The Grace Cathedral Concert

Vince Guaraldi

The Grace Cathedral Concert FCD 9678 2
  • CAT # FCD-9678-25

    1. Bishop's Greetings 1:48
    2. Kyrie Eleison 1:54
    3. Come With Us, O Blessed Jesus 2:59
    4. Nicene Creed, I Believe 2:04
    5. Come Holy Ghost 1:40
    6. Theme To Grace 4:13
    7. Sursum Corda & Sanctus 2:23
    8. Lord's Prayer 1:22
    9. Agnus Dei 1:24
    10. Holy Communion Blues 11:23
    11. Adoro Devote 2:50
    12. In Remembrance Of Me 1:48
    13. Gloria In Excelsis 1:29
    14. Blessing - Bishop Pike

with Tom Beeson, Lee Charlton, St. Paul's Church of San Rafael Choir

Recorded May 21, 1965.

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