Music Ministry at St. Joseph’s
St. Joseph’s Music Ministry extends a warm invitation to parishioners of all ages to join one of the several choirs and musical ensembles that are available at our church. Serving as vocalist and/or instrumentalist is an important way to support the assembly’s sung prayer and praise to God. It also provides added benefits such as learning new skills, enjoying new friendships and making a valuable contribution to our parish community.
All are welcome!
Contact: Deanna Muro, Director of Music at 631.269.6635 ext. 218 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to register or for more information.
“He who sings prays twice” – St. Augustine
PLEASE NOTE THAT, DUE TO CONCERNS RELATED TO THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC, OUR CHOIRS AND MUSIC ENSEMBLES ARE OPERATING IN A SEVERELY LIMITED WAY AND SOME NOT AT ALL. CONTACT DEANNA VIA THE ABOVE FOR FURTHER INFORMATION. THANK YOU.
JOIN OUR CHOIRS:
|THURSDAY 7:30pm, CHURCH||12pm MASS|
|YOUNG ADULT SCHOLA||THURSDAY 6:45pm, CHURCH||10:30am MASS|
|TUESDAY 7:30pm, CHURCH||9am, 10:30am* MASS|
|TUESDAY 6pm, CENTENNIAL RM||9am MASS|
|ST. JOSEPH’S ENSEMBLE|
Instrumentalist/ all ages
|WEDNESDAY 6pm, TRAVIS HALL||11am MASS|
|CONTEMPORARY MUSIC GROUP |
|WEDNESDAY 7:30pm, CHURCH||5pm SATURDAY MASS|
*TEEN CHOIR SINGS ALTERNATELY AT 9am AND 10:30am MASSES
JOIN OUR CHOIR
|SENIOR HANDBELL CHOIR|
|TUESDAY, 8:30pm, CENTENNIAL RM||CHRISTMAS CONCERT|
|JUNIOR HANDBELL CHOIR|
|TUESDAY, 7pm, CENTENNIAL RM||CHRISTMAS CONCERT|
The orginal Organ was built by Estey Organ Company of Brattleboro, Vermont. The Organ, Estey #1885, was built about 1920 for the Swan Estate, a private residence, in Rosyln, New York. It was installed around 1965 when the present church was built. It was a type that was made primarily for residences and especially for playing popular music and orchestral works.
In 1987, a new organ was built by James A. Konzelman of New Jersey. It incorporated valuable pipes from the old organ along with ranks of new pipes constructed by the organ building firm of Laukahuff of Weikershein, West German; the Organ Supply Company of Erie, Pennsylvania; and the Trivo Co. of Hagerstown, Maryland.
Estey organ #1885 (c.1920)
|8′ Open Diapason|
8′ Stopped Diapason
8′ Vox Celeste
16′ Open Diapason
16′ Bourdon (ped)
16′ Bass Viol (ped)
1987 James A. Konzelman Organ
|8’ Principal||16’ Contra viola||32’ Resultanat|
|8’ Rohrflote||8’ Rohr Gedeckt||16’ Holzprincia|
|8’ Viola(sw)||8’ Viola||16’ Subbass|
|4’ Octave||8’ Viola Celeste||16’ Contra Viola (sw)|
|4’ Rohrflote||4’ Principal||8’ Principal|
|2’ Quint||4’ Waldflote||8’ Bourdon|
|2’ Qoublette||4’ Waldflote||4’ Choral Bass|
|1’ Tierce||2’ Blockflote||16’ Pousane|
|IV Mixture||1’ Larigot||8’ Trompette|
|8’ Trompette (sw)||1’ Sifflote||4’ Clarion|
|8’ Krummhorn||IV Scharff||4’ Krummhorn|
|–||16’ Contra Fagotto||Extra Info:|
|–||8’ Oboe||1627 pipes|
|–||8’ Krummhorn||40 Stops|
|–||4’ Clarion Tremulant||27 Ranks|