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New Music Recital 2013

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Published on Apr 19, 2013

The Bethany Music Department presents the Annual New Music Recital in which Bethany students showcase compositions they have completed during the academic year.


PROGRAM

Hymn: "My Song is Love Unknown" - MICHAEL HARTING
Dennis Marzolf, organ

Prelude on "Lord, to You I Make Confession" - ELISABETH URTEL
Elisabeth Urtel, organ

Three Years Ago - KAYLA BUSCH
Kayla Busch, piano

Prelude on "Deo Gracias" - ANNALISE TECKEN
Samuel Johnson, organ

Psalm 104 - BENJAMIN SCHULTZ, MIKE HARTING
First time: Soloists
Verses 1, 2, 3 and 4: Soloists
Responses: All
Gloria Patri: Soloists

Prelude on "O Darkest Woe" - MARK GULLIXSON
Mark Gullixson, organ

Variations on "Jesus, Jesus, Only Jesus" - ELISABETH URTEL
Benjamin Schultz, violin
Elisabeth Urtel, piano

Hymn: "Days are Passing, Times are Fleeting" - JACOB FINKE
Dennis Marzolf, organ

Two Hymn Preludes - MARTA KRAUSE
"Stricken, Smitten and Afflicted"
"God, We Praise You"
Marta Krause, organ

Hymn: "Lord, Your Love Will Never Fail Me" - ELISABETH URTEL
Elisabeth Urtel, piano

Bacon - ANNALISE TECKEN

Non nobis Domine - ANNALISE TECKEN
Non nobis Domine!— Not unto us, O Lord!
The Praise or Glory be Of any deed or word;
For in Thy Judgment lies To crown or bring to nought
All knowledge or device That Man has reached or wrought.

And we confess our blame— How all too high we hold
That noise which men call Fame, That dross which men call Gold.
For these we undergo Our hot and godless days,
But in our hearts we know Not unto us the Praise.

O Power by Whom we live— Creator, Judge, and Friend,
Upholdingly forgive Nor fail us at the end:
But grant us well to see In all our piteous ways—
Non nobis Domine!— Not unto us the Praise!

--Rudyard Kipling

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