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20 April 2015

Easter from King's 2015





In a tradition dating from 2004 the renown King's College Choir presents Easter from Kings, Passiontide to Easter Day for 2015 from the Chapel of King's College, Cambridge.

00:24 Hymn - There Is A Green Hill Far Away
02:42 Bidding Prayer - The Revd Dr Stephen Cherry, Dean
04:39 Crucifixus a 8 (Antonio Lotti)

07:33 The First Reading - Mark 11:1-11a. The Entry Into Jerusalem
09:38 Hosanna To The Son Of David (Thomas Weelkes)
11:32 Hymn - Ride On, Ride On In Majesty

13:47 The Second Reading - Palm Sunday Sonnnet By Malcolm Guite
15:08 Faire Is The Heaven (William Henry Harris)

20:09 The Third Reading - Mark 14:16-26. The Last Supper
22:17 Tantum Ergo (Maurice Duruflé)
24:43 Ave Verum Corpus (Wolfgang Amedeus Mozart)

27:13 The Fourth Reading - Luke 22 The Agony in the Garden
28:55 The Lord’s Prayer (John Tavener)
31:37 Hear My Prayer, O Lord (Henry Purcell)

33:53 The Fifth Reading - Luke 22:39-48. Gethsemane
35:26 Drop, Drop Slow Tears (Orlando Gibbons)
36:51 Wash Me Throughly (Samuel Sebastian Wesley)

41:22 The Sixth Reading - Mark 15:24-37. The Crucifixion
44:12 Crux Fidelis (John Iv Of Portugal)
46:23 Salvator Mundi (John Blow)
50:05 Hymn - When I Survey (Verses 1,3,5)

52:41 The Seventh Reading - At A Calvary Near The Ancre By Wilfred Owen
53:52 Greater Love Hath No Man (John Ireland)

59:36 The Eight Reading - Matthew 28:1-10. The First Easter Morning
01:01:41 Surrexit Christus Hodie (Scheidt)
01:04:12 My Beloved Spake (Patrick Hadley)
01:07:15 Hymn - Thine Be The Glory

01:10:05 Blessing - Given By The Dean, With Congregation And Response
01:10:46 Hymn - Jesus Christ Is Risen Today
01:12:38 Organ Voluntary: Christ Lag In Todesbanden BWV 625 (Bach)

See also - Easter from King's from previous years:

2 comments:

  1. Look how little the conductor is conducting: no gymnastics!

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  2. tantum ergo, how great a sacrament. Never mind if it is the real presence, just consider the claim in the abstract: God become flesh become bread which you eat. You eat God, in short. It kind of rivets you to the idea of creation, creator: the idea that you are not just imagining all this stuff, this minor inconvenience of hatred, racism, genocide, wealth with no purpose, a lost sense of beauty. Now comes Ave Verum Corpus, let me listen.

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