July 22, 2018

Time After Pentecost — Lectionary 16 (Year B)

The 23rd Psalm is an infinite source of inspiration. In every generation artists, musicians, and people in need make it their own. We hear the results of that inspiration next time on Sing For Joy.

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Scriptures for this Program

  • (1R) Jeremiah 23:1-6
  • (PS) Psalm 23
  • (2R) Ephesians 2:11-22
  • (G) Mark 6:30-34, 53-56

Requiem: The Lord is My ShepherdJohn Rutter (PS)
The Choir of King's College / The City of London Sinfonia, ensemble / Stephen Cleobury
(CD) Rutter: Requiem / EMI (ANGEL, EMI CLASSICS, EMI RECORDS, LTD) / CDC 7243 5 56605 2 7
© 1998 EMI (Angel, EMI Classics, EMI Records, Ltd), 304 Park Avenue South, New York, NY, 10010, USA
www.warnerclassics.com

Shepherd Me, O GodMarty Haugen / Marty Haugen, lyricist (PS)
Calvin College Alumni Choir: Grand Rapids, MI / Kenneth Bos, accompanist / Pearl Shangkuan
(CD) Hymnale / CALVIN COLLEGE / CD 22
© 2002 Calvin College, Calvin College Music Department 3201 Burton SE, Grand Rapids, MI, 49546, USA
www.calvin.edu

Psalm 23Imant Raminsh (PS)
Elora Festival Singers: Elora, Ontario, Canada / Noel Edison
(CD) I Saw Eternity / NAXOS / 8.572812
© 2012 Naxos, Naxos of America, Inc., Suite 28, 1810 Columbia Avenue, Franklin, TN, 37067, USA
www.naxos.com

The Church's One Foundation (AURELIA)Samuel Sebastian Wesley / Samuel J. Stone, lyricist / James Bobb, arranger (2R)
St. Olaf Cantorei: Northfield, MN / James Bobb
(CD) Sing For Joy Archives / ST. OLAF COLLEGE / Not For Resale
© St. Olaf College, 1520 St. Olaf Avenue, Northfield, MN, 55057, USA
stolaf.edu