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
Sunday, July 6, 2003 - Hymnal 1982 
Fourth Sunday after Pentecost

10:30am - Holy Eucharist
Cathedral Choir
Prelude James Hewitt
The Fourth of July - A Grand Military Sonata
1) Assembling of the People (Bells and Cannons)
2) Distant March
3) The Artillery March
4) Captain Sargent's Quick March
5) Boston Cadet's March
6) Brandywine Quick Step
7) Trumpet Minuet
8) President Washington's March
9) Shouts of the Populace
10) Hail, Columbia!
Introit Christopher Tye
O Jesus, King most wonderful
(Concordia 98-1470)
Hymn tune: Lauda Anima #410 "Praise, my soul, the King of Heaven"
Gloria John Rutter
(b 1945)
#900 (Wonder, Love and Praise)
Psalm Tone I.4 #123 "To you I lift up my eyes"
Kathy Wallis, lay cantor
Hymn tune: Toulon #359 "God of the prophets"
Offering William Byrd
Teach me, O Lord
(Oxford Book of Tudor Anthems, Oxford)
Sanctus David Hurd
(b 1950)
Acclamation adapted Bruce E Ford
(b 1947)
Fraction adapted Mason Martens
(b 1933)
Communion Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina
Adoramus Te, Christe
(EC Schirmer 1760)
Communion tune: Tallis' Ordinal #489 "The great Creator of the worlds"
Communion tune: The Third Tune #692 "I heard the voice of Jesus say"
Communion tune: The Eighth Tune #25 "O gracious Light, Lord Jesus Christ"
Hymn tune: National Hymn #718 "God of our fathers"
Postlude William Selby Prelude and Fugue in A

1) The prelude was written for an Independence Day celebration at Trinity Church, Boston in the United States' early years
2) William Selby, who wrote the postlude, was one of Bostonís early Revolutionary period composers

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