Old St Pauls' "ChoralFest"
The Tudor Consort performs works by Gibbons, Palestrina, John IV of Portugal
Sunday 17 March 2002, 6pm
Old Saint Paul's
Directed by Alastair Carey
The Tudor Consort is delighted to be part of Old St Pauls' "ChoralFest" event, run alongside the Festival of the Arts. The Tudor Consort appears with Bel Canto on Sunday, March 17, at 6pm. The repertoire is mainly a reprise of selected portions of our Orlando Gibbons performance from February 17, along with additional repertoire by Palestrina and King John IV of Portugal.
Crux Fidelis (“Faithful cross”): motet for Lent: King John IV of Portugal 1604-1656
Almighty and Everlasting God: collect: Orlando Gibbons 1583?-1625
Jesu, grant me this I pray: hymn: Orlando Gibbons
Benedictus: The Short Service: Orlando Gibbons
Father eternal, living God: hymn: Orlando Gibbons
Magnificat: The Short Service: Orlando Gibbons
Drop, drop, slow tears: hymn: Orlando Gibbons
Nunc Dimittis: The Short Service: Orlando Gibbons
O Lord, in Thy wrath rebuke me not: full anthem: Orlando Gibbons
Sicut cervus desiderat ad fontes (“Like as the deer desires the streams of water, so I long for you, O God”): collect: G P da Palestrina (1525?-1594)
Almighty God, who by Thy son, Jesus Christ: verse anthem: Orlando Gibbons
This is the record of John: verse anthem: Orlando Gibbons
If ye be risen again with Christ: verse anthem: Orlando Gibbons
The Silver Swan: madrigal: Orlando Gibbons
This concert was part of the 2002 Subscription Series.