All Saints' Episcopal Church
6300 North Central Avenue
Phoenix, Arizona 85012
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English choral music spans eras from Elizabeth I in the 16th Century to Elizabeth II in the 20th.

Beautiful acappella singing for single and double choirs from some of the most famous names in English choral composition.  Featuring the singers of The Arizona Masterworks Chorale and Canticum Novum Phoenix, under the direction of Scott Youngs and Don Morse.


God Save the King  (Traditional)
Audience sing-along: Five verses, with improvisations, descants, and some modern text


Songs of Farewell  (Sir C. H. H. Parry)

  • My Soul, There is a Country (Text (Henry Vaughan)
  • I Know my Soul Hath Power (Text (John Davies)
  • Never Weather-Beaten Sail (Text (Thomas Campion)
  • There Is An Old Belief (Text (John Gibson Lockhart)


Faire is the Heaven  (William Harris)
Stanzas from Edmund Spenser’s poem “An Hymne of Heavenly Beautie


Four Madrigals

  • Come Away, Sweet Love (Thomas Greaves)
  • Weep, O Mine Eyes (John Bennett)
  • Sing We at Pleasure (Thomas Weelkes)
  • The Silver Swan (Orlando Gibbons)


Three Latin Motets (Sir Charles Villiers Stanford

  • Justorum Anime
  • Coelos Ascendit Hodie
  • Beati Quorum Via


Lux Aeterna (1996)  Sir Edward Elgar, arranged for voice by John Cameron

The concluding text from the Requiem Mass set to “Nimrod,” Variation No. 9 in Elgar’s Enigma Variations for Orchestra (1899)


The program is approximately 45 minutes in length, performed without intermission.  It is subject to change without notification.

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