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PAST PERFORMANCES

The Music Selections

This is our archive of sorts to showcase the diversity of the music we sing.
Please peruse through the years to get a feel of our beloved songs.

2018

81st Concert Season

Make a Joyful Noise  Kouri / Drennan

How Lovely Are the Messengers Romans 5:15-16 / Mendelssohn

O For a Closer Walk with God Cowper / Getty, arr. Grassi featuring LCA member Norma Campbell on the penny whistle

Walk together, Children arr. deCormier featuring LCA members Jean Reitmeier, soprano and Clark Smith, baritone

I Want Jesus to Walk with Me arr. Hayes featuring LCA member Brad Miller, percussion

Ubi Caritas "Where there is charity and love, there God is..." (sung in Latin)

True Light Keith Hampton featuring LCA member Mellissa Standley, soprano

Spirit of Love Murray / Pote

A Gaelic Blessing John Rutter

Jesus is the Light  Williams / Drennan

There is a Balm in Gilead William Dawson featuring LCA member Faith Hoffman, Mezzo-soprano

Sure On This Shining Night Agee / Lauridsen

Praise His Holy Name  Keith Hampton

Beautiful Savior arr. Christiansen

2017

80th Concert Season

Joy in the Morning Natalie Sleeth

My God, How Wonderful Thou Art arr. Oscar R. Overby featuring LCA member Melissa Standley, soprano  This hymn tune dates from the Scottish Psalter of 1615.  English pastor Frederick Faber added this text in 1849

Grace Mark Hayes In this moving arrangement, Hayes pairs the familiar "Amazing Grace" text with the American folk melody, "The Water is Wide."

With A Voice of Singing  Martin Shaw

E'en So, Lord Jesus, Quickly Come Paul Manz Ruth Manz wrote this paraphrase on revelation 22 during a hospital vigil for their critically ill son.  When her husband later set the text to music, he said the piece "practically wrote itself."

Psalm 46 John Ness Beck This festive arrangement features Martin Luther's famous hymn, "A Mighty Fortress is Our God" and Luther's own paraphrase of Psalm 46.

Hark, I Hear the Harps Eternal Trad. American, arr. Mark Hayes featuring LCA member Brenda Mikota, piano