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ADVENT
Now with Midis!

Come, thou long expected Jesus - Stuttgart
O come, O come Emmanuel - Veni Emmanuel
Wake, awake, for night is flying - Sleepers, wake!
Rejoice, rejoice believers - Llangloffan
Lo! He comes with clouds descending - St. Thomas
Lo! He comes with clouds descending - Helmsley
Creator of the stars of night - Conditor Alme
Creator of the stars of night - Breslau
Hark! the glad sound - Bristol
O heavenly Word, eternal Light - Verbum Supernum prodiens
O heavenly Word, eternal Light - O Heiland reiss
Hark! a thrilling voice is sounding - Merton
On Jordan's hank the Baptist's cry - Winchester New
The King shall come - St. Stephen


CHRISTMAS
Now with Midis!


O come, all ye faithful - Adeste Fideles
While shepherds watched their flocks - Winchester Old
While shepherds watched their flocks - Hampton
Now yield we thanks and praise - Was frog ich nach der Welt
Sion, the marvelous story be telling - Avison
Lo, how a Rose e'er blooming - Es ist em Ros
A great and mighty wonder - Rosa Mystica
It came upon the midnight clear - Carol
It came upon the midnight clear - Noel
Of the Father's love begotten - Divinum Mysterium
O little town of Bethlehem - Forest Green
O little town of Bethlehem - St. Louis
From heaven above to earth I come - Vom Himmel Hoch
Calm on the listening ear of night - St. Agnes
Break forth, O beauteous heavenly light - Ermuntre dich
Sing, O sing this blessed morn - England's Lane
Hark! the herald angels sing - Mendelssohn
Angels from the realms of glory - Regent Square
Dost thou in a manger lie - Dies est Laetitiae
Dost thou in a manger lie - Mauburn
The first Nowell - The First Nowell
Good Christian friends, rejoice - In Dulci Jubilo
All my heart this night rejoices - Ebeling
Silent night, holy night - Stille nacht
Silent night, holy night - the "original"
Unto us a boy is born - Puer Nobis Nascitur
He whom joyous shepherds praised - Quem Pastores
What child is this, who, laid to rest - Greensleeves
Gentle Mary laid her child - Weimar
Here betwixt ass and oxen mild - Gevaert
A babe lies in the cradle - Corner
God rest you merry gentlemen - God Rest You Merry
The snow lay on the ground - Venite Adoremus
Angels we have heard on high - Gloria
Away in a manger - Cradle Song
In the bleak mid-winter - Cranham
Joseph dearest. Joseph mine - Resonet In Laudibus
Joy to the world! - Antioch
Joy to the world - Richmond


EPIPHANY
Brightest and best of the stars - Morning Star
What star is this, with beams so bright - Puer Nobis
Earth has many a noble city - Stuttgart
From the eastern mountains - Valour
We three kings of Orient are - Three Kings of Orient
As with gladness men of old - Dix
Songs of thankfulness and praise - Salzburg
Alleluia, song of gladness - Urbs beata Jerusalem


LENT
Forty days and forty nights - Aus der Tiefe rufe ich
Kind maker of the world - A la venue de Noel
Weary of earth, and laden with my sin - Langran
Lord, who throughout these forty days - St. Flavian
With broken heart and contrite sigh - Babylon's Streams
The glory of these forty days - Erhalt uns Herr
All glory, laud, and honor - St. Theodulph
The flaming banners of our King - Vexilla Regis
The royal banners forward go - Vexilla Regis
The royal banners forward go - Parker
Ride on! Ride on in majesty - Winchester New
There is a green hill far away - Horsley
There is a green hill far away - Meditation
Sing, my tongue the glorious battle - Pange Lingua
See the destined day arise - Halle
Alone thou go'est forth, - O Lord Bangor
Drop, drop, slow tears - Song
Go to dark Gethsemane - Petra
Ah, holy Jesus, how hast thou offended - Herzliebster Jesu
Ah, holy Jesus, how hast thou offended - Ecce Jam Noctis
Sweet the moments, rich in blessing - Batty
O thou, who through this holy week - Wetherbv
O come and mourn with me awhile - St. Cross
O sacred head, sore wounded - Passion Chorale
At the cross her vigil keeping - Mainz
At the cross her vigil keeping - Stabat Mater
His are the thousand sparkling rills - Isleworth
It is finished! Christ hath known - Sebastian
When our heads are bowed with woe - St. Prisca
Were you there when they crucified my Lord - Were you there
Jesus, in thy dying woes - Swedish Litany
Jesus, in thy dying woes - Ton-Man
O sorrow deep - O traurigkeit
O who shall roll away the stone - New England


EASTER
Jesus Christ is risen today - Easter Hymn
Hail, thee, festival day - Salve Festa Dies
Welcome happy morning - Fortunatus
Jesus lives - St. Alhinus
At the Lamb's high feast - Salzburg
He is risen - Unser Herrscher
Alleluia! The strife is o'er - Victory
Alleluia! alleluia! hearts and voices - Lux Eoi
Thou hallowed chosen morn of praise - Mach's mit mir, Gott
Come, ye faithful, raise the strain - Gaudeamus Pariter
Come, ye faithful, raise the strain - St. Kevin
Love's redeeming work is done - Nassau
Love's redeeming work is done - Gwalchmai
The day of resurrection - Ellacombe
The day of resurrection - All Hallows
Christians, to the Paschal victim - Victimac Paschali
That Easter day with joy was bright - Puer Nobis
Alleluia! O sons and daughters - O Filii Et Filiae
O Jesus, crowned with all renown - Kingsfold


ASCENSION
Hail, thee, festival day - Salve Festa Dies
See the conqueror mounts in triumph - In Babilone
See the conqueror mounts in triumph - Rex Gloriae
Hail the day that sees him rise - Ascension
Hail the day that sees him rise - Llanfair
Look, ye saints, the sight is glorious - Coronae
The head that once was crowned with thorns - St. Magnus


WHITSUNDAY
Hail, thee, festival day - Salve Festa Dies
O come, Creator Spirit - Veni Creator
O come, Creator Spirit - Grace Church
Come, thou Holy Spirit - Veni Sancte Spiritus
Come, thou Holy Spirit - Arbor Street
Hail thee! Spirit, Lord eternal - Cowley
Spirit of mercy, truth, and love - Cornish

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