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Sunday, March 8 at 2:30pm

A consummate artist of the highest caliber, Dr. Lynn Trapp holds a distinguished career as concert organist, pianist, conductor, composer and liturgist. From Carnegie Hall, NYC to Westminster Abbey, London his many concert appearances, more than 100 publications , academic awards, and clinician work has brought him great respect nationally and internationally. His career archives are established in perpetuity at the Hesburgh Library, University of Notre Dame.

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Program:

Te Deum  Lynn Trapp (Morning Star Music Publishers)
We Praise Thee, O God: we acknowledge Thee to be the Lord.
All the earth worships Thee, the Father everlasting.
To Thee all angels cry, the heavens and all the powers therein –
Holy, holy, holy, Lord God of Sabaoth.

Lent
Passion Chorale: O Sacred Head, Now Wounded  Johannes Brahms (1833-1897)(2 settings)
O Sacred Head, now wounded, with crown of piercing thorn.
O bleeding Head so wounded, reviled and put to scorn.
The pow’r of death comes o’er you, the glow of life decays,
Yet angel hosts adore you, and tremble as they gaze.

Easter
Prelude and Fugue on Easter Sequence Chant ‘Victimae Paschali Laudes’  Dom Paul Benoit, O.S.B. (1893-1979)
Christians, praise the Paschal Victim, offer thankful sacrifice.
The Lamb has redeemed the sheep, reconciling sinners to the Father.
We know Christ is truly risen from the dead! Victorius King, have mercy on us.

Ascension
On the Evening of the Ascension of the Lord  Dom Paul Benoit, O.S. B.

Pentecost
Fanfares to the Tongues of Fire  Larry King (1932-1990)
Come, Holy Ghost, Creator, come from thy bright heavenly throne;
take possession of our souls, and make them all thine own.

Salutation, Petition, Acclamation on Two Chants of ‘Salve Regina’   Lynn Trapp (Oxford University Press)
Hail, Holy Queen, Mother of Mercy, our life, our sweetness and our hope.

Sonata II in D Minor  Alexandre Guilmant (1837-1911)
I. Introduction
II.
Pastorale
III. Finale