SUNDAY, MARCH 19, 9:00pm
EVENING CONCERT AT SANT’IGNAZIO, ROME

I
Music of Mozart (1756-1791), from his first sacred composition
in English at age 9 to his last sacred work.

God is our Refuge [K. 20] age 9, London, July 1765
Kyrie eleison [K. 33] age 10, Paris, June 1766
“Kyrie eleison” from Missa brevis in D Minor [K. 65] age 12, Salzburg, January 1769
Quaerite primum regnum Dei [K. 36] age 14, Bologna, October 1770
Kyrie for five sopranos [K. 89] age 16, Rome, 1772
“Tremendum” from Litaniæ de venerabili altaris Sacramento [K. 243] age 16, 1772
“Kyrie eleison” from Coronation Mass [K. 317] age 23, 1779
“Dixit Dominus” from Vesperæ solennes de confessore [K. 339] age 24, 1780
“Cantiam” from Davide penitente [K. 469] age 29, March 1785
“Lacrymosa” from Requiem [K. 626] unfinished at death, December 5, 1791
Ave verum corpus [K. 618] age 35, June 1791

II
Laudi alla Vergine Maria [8] text by Dante/music by Giuseppe Verdi

III
from Seven Last Words, Théodore Dubois [14]
Hodie mecum eris in Paradiso, Howard Fankhauser, Gregory Carroll
Stabat mater Kathryn Weld, Howard Fankhauser, Gregory Carroll
Adoramus te, Christe

IV
African American Spirituals

“Deep River” from A Child of our Time [3] Cathedral Soloists arr. Tippett
There is a balm in Gilead [17] Kathryn Weld, Howard Fankhauser arr. Dawson
My soul’s been anchored in the Lord [11] Stacey Sunde arr. Howarth
Poor Man Lazarus [13] Gregory Carroll arr. Hairston

 

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