CE Guildford Cathedral on Ash Wednesday. 14.ii.24 [L]

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  • DracoM
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    • Mar 2007
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    CE Guildford Cathedral on Ash Wednesday. 14.ii.24 [L]

    CE Guildford Cathedral on Ash Wednesday. 14.ii.24 [L]

    Order of Service:

    Introit: Kyrie after Byrd (Roxanna Panufnik)
    Responses: Byrd
    Psalm 51 (James MacMillan)
    First Lesson: Isaiah 1 vv.10-18
    Canticles: The Short Service (Weelkes)
    Second Lesson: Luke 15 vv.11-32
    Anthem: Half So Well (Gregory May) – World Premiere
    Hymn: Forty Days and Forty Nights (Aus Der Tiefe)


    Voluntary: Meditation (James MacMillan)

    Asher Oliver (Sub-Organist)
    Katherine Dienes-Williams (Organist and Master of the Choristers)


  • Alison
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    • Nov 2010
    • 6431

    #2
    Ooh, no Johns.

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    • Vox Humana
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      • Dec 2012
      • 1242

      #3
      It will be nice to have a change from William Rockstro's Miserere too.

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      • DracoM
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        • Mar 2007
        • 12803

        #4
        Does anyone know why it is NOT from John's?

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        • Pulcinella
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          • Feb 2014
          • 10209

          #5
          Originally posted by DracoM View Post
          Does anyone know why it is NOT from John's?
          No, but their website says:

          Ash Wednesday Evensong

          This service of Evensong is planned to take place on Ash Wednesday, 14 February 2024 at 6.30pm.

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          • mopsus
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            • Nov 2010
            • 775

            #6
            There have been a number of Ash Wednesday broadcasts from other places in recent years. I recall for example St Alban's Cathedral and a rather eccentric interpretation of Allegri's Miserere from New College Oxford.

            I wonder whether it is to avoid two broadcasts from St John's in the space of a few weeks, if they are also broadcasting a Passiontide service on the BBC as they often do.

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            • Benjamin
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              • Nov 2021
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              #7
              Originally posted by DracoM View Post
              Does anyone know why it is NOT from John's?
              I don't think there's any 'deeper' meaning to it: is it not just the case that—unlike the Advent Sunday and Christmas Eve ‘specials’ respectively from John’s and King’s—the Ash Wednesday broadcast is fixed at John’s only every other year and moves around on the ‘off’ years?

              ETA: Here's where Radio 3's Ash Wednesday Evensongs have come from this century:
              2024 - Guildford
              2023 - John’s
              2022 - Lincoln Cathedral
              2021 - John’s (a rebroadcast, originally from 2019)
              2020 - Temple Church
              2019 - John’s
              2018 - New College
              2017 - John’s
              2016 - Temple Church
              2015 - John’s
              2014 - Gloucester
              2013 - John’s
              2012 - Hereford
              2011 - John’s
              2010 - Liverpool Met (Mass, not Evensong)
              2009 - John’s
              2008 - St Albans
              2007 - John’s
              2006 - John’s
              2005 - Westminster Cathedral (Vespers, not Evensong)
              2004 - John’s
              2003 - John’s
              2002 - New College
              2001 - John’s
              2000 - John’s
              Last edited by Benjamin; 14-02-24, 21:40.

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              • Simon Biazeck
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                • Jul 2020
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                #8
                Originally posted by Vox Humana View Post
                It will be nice to have a change from William Rockstro's Miserere too.

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                • Dave2002
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                  • Dec 2010
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                  #9
                  Apparently the cathedral is currently on a hill overlooking the A3. Are there plans for it to be moved?

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                  • Vox Humana
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                    • Dec 2012
                    • 1242

                    #10
                    Originally posted by Dave2002 View Post
                    Apparently the cathedral is currently on a hill overlooking the A3. Are there plans for it to be moved?

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                    • DracoM
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                      • Mar 2007
                      • 12803

                      #11
                      Thx for info.

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                      • Pulcinella
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                        • Feb 2014
                        • 10209

                        #12
                        Originally posted by DracoM View Post
                        Thx for info.
                        Didn't you know where the cathedral was?
                        Or is it the fact that it might start sliding down the hill during the broadcast?



                        (PS: Yes, of course you're thanking Benjamin!)

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                        • Rolmill
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                          • Nov 2010
                          • 630

                          #13
                          Originally posted by Dave2002 View Post
                          Apparently the cathedral is currently on a hill overlooking the A3. Are there plans for it to be moved?
                          Very nice - but to be fair, listening just now via Sounds, I think the phrase actually used (though not very clearly enunciated) was "prominently located".

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                          • Magister Chori
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                            • Nov 2020
                            • 96

                            #14
                            Guildford did a splendid job, however the total amount of wrong stresses in MacMillan's Miserere is quite embarassing for a composer regarded as one of the finest in the country.
                            Last edited by Magister Chori; 16-02-24, 11:27.

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                            • Alison
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                              • Nov 2010
                              • 6431

                              #15
                              Must admit I didn’t miss Johns at all and this was refreshing for Ash Wednesday.

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