Chesterton said, “The Christian ideal has not been tried and found wanting. It has been found difficult; and left untried.”

REMINDER - SATURDAY 26TH FEBRUARY - NEXT CONCERT!

  THIS CONCERT IS NOW CANCELLED, 
  MORE IN A LATER POST.  
The next concert in the series "Saint John's Concerts", in aid of the Hospice, will be given by Schola Baptista, a group founded and run by a knight of Malta, on Saturday 26th February at 7.30 in the evening.
The concert's title is MUSIC FOR SAINT JOHN, and concentrates upon music written for the Order of Saint John during its life in Cyprus, Rhodes and Malta.  The programme will include:

EARLY CENTURIES OF THE KNIGHTS
INFLUENCE ON WESTERN MUSIC


Crusader Kyriale
Chant/Lassus – Ut Queant Laxis
Franco of Cologne or a Franconian Motet
Titelouse – Versets on Ut Queant Laxis (organ)


INSPIRATION OF KNIGHTS' PATRON
Palestrina – Fuit Homo
Ingegneri – Inter Natos
Gallus – Elizabeth Vero Impletum
Palestrina – Misso Herodes Spiculatore
Mozart – Inter Natos


Azzopardi – Pastorale (organ)


THE KNIGHTS ON MALTA
Falusi – Responsory
Isouard – Salve Regina
Grech Sonata (organ)


SUPREMACY OF THE KNIGHTS
Infantas – Cantate Domino (Canticle of Moses)


Anthem of the Order


Entry is by donation for a Programme on the door, suggested at £15.
Refreshments will be served in the interval, for which a modest contribution is also requested.