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Blessed Be The Ties That Bind

Performed by Instruments of Peace for UpNorth Music on January 20, 2007.  Go to full article

Free Fall

Free Fall, performed by 2 Or More on November 11, 2006. Copyright 2006, used by permission.  Go to full article

Deliverer

Deliverer, performed by 2 Or More on November 11, 2006. Copyright 2006, used by permission.  Go to full article

When They Ring Those Golden Bells

When They Ring Those Golden Bells, performed by Homestyle.  Go to full article

The Old Rugged Cross

The Old Rugged Cross, performed by Homestyle.  Go to full article

My Life Is A Miracle

My Life Is A Miracle, performed by Homestyle. Written by Tom Hood. Copyright 2006, used by permission.  Go to full article

How Great

Maxon performing How Great on November 9, 2006 in Sackets Harbor. Copyright 2006, used by permission.  Go to full article

Cast

Maxon performing Cast on November 9, 2006 in Sackets Harbor. Copyright 2006, used by permission.  Go to full article

Three Art Frackenpohl compositions

The secular music of Dr. Art Frackenpohl, professor emeritus of SUNY Potsdam's Crane School of Music, has a worldwide reputation. But lovers of sacred music also treasure his many hymn and service music compositions and arrangements. Listen to some of his new work, recorded live at the Homecoming service at Waddington's First Presbyterian Church, August 7, 2005.

1: Alleluia Amen, Frackenpohl
2: Books of the Bible, Frackenpohl
3: God Made, Adam Bit, music, Frackenpohl; text unknown  Go to full article

St. Lawrence University Candlelight Service

A holiday worship service featuring the voices of the University Chorus and The Laurentian Singers performing under the direction of Barry Torres with accompanist Barbara Phillips-Farley, Rosemary Phillips and Catherine Jahncke. Lisa Scrivani-Tidd is University organist, and John Ellis is professor of trumpet at The Crane School of Music. Thanks to the Chaplain's Office, Rev. Kathleen Buckley, The University Chorus and The Laurentian Singers for permission to share this service with the community. This concert was recordrd in the University's historic Gunnison Memorial Chapel on December 8, 2004.

Program:
Past Three O'Clock: The Laurentian Singers
Hark! The Herald Angels Sing
Call to Worship
From Far Away: The University Chorus
First Reading
O Come, O Come Emmanuel
The Friendly Beasts: The University Chorus
Second Reading
O Magnum Mysterium: The Laurentian Singers
Prayer for Advent
Litany: From a poem by Jamie Sims
Adeste Fidelis
Third Reading
The Huron Carol: The Laurentian Singers
Fourth Reading
Betelehemu (Nigerian Christmas Song): The Laurentian Singers
Three Noble Kings: The University Chorus
Fifth Reading
We Three Kings of Orient Are
Cantique de Noel: The Laurentian Singers
Benediction
Joy To The World  Go to full article

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