Jeshua, Kadosh Kadosh Kadosh (Jesus, Holy Holy Holy)

Jeshua, Kadosh Kadosh Kadosh (Jesus, Holy Holy Holy) illustrates the history of choral writing from Medieval, Baroque, Classical, Korean traditional, Romantic, funky jazz to Contemporary styles in the structure of the biblical model of worship in Isaiah 6. The structure of the entire program of the concert, which is derived from the liturgy for worship based on the model of Isaiah’s response to God’s Revelation in Isaiah 6, consists of a prelude, eight movements, and a postlude. The text of the cantata is derived from the Scripture except for the chanting sections by the composer in the movements three (Confession)and six (Dedication).

Prelude

I. The Glory of God (Divine Revelation)

II. God is with Us (Adoration)

III. Have Mercy on Me, O God (Confession)

IV. Nothing but the Blood of Jesus (Expiation)

V. Prince of Peace (Proclamation)

VI. Here I Am, Lord (Dedication)

VII. Do Not Be Anxious about Anything (Supplication)

VIII. Make Disciples to All Nations (Commission)

Postlude

Structure of Worship Cantata (click here)

Instrumentation: Choir (SATB), organ, piano, and timpani

Duration:50 minutes

Premiere: Commissioned by Dr. Tom Song and premiered by Southwestern Chamber Chorale at Reynolds Auditorium Cowden Hall, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, TX, USA Tuesday Nov 19, 2013 7:30 p.m.

Tom Keumsup Song, conductor
Yoon-Mi Lim, organ
Kye Jung Park, piano
John O’Neal, percussion
Stockton Helbing, Drum set

Organ Prelude

Song 1 (Excerpt)

Song 4 (Excerpt)

Song 8 (Excerpt)