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choir pageThe TLC choir sings during the 11 am worship service. Music for the service comes from a widely diverse repertoire of many centuries and music traditions.

From time to time during the year, the choir presents special music taken from great choral masterworks of the past several centuries.

The choir practices on the Sundays they sing (usually twice a month) at 10 am in the sanctuary.  Additional rehearsals are scheduled for special music presentations throughout the church year on Wednesday evenings from 6:30 – 7:45pm). We are able to include singers who can participate occasionally, along with our core of regularly attending members. Everyone is very welcome!

Contact Horace Beasley, Director of Music in person at worship, by email: hbeasley1@gmail.com or by calling the Church Office (212) 222-7045.

December 2009 Christmas Selections

Lo How a Rose is blooming:
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While By My Sheep I watched at Night:
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Mary Had a Baby:
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October 2009 Selections

Salvation is Created (to be rerecorded):
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When Jesus Wept (to be rerecorded):
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2009 Lenten Offerings by JS Bach
From the B Minor Mass

Kyrie Eleison:
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Qui Tollis:
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From the St. John’s Passion

O Wondrous Love:
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Thy Will Be Done:
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O Mighty King:
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If you enjoy what you hear, please visit Trinity Lutheran Church, 100th & Amsterdam, New York City where you may hear us in person, or better yet, come and sing with us!

organOur organ was built in 1909 by the Hutchings Organ Company of Boston MA.

The instrument was installed in the gallery with a neo-gothic façade and has three manuals and pedal with 36 stops and electro-pneumatic action.
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Since 2007 the organ is under the care of Konzelman Pipe Organs of Hoboken NJ.
Our Organ Curator and Organist is Mr. Peter Adrian




Choir Organ
(Manual I)
    8’ Diapason                    4’ Rohr Flute
    8’ Melodia                      2’ Piccolo
    8’ Dulciana                     8’ Clarinet
    8’ Unda Maris (TC)        Tremolo

Great Organ (Manual II)
    8’ Diapason                    4’ Octave
    8’ Bourdon                     4’ Harmonic Flute
    8’ Gamba                       8’ Trumpet
    8’ Gemshorn

Swell Organ (Manual III)
    16’ Bourdon                   2 2/3’ Nazard
    8’ Diapason                    2’ Octave
    8’ Stopped Diapason      Mixture III
    8’ Viole d’Orchestra       8’ Cornopean    
    8’ Voix Celestis (TC)     8’ Oboe
    4’ Principal                    8’ Vox Humana
    4’ Traverse Flute           Tremolo

Pedal Organ
    16’ Open Wood             8’ Dolce Flute (from Bourdon)
    16’ Violone                   8’ Cello (from Violone)
    16’ Bourdon                 4’ Bourdon (from Violone)
     8’ Bass Flute (from Open Wood)

In Preparation:
Solid State Combination Action with 100 levels

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