August 1, 2021 + The Tenth Sunday after Pentecost
Holy Eucharist Rite II at 10:30 a.m., sung by John Nowacki, sermon by Rev’d Margie Baker.
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Voluntary Adagio from Sonata I Felix Mendelssohn (1809-1847)
Opening Hymn 527 Singing songs of expectation Ton-y-Botel
Sequence Hymn 383 Fairest Lord Jesus St. Elizabeth
Offertory Anthem O bread of life from heaven Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)
John Nowacki, soloist
O bread of life from heaven,
O food to pilgrims given,
O manna from above:
feed with the blessed sweetness
of your divine completeness
the souls that want and need your love.
O fount of grace redeeming,
O river ever streaming
from Jesus’ wounded side:
come now, your love bestowing
on thirsting souls, and flowing
till all are fully satisfied.
We love you, Jesus, tender,
in all your hidden splendor
within these means of grace.
Oh, let the veil be riven,
and our clear eye in heaven
behold your glory face to face.
Sanctus Land of Rest, arr. Annabel Morris Buchanan (1889-1983)
Closing Hymn 690 Guide me, O thou great Jehovah Cwm Rhondda
Voluntary Toccata on Great Day Adolphus Hailstork (b. 1941)
Adolphus Hailstork is an American composer and educator. He grew up in Albany, New York, where he studied violin, piano, organ, and voice. As a child, he joined the choir of the Episcopalian cathedral. From this experience he developed an interest in vocal melodic writing that asserts itself in his choral works and art songs. Hailstork is of African-American ancestry and his works blend musical ideas from both the African-American and European traditions. His principal teachers were H. Owen Reed (Michigan State University), Vittorio Giannini and David Diamond (Manhattan School of Music), Mark Fax (Howard University) and Nadia Boulanger (American Institute at Fontainebleau).