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2018-05-23

Music: Sun May 27


In recognition of the successful renewal of CUUC’s Welcoming Congregation status, works by gay composers are featured in the morning’s Centering  and Opening Music; CUUC’s house band affirms diversity and personal authenticity in song; and our own Kim Force offers one of gay Spanish poet Federico Garcia Lorca’s settings of a traditional Andalusian melody, La tarara. The song, of Medieval Arabic origins, personifies a popular regional dance (the Tarara) as a young woman. Read on for programming details.

Centering Music: Adam Kent, piano
Barcarolle, Op. 37, No. 6
                                    Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
Mouvements perpétuels
Assez modéré, Alerte
                                    Francis Poulenc

Opening Music:
Moment Musical in F Minor, Op. 94, No. 3
                                                Franz Schubert


Offertory: Elias VanDette and Kim Force, vocals: Christian Force, piano
Born This Way
                                                Stefani Germanotta & Jeppe Laursen


Reading:
Casida de las palomas oscuras (Casida of the Dark Doves)
                                    Federico Garcia Lorca

Interlude:
La tarara*
                                    Traditional Andalusian, arr. by Lorca



Special Hymn: Kim Force, soprano; Christian Force, piano; Joann Prinzivalli, guitar
True Colors*
Billy Steinberg & Tom Kelly
Performed by Kim Force, vocals / Christian Force, piano / Joann Prinzivalli, guitar

*The congregation is invited to sing along in the chorus:
I see your true colors shining through.
I see your true colors and that's why I love you.
So don't be afraid to let them show, your true colors.
True colors are beautiful like a rainbow.

Translation: La tarara

Refrain:

Tarara yes;
Tarara no;

Tarara, a girl
who has caught my eye

Tarara wears
a green dress
full of ruffles
and jingle bells

(refrain)

Tarara flaunts
her train of silk
over the brush
and the mint

(refrain)

Ah, crazy Tarara
moves her waist
for the boys
in the olive groves

(refrain)

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