Tulsa remembers 9/11


Tomorrow, on the third anniversary of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on America, Trinity Episcopal Church will host a citywide service of remembrance, featuring a performance of Gabriel Faure's Requiem. The Requiem will be performed by singers from Coventry Chorale, the Trinity Church Choir, and many other local choirs.

Trinity Episcopal Church is at 5th & Cincinnati in downtown Tulsa. Parking is available on the street, and in the church's lot at 6th & Detroit. The performance will begin at 8:46 am.

On the first anniversary of the attacks, Tulsa was one of hundreds of cities around the world to participate in the Rolling Requiem, performances of Mozart's Requiem beginning at 8:46 am local time. The Rolling Requiem was a one-time event, but it has spawned annual remembrances in many cities.

Faure's Requiem is a favorite -- I wrote something about it, and about the spiritual benefits of pondering the words of the Requiem, last summer, which you can read here.

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