St. John's Cathedral - Jacksonville Florida
The Episcopal Church in the United States of America
The Very Rev. Edward H Harrison, Jr., Dean of Florida 
John Barry, Organist/Choirmaster 
Richard Fair and Karen Saint-John, assistant directors 
Sunday, December 2, 2001 - Hymnal 1982 
First Sunday in Advent

5:00pm - A Procession with Carols on Advent Sunday
Cathedral Choir
Prelude Alec Rowley Fantasia on "Veni Emmanuel"
Prelude Richard Purvis
(b 1917)
Improvisation on "Veni Emmanuel"
Prelude Max Drischner
Partita on
"Behold, A Rose Breaks Into Bloom"
Prelude Johannes Brahms
Chorale Prelude on 
"Behold, a Rose breaks into bloom"
* from the West End *
Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina
(1525-1594), arr David Willcocks
Advent Matins Responsory
Richard Campbell, baritone
Paul Fisher, baritone
Lisa McKenna, soprano
Hymn tune: Helmsley #57 "Lo! He comes"
* in the Crossing *
Isaiah 6 God commissions Isaiah to be the Prophet of the Advent
Carol arr George Ratcliffe Woodward
'Twas in the year that King Uzziah died
Hymn tune: Merton #59 "Hark! A thrilling voice is sounding"
* from the Presbytery *
Isaiah 40 The Prophet proclaims the good news to a people in exile
Carol arr Geoffrey Shaw People look east (Carol Of The Advent)
Lesson Zechariah 2 The Prophet foretells the coming of the Lord and the increase of his kingdom
Carol Crawford R Thoburn A God and yet a man
(Egan Edition Choral #EC-337)
Hymn tune: Winchester New #76 "On Jordan's bank"
* antiphonally, from the Transepts *
St. Luke 1 The angel Gabriel salutes the Blessed Virgin Mary
Carol Johannes Brahms
The Hunter
(EC Schirmer ECS No. 1680)
Lesson St. Luke 1 The Blessed Virgin Mary visits her cousin Elizabeth
Carol Arthur Baynon When rooks fly homeward
(Boosey and Hawkes OCTB1870)
* from the Sanctuary *
Jakob Praetorius
Wachet auf!
Lesson St. Matthew 1 St. Matthew tells of the coming birth of Jesus
Carol John Rutter
(b 1945)
There is a flower
Amy Szkody, soprano
Carol Martin How Advent Message
(Boosey and Hawkes M-051-50161-1)
Carol Anton Bruckner
Ave Maria
(Edward B Marks HL 00007481)
Hymn tune: St. Stephen 
(alternate tune)
#462 "The Lord will come and not be slow"
Hymn tune: Richmond #72 "Hark the glad sound!"
Postlude Marcel Dupré
Chorale Prelude on
"Come now, Savior of the Gentiles"
Postlude Johann Sebastian Bach
Chorale Prelude on "Sleepers, Wake!"

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