Choir Repertoire

Choir EasterAnthems, Offertories and Communion Motets

The Marsh Chapel Choir provides an exceptional quality of musical leadership to the 11:00 a.m. Sunday Interdenominational worship service and other occasional services throughout the year. The upcoming repertoire schedule is provided here for your ease of reference.

September 4 (Matriculation)
Surge amica mea – Palestrina
All you works of the Lord, bless the Lord – Kenneth Jennings
Ave verum corpus – Mozart
September 11
When David heard – Tomkins
Wondrous Love – Parker/Shaw
September 18
To be announced
September 25
Christ unser Herr zum Jordan kam, BWV 7 – J. S. Bach
October 2 (World Communion Sunday)
Da pacem Domine – Arvo Pärt
Draw us in the Spirit’s tether – Harold W. Friedell
Let us break bread together – William Lawrence
October 9
Laudate Dominum – Sweelinck
How can I keep from singing?  – Ronald Staheli
October 16
Tu es Petrus – Palestrina
Wo ist ein so herrlich Volk – Brahms
October 23 (Family and Friends Weekend)
Rise up, my love – James Kallembach
I was glad when they said unto me – Parry
October 30
Exultate Deo – Poulenc
Lord, thou hast been our refuge – Vaughan Williams
November 6 (All Saints’)
And I saw a new heaven – Edgar Bainton
Hark, I hear the harps eternal – arr. Alice Parker
Vor deinen Thron tret ich hiermit – J. S. Bach
November 13
Music offered by the Inner Strength Gospel Choir.
November 20 (Christ, the King)
Meine Seel erhebt den Herren, BWV 10 – J. S. Bach
November 27 (Advent begins)
Laetentur coeli – Byrd
My Lord, what a mornin’ – arr. Harry T. Burleigh
December 4
Thou shalt know him – Mark Sirett
Magnificat in G – Stanford
Ave verum corpus – Byrd
December 11
The Forty-Third Service of Lessons and Carols

For a complete list of Marsh Chapel Choir anthems sung since September 2007, click here. The list includes all anthems, cantatas, and other special music sung by the Chapel Choir during the 11:00 a.m. Sunday Interdenominational Protestant Worship service. Also included are works sung during annual weekday services, such as Christmas Eve, Ash Wednesday, Maundy Thursday, and the Great Vigil of Easter. The list excludes choral service music (Introits, Glorias, Doxologies, etc.), the large-scale works sung by the choir on Good Friday, and those works sung during special non-recurring services, such as weddings, funerals, and memorials. This list was last updated on January 17, 2016.