Feb. 12, 2012: St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, Durango, Colorado

This video contains all the music of the service on February 12, 2012: first, the choir rehearses “There Is a Balm in Gilead,” arranged by William Dawson, before the service. Then there is the prelude, the processional, the psalm, the gradual hymn, the offertory, the Sanctus, the Agnus Dei, the communion music, the recessional, and the postlude. For the offertory, the choir, directed by Scott Hagler, performs There Is a Balm in Gilead,” arranged by William Dawson. This starts at 12:22, but the choir rehearses this same piece at the very beginning. The communion music is performed by Cheryl Birchard on the guitar. She sings and plays two pieces, “Healing Oil” by Lizotte (19:06)– and “Beauty for Ashes” by Lewis (23:31). The recessional leading into the postlude starts at 25:41, with the postlude itself at 27:57. For more information, see www.StMarksDurango.com
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Jan. 29, 2012: St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, Durango, Colorado

This video contains all the music of the service on January 29, 2012: first, the choir rehearses before the service. Then there is the prelude, the processional, the Hymn of Praise, the psalm, the gradual hymn, a solo by Cheryl Birchard (part of the sermon), the offertory, the Sanctus, the Agnus Dei, the communion hymns, the recessional, and the postlude. For the offertory, the choir, directed by Scott Hagler, performs “Jesus Christ, the Apple Tree,” arranged by Elizabeth Poston. This starts at 18:23, but the choir rehearses this a capella at the very beginning. For more information, see www.StMarksDurango.com
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Jan. 8, 2012: St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, Durango, Colorado

The choir, directed by Scott Hagler, performs “In Excelsis Deo” by Greg Gilpin. This is followed by the Sanctus (S 130) and the Agnus Dei (S 164), and then three communion hymns (119, 121, and 339). After the recessional (hymn 135), Scott Hagler performs “Go Tell It on the Mountain” by J. Wayne Kerr as the postlude. For more information, see www.StMarksDurango.com