Music for Easter Services

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Music from the Ascension Choir and Organist and Choirmaster, Dr. Dennis Keene.

Easter Vigil, Saturday, March 31
Vigil chants and Psalms
Stanford Ye choirs of New Jerusalem
Louis Marchand Grand Dialogue

Easter Sunday, April 1
Bach Triple Fugue in E-flat Major “St. Anne”
Bairstow Sing ye to the Lord
Gregorian Chant for Introit: Victimae Paschali
Handel Worthy is the Lamb
Schein Thou hollowed chosen morn
Scottish Melody On Easter morn
Viadana Exsultate justi
Vaughan Williams O taste and see
Widor Toccata from Symphonie V

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This Sunday, following the 11 am service, Ascension will hold its annual meeting. All are welcome to attend, whether or not you’re a pledging member of the parish. For this special Sunday, we will have three very significant pieces. Starting at 10:45 am, the Prelude will be perhaps the greatest masterpiece of César Franck, his Choral in E Major. The Offertory Anthem will be the highly dramatic and inspiring “In the Year that King Uzziah Died” by David McK. Williams. And the Postlude will be Bach’s formidable “We all Believe in One God.”

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