January 25, 1998
Embry Hills United Methodist Church
Atlanta, Georgia

Program

Concerto in e minor for recorder, flute and strings, G. P. Telemann
Sinfonia from Cantata No. 21, “Ich hatte viel Bekümmerniss”, J. S. Bach
Suite in D major for viola da gamba and strings, G. P. Telemann
Fantasia: Three parts upon a ground, Henry Purcell
Brandenburg Concerto No. 4 in G, J. S. Bach

Featured

Lyle Nordstrom, Musical Director, theorbo and guitar
Stanley Ritchie, violin
Letitia Berlin, recorder
Martha Bishop, viola da gamba
Francis Blaker, recorder
Catherine Bull, flute

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April 5, 1998
First Presbyterian Church of Atlanta
with the Scola Cantorum

Program

Concerto in C major for three harpsichords, BWV 1064, J. S. Bach
Songs by Thomas Tallis, William Byrd, Josquin des Prés, Tomas Luis de Victoria
Concerto in C for two flutes and strings, Op. 47 No. 2, Antonio Vivaldi
Movements from Concerto 12, “Propitia Sydera”, Georg Muffat
Cantata No. 4, “Christ lag in Todesbanden”, J. S. Bach

Featured

Lyle Nordstrom, Musical Director, theorbo
Eugene Pierce, Music Director, Schola Cantorum
Peter M. Marshall, harpsichord
Jennifer Phillips, harpsichord
Daniel Pyle, harpsichord
Catherine Bull, flute
Janice Joyce, flute
Leila Lazenby, soprano
Eileen Moreman, mezzo soprano
Eric Nelson, tenor
Daniel Cole, bass
Jeanne Johnson-Watkins, violin
Karen Clarke, violin
Brad Knobel, cello
George Riordan, oboe
James Sullivan, oboe
Charles Keith Collins, bassoon

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September 26, 1998
Florida State University, Opperman Music Hall
Tallahassee, Florida

September 27, 1998
Clayton State University, Spivey Hall
Morrow, Georgia

Program

The Four Seasons, Antonio Vivaldi
Sextet in C major, Johann Christian Bach
Concerto for harpsichord and fortepiano, Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach

Featured

Lyle Nordstrom, Musical Director
Stanley Ritchie, violin
Karyl Louwenaar Lueck, fortepiano
Daniel Pyle, harpsichord
Karen Clarke, violin
George Riordan, oboe
Viola Roth, horn
Eckhart Richter, cello
Richard Seraphinoff, horn
Jeanne Johnson-Watkins, violin

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Program Notes

October 27, 1998
Geystliche Lieder and the Songs of the Angels: Gloria in Excelsis Deo!
with organists from Emory University and the Candler Choraliers.
Cannon Chapel, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia

Program

Four Variations on Allein Gott in der Höh sei Ehr’, Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck
Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme, BWV 645, J. S. Bach
Cantata, Wachet auf, BWV 140, J. S. Bach

Featured Soloists

Jonathan Strom, Director of the Candler Choraliers
Timothy Albrecht, organ
Marian E. Dolan, organ
Liela Lazenby, soprano
Victor Floyd, tenor
William Borland, bass-baritone

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Program Notes

December 5, 1998
A Candlelight Christmas
with Canticum Novum
St. Bede’s Episcopal Church, Atlanta, Georgia

Program

“Out of the orient crystal skies”, William Byrd
“The Cradle” and “Lullabie”, Anthony Holborne
“Sweet was the song the Virgin sung”, Anonymous
Cantata Pastorale per la Nativita de Nostro Signore Gesu Cristo, Allessandro Scarlatti
“Greensleeves”, Frances Cutting
“My little sweet darling”, Anonymous
Nöels pour les instruments, Marc-Antoine Charpentier
In Dulci Jubilo, Dietrich Buxtehude
“Hodie Christus Natus Est”, Jan Pieterszoon Sweelink
“Dixit Maria”, Hans Leo Hassler
“Noe, Noe, Noe Psallite Noe”, Jean Mouton
“Upon my lap my Soveraigne lies”, Martin Peerson
La Nativitie, Heinrich Ignaz Franz Biber
In Nativitatem Domini, M. A. Charpentier

Featured Soloists

Lyle Nordstrom, Artistic Director, lute
Rick Smith, Director of Canticum Novum
Elizabeth Packard Arnold
Leila Lazeby, soprano
Beth Arnold, soprano
Predrag Gosta, baritone
Jeanne Johnson-Watkins, violin

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December 20, 1998
Messiah by George Frideric Handel
with the Independent Presbyterian Church Choir
Independent Presbyterian Church
Birmingham, Alabama

Program

Part I and selections from Parts II and III

Featured Soloists

Lyle Nordstrom, Artistic Director, theorbo
Patrick Allen, Director, Independent Presbyterian Church Choir
Penelope Jensen, soprano
Mark Crayton, countertenor
Gregory Carder, tenor
Mark Risinger, bass

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