- Organ - Iste Confessor (Verse 2) – Jehan Titelouze (c1563-1633)
- Opening Hymn - “St. Francis shines in glorious light” (Puer nobis nascitur)*
- Service Music - Holy Trinity Service – Christopher TamblingPsalm 103: 19-22 (Tone VIII.2)
- Psalm 121 - "I lift up my eyes to the hills"
- Gospel Alleluia - Let everything that has breath praise the Lord: Praise the Lord.
- Offertory Hymn - “All creatures of our God and King” (Lasst uns erfreuen)
- Anthem - Look at the world – John Rutter (born 1945.
- Concluding Hymn - “He whose confession God of old accepted” (Iste confessor)
- Organ - Iste Confessor – Girolamo Frescobaldi (1583-1643)
- For leaflet copy with hymn, anthem texts and pointed text of Psalm, see here»
This morning’s organ music is by two late 16th/early 17th century composers – one French, one Italian. Jehan (or Jean) Titelouze was a musician, poet and priest who became organist of Rouen Cathedral in 1588. Girolamo Frescobaldi was one of the most important Italian composers of the late Renaissance and early Baroque periods. In 1608 he became organist of St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome.
Please mark Sunday 9 November at 4 pm on your calendar for “Remembering” – a concert of readings and music, both sacred and secular, to honour veterans of, and those who did not return from both world wars. And help us to spread the word beyond St. Barnabas’ to the wider community – our goal is to fill the church! Tickets are available from choir members or the church office ($15 – youth under 16 are free). See poster here »
Visit St. Barnabas on the Danforth (at Chester Station) map » or visit the website here »