Photo Album

Texas Choral Consort’s Schola Cantorum of Austin
tour of Austria & Germany, spring 2004

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Stift Klosterneuburg

Stift Klosterneuburg, near the gates of Vienna.

Patricia Long, Melk Abbey

Patricia Long at the Abbey of Melk, 19 March 2004.

Schola Cantorum, Stift Klosterneuburg

Schola Cantorum of Austin
in concert at Stift Klosterneuburg, 20 March 2004.

Maria Himmelfahrt Church

Schola Cantorum of Austin in concert at Mariä Himmelfahrt Church in Dachau, Germany, 16 March 2004. At this concert Patricia Long (pictured far left) premiered her “How Beautiful Upon the Mountains.”

Wieskirche rehearsal

Schola Cantorum rehearsing in the Wieskirche.


The Wieskirche, a pilgrimage church in Steingaden, near Munich.


The Thomaskirche, in Leipzig, where J. S. Bach was cantor for 27 years.

Bach's tomb

The tomb of J. S. Bach in Leipzig’s Thomaskirche, where Schola Cantorum of Austin performed on 14 March 2004.

Neuschwanstein Castle

In the music room of Neuschwanstein Castle on 16 March 2004, visitors heard the first European performance of Long’s “Sanctus,” sung by Schola Cantorum of Austin.

Salzburg Cathedral

Schola Cantorum performs at Salzburg Cathedral, 18 March 2004.

Schola Cantorum, Bad Ischl Church

Stadtpfarrkirche zum Hl. Nikolaus, Bad Ischl, Austria, at which Long’s “Sanctus” from Mass in E-Flat was sung during the High Mass on 18 March 2004.

Bad Ischl Church

Stadtpfarrkirche zum Hl. Nikolaus, Bad Ischl, Austria. Here the great composer Anton Bruckner played organ for Imperial festivities that included the wedding of Archduchess Marie Valerie, daughter of Franz Josef, and Archduke Franz Salvator of Austria-Toskana.

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