Music In Isolation
‘IN CHRIST ALONE’ Sung by a virtual choir a cappella (without instrumental accompaniment) performance above, with vocal arrangement by David Wesley, featuring 48 singers from 14 countries and it took 5 months to pull together.
Piano Instrumental Music for Prayer, Meditation, Deep Healing, Worship, Study, Rest, Reflection & Relaxation. Background images used in this video were from South Africa. May the peace of God which surpasses all understanding guard your heart and mind as you listen
The Royal Choral Society performed the Hallelujah Chorus from Handel’s Messiah virtually this Good Friday, continuing a Royal Albert Hall tradition that has been going for 144 years – broken only by the Blitz in 1940/1. Following the cancellation of this year’s annual performance due to Covid-19, members formed a virtual choir to allow audiences everywhere to enjoy this Easter institution. The choir invited the public to join them in singing the ‘Hallelujah Chorus’ at 4:35pm (BST) on Good Friday 10 April 2020. 82 members of the Royal Choral Society filmed themselves singing their own voice part solo in their own homes, and the videos were then stitched together, and shared as part of the Royal Albert Hall's #RoyalAlbertHome series. Conductor Richard Cooke joined from his garden, with Richard Pearce – regular organist for the Last Night of the Proms – providing accompaniment.
We have added a beautiful ‘virtual' space for prayer and contemplation, using images and music from the Taizé community. Eight different images are provided, based on events in the life of Jesus, as celebrated in the feasts of the Christian year
‘Rise Within Us – The Coming Of The Spirit’ is an uplifting song for Pentecost performed by the Soul Sanctuary Gospel Choir. It’s a ‘Sung Scripture’, which uses a well-known song as a basis, and ad lib singing of the relevant scripture in the gaps.
The creativity that our love for the Lord brings out. A remote choir provides the offertory hymn. Let's prolong that liturgy by listening and singing along!
The St Paul Young Adult Choir and Ensemble
The Schola Cantorum from ‘s-Hertogenbosch (Netherlands) have visited the Vatican to sing during several of the holy masses.
May is a month of many celebrations at the Saint-John Cathedral, where the Schola Cantorum normally sing every week. This video is especially for the people who miss going to their beloved cathedra or church. It is the Magnificat from H. Andriessen which they often sing in May.
The Prayer | Gospel Version from Soul Sanctuary Gospel Choir (Self-isolation/Virtual choir)
'Do Not be Afraid' sung by various Catholic Artists from their own home.