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The organ is mainly silent in Lent

Trinity Episcopal Church 220 Prospect Street, Torrington, CT 06790 Phone 860. 482.6027 Email
Eucharistic Setting
     Gloria from the Davidson: Mass in C
     Sanctus from the Schubert: Mass in G
     Fraction Anthem, Clark: “Whoever comes to me”

September 10
First Choir Sunday after the Summer hiatus
Organ Bach: Prelude in G Major
Choral Friedell: Draw us in the Spirit’s tether
                 Davidson: God of mercy, God of grace

September 17
Organ Haase” Mit Freuden Zart
Choral Shaw: With a voice of singing
                 Taizé: Eat this bread

September 24
Organ Davidson: I will ponder the glorious splendor of your presence
Choral Jenkins: Adiemus

October 1
Choral Wood: King Jesus hath a garden
                  Victoria: Jesu, dulcis memoria

October 8
Organ Gant: Prelude on Westminster Abbey
Choral Beethoven: The heavens are telling
                  Taizé: Wait for the Lord

October 15
Organ Wright: Prelude on Brother James’s Air
Choral Chant: Now that the daylight fills the skies

October 22
Organ Walther: Ein Feste Burg
Choral Hoiby: The Lord is King
     Davidson: Jesus, Lord

October 29
Organ Improvisation on Ratisbon
Choral Vaughan Williams: O how amiable
                    Ford: Almighty God who hast us brought

November 5 All Saints Observed
Organ Clerambault: Suite on the 1st tone: Grand plexin jeep
Choral Batten: O sing joyfully
                  Tazia: Venin sancte spirit’s

November 12
Organ Improvisation on Cwm Rhondda
Choral Kramer: Wachtel auf

November 19
Organ Benoit: Elevation “Tres Calmer”
Choral Vandana: Kyrie elusion (Massa Lahore passé)

November 26 Feast of Christ the King
Organ Fleischer: Prelude on Coronation
Choral Viadana: Exultate justi

                  Davidson: O Sacrum convivium

Trinity church has a history of fine music in its worship celebrations. Our choral repertory spans centuries and is enriched by robust hymn singing and organ music played on our exceptionally fine instrument.

The choir is made up entirely of volunteer singers who give generously of their time and talent. New singers are always welcome. There are no formal auditions; all that is required is a love of music and a willingness to be faithful. The choir rehearses from Labor Day until the Feast of Pentecost on Sunday mornings from 8:30 am until the service begins at 9 AM.

You are invited to join us in the music making at Trinity church. Music is a vital part of our liturgies, enriching our worship, providing an opportunity to express our joy in God’s love and grace, and providing solace in times of sadness. We think you’ll enjoy being a part of our community of faithful music makers.