PipeChat Digest #4921 - Tuesday, November 23, 2004
 
Re: Elgar
  by "Jerry Richer" <jerry@ChirpingBat.Com>
Madison Klais Dedication--x posted
  by <DudelK@aol.com>
Re: Elgar
  by "Colin Mitchell" <cmys13085@yahoo.co.uk>
Re: Beethoven, Wanger, Russia, and the organ
  by "Colin Mitchell" <cmys13085@yahoo.co.uk>
Langlais American Suite
  by "Stephen Best" <stevebest@usadatanet.net>
Vertically standing pipes
  by "Andrew Mead" <mead@eagle.ca>
RE: Christmas Eve Musical Plans
  by "Beau Surratt" <Beau.Surratt@theatreorgans.com>
RE: Christmas Eve Musical Plans
  by "Beau Surratt" <Beau.Surratt@theatreorgans.com>
Langlais P.S.
  by "Stephen Best" <stevebest@usadatanet.net>
Re: Can a pipe organ be removed from a building that has beendesignated a
  by "Nelson Denton" <ndenton@cogeco.ca>
Helmsley
  by "Travis L. Evans" <tlevans95@charter.net>
Re: Helmsley
  by "M Fox" <ophicleide16@direcway.com>
Re: Can a pipe organ be removed from a building that has beendesignated a
  by "Jerry Richer" <jerry@ChirpingBat.Com>
music for Advent
  by "Liquescent" <quilisma@cox.net>
Re: Elgar
  by "Alan Freed" <acfreed0904@earthlink.net>
music for Christmas
  by "Liquescent" <quilisma@cox.net>
music for Christmas
  by "Liquescent" <quilisma@cox.net>
Re: Can a pipe organ be removed from a building that has	beendesignated a
  by "Alan Freed" <acfreed0904@earthlink.net>
music for Epiphany
  by "Liquescent" <quilisma@cox.net>
 

(back) Subject: Re: Elgar From: "Jerry Richer" <jerry@ChirpingBat.Com> Date: Tue, 23 Nov 2004 06:59:56 -0500   Shelley! Try http://www.elgar.org/2english.htm or go to = www.google.com and type in "Elgar" as a search term.   Jerry   Chirp|Chirp|Chirp: It's the Bat, Bat Arhonious Software ! Edirol R-1: high quality portable stereo Compact Flash audio recorder = with USB, $400.00, www.chirpingbat.com/edirol.shtml ! Native Instruments Elektrik Piano: $199.00 ! Try Edirol for professional audio capture, audio playback and low = latency MIDI applications: http://www.chirpingbat.com/edirol.shtml ! BA Software is a full fledged Tascam / Teac dealer: http://www.ChirpingBat.Com/tascam.shtml ! Delta 66: $190 includes delivery in the USA, $220 outside, www.ChirpingBat.Com/delta.shtml ! Sound Forge 7.0 with Noise Reduction 2.0 and CD Architect 5.0: $299, includes delivery in the USA, www.ChirpingBat.Com/soundforge.shtml ! Giga Studio 96: $300 includes delivery in the USA, $330 outside, www.ChirpingBat.Com/gigastudio.shtml ! Sonar: 4.0: Studio $299, Producer $599, includes delivery in the USA, = add $30 outside, www.ChirpingBat.Com/sonar.shtml ! We take PayPal, Visa, Mastercard, checks, wire transfers, etc. We ship Internationally. Click to convert our prices into your currency = at: www.xe.com/ucc/full.shtml   Reach BA Software in the United States at: Phone: 1-518-572-6092 weekdays, 1-518-359-8538 other, Email: Bat@ChirpingBat.Com, WWW: www.ChirpingBat.Com    
(back) Subject: Madison Klais Dedication--x posted From: <DudelK@aol.com> Date: Tue, 23 Nov 2004 07:34:46 EST   Excellent article in this morning's NYTimes about the dedication of the = Klais organ in Madison, Wisconsin: http://www.nytimes.com/2004/11/23/arts/music/23madi.html  
(back) Subject: Re: Elgar From: "Colin Mitchell" <cmys13085@yahoo.co.uk> Date: Tue, 23 Nov 2004 04:50:55 -0800 (PST)   Hello Shelley,   Elgar was from Worcester, and I seem to recall he played the organ/trained the choir at an RC church there, as well as conduct a brass band in the vicinity.   I'll have a dig!   (You'd think we would all KNOW wouldn't you?)   Regards,   Colin Mitchell UK     --- Shelley Culver <culverse@westminster.edu> wrote:   > Hi everyone! > > I'm working on a group project, and I wondered if > anyone had any > insights on Elgar as an organist -- where he would > have worked, what > pieces he would have written, style, innovations, > etc, etc.     __________________________________________________ Do You Yahoo!? Tired of spam? Yahoo! Mail has the best spam protection around http://mail.yahoo.com  
(back) Subject: Re: Beethoven, Wanger, Russia, and the organ From: "Colin Mitchell" <cmys13085@yahoo.co.uk> Date: Tue, 23 Nov 2004 05:35:52 -0800 (PST)   Hello,   I was hoping not to delve too deeply into the entire history of Western music.   The point I tried to make (badly) is the fact that the history of Western music is tied in to the two principal sources of patronage, namely, the church and the aristocracy in Europe.   Organists were not merely "respected," they were the hingepin on which almost the whole of European music hung until the growth of secular opera and concert going. Even then, it was organists who opened the minds and ears of people, by playing transcriptions of the great orchestral works.   I would have thought that any suggestion of organists being insular, is to misrepresent history.   As for the point about being exclusive in our endless round of chat and intercourse (I'll take the latter!), I wouldn't expect to go to a Ferrari Club meeting to talk about Buicks.   The list may have seemed a bit pointless, but in fact, it merely illustrates that a "who's who" of music is also, by and large, a "who's who" of organists and organ composers.   I suspect that WE have a far greater awareness of music from other genres, than opera or orchestral enthusiasts have for organ music.   I repeat, it's THEIR problem.   Regards,   Colin Mitchell UK       --- TubaMagna@aol.com wrote:     > I have absolutely no idea what all of that means. > Can you provide to the list a coherent explanation, > and preferable any > conclusion you might have intended to draw from > these remarks?     __________________________________________________ Do You Yahoo!? Tired of spam? Yahoo! Mail has the best spam protection around http://mail.yahoo.com  
(back) Subject: Langlais American Suite From: "Stephen Best" <stevebest@usadatanet.net> Date: Tue, 23 Nov 2004 10:04:12 -0500   Randy Runyon asked about a couple of works by Langlais. Both are from his "American Suite," written in 1960, published by H.W. Gray in 1961, and long since out of print. Various movements of that suite are:   Big Texas (dedicated to Nita Akin) New York on a Sunday Morning (dedicated to Seth Bingham) California Evocation (dedicated to Anthony Farnham) Confirmation in Chicago (dedicated to Robert Rayfield) Scherzo-Cats (dedicated to Helen Hewitt, theme by Andre Marchal) At Buffalo Bill's Grave (dedicated to Kathleen Armstrong-Thomerson) Boys Town, Place of Peace (dedicated to Nicholas M. Wegner) Storm in Florida (dedicated to Harold Gleason)   Only "Scherzo-Cats" has been widely performed.   My recollections about suite are fuzzy at best. Perhaps other list members can fill us in on the history of the collection.   Steve Best in Utica, NY    
(back) Subject: Vertically standing pipes From: "Andrew Mead" <mead@eagle.ca> Date: Tue, 23 Nov 2004 10:27:59 -0500         I can almost guarantee that all across the western world there are presently...lots of facade pipes that are believed to be properly secured = to their facades and are not. One little jiggle is all that stands between = them staying in place and crashing to the ground. In past cases I'm aware of it was always the fault of the organ servicer or builder. I've watched, helplessly, a facade pipe take a dive while behind a facade after it was inadvertently brushed by my elbow. All I could do was yell "heads up". No one was hurt. One of my green-thumbed co-workers the day before had installed the pipe = and assumed the pin was inside the hook. It was just outside it. Whenever I install or reinstall facade pipes I double check to ensure they are attached by rotating the pipe to the left and after hearing a click = from the hook and pin turn the pipe to the right and hopefully hear another click. If I don't hear it I reinstall it. The thought of having a facade pipe fall and injuring someone as the result of my carelessness is the = stuff nightmares are made of.   I have lots of stories concerning falling facade pipes but (thankfully) = not enough time to write of them.   Andrew Mead   Vertically standing pipes can be a health hazard. One Monday morning I was sitting playing something on our church organ which has a detached console and the works and choir together with the pipes and case immediately = behind the choir. There was a mighty crash as the 8 foot open diapason pipe fell across the choir stalls. Had this happened 24 hours earlier during the service we = would have had the alto line of the choir in deep trouble. It seems that when this pipe was put into place the catch on the back of = it had not properly caught on the hook on the case. There being no pipe = shades the pipe was free to fall. I made sure this could not happen again by putting heavy gut fishing line right round those pipes so that they could not fall even if the hook = failed. BTW the pipe was not damaged apart from a small dent. It was a solidly = built 5" diapason of rolled zinc.        
(back) Subject: RE: Christmas Eve Musical Plans From: "Beau Surratt" <Beau.Surratt@theatreorgans.com> Date: Tue, 23 Nov 2004 11:34:15 -0600   Hi! I was gonna mention that piece but I couldn't remember the name! I believe its published by Gentry/Fred Bock. There's also another piece by Mr. Baker thats very tongue-in-cheek called "Tuba Tune Ragtime" which quotes the Bach Toccata in D minor.     Blessings, Beau Surratt Director of Music and Organist First United Lutheran Church, ELCA 6705 Hohman Ave. Hammond, IN 46324     -----Original Message----- From: Glenda <gksjd85@direcway.com> To: 'PipeChat' <pipechat@pipechat.org> Date: Mon, 22 Nov 2004 18:52:39 -0600 Subject: RE: Christmas Eve Musical Plans   > More later about B'ham, but I bought a recording made by David Briggs > at > Gloucester Cathedral in 2000. On it he has recorded a piece called > "Berceuse-Paraphrase" by George Baker, about 8 1/2 minutes. The tune > upon which this piece is based is the most familiar version of "Away in > the Manger". > > This would work very well for Eucharist at a large liturgical church > where hymns aren't sung during communion - very soft and Frenchified > without being too 'out there'. I know nothing about the publisher info > - if someone has this, please inform me. > > Glenda Sutton > gksjd85@direcway.com > > > > > ****************************************************************** > "Pipe Up and Be Heard!" > PipeChat: A discussion List for pipe/digital organs & related topics > HOMEPAGE : http://www.pipechat.org > List: mailto:pipechat@pipechat.org > Administration: mailto:admin@pipechat.org > List-Subscribe: <mailto:pipechat-on@pipechat.org> > List-Digest: <mailto:pipechat-digest@pipechat.org> > List-Unsubscribe: <mailto:pipechat-off@pipechat.org> >      
(back) Subject: RE: Christmas Eve Musical Plans From: "Beau Surratt" <Beau.Surratt@theatreorgans.com> Date: Tue, 23 Nov 2004 11:37:30 -0600   Hi! Oh yes, what was the name of the recording you mentioned?   Also, if you listen closely, you'll notice that the "Berceuse- Paraphrase" has both tunes to "Away in A Manger"     Blessings, Beau Surratt Director of Music and Organist First United Lutheran Church, ELCA 6705 Hohman Ave. Hammond, IN 46324   > > More later about B'ham, but I bought a recording made by David Briggs > > at > > Gloucester Cathedral in 2000. On it he has recorded a piece called > > "Berceuse-Paraphrase" by George Baker, about 8 1/2 minutes. The tune > > upon which this piece is based is the most familiar version of "Away > in > > the Manger".      
(back) Subject: Langlais P.S. From: "Stephen Best" <stevebest@usadatanet.net> Date: Tue, 23 Nov 2004 12:41:32 -0500   Thanks to Ann Labounsky, I can report that after Langlais' "American Suite" went out of print, various movements were "were republished as part of Mosaiques and the Third Symphony." Ms. Labounsky also suggests that interested people read her book, "Jean Langlais: The Man and His Music," published by Amadeus Press, 2000. Full information about the "American Suite" may be found there.   Steve Best in Utica, NY  
(back) Subject: Re: Can a pipe organ be removed from a building that has beendesignated as an Historical Building? From: "Nelson Denton" <ndenton@cogeco.ca> Date: Tue, 23 Nov 2004 13:22:55 -0500   Much has to do with the wording of the "Historic Designation" In most = cases it only covers the "outside" of a building. Insides are only covered by = special circumstances. If for example the building is being allowed to be changed = from a church to a office you would have little luck in doing anything except = saving the organ for another place.   Nelson   Back to work.    
(back) Subject: Helmsley From: "Travis L. Evans" <tlevans95@charter.net> Date: Tue, 23 Nov 2004 12:36:55 -0600   I'm trying to find a good postlude on Lo, He Comes with Clouds = Descending, tune of Helmsley.   Any information would be greatly appreciated.   Travis Evans
(back) Subject: Re: Helmsley From: "M Fox" <ophicleide16@direcway.com> Date: Tue, 23 Nov 2004 11:51:37 -0800   There is a Rhapsody on Helmsley by William S. Lloyd Webber in the Advent = volume of Novello's Festal Voluntaries. Like just about all of LW's = pieces, it is very well crafted and contains little twists and surprises = -- a shame he didn't pass on his compositional gifts to the well-known = son.   MAF ----- Original Message ----- From: Travis L. Evans To: PipeChat Sent: Tuesday, November 23, 2004 10:36 AM Subject: Helmsley     I'm trying to find a good postlude on Lo, He Comes with Clouds = Descending, tune of Helmsley.   Any information would be greatly appreciated.   Travis Evans  
(back) Subject: Re: Can a pipe organ be removed from a building that has beendesignated as an Historical Building? From: "Jerry Richer" <jerry@ChirpingBat.Com> Date: Tue, 23 Nov 2004 14:54:43 -0500   Thanks everyone for your responses on this. I've also spoken with = the New York State Historical people now. It looks like the organ is free to leave. I'm trying to either get the owner to take an interest in it and restore it or get it into a local museum, it fits right into their mission of preserving the history of the area.   Jerry   Chirp|Chirp|Chirp: It's the Bat, Bat Arhonious Software ! Edirol R-1: high quality portable stereo Compact Flash audio recorder = with USB, $400.00, www.chirpingbat.com/edirol.shtml ! Native Instruments Elektrik Piano: $199.00 ! Try Edirol for professional audio capture, audio playback and low = latency MIDI applications: http://www.chirpingbat.com/edirol.shtml ! BA Software is a full fledged Tascam / Teac dealer: http://www.ChirpingBat.Com/tascam.shtml ! Delta 66: $190 includes delivery in the USA, $220 outside, www.ChirpingBat.Com/delta.shtml ! Sound Forge 7.0 with Noise Reduction 2.0 and CD Architect 5.0: $299, includes delivery in the USA, www.ChirpingBat.Com/soundforge.shtml ! Giga Studio 96: $300 includes delivery in the USA, $330 outside, www.ChirpingBat.Com/gigastudio.shtml ! Sonar: 4.0: Studio $299, Producer $599, includes delivery in the USA, = add $30 outside, www.ChirpingBat.Com/sonar.shtml ! We take PayPal, Visa, Mastercard, checks, wire transfers, etc. We ship Internationally. Click to convert our prices into your currency = at: www.xe.com/ucc/full.shtml   Reach BA Software in the United States at: Phone: 1-518-572-6092 weekdays, 1-518-359-8538 other, Email: Bat@ChirpingBat.Com, WWW: www.ChirpingBat.Com    
(back) Subject: music for Advent From: "Liquescent" <quilisma@cox.net> Date: Tue, 23 Nov 2004 14:41:36 -0800   Of COURSE everybody has already planned these services MONTHS ago (grin), but for those who might have suddenly discovered that their tenor section has decided to vacation in the Bahamas, etc. (grin) ...   A note to non-liturgical churches: the vast majority of the Offertories and Communions are Scriptural texts, and can be used as anthems.       ADVENT HYMNS AND RESPONSORIES, ETC.       Responsory - I Looked From Afar - Tonus peregrinus + fauxbourdon by Viadana - the complete text, as in The Anglican Breviary - SATB   Responsory - Drop Down, Ye Heavens, From Above - the chant + a fauxbourdon on the refrain + another fauxbourdon by Viadana for the verses - SATB   Final Antiphon BVM - O Loving Mother of the Redeemer - C. Rossini - SAB   Final Antiphon BVM - O Loving Mother of the Redeemer - Palestrina - SATB   Hymn - Creator of the Stars of Night - the chant + Victoria's fauxbourdons - SATB   Hymn - Lo! He Comes With Clouds Descending - the chant of "Crux fidelis" + Anerio's fauxbourdons - there seemed to be a symmetry to text and music, so I set it that way - SATB   Hymn - Come, Thou Redeemer of the Earth - the chant + a simple fauxbourdon by Palestrina - SAB       ANTHEMS       Come, O Lord - R. Remondi - SAB   Lift Up Your Hearts - C. Rossini - SAB   Prepare Your Hearts - J. Gallus - SAB   On Jordan's Banks - Billings ("When Jesus Wept" canon worked out) - SATB         THE PROPER ANTIPHONS AT THE EUCHARIST       ADVENT 1       Introit - Unto Thee, O Lord, Lift I Up My Soul - simple SATB modal setting + Gregorian psalmody   Gradual - For All They That Look For Thee - simple SATB modal setting + Gregorian psalmody   [Alleluia - Hosanna to the Son of David - Gregorian, mode 6 (English Gradual II) + SATB fauxbourdon - local usage]   Alleluia - Show Us Thy Mercy, O Lord - the proper Gregorian melody + a fauxbourdon in Mode 8 for the Verse   Offertory - Unto Thee, O Lord, Lift I Up My Soul - C. Rossini - available for unison, SAB, and SATB   Communion - Lord, Thou Art Become Gracious Unto Thy Land - C. Rossini - available for unison, SAB, and SATB       The rest of the Sundays of Advent follow the same pattern ... I won't list them all here, but I have them all.   I ask a donation of US $1 per page for the masters of the things you actually USE; make all the copies you like; download them and LOOK at them for free. They're available as PDFs, Sibelius 1.4 files, or Scorch HTML files (Scorch is a free download from Sibelius' website, and allows you to play and transpose the pieces, but not edit them).   PLEASE SPECIFY WHICH YOU'D LIKE.   DONATION INFO:   Checks or money orders by snail mail:   Raymond H. Clark 3344 32nd St. San Diego CA 92104-4738   Checks or credit cards via PayPal:   beejayusa@cox.net (NOTE: different from MY e-mail address. It's the family account)   Sorry, I can only accept donations from outside the US via PayPal; otherwise the bank charges US $35 to process checks.   Christmas music next ....       Cheers,       Bud                          
(back) Subject: Re: Elgar From: "Alan Freed" <acfreed0904@earthlink.net> Date: Tue, 23 Nov 2004 18:11:22 -0500   On 11/23/04 12:06 AM, "Eric McKirdy" <emckirdy@gladstone.uoregon.edu> wrote= :   > Despite a veritable list of compositions for just about every combination= of > instruments you might imagine, Elgar only wrote two intended for unaccomp= anied > organ =8B eleven vesper voluntaries and a sonata. At age 14, he was appoint= ed to > be the assistant organist at some Jesuit church where his father was the > organist, and most of his musical training was self-inflicted.   Without THIS LIST, and people like Eric McKirdy, where/how would one LEARN things like this? For better or worse, even his syntax follows the Brit models. =20   Thank you!   Alan  
(back) Subject: music for Christmas From: "Liquescent" <quilisma@cox.net> Date: Tue, 23 Nov 2004 15:30:27 -0800   CHRISTMAS HYMNS AND ANTHEMS, ETC.       From East To West, From Shore To Shore - C. Rossini - available for unison and SATB (English text of "A solis ortus cardine") - EASY   It Came Upon the Midnight Clear - Stainer - SATB (divisi)   Alleluia! Christ Is Born - Gruber - available for SAB and SATB - easy   Long, Long Ago - ??? - SA + organ   And The Word Was Made Flesh - P. Magri - SAB   At The Name of Jesus - J. Gallus - SAB   Responsory - O Great and Wondrous Mystery - Tonus peregrinus + SATB fauxbourdon (for the Blessing of the Creche)   Hymn - Jesu, The Very Thought Is Sweet - the chant + Victoria's SATB fauxbourdons   Hymn - O Christ, Redeemer of Our Race - the chant + Victoria's SATB fauxbourdons       PROPERS FOR THE EUCHARIST - Introits, Graduals, Alleluias, Offertories, Communions - same pattern as Advent       Christmas, First Service   Christmas, Second Service - mostly SAB   Christmas, Third Service   1st Sunday After Christmas   2nd Sunday After Christmas   Circumcision and Name of Jesus       I ask a donation of US $1 per page for the masters of the things you actually USE; make all the copies you like; download them and LOOK at them for free. They're available as PDFs, Sibelius 1.4 files, or Scorch HTML files (Scorch is a free download from Sibelius' website, and allows you to play and transpose the pieces, but not edit them).   PLEASE SPECIFY WHICH YOU'D LIKE.   DONATION INFO:   Checks or money orders by snail mail:   Raymond H. Clark 3344 32nd St. San Diego CA 92104-4738   Checks or credit cards via PayPal:   beejayusa@cox.net (NOTE: different from MY e-mail address. It's the family account)   Sorry, I can only accept donations from outside the US via PayPal; otherwise the bank charges US $35 to process checks.   Epiphany music next ....       Cheers,       Bud              
(back) Subject: music for Christmas From: "Liquescent" <quilisma@cox.net> Date: Tue, 23 Nov 2004 15:31:32 -0800   CHRISTMAS HYMNS AND ANTHEMS       From East To West, From Shore To Shore - C. Rossini - available for unison and SATB (English text of "A solis ortus cardine") - EASY   It Came Upon the Midnight Clear - Stainer - SATB (divisi)   Alleluia! Christ Is Born - Gruber - available for SAB and SATB - easy   Long, Long Ago - ??? - SA + organ   And The Word Was Made Flesh - P. Magri - SAB   At The Name of Jesus - J. Gallus - SAB   Responsory - O Great and Wondrous Mystery - Tonus peregrinus + SATB fauxbourdon (for the Blessing of the Creche)   Hymn - Jesu, The Very Thought Is Sweet - the chant + Victoria's SATB fauxbourdons   Hymn - O Christ, Redeemer of Our Race - the chant + Victoria's SATB fauxbourdons       PROPERS FOR THE EUCHARIST - Introits, Graduals, Alleluias, Offertories, Communions - same pattern as Advent       Christmas, First Service   Christmas, Second Service - mostly SAB   Christmas, Third Service   1st Sunday After Christmas   2nd Sunday After Christmas   Circumcision and Name of Jesus       I ask a donation of US $1 per page for the masters of the things you actually USE; make all the copies you like; download them and LOOK at them for free. They're available as PDFs, Sibelius 1.4 files, or Scorch HTML files (Scorch is a free download from Sibelius' website, and allows you to play and transpose the pieces, but not edit them).   PLEASE SPECIFY WHICH YOU'D LIKE.   DONATION INFO:   Checks or money orders by snail mail:   Raymond H. Clark 3344 32nd St. San Diego CA 92104-4738   Checks or credit cards via PayPal:   beejayusa@cox.net (NOTE: different from MY e-mail address. It's the family account)   Sorry, I can only accept donations from outside the US via PayPal; otherwise the bank charges US $35 to process checks.   Epiphany music next ....       Cheers,       Bud                    
(back) Subject: Re: Can a pipe organ be removed from a building that has beendesignated as an Historical Building? From: "Alan Freed" <acfreed0904@earthlink.net> Date: Tue, 23 Nov 2004 18:29:14 -0500   On 11/23/04 2:54 PM, "Jerry Richer" <jerry@ChirpingBat.Com> wrote:   > Thanks everyone for your responses on this. I've also spoken with the = New > York State Historical people now. It looks like the organ is free to = leave. > I'm trying to either get the owner to take an interest in it and restore = it or > get it into a local museum, it fits right into their mission of = preserving the > history of the area.   Jerry: Is this by any chance a Masonic Temple in Ithaca? Owner, Jason Fane? Moller, right?   If so, I want my 1/10 of one percent! Been working on it!   Very best to you!   Alan (wanting nothing)    
(back) Subject: music for Epiphany From: "Liquescent" <quilisma@cox.net> Date: Tue, 23 Nov 2004 16:14:07 -0800   HYMNS, ANTHEMS, RESPONSORIES, ETC.       We Have Seen His Star In The East - C. Grassi - SAB   All They From Saba Shall Come - C. Grassi - SAB   The Kings of Tharsis - C. Grass - SAB       N.B. - These are anthems, NOT the complete texts of the Propers       Hymn - The Son of God To Jordan Came - Parry - unison (set to "Jerusalem" with the full accompaniment, not the watered-down one from the Episcopal Hymnal 1982)   Hymn - O Christ, Thou Wast For Us Baptized - David McK. Williams - unison (set to "Georgetown")   Hymn - Why, Cruel Herod, Shouldst Thou Fear - the chant + Victoria's SATB fauxbourdons       PROPERS FOR THE EUCHARIST       Feast of the Epiphany   3-Part Gospel for the Epiphany for three deacons or soloists and ad lib percussions, handbells and choir   Epiphany 1 - In Excelso Throno   Epiphany 1 - Feast of the Holy Family   Epiphany 2   Epiphany 3       FEAST OF THE PURIFICATION       Antiphon - Thou Shalt Purge Me (Asperges) - SATB fauxbourdon   Antiphon - To Be A Light To Lighten The Gentiles - the chant + SATB fauxbourdons for Nunc dimittis   Responsory - O Lord, Arise, Help Us - SATB fauxbourdon   Responsory - Make Ready Thy Bridal Chamber, O Sion - SATB fauxbourdon   Responsory - It Was Revealed Unto Simeon By The Holy Ghost - SATB fauxbourdon   Responsory - They Offered For Him Unto the Lord       PROPERS FOR THE EUCHARIST - Introit, Gradual, Alleluia, Offertory, Communion + Psalm 111 - no Rossini for this one (grin)       Final Antiphon BVM - Hail, Queen of Heaven, Enthroned - SAB - C. Rossini       I ask a donation of US $1 per page for the masters of the things you actually USE; make all the copies you like; download them and LOOK at them for free. They're available as PDFs, Sibelius 1.4 files, or Scorch HTML files (Scorch is a free download from Sibelius' website, and allows you to play and transpose the pieces, but not edit them).   PLEASE SPECIFY WHICH YOU'D LIKE.   DONATION INFO:   Checks or money orders by snail mail:   Raymond H. Clark 3344 32nd St. San Diego CA 92104-4738   Checks or credit cards via PayPal:   beejayusa@cox.net (NOTE: different from MY e-mail address. It's the family account)   Sorry, I can only accept donations from outside the US via PayPal; otherwise the bank charges US $35 to process checks.   Lenten music next ....       Cheers,       Bud