Bruckner Organ at Stift St.Florian , Linz (Austria) by Franz Xaver Krismann 1774
Featuring the Trombones the Elgin Symphony Orchestra and the Elgin Master Chorale
Andrew Lewis, Conductor
David Schrader, Organ
ESO Trombones - Reed Capshaw, Adam Moen and Mark Fry with Jeremy Moeller, Principal Trombone - Lyric Opera of Chicago
The beauty of brass, the majesty of organ, and the dynamism of the human voice. In a special collaboration featuring the Elgin Master Chorale’s Chamber Singers, we’ll present Anton Bruckner’s powerful “Trombone Mass,” preceded by music that spotlights the beautiful organ of First United Methodist Church. Enjoy the grandeur of this music within the intimacy of a chamber music setting!
Program Giovanni Gabrieli (c. 1554/1557 - 1612) - O magnum mysterium, Motet a 8, Ch. 3 (No. 33 from "Concerti, 1587") Charles Ives (1874 - 1954) - Processional,” Let There Be Light” Matthias Weckmann (c. 1616/1624 - 1674) - Sonata à4, No.9 Anton Bruckner (1824 - 1896) - Vorspiel and Fugue in C minor for organ, WAB 131 Daniel Speer (1636-1707) - Sonata in D Minor for 4 Trombones & Continuo Anton Bruckner - “Trombone Mass” Psalm 114 in G major, WAB 36 Afferentur regi, WAB 1 Aequale 1, WAB 114 Libera me, WAB 22 Inveni David, WAB 19 Aequale 2, WAB 149 Christus factus est, WAB 10 Vor Aneths Grab, WAB 53 Ecce sacerdos magnus, WAB 13