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Psalmes and Songes from 1535

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Presented by St David’s Episcopal Church at St. David's Episcopal Church, Austin TX

Nov 21 2019
Psalmes and Songes from 1535

German Renaissance choir and organ music based on songs from the first English hymnal

Organist Eric Mellenbruch and the choir of St David’s Episcopal Church, directed by David Stevens, present early music based on hymns from the first English-language hymnal, largely translated from early Lutheran chorales. Rich Renaissance motets and colorful early Baroque organ verses are interspersed with the hymns themselves, as they would have been in that period. The series of three concerts (November, February, and June) marks the first new, corrected and annotated, edition of that

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A pre-concert lecture begins at 7:00 pm.

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St. David's Episcopal Church

301 E 8th St, Austin, TX 78701

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Parking for services, concerts, and other events hosted and sponsored by St David’s is available free of charge in our garage, whose entrance is on Trinity (one-way northbound) between 7th and 8th.

The main entrance to the church building is beneath the blue awning facing 8th near San Jacinto, accessible from level 2 of the garage near the elevators.

Except for Sunday services, you will usually take a ticket at the garage entrance, ask for a voucher slip at the church front desk, then upon exiting the garage, insert the ticket and then scan the voucher slip in lieu of payment.


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