Cantate with Lyn Bauman
The Psalms – Program 024
In this program, Lynn Bauman shares different arrangements of psalms in music covering a wide range of styles from Gregorian Chant to compositions by Leonard Bernstein.
A Continuation of Music for Easter – Program 023
In this program; Lynn Bauman presents more music with the theme of Easter. He shares music ranging from “Now the Green Blade Riseth”; an Easter adaptation of the traditional Christmas Hymn Noel Nouvelet to selections of Handel’s “Messiah”.
Music for Easter – Program 022
In this program, Lynn Bauman shares some of the wonderful music in celebration of Christ’s rising from the dead on Easter Sunday.
Music of the Celebration of Holy Week – Program 021
As we approach Holy Week and the Holy Truduum; Lynn Bauman shares some of the music that accompanies the special celebrations and services that make up this holy time.
Meditations on the Stations of the Cross – Program 020
In this program, Lynn Bauman presents the entire stations of the Cross composed by Franz Liszt at well as settings of from Marcel Dupre’s Stations of the Cross written for organ solo. You can view the full transcript by clicking here.
Music for Ash Wednesday and Lent – Program 019
In this program, Lynn presents music for Ash Wednesday and the beginning of Lent. He begins the program with “Lord, Who Throughout these Forty Days” and then presents various pieces from Bach to David Haas. You can view the full transcript by clicking here.
Music for the Sacrament of Marriage – Program 018
This week, with Valentine’s Day around the corner, Lynn presents music appropriate for the Sacrament of Marriage. He tried to find music that you would not usually hear but would still fit well in the celebration of the sacrament. You can view the full transcript by clicking here.
Westminster Cathedral in London – Program 017
In this program, Lynn takes a look at some of the performances of the choirs of Westminster Cathedral in London. The Westminster Cathedral choir is considered one of the best choirs in the world and has a long history of rich liturgical music. You can view the full transcript by clicking here.