Music for the Twenty-Fifth week in Ordinary Time 23rd/24th September 2017

Entrance: Come to the Water (Andersen) AOV 1/74

Psalm 144 (McKenna)

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The Lord is near to all who call him.

Gifts: Open My Eyes  (Manibusan) AOV 1/166

Communion: Seed Scattered and Sown (Feiten) GA 195

One Bread One Body (Foley) AOV 1/129

Thanksgiving: You Are Near (Schutte) AOV 1/112

(Nb revised text)

Recessional: Bring Forth the Kingdom (Haugen) AOV 2/4

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5 Responses to Music for the Twenty-Fifth week in Ordinary Time 23rd/24th September 2017

  1. Ryan says:

    Gathering: Come, Now Is the Time to Worship (Doerksen)

    Mass Setting: Mass of St. Therese (Griffin)
    Psalm: The Lord Is Near (Alonso)

    Gifts: All That Is Hidden (Farrell)

    Communion: The Supper of the Lord (Rosania)

    Closing: How Can I Keep from Singing (Lowry)

    • Ryan says:

      Prelude: Canticle of the Turning (Cooney)

    • admin says:

      I’d love to try “All That Is Hidden” – it’s a gorgeous tune by Farrell, but it seems a challenge for an assembly. Did you note if it was sung by a choir or the pewsitters, Ryan?

      I’ve never heard “The Supper of the Lord” sung in Australia but it does seem a standard in the US.

      Geoff

      • Ryan says:

        All our songs today were sung by the assembly, supported by our contemporary ensemble (4-5 singers, guitar, bass, piano, flute, drums). The congregation seems to do pretty well with All That Is Hidden.

        We do The Supper of the Lord quite frequently. I learned it about 15 years ago before the first line was revised to reflect transubstantiation better, and I still sing it wrong occasionally.

      • Ryan says:

        I was really waiting for our Gifts song to be Roc O’Connor’s “Seek the Lord,” which is based on the exact verses of the first reading. As the reading was being read, I was singing the words in my head.

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