Mozart's Requiem (as finished by Süssmayr) with Mark Husey conducting St. Patrick's Cantoris and Jubilate Deo, John Rutter's "Seeds Grow to Plants," as well as operatic highlights with soprano Viviane Thomas and collaborative pianist Ruth Ann McDonald: from St. Patrick's Episcopal Church in Washington, DC: Spring Gala 1994.
Lessons & Carols 1998 and Easter Sunday 1999 from the Church of the Nativity, Timonium, Maryland, where Mark Husey served as Music Director from July 1998 - June 2000. These amateur videos showcase the Nativity Choir of Boys and Girls in their first Lessons & Carols and Easter liturgies.
"Kyrie eleison" from Beethoven's great MASS IN C is sung during the Sprinkling Rite following the opening of our Holy Door for the Jubilee of Mercy. Mezzo Soprano Aubrey Nelson is featured in "O thou that tellest good tidings to Zion" from Handel's MESSIAH, in addition to works by Elizabeth Poston, Vladimir Vavilov, and our annual singing of Andrew Carter's glorious 3-part descant for VENI EMMANUEL
The Kyrie and Agnus Dei of Jean Langlais' "Missa Salve Regina" are mystically wed to Stanford's Evening Canticles in C for direct and refracted views of Marion theology on this Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception, the official "Farewell Mass" of Director of Music and Liturgy Mark Husey. Members of the Gallery Choir and Capella Pueri are joined by Capella Alumni from the class of 2015, ably assisted by Mary Alice Thomy Bogue, also featured as soprano soloist.
Michael Olbash's brief but brilliant "Sanctus" from his English Congregational Ordinary "Mass of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Star of the Sea" is introduced into our YouTube repertory, joining re-recorded music of Gerald Near, Christopher Steel, and Paul Manz, along with Willcock's thrilling descant on HELMSLEY with a Saint-Saëns soundbite.
Featuring Tess Hartis (violin soloist), Esther Kim Ruder (soprano) Aubrey Nelson (mezzo) and James Gatch (tenor), joined by Robin Matlock Goffena, Joseph Myers, Josh, Evelyn, and Jon Fitz, and James Thompson. Music includes Johann Sebastian Bach's motet, "O Jesu Christ, meins Lebenslicht" BWV 118, an arrangement of "Hallelujah, Amen" from Judas Maccabaeus (Handel), and movements of W.A. Mozart's "Coronation Mass."