Bruckner: Locus Iste
Tenebrae; Nigel Short, Conductor

Parry: My Soul, There is a Country
Choir of Royal Holloway

My soul, there is a country
Far beyond the stars,
Where stands a winged sentry
All skilful in the wars:
There, above noise and danger
Sweet Peace sits crowned with smiles
And One, born in a manger
Commands the beauteous files.
He is thy gracious friend
And, O my soul, awake!
Did in pure love descend
To die here for thy sake.
If thou canst get but thither,
There grows the flow’r of Peace,
The Rose that cannot wither,
Thy fortress and thy ease.
Leave then thy foolish ranges,
For none can thee secure
But One who never changes,
Thy God, thy life, thy cure.

William Byrd: Sing Joyfully

Maria durch ein Dornwald ging, arr. Stefan Claas

Maria walks amid the thorn,
Which for seven years no leaf hath born
She walks amid the wood of thorn
Jesus and Maria.

What ‘neath her heart does Mary bear?
A little child doth Mary bear
Beneath her heart he nestles there.
Jesus and Maria.

And as the two are passing near
Lo! Roses on the thorns appear!
Jesus and Maria.

Es kommt ein Schiff geladen, arr. Oliver Gies
Jazzchor der Uni Bonn; Jan-Hendrik Herrmann, Conductor

Philip Stopford: Adam Lay Ybounden
Belfast Cathedral Choir

The King of Love, arr. Paul J. Christiansen
The Concordia Choir and Alumni Choir; René Clausen, Conductor

Gretchaninoff: Our Father
The Concordia Choir and Alumni Choir; René Clausen, Conductor

Arvo Pärt: The Deer’s Cry

Cyrillus Kreek: Taaveti laul 137 “Paabeli jogede” (Song of David 137 “The Rivers of Babylon”
The Norwegian Student Song Association; Marit Tøndel bodsberg Weyde