St. John's Cathedral - Jacksonville Florida
The Episcopal Church in the United States of America
The Very Rev. Gustave Weltsek, Dean 
John Barry, Organist/Choirmaster 
Sunday, July 6, 1997 - Hymnal 1982 
Seventh Sunday after Pentecost

9:00am - Holy Eucharist
Parish/Family Choir
11:15am - Holy Eucharist
Cathedral Choir
Prelude Johann Sebastian Bach
Excerpt from "Mass in b minor"
1) Benedictus
Noel Perry, tenor
Karen Erkfitz, viola
Richard McKenna, recorder
Dr. Cynthia Miller, cello
Introit Frederick A Gore Ouseley
From the rising of the sun [11] 
(Anthems for Choirs 1, Oxford)
Hymn tune: Mit Freuden Zart  #598 "Lord Christ, when first thou cam'st to earth" 
Hymn tune: National Anthem  #720 "O say can you see" 
(for Independence Day, July 4)
Trisagion David Hurd
(b 1950) 
Hymn tune: Pleading Saviour  #586 "Jesus, thou divine Companion" 
Offering tune: Adoro Devote  #314 "Humbly I adore thee, Verity unseen" [9]
Offering John Rutter
(b 1945)
Thy perfect love [11]
(Oxford 42.392)
Hymn tune: Christe Sanctorem #1 "Father, we praise thee"
Sanctus David Hurd #S124
Communion tune: Malabar #312 "Strengthen for service, Lord" [9] 
Communion tune: I Am The Bread Of Life #335 "I am the Bread of Life" [9] 
Communion Thomas Morley
Agnus Dei [11]
(EC Schirmer No 1771)
Psalm chant: John Goss
#138 "I will give thanks unto Thee" [11] 
Hymn tune: National Hymn #718 "God of our fathers" 
Postlude 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!

NOTE: the prelude was written for an Independence Day celebration at Trinity Church, Boston in the United States' early years

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