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The Office of Compline for November 20, 2016

November 20, 2016

The Last Sunday after Pentecost: Christ the King

ORISON: Jesus, Thou Joy of Loving Hearts – Christe Redemptor, Sarum Plainsong, Mode I

PSALM 46 – Peter R. Hallock (1924-2014)

HYMN: The Lord Will Come and Not Be Slow (Tune: York – melody from The CL Psalmes of David, 1615) – harm. John Milton, Sr. (cir. 1563-1647)

NUNC DIMITTIS: Plainsong, Tonus Peregrinus; harm. William Byrd (1543-1623)

ANTHEM: Great Lord of Lords – Charles Wood (1866-1926)

Jeremy Matheis, director • Joel Matter, reader • Joel Bevington, cantor

The Office of Compline for November 22, 2015

ORISON: Bring us, O Lord God – Peter R. Hallock (1924-2014)

PSALMS 93 and 150 – Plainsong, Tone VIII.3 and Charles Villiers Stanford (1852-1924)

HYMN: Judge eternal, throned in splendor (Tune: Komm, o komm, du Geist des Lebens) – melody from Neu-vermehrtes und zu Ubung Christl. Gottseligkeit eingerichtetes Meiningisches Gesangbuch, 1693

NUNC DIMITTIS: Plainsong setting, Mode VI; harm. Orlando Gibbons (1583-1625)

ANTHEM: Great Lord of lords – Charles Wood (1866-1926)

 

Jason Anderson, director • Tyler Morse, reader • Derek Curtis-Tilton, cantor

The Office of Compline for November 23, 2014

The Last Sunday after Pentecost: Christ the King

ORISON: The head that once was crowned with thorns is crowned with glory now (Tune: St. Magnus) – Melody from Divine Companion, 1707; harm. William Henry Monk (1823-1889)

PSALM 95 – Plainsong, Tone III

HYMN: Judge eternal, throned in splendor (Tune: Komm, o komm, du Geist) – Melody from Neu-vermehrtes und zu Ubung Christl. Gottseligkeit Meiningisches Gesangbuch, 1693

NUNC DIMITTIS – John Munday (1555-1630)

ANTHEM: Great Lord of lords – Charles Wood (1866-1926)

 

Jason Anderson, director • Jeremy Matheis, reader • Derek Curtis-Tilton, cantor

The Office of Compline for November 24, 2013

Last Sunday after Pentecost
Christ the King

Conductor: Jason Anderson
Reader: Jeffrey Ricco
Cantor: Kenneth Peterson

ORISON: “My song is love unknown” (John Ireland [1879 – 1962])

PSALM: 46 (Peter Hallock)

HYMN: “The head that once was crowned with thorns” (tune: St. Magnus, melody from Divine Companion, [1707]; harmonized by William Henry Monk [1823 – 1889])

NUNC DIMITTIS: (setting by Thomas Morley [ca. 1557/58 – 1602], Tone I Ending 5)

ANTHEM: “Great Lord of Lords” (Charles Wood [1866 – 1926])

The Office of Compline for November 25, 2012

Last Sunday after Pentecost
Christ the King
In Recognition of Peter Hallock’s 88th Birthday

Conductor: Jason Anderson
Reader: Jeremy Matheis
Cantor: Richard Greene

ORISON: “Bring us, O Lord God” (Peter Hallock [b. 1924])

PSALM: 24 (Peter Hallock)

HYMN: “I’ll praise my Maker while I’ve breath” (tune: Old 113th, melody from Strassburger Kirchenamt [1525], harmonized by Peter Hallock)

NUNC DIMITTIS: (tune: Marilyn, setting by Peter Hallock)

ANTHEM: To the Supreme Being (Peter Hallock)

The Office of Compline for November 20, 2011

Last Sunday after Pentecost
Christ the King

Conductor: Jason Anderson
Reader: Joel Matter
Cantor: Fred McIlroy IV

ORISON: “Judge eternal, throned in splendor” (Komm, o komm, du Geist des Lebens, melody from Neu-vermehrtes und zu Übung Christl. Gottesligheit eingerichtetes Meiningisches Gesangbuch, [1693])

PSALM: 95 (plainsong Tone III A Ending 1)

HYMN: “For the beauty of the earth” (tune: Lucerna Laudoniae, David Evans [1874 – 1948])

NUNC DIMITTIS: (plainsong setting, Tone V Ending 2)

ANTHEM: “Great Lord of Lords” (Charles Wood [1866 – 1926])

The Office of Compline for November 21, 2010

Last Sunday after Pentecost
Christ the King

Conductor: Jason Anderson
Reader: Jeremy Matheis
Cantor: Kenneth Peterson

ORISON: “My song is love unknown” (John Ireland [1879 – 1962])

PSALM: 46 (Peter Hallock)

HYMN: “The head that once was crowned with thorns” (tune: St. Magnus, melody from Divine Companion [1707]; harmonized by William Henry Monk [1823 – 1889])

NUNC DIMITTIS: (setting by Thomas Morley [ca. 1557/58 – 1603], Tone I Ending 8)

ANTHEM: “Great Lord of Lords” (Charles Wood [1866 – 1926])