Concerts from 2013-2014

Concert and Choral Evensong

Sunday, October 6, 2013
5:00 p.m.
Trinity Episcopal Church
214 W. Beverley St.
Staunton, Virginia

Music by Victoria, Morales, Guerrero, Pérez & Cabezón.

A Renaissance Vespers

Friday, October 18, 2013
8:00 p.m.
Westminster Presbyterian Church
400 Rugby Road
Charlottesville, Virginia

Music by Victoria, Morales, Guerrero, Pérez & Cabezón.

This program is a part of the Westminster Organ Concert Series. There is no charge for admission.

Tiento del quarto tonoAntonio de Cabezón
Domine, ad adjuvandum me festinaGinés Pérez de la Parra
(c. 1548–1600)
Psalm 110: Dixit DominusFrancesco Guerrero
Psalm 113: Laudate pueriGinés Péres de la Parra
Psalm 127: Nisi DominusTomás Louis de Victoria
(c. 1548–1611)
Tiento IX del quinto tonoAntonio de Cabezón
Ave maris stellaJuan Bermudo
(c. 1510–1565)
Ave maris stellaTomás Louis de Victoria
Himno Ave maris stellaAntonio de Cabezón
Magnificat Octavi ToniCristóbal de Morales
(c. 1500–1553)
Tiento III del primer tonoAntonio de Cabezón
Salve ReginaTomás Louis de Victoria

ZEPHYRUS PRESENTS Christmas Music from the Old World and the New

Friday, December 13, 2013 8:00 p.m. St. Paul’s Memorial Church 1700 University Avenue Charlottesville, Virginia Saturday, December 14, 2013 3:30 p.m. Emmanuel Episcopal Church 7599 Rockfish Gap Turnpike (Rt. 250 West) Greenwood, Virginia The program features music from sixteenth and seventeenth-century England and Spain, as well as music from colonial Mexico and eighteenth-century America. Some of the composers featured include William Byrd, Tomás Luis de Victoria, Francisco Guerrero, and William Billings.
Magnificat Octavi Toni Cristóbal de Morales (c. 1500 – 1553)
O Magnum Mysterium Tomás Luis de Victoria (c. 1548 – 1611)
Ecce Virgo Concipiet Cristóbal de Morales
A un niño llorando Francisco Guerrero (1528 – 1599)
Verbum caro factum est from the Cancioneiro de Uppsala Anonymous
Riu riu chiu Matheo Flecha (?) (c. 1481 – c. 1553)
Remember O Thou Man (A Christmas Caroll) Thomas Ravenscroft (c. 1592 – c. 1635)
As On the Night (Song 46) Orlando Gibbons (1583 – 1625)
Sweet Was the Song arr. Thomas Hamond (d. 1662)
This Day Christ Was Born William Byrd (c. 1540 – 1623)
Hanacpachap cussicuinin Anonymous
Serenemissima una noche Geronimo Gonzalez (fl. 1633)
Xicochi conetzintle Gaspar Fernandes (c. 1570 – 1629)
Convidando esta la noche Juan García de Zéspedes (c. 1619 – 1678)
I Wonder as I Wander John Jacob Niles (1892 – 1980)
The Huron Carol arr. Robert B. Anderson
Jesus Christ the Apple Tree Elizabeth Poston (1905 – 1987)
Lovely Vine from The Christian Harmony (Exeter, NH, 1805) Jeremiah Ingalls (1764 – 1838)
Hark! hark! glad tidings charm our ears (Redemption) from The Southern Harmony (1835) William Walker (1809 – 1887)
Lullay, lully, thou little tiny child (Slow Traveller) from The Christian Harmony Jeremiah Ingalls
A Virgin Unspotted from The Singing Master’s Assistant (Boston, 1778) William Billings (1746 – 1800)

The Requiem Mass of Tomás Luis de Victoria

Saturday, April 12, 2014
8:00 p.m.
St. Paul’s Memorial Church
1700 University Avenue
Charlottesville, Virginia

Toward the end of his life, Victoria served for sixteen years as a personal chaplain and musician to the Dowager Empress Maria. Sister of Philip II and widow of the Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian II, the Empress lived in retirement in a royal convent in Madrid. For her funeral in 1603, Victoria composed a requiem mass, the Officium Defunctorum, which was published two years later. On the title page he calls it “the song of the swan,” referring to the Empress, but it also can be thought of as Victoria’s swan song, for he published no more.

Tickets are $20.00 for general admission and $15.00 for students and seniors. They will be available at the door and at New Dominion Bookshop on Charlottesville’s downtown mall and Greenberry’s Coffee Co. in the Barracks Road shopping center.

For more information, please call (434) 227-4685.

Officium Defunctorum (1603)
    Taedet animam meam
    Sanctus & Benedictus
    Agnus Dei
    Versa est in luctum
    Libera me
Domine, non sum dignus
Salve Regina a 5