The complete set of Dale Warland Singers recordings on Gothic Records!
Includes all eight albums on Gothic and reZound. (click on the links above for more details on each CD).
Harvest Home: Songs from the Heart: Exquisitely sung and beautifully recorded, this CD offers some of the most heartfelt singing we’ve ever heard. Perfect intonation, sumptuous sound, and familiar tunes---this is Dale Warland at his best. Includes “Deep River,” Simple Gifts, “The Water is Wide,” Beautiful River (“Shall we gather at the river”) “We gather together,” and many more. Full text and notes on each song. Within its first month, Harvest Home became our best-selling CD ever, and hit Billboard’s Top 20 Classical Chart.
Lux Aurumque: The Grammy-nominated Dale Warland Singers release their highly anticipated final recording, Lux Aurumque. This program of popular 19th- and 20th-century sacred music demonstrates the high choral standards Warland reached with his now disbanded group. The trademark Warland sound is captured brilliantly by the Grammy award-winning team of Steve Barnett and Preston Smith.
Christmas with the Dale Warland Singers The acclaimed Dale Warland Singers sing a beautiful Christmas program featuring imaginative arrangements of carols from around the world. The sound is incomparable. One of our best selling CDs ever.
Argento: Walden Pond: Nominated for Best Choral Performance Grammy in 2003! Composer and librettist Dominick Argento is one of America's leading composers and among the most frequently performed 20th-century composers of opera. His chamber pieces as well have met with international acclaim. Argento has a long history of collaboration with the Dale Warland Singers; this new release features a world-premiere recording of the composer's Walden Pond, a song cycle based on text by Henry David Thoreau and scored for chorus, three cellos, and harp.
Reincarnations: The incomparable sound of the Dale Warland Singers is unleashed on five contemporary American works by Barber, Ives, Avshalomov, Finney, and Fine just the type of music that earned them a Grammy® nomination last year for best choral performance. One of three final recordings by this preeminent group. Includes a world premier recording!
Rachmaninoff Vespers: From a concert given on the day of the Columbia shuttle tragedy comes this moving performance of Rachmaninoff's All-Night Vigil, sung with the dynamics and expressive power of one of the world's great choral ensembles. Sung in Church Slavonic.