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How brightly beams the morning star

Epiphany Festival: Bring & Sing: Saturday, January 14th 2017 from 3 to 7 pm

conducted by

Dr Stephen Darlington

Director of Music and Lay Canon, Christ Church
at
Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford

A special service of music and readings,
led by the Cathedral Choir.
Participants will join them in the anthems to be listed below.

Event Contact: Janet Low, 01865 777257
REPORT on the 2017 Epiphany Festival

COST: £5
Tea:
tea and cakes will be served inthe North Transept between the rehearsal and the service.

How to get there
:
Christ Church, in the centre of Oxford, is best approached on foot. MAP
Car drivers: please use one of the Park and Ride sites around the city.
There is public transport by bus and train from all over the county.
All singers are welcome, both from the Oxford area and beyond, whether choir members or individuals. Why not bring your musical friends along?
Participants should download, print off AND BRING their own copies of the music listed below. Please learn the music in advance!
Tea and cakes will be served in the North Transept between the rehearsal and the service.
ANTHEMS
Title (linked to pdfs of the scores) Composer Recording (YouTube)
Coventry Carol Anon The Sixteen
From the rising of the sun Ouseley St John's, Redhill
+ 4 carols from the RSCM Carol Book (one single pdf):
A song was heard at Christmas, I see your crib, No frightened shepherds, The daylight is fading
ADDITIONAL MUSIC
HYMNS will be sung with the congregation, and will be available on the order of service when you arrive: a) O worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness; b) Mary came with meekness; c) Tres Magi; d) On this day; e) The sinless one; f) Jesus come! For we invite you
THE CATHEDRAL CHOIR WILL SING
a) Tomorrow shall be my dancing day; b) Stella quam viderant - Palestrina

 

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