28. August 2011 · Comments Off on Gospel For Teens · Categories: Videos

Breaking my Sunday rule. Again.

I wish I could embed this, because I know some of you won’t click on these links. But let me tell you, it’s well worth your time. Really.

Gospel for Teens, part 1

Gospel for Teens, part 2

Go Down Moses

28. August 2011 · Comments Off on Sunday Evening Music · Categories: Sunday Evening Music

Pavel Chesnokov: All-night vigil: Blessed is the Man;
University of Warsaw Choir,
baritone: Krzysztof Chalimoniuk

Just read this:

Dear friends of Salvatore Licitra,
Here is to inform that Salvatore Licitra suffered a severe traffic accident late Saturday night, August 27, in Modica (Ragusa, Sicily). He was brought to Garibaldi di Catania hospital where he had surgery and is treated for his serious injuries.

And here is a news article.

This doesn’t sound good.

28. August 2011 · Comments Off on Sunday @ Noon · Categories: Sunday @ Noon Music

Something quite different today … the serpent is a very old instrument, to be sure!

“Praefatio de Ascensione Domini” from Missale Romanun, Ex Decreto Sacrosancti Concelii Tridentini (MCMXXXV)
Douglas Yeo playing the serpent

… and since this was short, here’s a slightly more contemporary hymn on the serpent:

28. August 2011 · Comments Off on Sunday Morning Music · Categories: Sunday Morning Music

Mendelssohn: Beati mortui
Krin’s Singers

Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord from henceforth:
Yea, saith the Spirit, that they may rest from their labours;
and their works do follow them.