Music Recorded at St. Paul’s


Music from St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Milwaukee

The Rev. W. Bradley Toebben, Rector
Canon Joseph A. Kucharski, Director of Liturgy and Music
Mr. Tedd. L. King, Associate Organist
Four Choral Scholars of St. Paul’s Church

Schantz Organ Co. (Opus 2307, 2012)
– 51 ranks. 3050 pipes. 4 divisions. 3 manuals. 42 stops. 61 registers

YouTube videos are categorized as:
Choral Anthems
Ordinary (Elements of the Liturgy)
Organ Voluntaries
Hymns
Psalms

Choral Anthems

“Cicut servus” by Giovani Palestrina

“Five Mystical Songs: The Call” by Ralph Vaughan Williams (J. Mark Baker, soloist and Christopher Berry, organ)

“God so loved the world” by John Stainer

“Hide not thou thy face from us” by Richard Farrant

“O be joyful in the Lord” Chant by H. Aldrich

“O sacred feast” by Healey Willan

“Ocurrunt turbae” by Giovanni Palestrina

“Second Song of Isaiah” by Henry Purcell, arr. James Turle

“The disciples knew the Lord Jesus” Mode 6 melody; adapt. Mason Martens

“The Lamb” by John Tavener with words by William Blake

“This joyful Eastertide” arr. Charles Wood Words: G. R. Woodward

“Venite” by E.G. Monk

Ordinary (Elements of the Liturgy)

“Christ our Passover” Chant: Richard Woodward Words: Easter Canticle, The Book of Common Prayer

“Magnificat” from the “Evening Service” by George Dyson

“Magnificat” from the “Dallas Evening Service” by Joseph A. Kucharski

“Magnificat” from the “Fauxbourdon Evening Service” by Healey Willan

“Magnificat” from the “Fauxbourdon Evening Service” by Thomas Morely

“Magnificat” Anglican Chant: H. Walford Davies

“Nunc dimittis” Anglican Chant: G. MacFarren

“Nunc dimittis” from the “Evening Service” by George Dyson

“Nunc dimittis” from the “Dallas Evening Service” by Joseph A. Kucharski

“Nunc dimittis” from the “Fauxbourdon Evening Service” by Healey Willan

“Nunc dimittis” from the “Fauxbourdon Evening Service” by Thomas Morely

Hymns

Hymn 1 “Father, we thank thee now the night is over”

Hymn 24 “The day thou gavest”

Hymn 207 “Jesus Christ is risen today”

Hymn 209 “We walk by faith and not by sight”

Hymn 339 “Deck thyself, my soul, with gladness”

Hymn 455 O Love of God, how strong and true

Hymn 458 “My song is love unknown”

Hymn 635 “If thou but trust in God to guide thee”

Hymn 645 “The King of love my shepherd is”

Psalms

Psalm 16:5-11

Psalm 23 Chant: Henry Smart

Psalm 23 G.M. Garrett

Psalm 31:1-5, 15-16 G. M. Garrett

Psalm 103 Chant: C Hylton Stewart

Psalm 116:1, 10-17

Organ Voluntaries

Adagietto from Symphony V by Gustav Mahler, arr. Noel Rawsthorne performed by Tedd L. King

Air by Gerre Hancock performed by Joseph A. Kucharski

Chantworks: “The Lamb’s high banquet we await” by Gerald Near performed by Joseph A. Kucharski

Chorale Prelude 1 on “Wer nur den lieben” by J.S. Bach performed by Tedd L. King

Chorale-prelude on “Nun bitten wir” by Dietrich Buxtehude performed by Joseph A. Kucharski

Chorale-prelude on “Schmücke dich” by Gottfried August Homilius performed by Joseph A. Kucharski

Christ ist erstanden I, II & III by J. S. Bach performed by Joseph A. Kucharski

Evensong by John La Mountain performed by Joseph A. Kucharski

Festal Voluntary by Flor Peeters performed by Joseph A. Kucharski

Master Tallis’s Testament by Herbert Howells performed by Tedd L. King

Pastorale by Percy Whitlock performed by Joseph A. Kucharski

Prelude on “Song 46” by Leo Sowerby performed by Joseph A. Kucharski

Prelude on an American Folk Hymn by Francis Jackson performed by Joseph A. Kucharski

Solemn Prelude on a theme of Thomas Tallis by Gerald Near performed by Joseph A. Kucharski

Symphony V: Toccata by Charles-Marie Widor performed by Tedd King

Two slow Airs: No. 2 by Herbert Howells performed by Joseph A. Kucharski