Choral Eucharist at 10am
Prelude: Stella Matutina – Joseph Bonnet (1884-1944)
Hymns: Processional Come down, O love divine
Gradual Lord, thy word abideth
Thanksgiving Let us with a gladsome mind
Post Communion Father of heaven, whose love profound
Setting: St Andrew’s Mass – Timothy Mallis (b.1996)
Psalm: 119: 1-2, 105-6, 108, 110-112; TiS 75
Anthem: Give ear unto me – Benedetto Marcello (1686-1739)
Motet: Cantabo Domino – Alessandro Grandi (1586-1630)
Postlude: Berceuse – Joseph Bonnet (1884-1944)
Lindsay O'Neill Memorial Concert
Saint Mark's Anglican Church, 250 George Street, Fitzroy
on Sunday 23 July at 2 p.m
Lindsay O’Neill was Organist and Choirmaster at St Andrew’s from 1975-1996. On retirement he became a parishioner at St Mark’s, Fitzroy. The Lindsay O’Neill Memorial Organ Recital is an annual event at St Mark’s.
2023 recitalist: Robert Sholl is an organist, pianist, and academic who teaches at The Royal Academy of Music and the University of West London. Robert studied the organ with Lindsay O’Neill and was Organ Scholar, and then Assistant Organist at St Andrew’s Brighton. He completed a first class honours degree in Music at Melbourne University and departed for the United Kingdom in 1992 to undertake further studies in London and Cambridge, and France.
Featuring music that Lindsay played…
‘Bourée’ from Concerto Op. 7 No.1 – G.F. Handel (1685-1759)
Plaint – Harvey Grace (1874-1944)
Schmüche dich, o liebe Seele BWV 654 – J.S. Bach (1685-1750)
‘Epistle’ Sonata in C KV. 336 (with improvised cadenza) – W.A. Mozart (1756-91)
Hymn ‘Come down O Love Divine’,
‘Down Ampney’ (Ralph Vaughan Williams, with free harmony after Lindsay O’Neill)
‘Air’ and ‘Gavotte’ – Samuel Wesley (1766-1837) arr. Lindsay O’Neill
Prelude ‘Bell’ Allegro - John Stanley (1712-86)
Choral Prelude on ‘Song 13’ of Orlando Gibbons – A. E. Floyd (1877-1974)
Humoresque ‘L’Organo primitivo’ - Pietro A. Yon (1886-1943)
Fantasie KV. 608 - Mozart (arr. Marcel Dupré)
Improvised Choral prelude on ‘Gardenvale’ (Lindsay O’Neill)
‘March’ from An Occasional Oratorio – G.F. Handel Improvisation
School House café
The café is presently closed. Kim and Mark have sold their business to new operators who will take over when the liquor licence is transferred which is likely to be towards the end of August. The Churchwardens have agreed a new lease with the buyers and we anticipate they will greatly improve all aspects of the café when they reopen. Watch this space!
Last night the annual Keble Mass organised by the Australian Church Union was held at St Agnes' Glen Huntly. The preacher was Fr Peter Richard, Warden of St Agnes' House, a new Anglican seminary for the formation of priests. My thanks to Arnold and Johnson Xu, Xev and Tim Renouf for assisting in the sanctuary of the beautiful church.