This page contains the music that we will be using on Saturday 03/30/2002.
Easter : Vigil
This is the High Point of the Church season. This is what we have been waiting for. We start off outside and low key. Move inside and build slowly to the anticipated exultation. No musical instruments are used until after the fifth reading.
The Service of Light
The Blessing of the Fire
The Blessing of the Candle
"Christ our light. Thanks be to God" Gregorian Chant entering darkened Church
The Easter Proclamation "Exsultet" Gregorian Chant
Responsorial Psalm for the First Reading - Cycle A - SPOKEN
Responsorial Psalm for the Second Reading - Cycle A - SPOKEN
Responsorial Psalm for the Third Reading - Cycle A - GREGORIAN CHANT
Responsorial Psalm for the Fourth Reading - Cycle A - GREGORIAN CHANT
Responsorial Psalm for the Fifth Reading - Cycle A - PIANO
Responsorial Psalm for the Sixth Reading - Cycle A - PIANO AND SOFT ORGAN
Responsorial Psalm for the Seventh Reading - Cycle A - PIANO AND ORGAN
Glory to God from the St. Louis Jesuit Mass.
Responsorial Psalm for the Epistle - Cycle A - PIANO AND ORGAN
Litany of the Saints by Paul Inwood
Springs of Water - Acclamation after Blessing the Water
Rite of Sprinkling (Mass of Creation) - Sprinkling
Out of Darkness will be for the Presentation of the Gifts.
Holy, Holy from the St. Louis Jesuit Mass.
Memorial Acclamation A from the St. Louis Jesuit Mass.
Doxology and Great Amen from the St. Louis Jesuit Mass.
The Lord's Prayer from the Mass of Creation.
Lamb of God from the St. Louis Jesuit Mass.
In Remembrance of Me will be our Communion Song.
Come, Taste and See for Instrumental/Choral Meditation.
Alleluia No. 1 will be the closing song.
ã 2002 Tim Drinkard