March 7, 2021

Third Sunday in Lent (Year B)

Only in poetry, not physics, do the heavens sing. But poetry is a way of telling a kind of truth that physics can’t. And you can hear the heavens sing (along with some very fine choirs) this week on Sing For Joy. Join us.


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Scriptures for this Program

  • (1R) Exodus 20:1-17
  • (PS) Psalm 19
  • (2R) 1 Corinthians 1:18-25
  • (G) John 2:13-22

Bring us, O Lord GodPaul Halley / John Donne, lyricist / Isaac Watts, lyricist (G)
The Choirs of the Cathedral of St. Philip: Atlanta, GA / Dale Adelmann
(CD) Into the House and Gate of Heaven / GOTHIC / G-49291
© 2014 Gothic, Gothic Records, Inc. P.O. Box 414, Orcas, WA, 98280, USA

Do No Sinful Action (FINLAY)Unknown / Cecil Francis Alexander, lyricist (1R, 2R)
The Choir of Paisley Abbey / Kenneth McKellar, tenor / George McPhee
(CD) All Things Bright & Beautiful / MUSICAL HERITAGE SOCIETY / 544850T
© 1995 Musical Heritage Society, USA

The Creation: The Heavens Are Telling, H XXI:2Franz Joseph Haydn / Robert Shaw, arranger / Alice Parker, translator / Robert Shaw, translator (PS)
Atlanta Symphony Chamber Chorus: Atlanta, GA / Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, ensemble / Robert Shaw
(CD) The Creation / TELARC / CD-80298-A
© 1992 Telarc, Concord Music Group, 100 North Crescent Drive, Garden Level, Beverly Hills, CA, 90210, USA

Ave Verum CorpusColin Mawby (G)
The Choir of Westminster Cathedral / Iain Simcock, accompanist / James O'Donnell
(CD) Panis Angelicus: Favourite Motets from Westminster Cathedral / HYPERION / CDA66669
© 1993 Hyperion, Hyperion Records Limited, P.O. Box 25, London, SE9 1AX, United Kingdom

Bring Us, O Lord GodSir William H. Harris / John Donne, lyricist (G)
The Choir of Clare College: Cambridge, England / Timothy Brown
© 1999 Collegium Records, Naxos of America, Inc., Suite 28, 1810 Columbia Avenue, Franklin, TN, 37064, USA