Matthew Arthur, my friend from down under, joins the show one last time to discuss music and it’s fall from being once written directly for God to now being written directly against Him. In this Part 3 of a 3 part series, we discuss the effects of modern music and how we can battle them in our fight to get closer to God. At the end of the show you can listen to the entire set of songs from the Medieval era to our modern one.

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Matt’s Listening List

Kevin’s Listening List

           Soundtrack – Emma (1996) Rachel Portman. Peaceful and happy music. 

             Irish Folk – The High Kings ‘Parting Glass’ I’m a sucker for Irish folk. The High Kings are good

           Sacred Music – Gregorio Allegri ‘Miserere Mei Deus’ – The song mentioned in a preview show                 where Mozart transcribed the music against the wishes of the Pope.

          Sacred Music – Samuel Barber – Agnus Dei – Modern chorale music but beautiful

Show #1: Medieval Era: Victimae Paschali – Benedicts of Mary, Queen of Apostles – Wipo of Burgundy

Agnus Dei – The Gregorian Chants Antiphon,

O quam mirabilis est – Saint Hildegard von Bingen

Renaissance Era: Du fons de ma pensee – Claude Goudimel, Michael Corboz Missa Tu es Petrus 6.

Agnus Dei I – II – Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina, Regensburger Domchor, Hans Schrems

Sing a Song of Joy – Thomas Campion, Choir of Clare College, Cambridge, Timothy Brown

Baroque Era: Concerto Grosso in F Major, Op. 6, No. 12 V. Giga Allegro – Arcangelo Corelli, American Bach Soloists, Elizabeth Wallfisch, Jeffrey Thomas, Katherine Kyme, Michael Sponseller, Tanya Tomkins Violin Concerto in E Major, RV 269 La primavera (No. 1 from II cimenta dell’armonia e dell’inventione, Op. 8)

I. Allegro – Antonio Vivaldi, Itzhak Perlman, Israel Phillharmonic Orchestra Herz und Mund und Tat und Leben, Cantata BWV 147

Jesu, Joy Of Man’s Desiring – Johann Sebastian Bach, Choir of King’s College, Cambridge, Nicholas Daniel, James Vivian, Robert Quinney, Stephen Cleobury Show #2:

Classical Era: Mozart, Eine Kleine Nachtmusik K.V. 525 Allegro – Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, The New London Soloists Ensemble, Ronald Thomas Solomon HWV 67 Act 3

The Arrival Of The Queen Of Sheba – George Frideric Handel, Academy of St. Martin in the Fields, Sir Neville Marriner

Sonata No. 23 ‘Appasionata’ in F Minor, Op. 57 III. Allegro ma non tropper – Ludwig Van Beethoven, Paul Lewis

Romantic Era: Schwanengesang, D.957 Standchen ‘Leise flehen meine Lieder’ – Franz Schubert, Mischa Maisky, Daria Hovora

Tchaikovsky The Nutcracker, Op. 71, Act 2 No. 13 Waltz of the Flowers – Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Sir Simon Rattle, Berliner Philharmoniker

Clair de Lune, L. 32 – Claude Debussy, Martin Jones

Serialism Example: Vertlarte Nacht, Op. 4 – Arnold Schoenberg, Emerson String Quartet, Paul Neubauer, Colin Carr

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