Session Title

A Performance of the York Feast of Saint Cecilia

Sponsoring Organization(s)

Gregorian Institute of Canada / L'Institut Grégorien du Canada

Organizer Name

William Renwick

Organizer Affiliation

McMaster Univ./Gregorian Institute of Canada

Presider Name

William Renwick

Paper Title 1

Performers

Presenter 1 Name

James Renwick; Brandon Wild

Presenter 1 Affiliation

Univ. of Toronto; McMaster Univ.

Paper Title 2

Performers

Presenter 2 Name

Peter Goodrich; Martin Quesnel

Presenter 2 Affiliation

Gregorian Institute of Canada; Gregorian Institute of Canada

Paper Title 3

Performers

Presenter 3 Name

Lorie Callander; John-Mark Missio

Presenter 3 Affiliation

Gregorian Institute of Canada; St. Augustine's Seminary

Paper Title 4

Performers

Presenter 4 Name

Vicky Chen; Patricia Maynes

Presenter 4 Affiliation

Gregorian Institute of Canada; Gregorian Institute of Canada

Paper Title 5

Performers

Presenter 5 Name

Innocent Smith OP; Elaine Stirling

Presenter 5 Affiliation

Gregorian Institute of Canada; Gregorian Institute of Canada

Paper Title 6

Performers

Presenter 6 Name

Islay-May Renwick; Josette Blais-Jol

Presenter 6 Affiliation

Gregorian Institute of Canada; Gregorian Institute of Canada

Start Date

11-5-2018 3:30 PM

Session Location

Kanley Chapel

Description

Saint Cecilia is known as the patron saint of musicians, for while musical instruments played she sang in her heart to the Lord. With her musical spirit in mind, we present a recounting of the passion of St. Cecilia in story and in song: the first modern performance of the music from the York Feast of Saint Cecilia, with text and music newly transcribed from Lambeth Palace Library Sion College Ms L-1 by Brandon Wild, Gregorian Institute of Canada.

William Renwick

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May 11th, 3:30 PM

A Performance of the York Feast of Saint Cecilia

Kanley Chapel

Saint Cecilia is known as the patron saint of musicians, for while musical instruments played she sang in her heart to the Lord. With her musical spirit in mind, we present a recounting of the passion of St. Cecilia in story and in song: the first modern performance of the music from the York Feast of Saint Cecilia, with text and music newly transcribed from Lambeth Palace Library Sion College Ms L-1 by Brandon Wild, Gregorian Institute of Canada.

William Renwick