2017 Concert: Alleluia! Music of the Masters

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Knoxville Handel Society will present Alleluia! Music of the Masters on November 12 at 4:00 PM at James R. Cox Auditorium, Alumni Hall, on the University of Tennessee campus. You are invited to experience an exuberant collaboration of choir, orchestra and pipe organ, performing well-loved masterworks by classical composers. This singular opportunity features the Knoxville Handel Society choir, 32-piece orchestra and the magnificent James R. Cox Auditorium organ. Brenda Goslee is the featured organist.

Perhaps you were present at the inaugural concert of Knoxville Handel Society, Messiah Parts II and III at the Tennessee Theatre on April 2; or this may be your first exposure to our multi-generational community chorus.

Alleluia! Music of Masters | November 12, 2017. |. 4:00 PM, James R. Cox Auditorium, Alumni Hall

Our vocalists represent the 5-county Knoxville metropolitan area. We share a mutual love for classical choral music. Today our program features masterworks from Bizet, Brahms, Beethoven, Franck, Holst, Mozart and others.

Knoxville Handel Society is a multi-generational community choral organization, established in 2016 for the enjoyment and performance of classical masterworks and to promote the Choral Art.

Alleluia! Music of the Masters | Don King – Conductor, Brenda Goslee – Organist

1. Christ the Lord is Risen Today—Eric Thiman
2. Christ the Lord is Risen Today—John Rutter
3. Gloria in Excelsis Deo—W. A. Mozart
4. Holy Art Thou (from Xerxes)—G. F. Handel
5. Salvation is Created—Paul Tschesnokoff
6. O Lord, Most Merciful (Panis Angelicus)—Cesar Franck, Seth Tinsley – Tenor
7. For the Beauty of the Earth—John Rutter
8. Psalm 148—Gustav Holst
9. Old Hundredth Psalm Tune
10. Hallelujah Chorus (from Mount of Olives)—Ludwig van Beethoven
11. Oh, Divine Redeemer—Charles Gounod, Rebecca Price – Mezzo Soprano
12. Lamb of God—Georges Bizet, Seth Tinsley – Tenor
13. Alleluia—Randall Thompson
14. How Lovely is Thy Dwelling Place—Johannes Brahms
15. Alleluia—W. A. Mozart, Jami Rogers-Anderson, Soprano

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