First Tuesday Concert Series - University Choir and Kantorei
Tuesday, November 7, 2017
Neu Chapel Sanctuary, University of Evansville Campus, 1800 Lincoln Ave, Evansville, IN
Dennis Malfatti, Conductor
Pseaume 42 from The Genevan Psalter (1565)
Claude Goudimel (c. 1514-1565)
Adoramus te Christe (publ. 1604)
Orlando di Lasso (1532-1594)
Jubilate Deo (1585)
Orlando di Lasso
Giuseppe Ottavio Pitoni (1657-1743)
Angelus Domini, Op. 133, No. 4
Josef Rheinberger (1839-1901)
When Mary Thro’ the Garden Went, Op. 127, No. 3
Charles Villiers Stanford (1852-1924)
“Shepherds Chorus” from Amahl and the Night Visitors
Gian Carlo Menotti (1911-2007)
Isaac Cooper, Griffin Devoy, and Adam Smith, soloists
The Lamb (1982)
John Tavener (1944-2013)
Ave Maria (1992)
Javier Busto (b. 1949)
Two Movements from Poemas de Amor
Stephen Paulus (1949-2014)
IV. Si lo dicen, digan
V. Mano a Mano
Ross Erickson, percussion
Were You There? (1969)
arr. Norman Luboff
O Day Full of Grace (1943)
F. Melius Christiansen (1871-1955)
(after trad. Danish hymn)
Pseaume 42 (Psalm 42)
As the burrowing stag is found chastening the waters, thus my heart sighs after the Lord. My soul thirsts for the great living God, when shall I come face to face with God?
Adoramus te Christe
We adore Thee, O Christ, and we bless Thee, who by Thy Holy Cross has redeemed the world.
Jubilate Deo (Psalm 99)
Sing joyfully to God, all the earth, serve the Lord with gladness, enter into his presence with jubilation for the Lord alone is God
Cantate Domino (Psalm 149)
Sing to the Lord a new song, praise him in the holy sanctuary, let Israel rejoice in what he has made, and let the children of Zion exult in their ruler.
An angel of the Lord descended from heaven and said to the women (at the tomb): “Whom do you seek? He has risen as he foretold, alleluia.”
Hail Mary, full of grace, the Lord is with thee. Blessed art thou among women, and blessed is the fruit of thy womb, Jesus. Holy Mary, mother of God, pray for us sinners, now and at the hour of our death, Amen.
Si lo dicen, digan (16th century Spanish poem, anon.)
If they say it, let them, dear soul. If they say it, let them. They say I love you to death; true enough, dear soul, if they say it, let them.
Mano a Mano (16th century Spanish poem, anon.)
Hand in hand the two lovers, hand in hand. The young man and his girl, they turn the water to light, hand in hand.
University Choir Personnel
Kirstin Jones, rehearsal accompanist
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