Our wedding CD is here!

Thanks to the fabulous Ken at Silken Audio, we have our wedding CD.  For those of you interested in listening to it, the tracks, all 20 of them (!) are below.  If you’d like a copy of the CD just leave us a comment and we’ll make you one.

Mark, we’re already working on one for you with your Elijah aria in a couple different formats.  We’re hoping to have it for Christmas.

Sorry for the length of this post, but enjoy!

Organ Prelude- BWV 572 Fantasie for Organ in G Major, J.S. Bach

Choral Prelude- Faire is the Heaven, Harris

Choral Prelude- I sat down under his shadow- Bairstow

Processional Hymn- All Creatures of Our God and King- arr. Wachner

Kyrie- Mass in G, Schubert

Gloria- Mass in G, Schubert

If with all your heart- from Elijah, Mendelssohn

1st lesson- from a speech by Abraham Lincoln- read by Robert Young

In lieu of a Psalm- a reading from The Two Towers, The Song of the Ent Wife by J.R.R. Tolkien- read by Patricio Aguilera

2nd lesson- Colossians 3: 12-17, read by Eric Gedstad

Hymn- How Firm a Foundation- Early American Hymn Tune

Beati quorum via- Stanford

Ave Maria- Biebl

Sanctus from Messe Solennelle- Langlais

Benedictus from Messe Solennelle- Langlais

Agnus Dei- Missa Brevis KV 65, Mozart

Milonga del Angel, Piazzolla arr. Christensen

Down to the river to pray- Traditional, arr. Wirtz

Ave Verum Corpus- Elgar

Blessing & Dismissal- Recessional- Toccata from Symphony No. 5, C. M. Widor


3 thoughts on “Our wedding CD is here!”

  1. Kelly and Geoff – thanks so much for posting! I would love a CD when you get a chance, no rush though. It came out quite good! ~Sara

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