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 3 (Matriculation)
Bless the Lord, O my soul — Carson Cooman
Hear My Prayer — Moses Hogan
Venite comedite — Byrd

September 10
Ubi caritas — Duruflé
O how amiable — Vaughan Williams

September 17
Cantique de Jean Racine — Fauré
Magnificat (Collegium Regale) — Howells

September 24
Siehe zu, daß deine Gottesfurcht, BWV 179 — J. S. Bach

October 1 (World Communion Sunday)
There God Is — Dominick DiOrio
Aquésta me guiaba — Ryan Cayabyab

October 8
Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace — S.S. Wesley
Jubilate Deo — Richard Dering

October 15 (Family and Friends Weekend)
Down by the Riverside — arr. Moses Hogan
O clap your hands — Rutter

October 22
Bogoroditse Dyevo (Vespers) — Rachmaninoff
My soul, there is a country — C. H. H. Parry

October 29
Populi omnes — Martin Roth
Ein feste Burg ist unser Gott — Melchior Franck

November 5 (All Saints’)
O quam gloriosum — Victoria
O how glorious is the kingdom — Basil Harwood
Justorum animae — Byrd

November 12
Music offered by the Inner Strength Gospel Choir

November 19
Christus, der ist mein Leben, BWV 95 — J. S. Bach

November 26 (Christ, the King)
Sedebit Dominus Rex — James MacMillan
Festival Te Deum — Britten
 
December 3 (Advent begins)
O frondens virga — Drew Collins
O lieber Herre Gott — Schütz
Audivi vocem de caelo — John Taverner

December 10
The Forty-Fourth 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 29, 2017.