Music: Sun May 10

This morning’s solo piano selections are dedicated to the moms, sisters, daughters, and friends who let us think they did so much without trying. The CUUC Choir is on hand as well with a statement of aroused hope and renewal from the Biblical Song of Songs. Read on for programming details.

Centering Music: Adam Kent, piano
“Troubled Waters”
                                    Margaret Bonds
La Morena, Op. 67
                                    Cecile Chaminade

Opening Music:
Mazurka in G Major, Op. 6, No. 5
                                    Clara Wieck Schumann

“Scarf Dance”, Op. 37

“Billie’s Song”
Valerie Capers

Meditation: CUUC Choir directed by Lisa N. Meyer and accompanied by Georgianna Pappas
Nigra Sum*
                                    Pablo Casals
*Translation from The Song of Songs:
“I am black, but comely, daughters of Jerusalem;  the King hath rejoiced in me, the King hath brought me  into His very own chambers. He spake unto me; rise up, my fair one, and come away, my love. Lo, for the winter is past and gone, and the rain is over and gone, flow’rs  appear on the earth, and the time of renewal is come.  Alleluia.”

Music for Parting:
“Dusty, a Rag”
                                    May Aufderheide

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