance, O Lord – Farrant

15 (Chant : Arnold)
Glory to thee, my God, this night – Tallis’s Canon
Come gracious Spirit, heavenly Dove – Hawkhurst

Hereford
Tantum ergo

Improvisation on Laudate Dominum

Christmas Cycle 2008 – 2009

Sunday, 30 November, 2008
ADVENT SUNDAY
9.30am High Mass:
(The Rector)

J.S. Bach : Chorale Prelude, Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland (Fughetta)BWV 699

Propers:
Service:
Motet:

Int:
Grad:
Off:
Com:
Rec: 
Ad te levavi
Missa Rorate coeli desuper – Haydn
Remember, O Thou Man – trad.

The Advent of our King – St Thomas
Hark the glad sound! – Bristol
Lo, he comes with clouds descending – Helmsley
Creator of the starry height – Conditor alme
The Lord will come and not be slow – St Stephen

J.S. Bach : Chorale Prelude, Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme BWV 645

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Sunday 7 December, 2008
Advent II
10.30am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Setting :

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

The Lord will come and not be slow – St StephenThou, whose almighty word – MoscowLo, he comes with clouds descending – HelmsleyLord, thy word abideth – Ravenshaw
Come, thou long-expected Jesus

Pachelbel : Chaconne in F minor7.00pm Evensong and Benediction :

Introit :
Procession :

Preces :
Service :
Anthem :

Psalm :
Office Hymn :
Hymn :

O Salutaris :
Tantum ergo :
Matin Responsory – G.P. da Palestrina
Come, thou Redeemer of the earth – Veni Redemptor gentium

Ayleward
Carolus Andreas Fauxbourdons
‘Twas in the year the King Uzziah died – Metrical Sanctus Tune, V Mode X Century

67 (Chant : Nares)
Creator of the starry height – Conditor alme
O come, O come, Emmanuel – Veni Emmanuel

Hereford
Pange lingua

Alec Rowley : Fantasia on Veni Emmanuel

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Sunday, 14 December, 2008
Advent III
9.30am High Mass:
Corporate Mass of the Military and Hospitaller Order of St Lazarus of Jerusalem
(The Rector)

J.S. Bach : Chorale Prelude, Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland BWV 599

Propers :
Service:
Anthem :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Gaudete
Mass for four voices – Byrd
This is the record of John – Gibbons

Hark! a thrilling voice is sounding – Merton
On Jordan’s bank the Baptist’s cry – Winchester New
O come, O come, Emmanuel – Veni Emmanuel
Come, thou long-expected Jesus – Cross of Jesus
Thy kingdom come! on bended knee – Irish

Brahms : Chorale Prelude, O Gott, du frommer Gott

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Sunday, 21 December, 2008
Advent IV
10.30am High Mass:
(Celebrant and preacher : The Rector)
(Deacon : Fr Clive McBride, on the 50th anniversary of his being made deacon by +Joost Cape Town)

Setting :

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

The Lord will come and not be slow – St Stephen
On Jordan’s bank the Baptist’s cry – Winchester New
Hail to the Lord’s Anointed – Crüger
Come, thou long-expected Jesus – Cross of Jesus
O come, O come, Emmanuel – Veni Emmanuel

Lidon : Sonata de Primo Tono

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THE FEAST OF THE NATIVITY OF OUR LORD
Wednesday 24 December, 2008
11.30pm Solemn Mass of Midnight:
(The Rector)

Daquin : Noël in G

Propers :
Service :
Carols :

Proc :
Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Carol at the Crib
Rec :
Dominus dixit
Ireland in C
Il est né, le divin enfant; The infant King

Once in royal David’s city – Irby
Hark! the herald-angels sing – Mendelssohn
While shepherds watched their flocks by night – Winchester Old
It came upon the midnight clear – Noel
O little town of Bethlehem – Forest GreenSilent Night
O come, all ye faithful – Adeste fideles

Widor : Toccata, from 5th Organ Symphony

Thursday, 25 December, 2008
10.30am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Franck : Deux antienne Noëls

Propers :
Service :

Anthem :
Carols :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Puer natus est
Missa Sancti Nicolai – Haydn
(Magdalene Minnaar, Violina Anguelov, Willem Bester, Paul de Thierry)
Pueri concinite – Johann Ritter von Herbeck (arr and orch Deon Irish)
The Infant King; Away in a manger

O come, all ye faithful – Adeste fideles
Of the Father’s love begotten – Divinum mysterium
Christians awake! salute the happy morn – Yorkshire
O little town of Bethlehem – Forest Green
Hark! the herald-angels sing – Mendelssohn

We wish you a merry Christmas! – arr Warrell

Widor : Toccata, from 5th Organ Symphony

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The Choir is on vacation. Choral services resume on 25 January, 2009

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Sunday, 28 December, 2008
THE FEAST OF THE HOLY INNOCENTS
10.30am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Setting : Wilson in D

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Of the Father’s love begotten – Divinum mysterium
O martyrs young and fresh as flowers – Puer nobis
Shepherds in the field abiding – Shepherds in the field
In the bleak midwinter – Cranham
Behold, the great Creator makes – Kilmarnock

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Sunday, 4 January, 2009
Christmas II
10.30am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Setting :

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

Behold, the great Creator makes – Kilmarnock
Of the Father’s love begotten – Divinum mysterium
Once in royal David’s city – Irby
A great and mighty wonder – Es ist ein’ Ros
Thou whom shepherds worshipped – Quem pastores

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Sunday, 11 January, 2009
Epiphany I
10.30am High Mass:
(Celebrant :The Rev Fr David Cherry)
(Preacher : Fr Peter Wilson)

Setting :

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

O worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness! – Was lebet
The heavenly Child in stature grows – Tallis
Brightest and best of the sons of the morning – Epiphany
Earth has many a noble city – Stuttgart
As with gladness men of old – Dix

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Sunday, 18 January, 2009
Epiphany II
10.30am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Setting :

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

O worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness – Was lebet
The people that in darkness sat – Dundee
Songs of thankfulness and praise – St Edmund
My God, and is thy table spread – Rockingham
Now thank we all our God – Nun danket

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Sunday, 25 January, 2009
THE FEAST OF THE CONVERSION OF ST PAUL
10.30am High Mass:
(The Rector)
(Organ : John Birch)

Propers :
Service :
Anthem :

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

Paul the preacher, Paul the poet – Stuttgart
From heaven’s height Christ spake to call – Tallis’ Canon
We sing the glorious conquest – Ellacombe
How bright these glorious spirits shine! – Beatitudo
Captains of the saintly band – University College

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Sunday, 1 February, 2009
Epiphany IV
10.30am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Setting :

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

Stand up, and bless the Lord – Carlisle
Eternal Father, strong to save – Melita
Come down, O love divine – Down Ampney
Dear Lord and Father of mankind – Repton
O thou who camest from above – Hereford

THE FEAST OF THE PRESENTATION OF CHRIST IN THE TEMPLE
(THE FEAST OF THE PURIFICATION OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY)

7.00pm Solemn First Evensong & Benediction:

Preces :
Service :
Anthem :

Psalm :
Office hymn :
Hymn :

O salutaris :
Tantum ergo :
Ayleward
Wood in D
Ave Maria – Arcadelt

63
O Sion, open wide thy gates – Bristol
Hail to the Lord who comes – Old 120th

Hereford
Tantum ergo

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Sunday, 8 February, 2009
THE FEAST OF THE PRESENTATION OF CHRIST IN THE TEMPLE
(THE FEAST OF THE PURIFICATION OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY)
10.30am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Hakim : Danse, from Mariales pour Orgue

Blessing :
Propers :
Service :

Motet :

Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Nunc dimittis, from the Evening Service in D– Charles Wood
Suscepimus
Missa Brevis in F (“Jugendmesse“) – Haydn
(Magadalene Minnaar, Violina Anguelov)
Ave Maria – Rachmaninov

O Sion, open wide thy gates – Bristol
Hail to the Lord who comes – Old 120th
Virgin born, we bow before thee – Genevan Psalm lxxxvi
The God whom earth and sea and sky – St Ambrose

Samuel Wesley : Allegro moderato, from Voluntary I, Op 6

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Sunday, 15 February, 2009
Sexagesima
10.30am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Setting :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :

Rec :
Wilson in D

Lead us, heavenly Father, lead us – Mannheim
Who would true valour see – Monk’s Gate
Praise to the Holiest in the height – Gerontius
Chorale Prelude, Schmücke dich – Brahms
Deck thyself, my soul, with gladness – Schmücke dich
Oft in danger, oft in woe – University College
 

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

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Sunday, 22 February, 2009
Quinquagesima
10.30am High Mass and Confirmation :
(The Rt Rev David Russell)

Propers :
Service :
Anthem :

Int :
Grad :
Confirmation :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Esto mihi
Ireland in C
Greater Love – John Ireland

Come down, O love divine – Down Ampney
Gracious Spirit, Holy Ghost – Charity
Come Holy Ghost, our souls inspire – Veni, creator Spiritus
Once pledged by the Cross – Paderborn
We pray thee, heavenly father – Dies Dominica
Father, hear the prayer we offer – Marching

Murrill : Carillon

Christmas Cycle 2009 – 2010

Sunday, 29 November, 2009
ADVENT SUNDAY
10.30am High Mass:
(The Rector)

J.S. Bach : Chorale Prelude, Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland (Fughetta)BWV 699

Propers:
Service:
Motet:

Int:
Grad:
Off:
Com:
Rec: 
Ad te levavi
Missa in tempore Adventus – Michael Haydn
Remember, O Thou Man – trad.

The Advent of our King – St Thomas
Hark the glad sound! – Bristol
Lo, he comes with clouds descending – Helmsley
Creator of the starry height – Conditor alme
The Lord will come and not be slow – St Stephen

J.S. Bach : Chorale Prelude, Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme BWV 645


7.00pm A PROCESSION WITH CAROLS ON ADVENT SUNDAY


Processional :

Bidding Prayer
Our Father

Carol :

1st Lesson

Carol :
Hymn :
Carol :

2nd Lesson

Carol :
Hymn :

3rd Lesson

Carol :
Hymn :
Carol :

4th Lesson

Carol :
Hymn :

5th Lesson

Carol :


Collect
Blessing

Hymn :
Matin Responsory – G.P. da Palestrina
Come, thou Redeemer of the earth –Veni, Redemptor gentium




Adam lay ybounden – Boris Ord



‘Twas in the year that King Uzziah died
Hark! A thrilling voice is sounding!
 – Merton
The Carol of the Advent 
– Martin Shaw



King Jesus hath a Garden
 – Charles Wood
Sleepers, wake! The watch-cry pealeth 
– Wachet auf



There is no rose – John Joubert
On Jordan’s bank the Baptist’s cry – Winchester New
The Cherry Tree Carol – David Willcocks



Our Blessed Lady’s Dream – Deon Irish
Come, thou long-expected Jesus – Cross of Jesus



I sing of a maiden – Patrick Hadley

Vesper Responsory



O come, O come, Emmanuel – Veni Emmanuel

Organ Postlude : Fantasia on Veni Emmanuel – Alec Rowley
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 Sunday, 6 December, 2009
Advent II
10.30am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Congregational setting : Wilson in D

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
The Lord will come and not be slow – St Stephen
Thou, whose almighty word – Moscow
Lo, he comes with clouds descending – Helmsley
Lord, thy word abideth – Ravenshaw
Come, thou long-expected Jesus – Cross of Jesus

Vetter : Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland
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Sunday, 13 December, 2009
Advent III
10.30am High Mass:
Corporate Mass of the Military and Hospitaller Order of St Lazarus of Jerusalem
(The Rector)

Propers :
Service:
Anthem :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Gaudete
Mass for four voices – Byrd
O Thou, the central orb – Wood

Hark! a thrilling voice is sounding – Merton
On Jordan’s bank the Baptist’s cry – Winchester New
O come, O come, Emmanuel – Veni Emmanuel
Thy Kingdom come, O God – St Cecilia
Hills of the north, rejoice – Little Cornard

Reger : Introduction und Passacaglia in D moll
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Tuesday, 15 December, 2009
Thanksgiving in Commemoration of Ordination
7.00pm Pontifical High Mass:
(The Rt Rev Mervyn Castle, Bishop of False Bay)

Entrance :
Propers :
Service :
Anthem :Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :

Rec :
Ecce sacerdos magnus – Elgar
Deus misereatur
Ireland in C
Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace – S.S. Wesley

O Jesus, I have promised – Wolvercote
Bright the vision that delighted – Laus Deo
Thy hand, O God, has guided – Thornbury
Be thou my vision, O Lord of my heart – Slane
Strengthen for service, Lord, the hands – Ach Gott und Herr
Ye holy angels bright – Darwall’s 148th

Mendelssohn : War March of the Priests
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Sunday, 20 December, 2009
Advent IV
10.30am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Congregational sertting : Wilson in D

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
The advent of our King – St Thomas
On Jordan’s bank the Baptist’s cry – Winchester New
O come, O come, Emmanuel – Veni Emmanuel
When came in flesh the incarnate Word – Wassail
Come, thou long-expected Jesus – Cross of Jesus

Brahms : Chorale Prelude, Es ist ein Ros’ entsprungen

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THE FEAST OF THE NATIVITY OF OUR LORD
Thursday, 24 December, 2009
11.30pm Solemn Mass of Midnight
(The Rev Fr Richard Cogill)

Propers :
Service :
Carols :

Proc :
Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Carol at Crib:
Rec :
Dominus dixit
Darke in F
Myn likingThe infant KingIn dulci jubiloOnce in royal David’s city – Irby
Hark! the herald-angels sing – Mendelssohn
While shepherds watched their flocks by night – Winchester Old
It came upon the midnight clear – Noël
O Little town of Bethlehem – Forest Green
Silent night
O come, all ye faithful – Adeste fideles

Widor :Toccata, from 5th Organ Symphony


Friday, 25 December, 2009
8.00am Low Mass:

Off :
Com :
While shepherds watched their flocks by night – Winchester Old
O little town of Bethlehem – Forest Green

J.S. Bach : Chorale Prelude, In dulci jubilo


10.30am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Propers :
Service :

Carols :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
 
Puer natus est
Messe in G – Schubert
(Beverley Chiat, Willem Bester, Njabulo Mthimkulu)
The Virgin’s Cradle Hymn (Irish), Il est né (Llewellyn), O little one sweet (Bach)

O come, all ye faithful – Adeste fideles
Of the Father’s love begotten – Divinum mysterium
Angels, from the realms of glory
O little town of Bethlehem – Forest Green
Hark! the herald-angels sing – Mendelssohn
We wish you a merry Christmas! – Warrell

Widor : Toccata, from 5th Organ Symphony

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The Choir is on vacation. Choral services resume on Sunday, 24 January, 2010

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Sunday, 27 December, 2009
THE FEAST OF ST JOHN
10.30am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Congregational setting : Wilson in D

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Spirit of Jesus, who didst move – Song 34
Of the Father’s love begotten – Divinum mysterium
Word supreme, before creation – St Thomas
In the bleak mid-winter – Cranham
Behold, the great Creator makes – Kilmarnock

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Sunday, 3 January, 2010
CHRISTMASS II
10.30am High Mass:

Congregational setting : Wilson in D

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Behold, the great Creator makes – Kilmarnock
Of the Father’s love begotten – Divinum mysterium
Once in royal David’s city – Irby
A great and mighty wonder – Es ist ein’ Ros’
I sing the birth was born tonight – Ach Herr

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Sunday, 10 January, 2010
EPIPHANY I
10.30 am Sung Mass:

Congregational setting : Wilson in D

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
O worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness! – Was lebet
The heavenly child in stature grows – Tallis
Brightest and best of the sons of the morning – Epiphany
Earth has many a noble city – Stuttgart
As with gladness men of old – Dix

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Sunday, 17 January, 2010
EPIPHANY II
10.30am High Mass:

Congregational setting : Wilson in D

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
O worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness! – Was lebet
The people that in darkness sat – Dundee
Songs of thankfulness and praise – St Edmund
My God, and is thy table spread – Rockingham
Now thank we all our God – Nun danket

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Sunday, 24 January, 2010
EPIPHANY III
10.30am High Mass:

Congregational setting : Wilson in D

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Be thou my guardian and my guide – Abridge
Put thou thy trust in God – St Michael
For the beauty of the earth – Dix
Jesu, gentlest Saviour – Eucharisticus
Alleluia, song of sweetness – Alleluia, dulce carmen

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Sunday, 31 January, 2010
SEPTUAGESIMA
10.30am High Mass:

Congregational setting : Wilson in D

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Creator of the world, to thee – St Gregory
Fight the good fight – Duke Street
Dear Lord and Father of mankind – Repton
We pray thee, heavenly Father – Dies Dominica
Songs of praise the angels sang – Northampton

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Sunday, 7 February, 2010
THE FEAST OF THE PRESENTATION OF CHRIST IN THE TEMPLE
(THE PURIFICATION OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY)
10.30am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Blessing of candles : Nunc dimittis – Sumsion, from Evening Service in G

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

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

Virgin-born, we bow before thee – Genevan Psalm lxxxvi
O Sion, open wide thy gates – Bristol
Hail to the Lord who comes – Old 120th
The heavenly child in stature grows – Tallis
The God whom earth and sea and sky – St Ambrose

Campbell : Gaudeamus

7.00pm Solemn Evensong and Benediction:

Preces :
Service :
Anthem :

Psalm :
Off Hymn :
Hymn :
Ayleward
Sumsion in G
Ave Maria – Arcadelt

26 (Chant : Elvey)
O Sion, open wide thy gates – Bristol
Hail to the Lord who comes – Old 120th

Clarke (arr Grace) : Purcell’s “Trumpet Tune”
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Sunday, 14 February, 2010
QUINQUAGESIMA
10.30am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Congregational setting : Wilson in D

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Come down, O Love divine – Down Ampney
Gracious Spirit, Holy Ghost – Charity
Love divine, all loves excelling – Love Divine
Our blest Redeemer, ere he breathed – St Cuthbert
O Holy Ghost, thy people bless – St Timothy

Hurford : Exurgat Deus, from Suite ‘Laudate Dominum

Christmas Cycle 2010-2011

Sunday, 28 November, 2010
ADVENT SUNDAY
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Congregational sertting : Wilson in D

Int:
Grad:
Off:
Com:
Rec:
The Advent of our King – St Thomas
Hark the glad sound! – Bristol
Lo, he comes with clouds descending – Helmsley
Thy kingdom come,0 God – St Cecilia
The Lord will come and not be slow – St Stephen

J.S. Bach : Chorale Prelude, Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme BWV 645


7.00pm A PROCESSION WITH CAROLS ON ADVENT SUNDAY


Processional :
Bidding Prayer
Our Father
Carol :
1st Lesson
Carol :
Hymn :
Carol :
2nd Lesson
Carol :
Hymn :
Carol :
3rd Lesson
Carol :
Procession :
4th Lesson
Carol :
Hymn :
Carol :
5th Lesson
Carol :
Responsory
Collect
Blessing
Hymn :
Matin Responsory – G.P. da Palestrina
Come, thou Redeemer of the earth –Veni, Redemptor gentium


Adam lay ybounden – Boris Ord

‘Twas in the year that King Uzziah died
Hark! A thrilling voice is sounding!
 – Merton
King Jesus hath a garden
 – trad. Dutch carol harm. Charles Wood

Ancient prophets first foretold him – trad Spanish, arr. William Llewellyn
On Jordan’s bank the Baptist’s cry – Winchester New
Es ist ein’ Ros’ entsprungen – German 15 th century, arr Michael Praetorius

There is no rose – John Joubert
Joys Seven – trad. English, harm Martin Shaw

Our Blessed Lady’s Dream – trad. harm. Deon Irish
Come, thou long-expected Jesus – Cross of Jesus
I sing of a maiden – Lennox Berkeley

Tomorrow shall be my dancing day  – trad arr. David Willcocks



O come, O come Emmauel – Veni Emmanuel

Organ Postlude : Fantasia on Veni Emmanuel – Alec Rowley
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Sunday, 5 December, 2009
Advent II
10.30am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Populus Sion
Missa in tempore Adventus
 – Michael Haydn
Remember, O Thou man – trad

The Lord will come and not be slow – St Stephen
Thou, whose almighty word – Moscow
Lo, he comes with clouds descending – Helmsley
Lord, thy word abideth – Ravenshaw
Come, thou long-expected Jesus – Cross of Jesus 

J.S. Bach : Chorale Prelude, Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland(Fughetta)

7.00pm A Procession with carols for Advent
Sung by the Choir of St Michael’s at the Roman Catholic Cathedral of Our Lady of the Flight into Egypt

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Sunday, 12 December, 2010
Advent III
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Congregational sertting : Wilson in D

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :

Rec :
Hark! a thrilling voice is sounding – Merton
On Jordan’s bank the Baptist’s cry – Winchester New
Hail to the Lord’s Anointed – Crüger
Chorale Prelude, Es ist ein Ros’ entsprungen – Brahms
Come, thou long-expected Jesus – Cross of Jesus
Thy Kingdom come! on bended knee – Irish

Brahms : Chorale Prelude, O Gott, du frommer Gott
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Sunday, 19 December, 2010
Advent IV
Corporate Mass of the Military and Hospitaller Order of St Lazarus of Jerusalem
(The Rector)

Propers :
Service :
Anthem :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Memento nostri
Mass for four voices – Byrd
This is the record of John
 – Gibbons

The advent of our King – St Thomas
On Jordan’s Bank – Winchester New
O Come, O come, Emmanuel – Veni Emmanuel
When came in flesh the incarnate Word – Walsall
Hills of the north, rejoice – Little Cornard

J.S. Bach : Final two variations on Sei gegrüsset, Jesu gutig

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THE FEAST OF THE NATIVITY OF OUR LORD
Friday, 24 December, 2010
11.30pm Solemn Mass of Midnight
(The Rector)

Propers :
Service :
Carols at Communion :

Proc :
Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Carol at Crib :
Rec :
Dominus dixit
Darke in F

The infant King; In the bleak mid-winter 
(Darke)

Once in royal David’s city – Irby
Hark! the herald angels sing – Mendelssohn
While shepherds watched their flocks by night – Winchester Old
It came upon a midnight clear – Noel
O little town of Bethlehem – Forest Green

Silent Night
O come, all ye faithful – Adeste fideles

Widor : Toccata, from 5th Organ Symphony


Saturday, 25 December, 2010
10.30am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Propers :
Service :

Carols at Communion :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Rec :
Puer natus est
Messe in F (“Jugendmesse”) – Haydn
(Beverley Chiat, Viulina Anguelov)

Myn liking (Terry); In the bleak mid-winter (Darke) The Shepherds’ Tale (Irish)

O come, all ye faithful – Adeste fidelis
Of the Father’s love begotten – Divinum mysterium
Christians, awake! salute the happy morn – Yorkshire
Hark! the herald angels sing – Mendelssohn

We wish you a merry Christmas! – Warrell

Widor : Toccata, from 5th Organ Symphony
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The Choir is on vacation. Choral services resume on 23 January, 2011.

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Sunday, 2 January, 2011
Christmass II
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Congregational setting : Wilson in D

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Christians awake! salute the happy morn – Yorkshire
Of the Father’s heart begotten – Divinum mysterium
O come, all ye angels – Adeste fidelis
O little town of Bethlehem – Forest Green
Behold, the great Creator makes – Kilmarnock

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Sunday, 9 January, 2011
Epiphany I
10.00 am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Congregational setting : Wilson in D

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
O Worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness! – Was lebet
The heavenly Child in stature grows – Tallis
Brightest and best of the sons of the morning – Epiphany
Earth has many a noble city – Stuttgart
As with gladness men of old – Dix

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Sunday, 16 January, 2011
Epiphany II
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Congregational setting : Wilson in D

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
As with gladness men of old – Dix
The people that in darkness sat – Dundee
Songs of thankfulness and praise – St Edmund
My God, and is thy table spread – Rockingham
Now thank we all our God – Nun danket

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Sunday, 23 January, 2011
Epiphany III
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr David Cherry)

Service: Missa L’hora passa – Viadana

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Be thou my guardian and my guide – Abridge
Put thou thy trust in God – St Michael
For the beauty of the earth – Dix
Jesu, gentlest Saviour – Eucharisticus
The heavenly Child in stature grows – Tallis

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Sunday, 30 January, 2011
Epiphany IV
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Congregational setting : Wilson in D

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Come, let us join our cheerful songs – Nativity
Lord, thy word abideth – Ravenshaw
Alleluia! sing to Jesus! – Hyfrydol
We pray thee, heavenly Father – Dies Dominica
There is a land of pure delight – Beulah

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Sunday, 6 February, 2011
Epiphany V
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Adorate Deum
Missa L’hora passa – Viadana
God be in my head – Walford Davies

Ye that know the Lord is gracious – HyfrydolLord, her watch thy Church is keeping – EvertonCity of God, how broad and far – RichmondFaithful Shepherd, feed me – Pastor pastorumPraise the Lord! ye heavens, adore him – Austria

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Sunday, 13 February, 2011
Epiphany VI
10.00am High Mass
(The Rector)

Congregational setting: Wilson in D

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Holy, Holy, Holy! Lord God Almighty! – Nicaea
Thou art the Way: by thee alone – St James
The Church’s one foundation – Aurelia
I heard the voice of Jesus say – Kingsfold
Alleluia, song of sweetness – Alleluia, dulce carmen

Handel (arr Oxley) : Overture, from ‘Music for the Royal Fireworks’
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Sunday, 20 February, 2011
Septuagesima
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Propers :
Service :
Anthem :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Circumdederunt me
Missa O quam gloriosum – Victoria
The heavens are telling – Haydn

God moves in a mysterious way – London NewFight the good fight with all thy might – Duke StreetO worship the King all glorious above – HanoverCreator of the world, to thee – St Gregory
Let us, with a gladsome mind – Monkland

Brahms : Chorale Prelude, O Gott, du frommer Gott

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Sunday, 27 February, 2011
Sexagesima
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Congregational setting : Wilson in D

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Lead us, heavenly Father, lead us – Mannheim
Who would true valour see – Monk’s Gate
Praise to the Holiest in the height – Gerontius
Once, only once, and once for all – Albano
Oft in danger, oft in woe – University College

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Sunday, 6 March, 2011
Quinquagesima
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Esto mihi
Jackson in G
Set me as a seal upon thine heart – Walton

O Holy Ghost, thy people bless – St Timothy
Gracious Spirit, Holy Ghost – Charity
Love divine, all loves excelling – Love Divine
O Love, how deep, how broad, how high! – Eisenach
O Thou who camest from above – Hereford

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

7.00pm Solemn Evensong and Benediction:

Preces :
Service :
Anthem :

Psalm :
Office hymn :
Hymn :
Ayleward
Stanford in B flat
Hear my prayer – Mendelssohn

20 (Chant: Aldrich)
Abide with me: fast falls the eventide – Eventide
Angel-voices ever singing – Angel voices

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

Christmas Cycle 2011-2012

Sunday, 27 November, 2011
ADVENT SUNDAY
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rt Rev David Russell

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Confirm :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Ad te levavi
Jackson in G
Remember O thou man – trad.

The advent of our King – St Thomas
Hark the glad sound! the Saviour comes – Bristol
Come, Holy Ghost, our souls inspire – Veni, creator Spiritus
Lo, he comes with clouds descending – Helmsley
Creator of the starry height – Conditor alme
The Lord will come and not be slow – St Stephen

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


7.00pm A PROCESSION WITH CAROLS ON ADVENT SUNDAY


Processional :
Bidding Prayer
Our Father
Carol :
1st Lesson
Carol :
Hymn :
Carol :
2nd Lesson
Carol :
Hymn :
Carol :
3rd Lesson
Carol :
Hymn :
Carol :
4th Lesson
Carol :
Hymn :
Carol :
5th Lesson
Carol :
Responsory
Collect
Blessing
Hymn :
Matin Responsory – G.P. da Palestrina
Come, thou Redeemer of the earth –Veni, Redemptor gentium


Adam lay ybounden – Boris Ord

‘Twas in the year that King Uzziah died
Hark! A thrilling voice is sounding!
 – Merton
King Jesus hath a garden
 – trad. Dutch carol harm. Charles Wood

The Carol of the Advent – trad harm. Martin Shaw
Sleepers, wake! The watch-cry pealeth – Wachet auf
Es ist ein’ Ros’ entsprungen – German 15 th century, arr Michael Praetorius

There is no rose – John Joubert
On Jordan’s bank the Baptist’s cry – Winchester New
Rorate celi desuper – Irish

Gabriel’s Message – trad. arr. Willcocks
Come, thou long-expected Jesus – Cross of Jesus
Christ the Apple Tree – Stanford Scriven

Tomorrow shall be my dancing day – trad arr. David Willcocks



O come, O come Emmanuel – Veni Emmanuel

Organ Postlude : Carillon sortie – Henri Mulet
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Sunday, 4 December, 2011
Advent II
10.30am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Congregational setting : Wilson in D
 


Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :

The Lord will come and not be slow – St Stephen
Thou, whose almighty word – Moscow
Lo, he comes with clouds descending – Helmsley
Lord, thy word abideth – Ravenshaw
Come, thou long-expected Jesus – Cross of Jesus

J.S. Bach : Chorale Prelude, Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland (Fughetta)


7.00pm A Procession with Carols for Advent
Sung by the Choir of St Michael’s at the Roman Catholic Cathedral of Our Lady of the Flight into Egypt
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Sunday, 11 December, 2011
Advent III
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rector)
 

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Gaudete
Missa in tempore Adventus – Michael Haydn
Rejoice in the Lord alway – anon.

Hark! a thrilling voice is sounding – Merton
On Jordan’s bank the Baptist’s cry – Winchester New
O Come, O come, Emmanuel – Veni Emmanuel
Come, thou long-expected Jesus – Cross of Jesus
Hills of the north, rejoice – Little Cornard


Clarke (arr Grace) : Purcell’s “Trumpet Tune”
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Sunday, 18 December, 2011
Advent IV
Corporate Mass of the Military and Hospitaller Order of St Lazarus of Jerusalem
(The Rector)

Congregational setting : Wilson in D

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
The advent of our King – St Thomas
On Jordan’s bank the Baptist’s cry – Moscow
O come, O come, Emmanuel – Veni Emmanuel
When came in flesh the incarnate Word – Walsall
Hark, the glad sound! the Saviour comes – Cross of Jesus


Herzog : Hymnus “Veni Redemptor gentium” (Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland)
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THE FEAST OF THE NATIVITY OF OUR LORD

Saturday, 24 December, 2011
11.30pm Solemn Mass of Midnight
(The Rev Fr Richard Cogill)

Propers :
Service :
Carols :

Proc :
Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
At the Crib :
Rec :
Dominus dixit
Missa L’Hora passa – Viadana
The infant King; Myn liking


Once in royal David’s city – Irby
Hark! the herald angels sing – Mendelssohn
While shepherds watched their flocks by night – Winchester Old
It came upon a midnight clear – Noel
O little town of Bethlehem – Forest Green
Silent Night
O come, all ye faithful – Adeste fideles

Gigout : Toccata

Sunday, 25 December, 2011
10.30am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Propers :
Service :

Carols :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Rec :
Puer natus est
Missa Sancti Joannis de Deo (Kleine Orgelsolomesse) – Joseph Haydn(Beverley Chiat)
Away in a manger (willcocks); The Virgin’s Cradle Hymn (Irish)

O come, all ye faithful – Adeste fidelis
Of the Father’s love begotten – Divinum mysterium
Shepherds, in the field abiding – Shepherds in the field
Hark! the herald angels sing – Mendelssohn

Widor : Toccata, from Fifth Organ Symphony
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Sunday, 1 January, 2012
THE FEAST OF THE CIRCUMCISION OF CHRIST
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Congregational setting : Wilson in D


Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :

Of the Father’s heart begotten – Divinum mysterium
The ancient law departs – St Michael
It came upon the midnight clear – Noel
In the bleak mid-winter – Cranham
Behold, the great Creator makes – Kilmarnock

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The Choir is on vacation and the organ is undergoing extensive maintenance. In consequence, services during January will be said. Choral services resume on 12 February, 2012.

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Sunday, 5 February, 2012
Septuagesima
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Congregational setting : Wilson in D


Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :

Creator of the world, to thee – St Gregory
Fight the good fight with all thy might! – Duke Street
O Worship the King all glorious above – Hanover
We pray thee, heavenly Father – Dies Dominica
Songs of praise the angels sang – Northampton

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Sunday, 12 February, 2012
Sexagesima
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Exsurge, quare
Missa Simile est regnum – Victoria
Thou visitest the earth – Greene

Lead us, heavenly Father, lead us – Mannheim
Who would true valour see – Monks’Gate
Praise to the Holiest in the height – Gerontius
Once, only once, and once for all – Albano
Oft in danger, oft in woe – University College


Johnson : Trumpet Tune (Homage to the 18th century)
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Sunday, 19 February, 2012
Quinquagesima
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Esto mihi
Sumsion in F
Love one another – S.S. Wesley

Come down, O Love divine – Down Ampney
Gracious Spirit, Holy Ghost – Charity
Love divine, all loves excelling – Love Divine
Our blest Redeemer, ere he breathed – St Cuthbert
O Thou, who camest from above – Hereford


Hollins : A Trumpet Minuet

Christmas Cycle 2012 – 2013

Sunday, 2 December, 2012
ADVENT SUNDAY
10.30am High Mass:
(The Ven the Rector

Propers :
Service :
Anthem :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Ad te levavi
Darke in F (with brass)
Turn back O man – Holst (brass arrangments Irish)

The advent of our King – St Thomas
Hark the glad sound! the Saviour comes – Bristol
Lo, he comes with clouds descending – Helmsley (brass arrangements Webster)
Come thou long-expected Jesus – Cross of Jesus
Hark! A thrilling voice is sounding! – Merton (brass arrangements Webster)

Vierne : Finale, from Symphony No 1 in D minor, Op 14


7.00pm A PROCESSION WITH CAROLS ON ADVENT SUNDAY

Processional :
Bidding Prayer
Our Father
Carol :
1st Lesson
Carol :
Hymn :
Carol :
2nd Lesson
Carol :
Hymn :
Carol :
3rd Lesson
Carol :
Hymn :
Carol :
4th Lesson
Carol :
Hymn :
Carol :
5th Lesson
Carol :
Responsory
Collect
Blessing
Hymn :
Matin Responsory – G.P. da Palestrina
Come, thou Redeemer of the earth – Veni, Redemptor gentium

Christ the Apple Tree – Stanford Scriven

‘Twas in the year that King Uzziah died
Hark! A thrilling voice is sounding!
 – Merton
Remember, O thou man
 – trad. harm. Ravenscroft

King Jesus hath a garden – trad. Dutch carol harm. Charles Wood
The Lord will come and not be slow – St Stephen
Rorate celi desuper – Irish

There is no rose – John Joubert
On Jordan’s bank the Baptist’s cry – Winchester New
Gabriel’s Message – trad. arr. Willcocks

I sing of a maiden – Charles Waters
Come, thou long-expected Jesus – Cross of Jesus
The Cherry Tree Carol – trad. arr. Willcocks

Ave Maris Stella – James MacMillan



O come, O come Emmanuel – Veni Emmanuel

Organ Postlude : Fantasia on Veni Emmanuel– Alec Rowley
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Sunday, 9 December, 2012
Advent II
Corporate Mass of the Military and Hospitaller Order of St Lazarus of Jerusalem
10.00am High Mass:
(The Ven the Rector)Congregational setting : Wilson in D


Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :

The Lord will come and not be slow – St Stephen
Thou, whose almighty word – Moscow
Lo, he comes with clouds descending – Helmsley
Creator of the starry height – Conditor alme
Come, thou long-expected Jesus – Cross of Jesus

J.S. Bach : Chorale Prelude, Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme BWV 645


7.00pm A Procession with Carols for Advent
Sung by the Choir of St Michael’s at the Roman Catholic Cathedral of Our Lady of the Flight into Egypt
__________________________________________________________________________Sunday, 16 December, 2012
Advent III
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev Fr Beverley Johnson)

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Gaudete
Missa in tempore Adventus – Michael Haydn
This is the Record of John – Gibbons

Hark! a thrilling voice is sounding – Merton
On Jordan’s bank the Baptist’s cry – Winchester New
O Come, O come, Emmanuel – Veni Emmanuel
Thy Kingdom come, O God – St Cecilia
Hills of the north, rejoice – Little Cornard

Bach : Fughetta super, Nun komm’ der Heiden Heiland
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Sunday, 23 December, 2012
Advent IV
10.00am High Mass:
(The Ven the Rector)

Congregational setting : Wilson in D


Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :

The advent of our King – St Thomas
On Jordan’s bank the Baptist’s cry – Winchester New
O come, O come, Emmanuel – Veni Emmanuel
When came in flesh the incarnate Word – Walsall
Come, thou long-expected Jesus – Cross of Jesus

Mulet : Carillon sortie

J.S. Bach : Fughetta super Nun komm’der Heiden Heiland

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THE FEAST OF THE NATIVITY OF OUR LORD
Monday, 24 December, 2012
11.30pm Solemn Mass of Midnight:
(The Ven the Rector)

Propers :
Service :
Carols during Com :

Proc :
Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Carol at the Crib :
Rec :
Dominus dixit
Darke in F
Il est né, le divin enfant (Llewellyn); In the bleak midwinter (Darke); Ding dong! merrily on high (Wood)

Once in royal David’s city – Irby
Hark! the herald-angels sing – Mendelssohn
While shepherds watched their flocks – Winchester Old
It came upon the midnight clear – Noel
O little town of Bethlehem – Forest Green
Silent Night
O come, all ye faithful – Adeste fideles

Widor : Toccata, from 5th Organ Symphony

Tuesday, 25 December, 2012
8.00am Low Mass:
(The Ven the Rector)

Com :O little town of Bethlehem – Forest Green

J.S. Bach : Chorale Prelude, In dulci jubilo

10.30am High Mass:)
(The Ven the Rector)

J.S. Bach : Chorale Prelude, In dulci jubilo

Propers :
Service :

Carols during Com :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Puer natus est
Missa brevis in F
 (“Jugendmesse“)
 – Joseph Haydn(Soloists: Beverley Chiat, Viulina Anguelov)
Away in a manger
 (Willcocks); Ding dong! merrily on high (Willcocks); Myn liking (Terry)O come, all ye faithful – Adeste fideles
Of the Father’s love begotten – Divinum mysterium
Christians, awake! salute the happy morn – Yorkshire
O little town of Bethlehem – Forest Green
Hark! the herald-angels sing – Mendelssohn


We wish you a merry Christmas!
 – arr Warrell

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The Choir is on vacation. Choral services resume on 3 February, 2013

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Sunday, 27 January, 2013
Septuagesima
10.00am High Mass:
(The Ven the Rector)

Congregational setting : Wilson in D

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Creator of the world, to thee – St Gregory
Fight the good fight with all thy might – Duke Street
O Worship the King all glorious above – Hanover
We pray thee, heavenly Father – Dies Dominica
Songs of praise the angels sang – Northampton

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Sunday, 3 February, 2013
THE PRESENTATION OF CHRIST IN THE TEMPLE
(The Purification of St Mary the Virgin, or Candlemas)
10.00am High Mass:
(The Ven the Rector)

Propers :
Nunc dimittis :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Suscepimus
From the Short Service – Gibbons
Sumsion in F
Ave Maria – Arcadelt

O Sion, open wide thy gates – Bristol
The God whom earth and sea and sky – St Ambrose
Hail to the Lord who comes – Old 120th
Virgin born, we bow before thee – Genevan PSalm lxxxvi
The people that in darkness sat – Dundee

Dupré : Placare Christe servulis

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

Preces :
Service :
Anthem :

Psalm :
Office Hymn :
Hymn :

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

26 (Chant : Elvey)
Creator of the world, to thee – St Gregory
Praise to the Holiest in the height – Gerontius

Hereford
St Thomas

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Sunday, 10 February, 2013
Quinquagesima
10.00am High Mass:
(The Ven the Rector)

Congregational setting : Wilson in D

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Come down, O Love divine – Down Ampney
Gracious Spirit, Holy Ghost – Charity
Love divine, all loves excelling – Love Divine
Our blest Redeemer, ere he breathed – St Cuthbert
O Thou who camest from above – St Gregory

J.S. Bach : Prelude in C major

Christmas Cycle 2013 – 2014

Sunday, 1 December, 2013
ADVENT SUNDAY
10.00am High Mass:
(The Ven the Rector

Propers :
Service :
Anthem :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Ad te levavi
Missa in tempore Adventus – Michael Haydn
Judge Eternal – Marchant

The advent of our King – St Thomas
Hark the glad sound! the Saviour comes – Bristol
Lo, he comes with clouds descending – Helmsley
When came in flesh the incarnate Word – Walsall
Hark! A thrilling voice is sounding! – Merton

Bach : Chorale Prelude, Wachet auf


7.00pm A PROCESSION WITH CAROLS ON ADVENT SUNDAY

Processional :
Bidding Prayer
Our Father
Carol :
1st Lesson
Carol :
Hymn :
Carol :
2nd Lesson
Carol :
Hymn :
Carol :
3rd Lesson
Carol :
Hymn :
4th Lesson
Carol :
Hymn :
Carol :
5th Lesson
Carol :
Responsory
Collect
Blessing
Hymn :
Matin Responsory – G.P. da Palestrina
Come, thou Redeemer of the earth – Veni, Redemptor gentium

This is the truth sent from above – Vaughan Williams

‘Twas in the year that King Uzziah died
Hark! A thrilling voice is sounding!
 – Merton
King Jesus hath a garden
 – trad. Dutch carol harm. Charles Wood

Fum, fum, fum – trad. Spanish, arr. Llewellyn
Sleepers wake! the watch-cry pealeth – Wachet auf
Es ist ein’Ros’entsprungen – German mediaeval, arr. Praetorius

There is no rose – John Joubert
On Jordan’s bank the Baptist’s cry – Winchester New

Gabriel’s Message – trad. arr. Willcocks
Come, thou long-expected Jesus – Cross of Jesus
I sing of a maiden – Charles Waters

Tomorrow shall be my dancing day – trad. arr Willcocks



O come, O come Emmanuel – Veni Emmanuel

Organ Postlude : Improvisation on Veni Emmanuel – Deon Irish
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Sunday, 8 December, 2012
Advent II
10.00am High Mass:
(The Ven the Rector)

Congregational setting : Wilson in D

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
The Lord will come and not be slow – St Stephen
Lord, thy word abideth – Ravenshaw
Lo, he comes with clouds descending – Helmsley
Thy Kingdom come! on bended knee – Irish
Thou, whose almighty word – Moscow

7.00pm A Procession with Carols for Advent
Sung by the Choir of St Michael’s at the Roman Catholic Cathedral of Our Lady of the Flight into Egypt
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Sunday, 15 December, 2013
Advent III
Corporate Mass of the Military and Hospitaller Order of St Lazarus of Jerusalem
10.00am High Mass:
(The Ven the Rector)

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Gaudete
Missa brevis in G (Rorate coeli desuper) Hob. XXII:3 – Haydn
Rejoice in the Lord alway – Purcell

Hark! a thrilling voice is sounding – Merton
On Jordan’s bank the Baptist’s cry – Winchester New
O Come, O come, Emmanuel – Veni Emmanuel
Come thous long-expected Jesus – Cross of Jesus
Hills of the north, rejoice – Little Cornard

Rowley : Fantasia on ‘Veni Emmanuel’
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Sunday, 8 December, 2012
Advent IV
10.00am High Mass:
(The Ven the Rector)

Congregational setting : A Folk Mass – Shaw

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Creator of the starry height – Conditor alme
On Jordan’s bank the Baptist’s cry – Winchester New
Hail to the Lord’s Anointed – Crüger
When came in flesh the incaranate Word – Walsall
O Come, O come, Emmanuel – Veni Emmanuel

Buxtehude : Prelude in G minor
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THE FEAST OF THE NATIVITY OF OUR LORD
Tuesday, 24 December, 2013
11.30pm Solemn Mass of Midnight
(The Ven the Rector)

Propers :
Service :
Motet :
Carol during Communion :

Proc :
Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Carol at the Crib :
Rec :
Dominus dixit
Darke in F
O Magnum mysterium – Lauridsen
The infant King (arr. Willcocks)

Once in royal David’s city – Irby
Hark! the herald angels sing – Mendelssohn
While shepherds watched their flocks by night – Winchester Old
It came upon a midnight clear – Noel
O little town of Bethlehem – Forest Green
Silent Night
O come, all ye faithful – Adeste fideles

Widor : Toccata, from 5th Organ Symphony

Wednesday, 25 December, 2013
8.00am Low Mass:

Hymn during Communion: O little town of Bethlehem – Forest Green

J.S. Bach : Chorale Prelude, In dulci jubilo


10.30am High Mass:
(The Ven the Rector) 

Propers :
Service :

Carols during Communion :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com:
Rec :
Puer natus est
Missa Sancti Joannis de Deo (Kleine Orgelsolomesse)– Joseph Haydn(Beverley Chiat)
Away in a manger (Willcocks); Ding, dong! merrily on high (Wood); O Jesulein süss (Bach)


O come, all ye faithful – Adeste fidelis
Of the Father’s love begotten – Divinum mysterium
Shepherds, in the field abiding – Shepherds in the field
O little town of Bethlehem – Forest Green
Hark! the herald angels sing – Mendelssohn

Vierne : Finale, from Organ Symphony No 1, Op 14
__________________________________________________________________________(The Choir is on vacation. Choral services resume on The Feast of Candlemas, 2 February, 2011.)

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Sunday, 2 February, 2014
THE PRESENTATION OF CHRIST IN THE TEMPLE, also known as
THE PURIFICATION OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY
10.00am High Mass:
(The Ven the Rector)

Propers :
Nunc dimittis :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Proc :
Suscepimus
from Wood in D
Darke in F
Ave Maria – Rachmaninov

Hail to the Lord who comes – Old 120th
O Sion, open wide thy gates – Bristol
O Worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness! – Was lebet
Virgin born, we bow before thee – Genevan Psalm lxxxvi
The God whom earth and sea and sky – St Ambrose

Bach : Final variation on Sei gegrüsset, Jesu gutig

7.00pm Solemn Evensong and Benediction

Preces :
Service :
Anthem :

Psalm :
Office hymn :
Hymn :
Byrd
Wood in D
Ave Maria – Arcadelt

48 (Chant : Robinson)
O Sion, open wide thy gates – Bristol
Earth has many a noble city – Stuttgart

Murrill : Carillon
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Sunday, 9 February, 2013
Epiphany V
10.00am High Mass:
(The Ven the Rector)

Congregational setting : Wilson in D

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
City of God, how broad and far – Richmond
Ye that know the Lord is gracious – Hyfrydol
As with gladness men of old – Dix
Songs of thankfulness and praise – St Edmund
Alleluia, song of sweetness – Alleluia, dulce carmen

Bach : Chorale prelude, In dir ist Freude
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Sunday, 16 February, 2014
Septuagesima
10.00am High Mass:
(The Ven the Rector)

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Circumdederunt
Missa L’hora passa – Viadana
O bone Jesu – Palestrina

Creator of the world. to thee – St Gregory
Fight the good fight with all thy might – Duke Street
O Worship the King all glorious above – Hanover
We pray thee, heavenly Father – Dies Dominica
Songs of praise the angels sang – Northampton

CPE Bach : Sonata in F
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Sunday, 23 February, 2014
Sexagesima
10.00am High Mass:
(The Ven the Rector)

Congregational setting : Wilson in D

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Lead us, heavenly Father, lead us – Mannheim
Who would true valour see – Monks’ Gate
Praise to the Holiest in the height – Gerontius
Once, only once, and once for all – Albano
We plough the fields, and scatter – Wir pflügen

Bach : Chorale Prelude, Schmücke dich
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Sunday, 2 March, 2014
Quinquagesima
10.00am High Mass:
(The Ven the Rector)

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Proc :
Esto mihi
Stanford in C and F
Jubilate in C – Stanford

Come down, O Love divine – Down Ampney
Gracious Spirit, Holy Ghost – Charity
Love Divine, all loves excelling – Love Divine
Our blest Redeemer, ere he breathed – St Cuthbert
O Thou, who camest from above – Hereford

Stanford : Postlude in D minor, Set 2 No. 6

7.00pm Solemn Evensong and Benediction

Preces :
Service :
Anthem :

Psalm :
Office hymn :
Hymn :
Byrd
Noble in B minor
Greater Love – Ireland

15 (Chant : Arnold)
Blest Creator of the light – Vienna
Angel-voices ever singing – Angel voices

Stanford : Prelude in F, Set 2 No. 1

Christmas Cycle 2014-2015

Sunday, 30 November, 2014
ADVENT SUNDAY
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev the Rector

Propers :
Service :
Anthem :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Ad te levavi
Missa in tempore Adventus – Michael Haydn
Remember, O thou man – trad. harm. Vaughan Williams

The advent of our King – St Thomas
Hark the glad sound! the Saviour comes – Bristol
Lo, he comes with clouds descending – Helmsley
Thy kingdom come! on bended knee – Irish
Hark! A thrilling voice is sounding! – Merton

Bach : Chorale Prelude, Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme BWV 645


7.00pm A PROCESSION WITH CAROLS ON ADVENT SUNDAY

Processional :
Bidding Prayer
Our Father
Carol :
1st Lesson
Carol :
Hymn :
Carol :
2nd Lesson
Carol :
Hymn :
Carol :
3rd Lesson
Carol :
Hymn :
4th Lesson
Carol :
Hymn :
Carol :
5th Lesson
Carol :
Responsory
Collect
Blessing
Hymn :
Matin Responsory – G.P. da Palestrina
Come, thou Redeemer of the earth – Veni, Redemptor gentium

Adam lay ybounden – Ord

‘Twas in the year that King Uzziah died
Hark! A thrilling voice is sounding!
 – Merton
Long ago, prophets knew
 – tune Piae Cantiones, arr. Malcom Archer

Es sungen drei Engel – German mediaeval, arr. Irish
Sleepers wake! the watch-cry pealeth – Wachet auf
Es ist ein’Ros’entsprungen – German mediaeval, arr. Praetorius

There is no rose – John Joubert
Come, thou long-expected Jesus – Cross of Jesus

Gabriel’s Message – trad. arr. Willcocks
On Jordan’s bank the Baptist’s cry – Winchester New
Joys Seven – English 15th century, harmonized by Martin Shaw (1875-1958)

O nata lux – Office Hymn for the Transfiguration, set by Morten Lauridsen (b.1943)



O come, O come, Emmanuel – Veni Emmanuel

Organ Postlude : Fantasia on Veni Emmanuel – Alec Rowley
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Sunday, 7 December, 2014
Advent II
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev the Rector)Congregational setting : A Folk Mass – Shaw


Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :

The Lord will come and not be slow – St Stephen
Lord, thy word abideth – Ravenshaw
Lo, he comes with clouds descending – Helmsley
Come, thou long-expected Jesus – Cross of Jesus
Thou, whose almighty word – Moscow

Karg-Elert : Chorale Prelude, O Ewigkeit, from Op 65
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Sunday, 14 December, 2014
Advent III
Corporate Mass of the Military and Hospitaller Order of St Lazarus of Jerusalem
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev the Rector)
 

Propers :
Service :
Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Gaudete
Mass for four voices – Byrd
Rejoice in the Lord alway – 16th cent. anon.

Hark! a thrilling voice is sounding – Merton
On Jordan’s bank the Baptist’s cry – Winchester New
O Come, O come, Emmanuel – Veni Emmanuel
Creator of the starry height – Conditor alme
Hills of the north, rejoice – Little Cornard

Mendelssohn : Con moto maestoso, from Sonata in A major, Op 65 No 3
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Sunday, 21 December, 2014
Advent IV
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev the Rector)

Congregational setting : A Folk Mass – Shaw


Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :

The advent of our King – St Thomas
On Jordan’s bank the Baptist’s cry – Winchester New
O come, O come, Emmanuel – Veni Emmanuel
When came in flesh the incarnate Word – Walsall
Come, thou long-expected Jesus – Cross of Jesus

Rowley : Fantasia on Veni Emmanuel
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THE FEAST OF THE NATIVITY OF OUR LORD
Wednesday, 24 December, 2014
11.30pm Solemn Mass of Midnight
(The Rev the Rector)

Propers :
Service :
Motet :
Carols during Communion :

Proc :
Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Carol at the Crib :
Rec :
Dominus dixit
Missa O quam gloriosum est regnum – Victoria
O nata lux – Lauridsen
Ding, dong! merrily on high


Once in royal David’s city – Irby
Hark! the herald angels sing – Mendelssohn
While shepherds watched their flocks by night – Winchester Old
It came upon a midnight clear – Noel
O little town of Bethlehem – Forest Green
Silent Night
O come, all ye faithful – Adeste fideles

J.S. Bach : Chorale Prelude, In dulci jubilo


Thursday, 25 December, 2014
10.30am High Mass:
(The Rev the Rector)

Propers :
Service :

Carols during Communion :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com:
Rec :
Final carol :
Puer natus est
Missa Sancti Nicolai – Joseph Haydn(Beverley Chiat, Violina Anguelov, Willem Bester, George Stevens)
The Infant King (arr Willcocks); Pueri concinite – von Herbeck (orch. Irish)


O come, all ye faithful – Adeste fidelis
Of the Father’s love begotten – Divinum mysterium
Christians, awake! salute the happy morn – Yorkshire
O little town of Bethlehem – Forest Green
Hark! the herald angels sing – Mendelssohn
We wish you a merry Christmas (arr Warrell)

Widor : Toccata, from Organ Symphony No 5
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The Choir is on vacation. Choral services resume on 1 February, 2015

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Sunday, 18 January, 2015
Epiphany II
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev the Rector)


Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :

O worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness! – Was lebet
Thou art the Christ, O Lord – Love unknown
Songs of thankfulness and praise – St Edmund
O Thou, who at thy Eucharist didst pray – Song 1
Now thank we all our God – Nun danket

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Sunday, 25 January, 2015
THE FEAST OF THE CONVERSION OF ST PAUL
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev the Rector)


Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :

Paul the preacher, Paul the poet – Stuttgart
From heaven’s height Christ spake to call – Tallis’Canon
We sing the glorious conquest – Ellacombe
How bright these glorious spirits shine – Beatitudo
Captains of the saintly band – University College

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Sunday, 1 February, 2015
Septuagesima
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev the Rector)


Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :

Creator of the world, to thee – St Gregory
Fight the good fight with all thy might! – Duke Street
O Worship the King all glorious above – Hanover
We pray thee, heavenly Father – Dies Dominica
Songs of praise the angels sang – Northampton

THE FEAST OF THE PRESENTATION OF CHRIST IN THE TEMPLE
7.00pm Solemn Evensong and Benediction:

Preces :
Service :
Anthem :

Psalm :
Office hymn :
Hymn :
Smith of Durham
Walmisley in D minor
Ave Maria – Arcadelt

26 (Chant : Elvey)
O Sion, open wide thy gates – Bristol
Hail to the Lord who comes – Old 120th

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Sunday, 8 February, 2015
THE FEAST OF THE PRESENTATION OF CHRIST IN THE TEMPLE
(THE FEAST OF THE PURIFICATION OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY)
10.30am High Mass:
(The Rector)

Blessing :
Propers :
Service :

Motet :

Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :
Rec :
Nunc dimittis,from the Short Service– Gibbons
Suscepimus
Missa Brevis in F (“Jugendmesse“) – Haydn
(Beverley Chiat, Violina Anguelov)
Behold, the tabernacle of God – Harris

Hail to the Lord who comes – Old 120th
O Sion, open wide thy gates – Bristol
O Worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness! – Was lebet
Virgin born, we bow before thee – Genevan Psalm lxxxvi
The God whom earth and sea and sky – St Ambrose


 J.S. Bach : Fugue on Magnificat

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Sunday, 15 February, 2015
Quinquagesima
10.00am High Mass:
(The Rev the Rector)

Congregational setting : Wilson in D


Int :
Grad :
Off :
Com :

Rec :

Come down, O Love divine – Down Ampney
Gracious Spirit, Holy Ghost – Charity
Love divine, all loves excelling – Love Divine
Prélude – Franck
Our blest Redeemer, ere he breathed – St Cuthbert
O Holy Ghost, thy people bless – St Timothy

Clérambault : Basse et Dessus de Trompette