Paul Meleor: The Beatitudes
Sofia Vokalensemble; Susan Radif, Soloist

Bach: Alles was Odem hat
Calmus Ensemble

Max Reger: Nachtlied
Calmus

Evening song
The night has fallen,
And we should rest;
God is there, to care for us
By his good will,
So that we settle
In his company and blessing,
To maintain the peace.

Father, drive the evil spirits
Far away from us;
Keep the night watch;
Be our protector;
Shield both body and soul
Under your wings;
Send us your angels!

Let us go to sleep
With good thoughts,
Happily awaken
And never waver from you;
Let us, with rearing,
Focus our deeds and words
On your glory!

Melchior Franck: Nunc dimittis
Sirventes Berlin; Stefan Schuck, Conductor

Lord, now lettest thou thy servant depart in peace according to thy word.
For mine eyes have seen thy salvation,
Which thou hast prepared before the face of all people;
To be a light to lighten the Gentiles and to be the glory of thy people Israel.

John Blow: Save me, O God
Cantamus Berlin; Jens Bauditz, Conductor

Rev. Michael Panachikal V.C.: Thirunama keerthanam
The Living Stones Quartet

The translation I found:
Oh Lord what is the use of tongue for me, if I cant sing your holy name?
Oh Lord what is use of the mouth if I can’t sing your blessings?
Oh Lord what is the use of this Life then?

I shall sing along with the birds who sing and awake the world.
I will sing mixed with the cool breeze which carries the music of the river>

I will sing in a top voice, looking into the eyes of stars that appear (bloom) far on the sky.
I shall sing along with angels when you come at last over the clouds of the sky.

Take it to the Lord in Prayer
Aeolians of Oakwood University
(This was the group that was recently in California, and suffered a bus accident. They all escaped the bus, but the person who ran into the bus was killed.)

The Irish Blessing, arr. Graeme Langager
CSULB University Choir; Joshua Palkki, Conductor

Ola Gjeilo: Ubi Caritas
Zero8

Frederick Bayani Mabalot: In Paradisum
Stellenbosch University Chamber Choir; Martin Berger, Director