MUSIC AND CHOIR

COVID Opus 1


Casio proudly presents the world premiere of “COVID Opus 1” (CO-Op 1), an original piece written by Anthony Patterson.

Performed by Anthony and his wife Casey Robards on a Privia PX-S3000, this intricate piece is the product of being “cooped” up inside during the COVID-19 lockdown.

We hope pianists everywhere can draw inspiration from this amazing performance as they spend time at home with their favorite instruments.



MUSICAL SELECTIONS

for these challenging times


Virtual Sanctuary Choir

Brother James’s Air .
Dona Nobis Pacem Seven-Fold Amen, Lutkin
Go Ye Now In Peace Irish Blessing
Dresden Amen Danish Amen
Strathdee Benediction Every Time I feel The Spirit

Virtual Handbell Choir

Christ is Risen Holy, Holy, Holy
‘Tis A Gift To Be Simple O Master Let Me Walk With Thee
When God Is Near Swing Low, Sweet Chariot
Jesus, The Very Thought Of Thee Children of the heavenly Father

Jan Caputo – Viola

Deep River Great Is Thy Faithfulness
How Great Thou Art

Les Rosan – Alto Saxophone

He Giveth More Grace Give Thanks/Now Thank We All Our God

Al Bartholomew – Pipe Organ

Joyful, Joyful All Things bright and Beautiful
Doxology Gloria Patri
Amazing Grace O Christ, the Great Foundation
Fairest Lord Jesus I Danced in the Morning
Open My Eyes Breathe On Me, Breath of God
Spirit of the Living God Doxology (tune of PH 455)
Let Us Talents And Tongues Employ

Al Bartholomew – Piano

What A Friend Jesus Loves Me
When Jesus Comes I’m Gonna Live So God Can Use Me

Adam Dixon – Double Bass

Concerto, Dragonetti Bass Concerto, Capuzzi

Danny Dixon – Violin and Alto Saxophone

Concerto, Accolay Brazileira, Milhaud

Tony Patterson – Piano and Orchestra

A HYMN FOR HOLY WEEK

It is Well With My Soul
This is my arrangement of “It is Well With My Soul” by Horatio Spafford and Philip Bliss mashed up with “The Moldau” by Bedřich Smetana. I just felt that it was appropriate for Holy Week. Much love to everyone! — Tony Patterson



Choir rehearsals TEMPORARILY CANCELLED DUE TO COVID-19
(usually scheduled Sunday mornings 9:30 am)