Psalms

Psalm 21 My God My God
Composed by Liam Lawton
Sung by Julianne Woods at the Pontifical Irish College Rome on Palm Sunday 14th April, 2019.
Accompanied by Fabiola on organ.

Psalm 116 Our Blessing Cup written by Tony Alonso & Michael Mahler
Sung on Holy Thursday 18 April, 2019 by Julianne Woods and the Carlow Cathedral Choir, accompanied by Marian Gaynor on piano and Frank O Donnell on organ

Psalm 51 “Be Merciful O Lord” (Stephen Pishner)

Soloist Julianne Woods

Carlow Cathedral choir

Accompanied by Frank O Donnell on organ

First Sunday of Lent (10 March) 2019

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Psalm 138
IN THE SIGHT OF THE ANGELS
Composed by Steven Warner
Sung by Julianne Woods
Accompanied by Frank O Donnell on organ
Carlow Cathedral choir
Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time – C
10 February 2019

Send Forth Your Spirit (based on Psalm 103) composed by Liam Lawton and sung by Julianne Woods and the Carlow Cathedral Choir during Mass on Pentecost Sunday (20 May) 2018.

Easter Alleluia Psalm (Psalm 117) sung by Julianne Woods and Carlow Cathedral Choir on the Second Sunday of Easter, 23 April, 2017

Notre Dame de ParisFeast of St Patrick 2013

Notre Dame de Paris
Feast of St Patrick 2013

The Lord is my light

Mo ghra thu a Thiarna

I will sing to the Lord

Sé an Tiarna Maoire

Let us see O Lord your Mercy and give your saving help (Psalm 84) Woods

The Martyr’s Theme – I rejoiced (Psalm 121)

Let the Lord Enter (Psalm 24)

The Lord is kind and merciful (Psalm 103) 

Be Merciful O Lord (Psalm 51)

Go out to all the world (Psalm 117)

Father into your hands (Psalm 31)

Shepherd me O God

Bless the Lord My Soul (Psalm 146)

Teach me, O God (Psalm 119) Walker

The Lord is my Shepherd (Psalm 22) Woods

Full us with your love O Lord and we will sing for joy (Psalm 90) Hurd

The Lord will bless all people with peace – Psalm 29 (Haas)

I will sing (Psalm 71) Hass

Be with me Lord (Psalm 91) Haugen

Psalm 64 (Haugen) Let All the Earth Sing out with Joy to the Lord Psalm for the Sixth Sunday of Easter (C)

Psalm 47 God Mounts His Throne (Inwood) Composed by Paul Inwood, sung by Carlow Cathedral choir with soloist Julianne Woods. Broadcast by RTE Radio Extra on the feast of the Ascension, 2016.

O Lord – You are Good and Forgiving (Psalm 85) Composed by Julianne Woods, verses sung by Julianne Woods in Pontifical Irish College chapel of All Saints of Ireland. 13/07/2016. Choir: participants of music ministers retreat in Rome Italy 2016 conducted by Fr Liam Lawton and accompanied by Maeve Lyons on piano and Justyna Lotjek Czerny on flute.

All the Ends of the Earth (Psalm 98) Composed by David Haas/ Marty Haughen, sung by Carlow Cathedral choir on the 28th Sunday of the Year (C). 9 September 2016. Soloist- Julianne Woods, accompanied by Marian Gaynor on piano.

Our Help Comes from the Lord (Psalm 121) composed by Michael Joncas and sung by Julianne Woods during Sunday Eucharist on 29th Sunday of the Year (C) 16 October 2016, at the Cathedral of the Assumption, Carlow.

I will praise your name my King and my God‘ (Psalm 145) composed by David Haas and sung by Julianne Woods accompanied by Marian Gaynor and the Carlow Cathedral Choir on the 31st Sunday in Ordinary Time (30 October, 2016).

Let us go rejoicing (Psalm 122) composed by Michael Joncas and performed by Julianne Woods and the members of Carlow Cathedral Choir on the Feast of Christ the King (20 December, 2016).

Psalm 25, To you O Lord I lift up my soul (based on Veni Veni Emmanuel) composed by Stephen Pishner and sung by Julianne Woods accompanied by the Carlow Cathedral choir on the Second Sunday of Advent (4 December, 2016).

Psalm 40 Here I am Lord- Lord come to my aid arranged by Rory Cooney and sung by Julianne Woods and the Carlow Cathedral Choir on the Second Sunday in Ordinary Time, 15 January 2017

 

 

 

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