Orchestra accompanying the choir of the London University Anglican chaplaincy, based at Church of Christ the King, Gordon Square, London until 1992. Sites: christtheking-ulac. Variations: Viewing All The Christ The King Orchestra.
A new choir, The University Of London Church Choir, was subsequently formed to perform at places in and around London. Alan Wilson (3) Directs The London University Church Choir And Orchestra - Music At Christ The King (LP). Not On Label (The London University Church Choir Self-released).
The Solemnity of Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the Universe, commonly referred to as the Feast of Christ the King or Christ the King Sunday, is a relatively recent addition to the Western liturgical calendar, having been instituted in 1925 by Pope Pius XI for the Roman Catholic Church. In 1970 its Roman Catholic observance was moved to the final Sunday of Ordinary Time. Therefore, the earliest date on which it can occur is 20 November and the latest is 26 November.
Choral Fanfare for Christ the King played at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton on November 23, 2014. 9. Come Now Almighty King - Choral. Published: 8 years ago. Duration: 2:23. By. I used this as a Choral Anthem on the feast of Christ the King at CTK. Download. The Mormon Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square present "Christ the Lord is Risen Today" in Lyra Davidica 1708,.
Delivering music since 1876. JW Pepper ® is your sheet music store for band, orchestra and choral music, piano sheet music, worship songs, songbooks and more. J:Worship:Choral:ChristTheKing. Church Choir Anthems for Christ the King Sunday. Church Choir Anthems for Christ the King Sunday (35).
Many such hymns are old/traditional - but where possible a variety of styles, genres are included.
Jesus is king, but not the kind of king we imagine or expect. He was certainly not the kind of king Pilate feared he might be. Jesus refers to a kingdom that does not belong to this world. This has been mentioned earlier in John’s Gospel. Recall that in his prayer during the Last Supper discourse (see John 17:6-18), Jesus prayed for his disciples who are in the world but do not belong to the world. Yet like Jesus, they are sent into the world for the world’s salvation. Understanding today’s feast of Christ the King may be particularly challenging. While most of us do not have direct experience with kings or royalty, we have a sense of who they are. We know that royalty have sovereignty over their kingdoms. We know that those who are subjects to royalty offer them allegiance and honor. To understand how Christ is our king, we extend and magnify what we know to be true of the best of human royalty.
|A1||Come Holy Ghost|
|A4||Responsorial Psalm 117|
|A5||O Gladsome Night|
|A6||Bless The Lord|
|A9||Sequence For Whitsunday|
|B1||Glory And Honour|
|B4||Great And Wonderful|
|B5||A Psalm For Baptism|
|B7||The Song Of Christ's Glory|
|B9||Hymn - 'Jesus Christ Is Risen Today'|