The Nave Choir sing a number of services in the cathedral each term.
This term the Nave Choir will be singing the following services:
|Sunday 3rd January 2010||10:00am 11:30am||Missa Brevis in D
W.A. Mozart Peace: And the glory of the Lord
G.F. Handel O magnum mysterium Francis Poulenc Philip Moore Te deum in A Charles Villiers Stanford And the glory of the Lord
|Sunday 27th September 2009||3:30pm||Responses: John Holmes Evening Service in E minor - Pelham Humphrey If the Lord had not helped me
- Edward Bairstow
|Saturday 17th October 2009||4:15pm||Philip Moore responses Chichester Service - Lennox Berkley Gaudent in coelis - TL da Victoria|
|Sunday 1st November 2009||10:00am 11:30am 3:30pm||Missa Brevis in D - W.A. Mozart At the peace: Gaudent in coelis - TL da Victoria Communion: Agnus dei Philip Moore responses Te Deum in A - Charles Villiers Stanford Gaudent in coelis - TL da Victoria Philip Moore responses Psalm 148 & 150 Magnificat: W.A. Mozart Nunc dimittis: Plainsong How beautiful are the feet & Their sound is gone out
|Saturday 28th November 2009||TBC|
|Sunday 29th November 2009||3:30pm||Responses - Plainsong Psalm 9 Magnificat - Orlande de Lassus Nunc dimittis - Gustav Holst I look from afar|
|Sunday 20th December 2009||10:00am 11:30am 3:30pm||Mass in the Dorian Mode
Herbert Howells At the peace: Ave Maria
Igor Stravinsky Communion motet: Agnus dei II Mass in the Dorian mode
Herbert Howells Gradual: Ave Maria
Igor Stravinsky Communion motet: Agnus dei II The truth from above Frohlocket, ihr Völker auf Erden
- Felix Mendlesohn Ave Maria - Igor Stravinsky O little town - Henry Walford Davies Calypso carol - arr: John Bertalot Wither’s Rocking Hymn
RVW O magnum mysterium - Francis Poulenc In Wintertime - Lennox Berkley
|Thursday 24th December 2009||10:30pm||Missa brevis in D - W.A. Mozart At the peace: Frohlocket, ihr
Völker auf Erden - Felix Mendlesohn Communion: O magnum mysterium - Francis Poulenc
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