During the Easter Vespers
The Prince of Wales attends the consecration of the St Thomas Cathedral Syrian Orthodox Church in Acton, London. 24th November 2016.
Frederick Hohman plays the popular Toccata from the Fifth Organ Symphony in F, Op 42 #1, by Charles-Marie Widor on the Schantz pipe organ at the Cathedral Basilica of the Sacred Heart in Newark, New Jersey USA
This performance of Widor’s Toccata from the Fifth Organ Symphony is found on the CD recording from PRO ORGANO entitled “A Couple of French Fifths” – Pro Organo CD 7021. This recording contains the complete Widor’s Fifth Symphony as well as the complete Fifth Organ Symphony of Louis Vierne. To access details, link to and enter 7021 in the Search Box.
The complete 30-minute Midnight Pipes video is also available from . To access details on this video, enter 9018 in the Search Box.
The organ at the Cathedral Basilica of the Sacred Heart was originally built and installed in the 1950s by the Schantz Organ Company of Orrville, Ohio . In 1989, renovations were made, which included a new 4-manual console located in the Chancel of the Cathedral, which is seen in this video. Frederick Hohman was engaged as a featured organist in the dedication program of this organ in 1990, when he appeared with orchestra in Jongen’s Symphonie Concertante before a capacity audience.
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Mozart’s Requiem Mass
June 12, 2015.
Phillip Sear plays an 1891 piano transcription (in the form of a short set of variations) by Charles Lee Williams of a chime written by Stephen Jeffries, organist of Gloucester Cathedral 1680-1712.
Imitations of church bells were common in late Victorian British salon music, but this is an altogether more serious undertaking. For centuries, Gloucester Cathedral (in England) has had a set of chimes (tunes played on the cathedral bells by an automated chime machine). In 1891 there were four tunes, played by a machine built in 1764 and in use as recently as 1974. Charles Lee Williams was at that time Cathedral organist, and decided to make piano transcriptions of them. This one is set as a series of short variations, starting in early-Baroque style, but concluding (startlingly) in a bravura variation in the style of Mendelssohn. Lee Williams’s successor as organist, Herbert Brewer, subsequently arranged Williams’ transcriptions for organ. You can hear all four of the chimes – played on bells in Charlotte, North Carolina – here: . And if you would like to hear the Jeffries chime at Gloucester Cathedral, you can hear it every Tuesday at 9.00am, 1.00pm and 5.00pm. The four chimes transcribed by Lee Williams have been joined by three others, two of which were used in mediaeval times. Further details here:
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Thousands are expected to honor the life and legacy of former President George H.W. Bush at the National Cathedral in Washington, D.C., on Wednesday.
President Trump has declared Wednesday a national day of mourning, as the nation remembers its 41st president. Mr. Bush has been lying in state since Monday in the Capitol.
Along with the current president and first lady, the Obamas, Carters and foreign dignitaries will be in attendance.
The ceremony begins at 11 a.m., and can be watched here.
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The Citadel Pipe Band performing Amazing Grace at Grace Church Cathedral Charleston – 2-5-2017
Grace celebrates the Scottish roots of the Episcopal Church with an annual service known as the Kirkin O’ the Tartan. The word “Kirkin” is the Gaelic word for blessing.
The Citadel Pipe Band brings Bagpipes and drums to add to the musical experience of this awesome service. Thanks also go to the Saint Gregory wire from Grace Church Cathedral.
Light show of the story of San Antonio’s early history projected on the facade of the Cathedral in the Main Plaza. 24 minutes total. Beautiful, artistic, with moving images to music. This 4 minute video shows a little of each part.
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The New Jerusalem Cathedral Praise and Worship Team ministering “This Song Is For You” Written by W.I.L.[Worship Is Life]. Performed live at our first recording August 3rd, 2007
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The Christ Church Cathedral Choir of Men and Boys directed by Frederick Burgomaster (Organist, Douglas Cleveland), performs George Frideric Handel’s “Allelujah” from his Coronation Anthem “The King Shall Rejoice”
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“That I may dwell in the house of the Lord” : The Mausoleum at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels.
Watch as Cardinal Roger Mahony shares with us the history of the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels and the Crypt Mausoleum.
About the Mausoleum:
The Crypt Mausoleum of the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels is located on the lower level (one floor beneath the Cathedral Church) and is directly across from St. Vibiana’s Chapel.
The Mausoleum features Spanish limestone and beautiful antique stained glass windows. The stained glass windows were originally placed in St. Viviana Cathedral.
The Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels Mausoleum is the only structure in the world where the opportunity for interment in a site of such religious significance is available to all – not just a “privileged few”. No other church, not even the grand cathedrals in Europe, have anything compared in scope and design.
For additional information or to schedule a tour of the Mausoleum, please contact the Cathedral Mausoleum office at (213) 680-5226 or [email protected]