Hymns from Grace will feature special musical offerings during the Lenten season culminating with Palm Sunday afternoon.

Tune in live on Facebook each of these Sunday afternoons with your Hymnal 1982.
Enjoy the musical offerings and sing along with the hymns.

Make it a special Lenten devotion and time of prayer.

Featuring Guest Artists and the Adult Choir

February 21 – A.J. Stetson, baritone

From Libro quarto (1656)…….Johann Jakob Froberger
Ricercar in d, FbWV 407

Hymn 120, The sinless one to Jordan came…….SOLEMNIS HAEC FESTIVITAS

From Elijah, Draw Near All Ye People & Lord God of Abraham…….Felix Mendelssohn – Bartholdy

When in the hour of utmost need, BWV 641……Johann Sebastian Bach

From St. Paul, O God, Have Mercy…….Mendelssohn

From Libro quarto (1656)……. Froberger
Ricercar in g, FbWV 408

Hymn 121, Christ, when for us you were baptized…….CAITHNESS

How Great Thou Art……. Carl Boberg – Stuart K. Hine / Swedish Folk Song

I call to Thee, Lord Jesus Christ, BWV 639…….Bach

From Dettingen Te Deum, Vouchsafe, O Lord…….George_Frideric_Handel

Hymn 150, Forty days and forty nights…….AUS DER TIEFE RUFE ICH

From A Quaker Reader, “There is a Spirit That Delights to Do No Evil”…….Ned Rorem

February 28 – Amy Bartram, soprano

Rock of ages…….Toplady/Hastings

Vivace from Sonate in c-moll, BWV 526…….Johann Sebastian Bach

The Lord’s Prayer……. Albert Hay Malotte

691, My faith looks up to thee…….OLIVET

Panis Angelicus……. César-Auguste Franck

Le Jardin suspendu by Jehan Alain (1911-1940)

456, O Love of God, how strong and true…….De Tar

LEVS II, 103, Steel away……Traditional Spiritual

Largo from Sonate in c-moll, BWV 526…….Johann Sebastian Bach

My Shepherd will supply my need…….Virgil Thomson

707, Take my life, and let it be…….HOLLINGSIDE

Allegro from Sonate in c-moll, BWV 526…….Johann Sebastian Bach

A grateful heart…….Mary Plumstead

March 7 – Jennifer Gliere, soprano

Sonata III in A Major, Opus 65/3……Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy
Con moto maestoso

Brother James’ Air…….James Leith Macbeth Bain

Hymn 140, Wilt thou forgive that sin, where I begun…….DONNE

Antiphon II, His left hand is under my Head, and his right hand doth embrace me, Op.18/2……..Marcel Dupré

Hymn 151, From deepest woe I cry to thee…….AUS TIEFER NOT

There Is a Green Hill Far Away…….Charles Gounod

Antiphon III, I am black but comely, O Ye Daughters of Jerusalem, Op. 18/3……..Marcel Dupré

God shall wipe away all tears…….Rob Roy Peery

Antiphon V, How Fair and how Pleasant art Thou, Op. 18/5……..Marcel Dupré

Hymn 148, Creator of the earth and skies…….UFFINGHAM

Air…….Gerre Hancock

I Love to Tell the Story…….Hankey/ William G. Fischer

Hymn 686, Come, thou fount of every blessing…….NETTLETON

Sonata III in A Major, Opus 65/3……Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy
Andante tranquillo

March 14 – Laetare Sunday
The Adult Choir of Grace Church in New York

Ave verum…….Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Magnificat à 4 Ton
Orgue. Magnificat quarti toni…….Jehan Titelouze (c.1562/3-1633)
From Le Magnificat (1626)
Chœur. Et exultavit…….Nicolas Formé (1567-1638)
Edition of the Choral setting by Lenora McCroskey, DMA
O. Quia respexit…….Jehan Titelouze
C. Quia fecit mihi magna…….Nicolas Formé
O. Et Misericordia ejus…….Jehan Titelouze
C. Fecit potentiam…….Nicolas Formé
O. Deposuit Potentes…….Jehan Titelouze
C. Esuriantes implevit…….Nicolas Formé
O. Suscepit Israel…….Jehan Titelouze
C. Sicut locutus est…….Nicolas Formé
O. Gloria Patri et Filio…….Jehan Titelouze
C. Sicut erat in principio…….Nicolas Formé

Tranquilly from “A Little Organ Book”…….C. Hubert H. Parry

Hymn 620, Jerusalem, my happy home…….LAND OF REST

Let the people praise thee, O God, Op. 87…….William Mathias

“Why does azure deck the sky” from “A Little Organ Book”…….C. Villiers Stanford

Hymn 690, Guide me, O thou great Jehovah…….CWM RHONDDA

Cantique de Jean Racine, Op 11…….Gabriel Fauré
English text by Harold Heiberg

Andante from “A Little Organ Book”…….Charles Wood

467, Sing my soul, his wondrous love…….ST. BEES

March 21 – Peter Gruett, tenor

March 28 – Palm Sunday
The Adult Choir of Grace Church in New York

Pange linqua
Orgue. Pange linqua, en Taille à 4……Nicolas de Grigny (1672-1703)
…..From Livre d’orgue (1699)
Chœur. Nobis datus…….Marc-Antoine Charpentier
…..Edition of the Choral setting by Lenora McCroskey, DMA, Professor emeritus, The University of North Texas
O. Fugue à 5……Nicolas de Grigny
C. Verbum caro…….Marc-Antoine Charpentier
O. Récit du Chant de l’hymne précédent……Nicolas de Grigny
C. Genitori…….Marc-Antoine Charpentier
Amen

Remember not, Lord, our offences…….Henry Purcell (1659-1695)