Welcome to Julianne Woods’ Website

 

Welcome to my website. I would like to share with you my love of sacred music.

While my principal instruments are voice and piano, I also enjoy playing the harp, organ and concertina. I compose and arrange sacred music.

I taught music at the Royal School, Cavan from 2003 until 2014. I am currently a music teacher at Heywood Community School, Ballinakill, Co Laois where I direct the music for school liturgies. I am a member of the Kildare and Leighlin Diocesan Choir and the Carlow Cathedral Choir. I perform at weddings and other liturgies. I was responsible for sacred music ministry at the Pontifical Irish College, Rome during their summer pilgrimage programme from 2006 until 2015. I have collaborated with Fr Liam Lawton in animating retreats for music ministers in 2012, 2014 and 2016 at the Irish College, Rome and led the liturgical music on pilgrimages to Lourdes, Knock and Rome.

I hope that you enjoy exploring the wonderful world of sacred music with me.

Copyright Julianne Woods

Voice of an Angel (Lawton)

Voice of an angel

Composed by Liam Lawton

Sung by Julianne Woods

Accompanied by Maria Quinn on piano

The Hiding Place -Mo Ghrá Thu a Thiarna (Lawton)

The Hiding place / Mo ghrá thu a thiarna Composed by Liam Lawton Sung by Julianne Woods Accompanied by Maria Quinn on piano.

 

A Hymn of Hope – The Clouds Veil


Holy Spirit, Living Breath of God

Holy Spirit, Living Breath of God, written by Keith and Kristyn Getty and performed by Julianne Woods and Marian Gaynor accompanied by Gillian Daly. Pentecost, 2020.

Veni Sancte Spiritus – Gillian Daly & Julianne Woods

Father into your hands I commend my spirit

Father into your hands I commend by spirit (psalm 30) sung by Juliane Woods during the liturgy of the Lord’s Passion at Carlow Cathedral on Good Friday, 2020.

Stay With Me – Good Friday 2020

Stay with me perfprmed by Julianne Woods during the Passion of the Lord at Carlow Cathedral on Good Friday 2020

Our Blessing Cup – Tony Alonso

 

Our Blessing Cup composed by Tony Alonso and performed by Julianne Wooods accompanied by Ailbhe Kehoe during the Mass of the Lord’s Supper, Holy Thursday 2020 at Carlow Cathedral

Tantum Ergo

Tantum Ergo is the incipit of Pange lingua, a hymn written by St Thomas Aquinas in c.1264.
It is an Eucharistic Hymn frequently sang at Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament.
Sung by Julianne Woods on Holy Thursday, 2020 at Carlow Cathedral.

The Lord Hears the Cry of the Poor – Lawton

The Lord Hears the Cry of the Poor – Psalm 34
Composed by Liam Lawton
Sung by Julianne Woods