Project Feature: A Mirror Over Time

THIS PROJECT WAS PART OF THE CONFERENCE

TRYING TO SAY GOD, JUNE 22-24, 2017

Sacred Music at Notre Dame

presents

 

NOTRE DAME VOCALE

Carmen-Helena Téllez, artistic and music director

A Mirror Over Time:

Self-reflecting themes in the Catholic Musico-Poetic Imagination

Part of the conference Trying to Say God,

June 22-24, University of Notre Dame

Washington Hall, Friday, June 23, 2017, 9:15 pm

I.

 

•Cum vidisset Jesus matrem suam  / Gregorian Chant

Antiphon for the Feast of the Seven Dolours of

The Blessed Virgin Mary

(LIBER USUALIS)

 

 

•Cum vidisset Jesus matrem suam /  James MacMillan (b.1959)

On the text and chant from the Antiphon on the Feast

of the Seven Dolours of the Blessed Virgin Mary

based on John 19: 26-27a.

English translation by Edward Tambling

(BOOSEY AND HAWKES)

YouTube recording

 

•Ave Maria / Gregorian chant

(LIBER USUALIS)

YouTube recording

 

•Ave Maria (1997) / Cary Boyce (b. 1955)

(DALE WARLAND CHORAL SERIES FOR G. SCHIRMER)

YouTube recording

 

II.

 

•Nunc dimittis  /  Arvo Pärt (b.1935)

On a text from Luke 2:29–32

( UNIVERSAL EDITIONS)

YouTube recording

 

•Introit from the Missa pro defunctis    a 4  /  Francisco Guerrero (1528-1599)

(MONUMENTOS DE LA MUSICA ESPANOLA)

YouTube recording

                                                                                                            

•La déploration sur la mort d’Ockghem / Josquin Desprez    (1450-1521)

(EDITIONS ALEXANDER BLACHLY)

YouTube recording

 

III.

 

From The Strathclyde Motets /   MacMillan

•Lux Aeterna,

on the text of the Communion from the

Requiem Mass

(BOOSEY AHD HAWKES)

YouTube recording

 

•O Radiant Dawn

On the Advent antiphon for December 21st

(BOOSEY AND HAWKES)

YouTube recording

 

 

Artistic Personnel

 

NOTRE DAME VOCALE

Carmen-Helena Téllez, Artistic and Music Director

Caleb Wenzel, assistant conductor

 

Andy Jennings

Benjamin Stone

Erin Donegan

Carlos Cárdenas

Crawford Wiley

Halle McGuire Hobbins

Jamie Caporizo

Jessica Bush

Jon Sherry

Joshua Boggs

Sean Martin

Susanna Kim-Villano

 

Video Projection Design by Camilla Tassi

Lighting Design by Kathleen Van Fleet

On a concept by Carmen-Helena Téllez

 

Based on a photograph of the stained glass window of the Church of St. Charles Borromeo

in Ciudad Quesada, Costa Rica, by Manuel Antonio Aguilar-Cubillo, used with permission.

This concert was made possible by a grant from the Nanovic Institute for European Studies at the University of of Notre Dame