Music: Sun Jun 10

R.E. Sunday is celebrated in a wide range of musical selections. The Centering Music starts with works by J.S. Bach composed as teaching pieces for his own family. Brazilian composer Octavio Pinto’s charming Scenas Infantis (Scenes of Children) is an adult’s reminiscence of a child’s musical impressions.

Elsewhere, hits from last month’s Variety Show are featured, along with a newly composed song by our own Ashley Smith.

Read on for programming details.

Centering Music: Adam Kent, piano
Musette in D from Notebook for Anna Magdalena Bach
Two-Part Invention No. 1 in C Major
                                    J. S. Bach
Scenas Infantis
            Run, run!
            Ring Around the Rosy
            March, Little Soldier
            Sleeping Time
            The Hobby-Horse
                                                Octavio Pinto

Processional: Rev. Meredith, recorder; Christian Force, trombone; Spencer Mann, percussion; Kim Force, vocals
When the Kids Go Marching In

                                                 Written and performed by Ashley Smith

The Children’s Choir prepared by Irene Cox
Rise and Shine (Arky, Arky)
It’s a Small World
                                                             Richard M. and Robert B. Sherman

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