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Escape to…A Place of Rest – March 2006

  1. There will be Rest – Frank Ticheli, Sara Teasdale (1884-1933)
  2. In Rememberance – Hal H. Hopson, Anonymous
  3. It is Well – P.P. Bliss (1876), H.G. Spafford (1873) – Arr. Alice Parker
  4. Epitaph – Robert Convery, Text from Gravestone in the Boston Granary Burying Ground, marked “Sacred to the Memory of Mrs. Ann Barbara Bender, Who died Sept 12th, 1794 Aged 48 years.”
  5. Song – Robert Applebaum, Christina Rossetti (1862)
  6. Dream Land – Robert Applebaum, Christina Rossetti (1850)
  7. Up-Hill – Robert Applebaum, Christina Rossetti (1861)
  8. The Tree – Greg Bartholomew, Jones Very (1813-1880)Death, Be Not Proud – Bonnie Johansen-Werner, John Donne (1572-1631)
  9. Signs of the Judg ment (Judgement Day) – Arr. Mark Butler, Spiritual
  10. This Worldes Joie – Arnold Bax, Circa 1300
  11. Come Away, Death – Ralph Vaughn Williams, William Shakespeare, Twelfth Night, Act 2, Scene 4
  12. The Prince of Sleep – Sir Edward Elgar, Walter De La MareCharm me Asleep – David Conte, Robert Herrick (1591-1674)
  13. Sleep – Eric Whitacre, Charles Anthony Silvestri
  14. My Lord, What a Moanin’ – Arr. Adolphus Halistork, Traditional
  15. Crucifixion (He Never Said a Mumblin’ Word) – Arr. Adolphus Hailstork, No. 3 from “Five Short Choral Works”, Traditional Spiritual
  16. Here Repose, O Broken Body – Daniel Pinkham
  17. Swing Low, Sweet Chariot – Hubert Bird, Spiritual, Jubilee Song
  18. In Pace – Rene Clausen, John Sheppard (c. 1515 – c. 1560)
  19. My Shepherd will Supply my Need – Arr. Virgil Thomson, Issac Watts, Traditional Southern Hymn Tune