Music

MemChurch Music Wednesdays: Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750), Concert for Two Violins

Each week, we post music from the Harvard University Choir on our website and social media. Enjoy! Recorded in November of 2015 a concert at Harvard Memorial Church celebrating the 20th anniversary of the Harvard Baroque Chamber Orchestra, featuring Robert Mealy and Murray Forbes Somerville.

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MemChurch Music Wednesdays: Bach's Singet dem Herrn ein neues Lied

Each week, we post music from the Harvard University Choir on our website and social media. Enjoy!

Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750): Singet dem Herrn ein neues Lied (1727). Harvard University Choir; Edward Elwyn Jones, conductor. Performed in May, 2016 at Harvard Memorial Church.

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MemChurchMusic Wednesdays: Stephen Paulus (1949–2014): The full performance of The Three Hermits

Each week, we post music from the Harvard University Choir on our website and social media. Enjoy!

Stephen Paulus (1949–2014): The full performance of The Three Hermits (1997) a church opera in one act. Harvard University Choir; Edward Elwyn Jones, conductor; David McFerrin (Bishop); Clare McNamara (Mother). (Icon image courtesy of Guirguis Boktor, Coptic Art Studio). 23 October 2016. View the program

Introducing MemChurch Music Wednesdays: Stephen Paulus (1949–2014): Part 1, The Three Hermits

MemChurch Music Wednesdays!

Each week, we will post music from the Harvard University Choir on our website and social media. We start with selections from the Harvard University Choir's performance of The Three Hermits. Enjoy!

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Stephen Paulus (1949–2014): Scene 1, Part 1: The Three Hermits (1997) a church opera in one act. Harvard University Choir; Edward Elwyn Jones, conductor; David McFerrin (Bishop); Clare McNamara (Mother). (Icon image courtesy of Guirguis Boktor, Coptic Art Studio). 23 October 2016.

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