The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903, March 29, 1902, Page 9, Image 9
THE COURIER 9 & as. .. r :4S& ? lift 21 if ''I jttustr for lEaHier 3ln Ctoiniln CiwrtipB The Easter music for the Lincoln churches has been prepared with more than the usual care this year, an8 elaborate programs will be given In the principal churches. At the First Congregational church the important music will be selections from the Messiah given at the morn ing service. At the First Presbyterian church the principal music will be a beautiful can tata sung at the evening service. At the First Baptist and others there will be special music at both services. Grace Methodist Episcopal- church, Reverend P. P. Carroll. The Easter morning service will be In the usual order. - The evening service at haf-after seven o'clock will be In charge of the Sunday school and will consist prin cipally of exercises by the primary de partment. Recitations with piano ac companiment, songs by the boy choir and quartet, and tableaux will be given. The following anthems will be rendered by the choir: "The Strife is O'er," Ashford. "Our Easter Prayer," Lorenz. "Lift Up Your Heads," Herbert. St. Paul's German Evangelical chufch. Thirteenth and F streets, Rev erend H. S. Felx, pastor. ' Prelude "Hoch thut euchlauf," Handel. Choir "I am the Resurrection and the Llfe.'by J. S. Fearls. Male Choir "Consecration," by Llnzen dorf. Duet "Arise! Arise!" by Handel, Mrs. Ida Jensen, soprano. Miss Amanda Hep pner, alto. Male Quartet "Osterglockcn," by Erich Lech, A. Urbahn, F. Wagner, S. Thorn sen, Fred Funke. Solo "Alleluia! Christ Is Risen," by Harry Rowe Shelley. Postlude Halleluja chorus, by Han del. Mrs. J. H. Wlttmann. organist. w c ? First Presbyterian Church Easter Day services. MORNING. Voluntary Pilgrim's Chorus, Wagner Eddy. Doxology. Hymn 244. Scripture Lesson. Anthem "As It Began to Dawn," Schnecker. Prayer. ' Duet "Magdalene," Warren. Offertory Violin solo, "Legende," WIenlawskl. Sermon "The-Qhrlstlan's Hope," Reve rend D. E. Jenkins, D. D. Solo "Hosanna," Granler. Postlude Marche Triumphale, Tom bales. EVENING. Voluntary "Andante con moto," Mer kel. Hymn SO. Scripture Lesson. Prayer. Offertory Violin solo, "Cavatlna." Raff. Address "The Easter Fact," Dr. Jen kins. Cantata "The Resurrection," Charles Fonteyn Manney. Prelude. Part First The Empty Tomb. Part Second Mary Magdalene. Finale. Mrs. R. A. Holyoke, soprano. Mrs. E. Lewis Baker, contralto. Mr. George Johnston, tenor. Mr Carl Frohlich. bass. Miss Mabel Woodbury, violin. Miss Ina Ensign, violin. Miss Lucy Haywood, organist. it Easter Services Church of the Holy Trinity, Twelfth and J street, Rev. Fran cis W. Eason, rector. 6:30 a. m. Celebration of the Holy Com munion. 10:30 a. m. Matins, sermon and Holy Conuraunlon. r .Opening Voluntary "Rhapsodle," Saint Saens. Processional Hymn No. 112 "Jesus Christ Is Risen Today," Morgan In D. ' Easter Anthem "Christ Our Passover," Chappel in D. Proper Psalms Nos. 2, 57, Rl Bennett in F. Te Deum Lloyd's Festival in E flat. Jubilate Deo Kevin in G. Introlt Hymn Ko. -118 "At the Lamb's High Feast We Sing." Elvcy In G. Kyric Elvey in A. 'Gloria Tlbl Anon in A. " Hallelujah Chorus from Handel's Mcs sla. Congregation standing. , Hymn before Sermon, Ko. 121 "The Strife Is O'er," Palestrlna Jn E. Offertory Anthems (a) "Awake Thou That Sleepest," Caleb Simper, (b) "He is -Risen,"- Caleb Simper. Presentation of Alms Doxology In G. Sursum'Corda GarrCtLin F. Sanctus Garrett in F. Hymn before receiving. Ko. 220 "Draw KIgh and Take the Body of the Lord," Brown in G. Hymns during Communion (a) 228, "And Now O Father," Monk in D. (b) 231, "I am Kot Worthy," Dykes in A flat. Gloria in.ExcelsIs Old chant in G. During Ablutions "Kunc Dlmlttis." Spohr In A flat. Recessional Hymn Ko. 5C9 "Christ is Risen," Keander In C. Postlude March, Collins. 4:00 p. m. Children's festival service. Opening Voluntary OlTertoIre, Collins. Processional Hymn Ko. 217 "Jesus, Christ is Risen Today." Carol 567 "Shine O Sun." Carol 328 "Glory to the Blessed Jesus." Carol 579 "Let the Merry Church Bells Ring." Offertory Anthem "He is Risen." Caleb Simper. Recessional Hymn Ko. 3 "Christ Is Risen." Postlude. The above numbers arc from the Sun day School Hymnal. Low Sunday (the octave of Easter) April 6. 9:30 a. m. Sunday School session. 11:00 a. m. Holy Communion and Ser mon. The music of this service will be the same as that used for the Holy Com munion service on Easter day. At this service the sacred rite of Con firmation will be administered by Right Rev. Arthur L. Williams. Bishop Coad jutor of the Diocese of Kebraska. 7:30 p. m. Full choral evensong. Opening Voluntary. Processional Hymn Ko. 113 "Christ Is Risen," Sullivan In A. Proper Psalms Nos. 113, 111, US Allen in A. Magnificent and Kunc Dlmlttis Stain er's Festival In B flat. Hymn before sermon, Ko. 122 "Jesus Lives." Gauntlctt In C. Offertory Anthem "Jesus Lives," Spin ney in D. Presentation of Alms Doxology In G. Hallelujah chorus from Handel's Mes siah, all standing. Recessional Hymn Ko. 516 "Onward Christian Soldiers," Barrington In II flat. Concluding Voluntary. Organist Miss Stella Rice. Choirmaster H. J. W. Seamark. T n? s? The choir of the First Congregational will give selections from "The Messiah" at the Easter morning service. A chor us of fifty voices accompanied by strings and organ will sing. The solo ists will be soprano, Mrs. Joseph Grainger; alto. Miss Cutter; tenor, Mr. Carder; baritone, Mr. Kettering; bass, Mr. Hubbard. The string quintet consists of Mr. Hagenow, Mr. Mudra, Miss Ensign, Miss Elche and Mr. Bak er. Mrs. Raymond, organist and di rector. The selections will be: PART I. Tenor Solo "Comfort Ye My People." Chorus "And the Glory of the Lord." Alto and Soprano Solos (a) "Then Shall the Eyes of the Blind." (b) "He Shall Feed His Flock." (c) "Come Unto Him." PART II. Alto Solo "He was Dlsplsed." Tenor Solos (a) "Thy Rebuke Hath Broken His Heart." (b) "Behold, and See If There Be Any Sorrow." (c) "He was Cut off Out of the Land of the Liv ing." (d) "But Thou Didst not Leave His Soul." Chorus "Hallelujah." PART III. Soprano Solo "I Know That My Re deemer Llveth." Quartet and Chorus (a) "Since by Man Came Death." (b) "By Man Came Also the Resurrection." (c) "For as in Adam All Die." (d) "Even so in Christ Shall All be Made Alive." Baritone Solo (a) "Behold! I Tell You a Mystery." (b) "The Trumpet Shall Sound." Chorus "Worthy is the Lamb That was Slain." Soprano Mrs. Grainger. Alto Miss Cutter. Tenor Mr. Carder. Baritone Mr. Kettering. Bass Mr. Hubbard. String Quintet Mr. Hngcnow. Mr. Mudra, Miss Ensign. Miss Elche. Mr. Baker. Organist Mrs. Raymond. fv "tv TV St. Theresa's Pro-Cathedral Morning: Organ Prelude "Jesus Christ Is Risen Today," Arr. by W. D. Armstrong. Mass In D Major by Pavlo La Villa. Vcnl Creator Rosewlg. Offertory "Regina Coell," Lamblllottc. Organ Postlude "Hallelujah Chorus." Handel, Miss Sydney Murphy, organist. Pontifical High Mass will bo said by Bishop Bonacum at this service. In the evening a sacred concert will bo given. PROGRAM. Organ "Festborstlel," Lciberg. Solo "In Verdure Clad." Hayden. Miss Lillian Dobbs. Duet "O Saultaris." Millard, Messrs. Gerkc and Walters. Chorus "Father O Hear Us."PaImcr. Solo "And God Shnll Wipe Away All Tears." Sullivan. Mr. G. II. Wulters. Orchestra "Calvary," Rodney. Double Quartet "Regina Coell," Lam bllotte. Solo "Angels Rolled the Rock Away," llawlcy. Miss Sarah Mullen. Male Quartet "Gloria In Excelsls," Wood. Messrs. Kichol. Gerke, Parks. Walters. Organ "Hymn a St. Cecelia," Gounod. Chorus "Zion Awake," Costa. Solo "Hear Us, O Father." Danks. Mr. D. W. Kichol. Chorus "Gloria." Lnvilla's Third Mass in D, Miss Sydney Murphy, organist. " Easter program. All Soul's (Unitarian) church. Rev. J. Lewis Marsh, pastor: Voluntary Pilgrim's Chorus, Wagner. Opening Chant Venlte, Dunham. Hymn KIcea. Responsive Service. Lord's Prayer Choir. " Hymn. Prayer. Response Choir. Scripture. Quartette "Awake Glad Soul." Schuecker. Offertory 'Cello solo, Mr. Steckelberg. Announcements. Sermon "The Resurrection Miracle." Quartet "The Magdalene," Warren. Hymn. The quartette is composed of Mrs. Gould, soprano; Mrs. Butler, alto; Mr. Boostrora, tenor; Mr. Clayton Hadley, bass. Miss Edith Burltngim, accompan ist. Easter Program at Grace Lutheran church. Fourteenth and F streets. Rev erend Luther P. Ludden, pastor. Organ Voluntary. Opening service Book of Worship. Scriptural less. Epistle I, Cor., v. 6-8. Solo "'The Palm Leaves," J. Faure: Miss Pearl L. Rotruck. Scripture lesson. Gospel Mark 16. 1-9. "The Happy Morn Is Come," Friedrich Schneider; the choir. Prayer. f"f"f"Hr2r tWaf"r j: c.-s9Hi hzMLim' m fwTkrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrHrrrH LibttTKHKht' mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm1mmm Market of the Farmers' Meat Co., 226 North, Tenth street. J. W. Wolfe, proprietor.