Repertoire 2012 to 2013

Fall 2013, “Music of the Galant Masters: Leonardo Leo and Friends”

Dixit Dominus (1775)…………………..Baldassare Galuppi( 1706-1785)

Editor, David Larson

Psalm 110

Dixit Dominus

Juravit Dominus

Judicabit in nationibus

Women of the Midwest Motet Society

Gloria (undated)………………………….Guiseppe Carcani (1703-1779)

Editor, David Larson

Gloria

4. Gratias agimus tibi

6. Domine Fili, unigenite

8. Quoniam tu solus sanctus

9. Cum sancto Spiritu

Organ-Continuo, Benjamin Amenta, Chief Accompanist, MMS

and Church Musician and Choir Master, St. Paul Episcopal Church, Munster, Indiana

Messa Completa A Quattro Voci Piena (1744)……Leonardo Leo (1694-1744)

Editor, Thomas J. Tropp

Modern Premiere

Kyrie

1. Kyrie eleison

2. Christe eleison

3. Kyrie eleison

Gloria

4. Gloria in excelsis Deo

5. Qui tollis peccata mundi

6. Amen

Credo

7. Credo in unum Deum

8. Et incarnates est

10. Et Resurrexit

Organ-Continuo, Mark Downey, Music Director of the Church of the Holy Family

Spring 2013, “An Operetta Pastiche: “From Yum Yum to Buttercup—and Everyone In Between”

Our Dramatic Programme

No One’s Perfect, Allan Sherman (1924-1973)

Kari Coventry Smith and Julie Martin, solos

*Three Little Maids from School, W.S Gilbert (1836-1911) & Arthur Sullivan (1842-1900),

Mikado, Christie Buralli, Ellen Devine and Elaine Slawinski, solos

*Tripping Hither, tripping thither, Gilbert & Sullivan,

Iolanthe, Kari Coventry Smith, solo

*Sing A Merry Madrigal, Gilbert &Sullivan,

Mikado

I Dreamt that I Dwelt in Marble Halls, Michael Balfe (1808-1870),

Bohemian Girl, Marie Grass Amenta, solo

Moonbeams, Victor Herbert (1859-1924)

A Serenade, Julie Martin, solo

A Wandering Minstrel I, Gilbert &Sullivan,

Mikado , Solo Emile Augstine

Love is A Plaintive Song, Gilbert & Sullivan,

Patience, Kari Coventry Smith, solo

Were I Thy Bride, Gilbert & Sullivan,

Yeomen of the Guard, Ruth Hansen, solo

**Dance A Cachucha, fandango, bolero, Gilbert & Sullivan,

The Gondoliers

Drinking Song, Sigmund Romberg, (1887-1951)

The Student Prince

Take a Pair of Sparkling Eyes, Gilbert & Sullivan,

The Gondoliers, Emile Augustine, solo

**Mi-ya sa-ma, Gilbert & Suliivan,

Mikado, Ruth Hansen & Russell Hansen, solos (understudy– CA3)

I Am the Monarch of the Sea, Gilbert & Sullivan,

HMS Pinafore, Bill wesender, solo

**The World is But a Broken Toy, Gilbert &Sullivan,

Princess Ida, Christie Buralli and Ellen Devine, solos

I am the Very Model of a Modern Major-General, Gilbert & Sullivan,

Pirates of Penzance, Russell Hansen, solo

(understudy–EAS)

Indian Summer, Victor Herbert,

Christie Buralli, solo

I’m Called Little Buttercup, Gilbert &Sullivan,

HMS Pinafore, Althea hopp, solo

Merry Widow Waltz, Franz Lehár, (1870-1948)

The Merry Widow, Ellen Devine, solo

*Staging by Cynthia Westerman, MMS Member-Director

** Staging by Marie Grass Amenta, MMS Founder and Music Director

Fall 2012, “Sacred Songs from Sacred Places: Motets of William Byrd, Salamon Rossi and Claudio Monteverdi”

Salamon Rossi (c.1570-c.1630)

Barekhu (SAT)

Elohim Hashivenu (SATB)

Keter (SATB)

Claudio Monteverdi (1567-1643)

Lauda Sion (SSA)

Christe, Adoramus te (SSATB)

William Byrd (1543-1623)

*Non nobis Domine (4 part)

*Ave Verum (SATB)

*Justorum animae (SSATB)

Lord, in Thy Rage (SAT)

O Lord, My God (SATB)

*Mark Downey, MMS Member-Conductor

Spring 2012, “From Venice to Vienna: Music from the Salon”

*Fa Una Canzona……….Orazio Vecchi (1550-1605)

*Dolcissimo ben mio……….O. Vecchi

*Io Soffrirò Cor Mio…………O.Vecchi

*So Ben Mi Ch’à Bon tempo……………. O.Vecchi

Amor vittorioso……………………….Giovanni Giacomo Gastoldi (c. 1550-1622)

Matona, Mia Cara…………………….Orlando Di Lasso (1532-1594)

Scaldava il sol……………………………Luca Marenzio (1553/4-1599)

Moro lasso……………………………….Don Carlo Gesualdo (1560-1613)

Die Beredsamkeit……………………Franz Joseph Haydn (1732-1809)

Die Harmonie in der Ehe…………F.J. Haydn

Hirtenlied………………………………Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (1809-1847)

Lob des Frühlings………………….F. Mendelssohn-Bartholdy

Da unten im Tale…………………..Johannes Brahms (1833-1897)

Erlaube Mir………………………………J. Brahms

Der Tanz…………………………………Franz Schubert (1797-1828)

Lebenslust………………………………F. Schubert

And Die Sonne………………………..F. Schubert

*Benjamin Amenta, MMS Member-Conductor