Music Planned for Yankee Stadium Mass

April 19, 2008

Prelude

Symphony No. 9 in D minor – Ludwig van Beethoven
I. Allegro ma non troppo, un poco maestoso
II. Molto vivace

Entrance of the His Holiness

Hymnus Pontificius – Charles Gounod, arr. Alberico Vitalini
Dixit from Vesperae Solennes de Confessore – Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Holy Mass

Jesus is Risen / Cristo Jesús Resucitó – arr. John Rutter
Tu es Petrus – Dom Lorenzo Perosi
Kyrie, from Litany of the Saints – adapt. Richard Proulx
Gloria, from Missa O Magnum Mysterium – Tomás Luis da Victoria
Psalm – Dr. Jennifer Pascual
Alleluia – arr. Wm. Glenn Osborne
Credo III
Trilingual Intercessions – Michael Hay, orch. Wm. Glenn Osborne
How Lovely is thy Dwelling Place – Johannes Brahms
Sanctus from German Mass – Franz Schubert, adapt. Richard Proulx
Christ Has Died / Amen – Franz Schubert, adapt. Richard Proulx
Agnus Dei from Missa O Magnum Mysterium – Tomás Luis da Victoria
Panis Angelicus – Cesár Franck, Marcello Giordani, Tenor, Metropolitan Opera
Sicut Cervus – Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina
Ave Verum – Alexandre Guilmant, orch. Deborah Jamini
Amén. El Cuerpo de Cristo – John Schiavonne, orch. Carl Maults By
Let Us Break Bread Together – arr. Carl Maults By
This is the Feast – Richard Hillert, arr. Richard Kidd
Joyful, Joyful, We Adore Thee / Jubilosos te Adoramos – from Hymn to Joy Fantasy – Bruce Saylor

Postlude

Symphony No. 9 in D minor – Ludwig van Beethoven
IV. Presto

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One Response to “Music Planned for Yankee Stadium Mass”

  1. peter kasprzycki said

    Unfortunate choice for postlude in the form of Symphony No. 9 in D minor – Ludwig van Beethoven
    IV. Presto. Regardless of its spiritual meaning, it was officially adopted by the EU as the official anthem in 1985. I don’t think the Head of the Vatican State, was too impressed by this clear diplomatic protocol gaffe. I don’t think anyone would propose the anthem of, let’s say, China to greet the Pope.

    http://europa.eu/abc/symbols/anthem/index_en.htm

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