St. Patrick’s 150th anniversary concert – 26 November 2022 | James Flores & Anthony Lee | Swell Vox

It’s with my absolute pleasure to share with you this special 150th anniversary concert of St. Patrick’s Church in Albury. The programme includes pieces which give a ‘nod’ to the Irish and Celtic background of St. Patrick. I have celebrated many milestones at this parish, from my baptism right through to my wedding in 2012. I’m happy to have added this event as another one of them. My utmost thanks goes out to Tony Lee for his performance on the evening. The last few weeks have been very busy for us with concerts and rehearsals for other events. At least three more to come before the end of the year!

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0:00 | Introduction
1:54 | Pièce d’orgue, BWV 572 – Johann Sebastian Bach
12:48 | Hymn of St. Patrick – Margaret Rizza
15:50 | Music for a while – Henry Purcell
20:18 | Sea Fever – John Ireland
22:55 | But who may abide the day of His coming (Messiah, HWV 56) – George Frideric Handel
27:44 | Loch Lomond – Traditional Scottish
31:28 | James introduces the next organ pieces
33:13 | Ciacona in E minor, BuxWV 160 – Dietrich Buxtehude
39:47 | Irish Interlude on ‘I heard the voice of Jesus say’ – Phil Lehenbauer
42:56 | Tony introduces the next vocal pieces
44:33 | A Celtic Blessing – David Barton
47:08 | Deep Peace – David Barton
50:25 | Anima Christi – Ettore Pozzoli
54:28 | Ave Maria – Anton Bruckner
58:48 | HYMN — Be thou my vision
1:02:18 | War March of the Priests – Felix Mendelssohn arr. Best
1:09:10 | Conclusion

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