Palestrina: Tu es Petrus
New York Polyphony + countertenor Tim Keeler, tenor Andrew Fuchs and bass-baritone Jonathan Woody

You are Peter,
And upon this Rock I will build My Church:
and the gates of hell shall not overcome it.
And I will give you the keys to the kingdom of heaven.

Whatever you bind upon earth shall be bound in heaven,
and whatever you release upon earth shall be released in heaven,
and I will give you the keys to the kingdom of Heaven.

Elaine Hagenberg: O Love
(I couldn’t find information on the singers or the cellist and pianist.)

Samuel Barber: Agnus Dei
Vlaams Radio Koor; Marcus Creed, Conductor

Salamone Rossi: Psalm 124
USC Thornton Chamber Singers; Nathan Fratzke, Conductor

As far as I know, aside from me, there is one person who listens to these. I am thinking this may be the final bit of Sunday music I post. I’m not certain, but my energy has been waning recently. Perhaps that will change in the new year, but I just don’t know. If this IS the last, this seems a good thought to end with.

If it’s not … well … it’s not! (If you aren’t my sister and you listen to these perhaps drop me a line so I know more than the two of us are listening?!)

Elaine Hagenberg: The Meditations of My Heart
(No information on singers was given on the YouTube page.)

Sussex Carol, arr. Matthew Culloton
The Singers; Matthew Culloton, Conductor; Min Kim, Harp; Marilee Klemp, Oboe

Lo How A Rose E’er Blooming
The Orchardist

W. J. Kirkpaterick: Away in the Manger, arr. Ola Gjeilo
Central Washington University Chamber Choir; Megan McCormick, Solo; Gary Weidenaar, Director

Jaakko Mäntyjärvi: O magnum mysterium
Choir of Trinity College Cambridge; Stephen Layton, Conductor

Dan Forrest: i thank You God for most this amazing day
Atlanta Master Chorale; Dr. Eric Nelson, Conductor
Accompanist: Jonathan Easter | Strings: Elizabeth Fayette (violin), Jessica Wu (violin ii), Yinzi Kong (viola), Guang Wang (cello), Adam Bernstein (string bass) | Percussion: Joel Morris