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TRINITY CATHEDRAL, MIAMI, FLORIDA Traditional Festival of Lessons and Carols 2008

Sung by Florida’s Singing Sons Boychoir and the Anglican Chorale of Southeast Florida

Processional hymn: Once, in royal David’s city (desc. Sir David Willcocks) Bidding: Dean of Trinity Cathedral, the Very Rev. Douglas Wm McCaleb Wolcum Yole (Benjamin Britten)

Lesson 1: God announces in the Garden of Eden that the seed of woman shall bruise the serpent’s head. (A member of Florida Singing Sons Boychoir) Spring carol; Deo gracias! (Benjamin Britten)

Lesson 2: God promises to faithful Abraham that in his seed shall the nations of the earth be blessed. (An acolyte) In dulci jubilo (arr. J.S. Bach)

Lesson 3: Christ’s birth and kingdom are foretold by Isaiah. (A lay reader) Regnum mundi (Jacob Handl) Sir Christèmas (William Mathias)

Lesson 4: The peace that Christ will bring is foreshown. (A member of the Anglican Chorale) There is no rose (Benjamin Britten) Congregational hymn: O little town of Bethlehem (desc. Thomas Armstrong)

Lesson 5: The angel Gabriel salutes the Blessed Virgin Mary (A member of the chapter) Balulalow; As dew in Aprille; This little babe (Benjamin Britten)

Lesson 6: St Matthew tells of the birth of Jesus. (The Seminarian) In freezing winter’s night (Benjamin Britten)

Lesson 7: The shepherds go to the manger. (The Director of Music) As I outrode this enderes night (Anon, 16th century) Congregational hymn: God rest you merry, gentlemen (desc. Sir David Willcocks)

Lesson 8: The wise men are led by the star to Jesus. (The Deacon) No small wonder (Paul Edwards) Personent hodie (arr. John Rutter)

Lesson 9: St John unfolds the great mystery of the Incarnation. (The Dean) Gospel Response: Hodie Christus natus est (Benjamin Britten) Lux aurumque (Eric Whitacre) Offertory: Interlude from A Ceremony of Carols (Britten) Congregational hymn: O come, all ye faithful (desc. Sir David Willcocks)

Collect and Blessing Congregational hymn: Hark! the herald angels sing (desc. Sir David Willcocks) Organ voluntaries: In dulci jubilo BWV 729 (Bach); Trumpet Tune (Langlais)

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