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Appalachian Winter


Dec 10, 2017
07:00 PM


Join the Trinity Presbyterian Church Cancel Choir in their presentation of Joseph Martin's Appalachian Winter. Composed in the spirit of folk music, Joseph Martin's cantata combines traditional sounds with more rustic elements creating a blend that is fresh and pleasing. Popular American carols such as Away In a Manger and O Little Town of Bethlehem dance with traditional spirituals such as Children, Go Where I Send Thee and Go, Tell It on the Mountain. Sacred Harp tunes are re-tooled for Advent and stand alongside new versions of Shaker hymns and Appalachian melodies. 

This sixty-minute work is filled with joyful songs of the season as well as introspective readings between each movement. The evening will close with a reflective piece entitled “Peace, Peace,” in which the congregation will sing the familiar Silent Night in collaboration with the choir’s part. As we take an inward look at the wonderful things that God has given us throughout the year, we invite you to celebrate those thoughts and feelings through the musical tidings presented by the choir this evening. From seasonal songs that lift our spirits to the peaceful carols in retrospect of past times, this great collection of music resonates through the warmth of God’s grace. It is with great pleasure that we present to you the Trinity Presbyterian Church Choir, joined by some of Tulsa’s finest musicians, in our presentation of Appalachian Winter on Sunday evening, December 10th, at 7 P.M.

For more information, please visit, email or call Erik Collins, Director of Music, 918.369.3690.




View map Trinity Presbyterian Church
9303 E. 111th St. S.
Bixby, OK

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