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50.Oregon Repertory Singers Requiem. Maurice Durufle Double click cover image for booklet.
Requiem. Maurice Durufle
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Noel - Utah Chamber Artist/Bradford
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Hailed as "Portlands finest large choir" this Oregoan Repertory Singers album includes favorite pieces selected from 50 years of performances, many from the Glory of Chirstmas concerts. Durufle's masterwork plus composers of note! Many composers grapple with the ideas of death, resurrection,  and the life to come. Despite their differences each composer featured on this album infuses their search with a feeling of hope as they musically explore the final destiny of the soul and humankind. "Under the baton of Barlow Bradford, all is imparted with mastery, artistry and insight."
Ranging from the subtle and soaring "O Magnum Mysterium" to the joyful and engaging "Ding! Dong! Merrily on High" this album showcases the amazing arrangements of Barlow Bradford and the Utah Chamber Artists' memorable sound.
Appear and Inspire / East Carolina Chamber Singers / Franklin For All the Saints - Choir of All Saints Beverly Hills / Phillips God Bless the U.S.A. - Andrew Wilson and the Willamette Master Chorus, Paul Klemme, director - Digital Album
The award-winning East Carolina University Chamber Singers are directed here by James Franklin. Recorded in one of our favorite acoustics (St Paul's Episcopal, Greenville, NC---our 6th in this room), the Singers are accompanied by Andrew Scanlon on the French Romantic style three-manual organ by C. B. Fisk. The Producer for this album is the multi-Grammy award winner, Blanton Alspaugh. Franklin has programmed significant works from the 19th and 20th centuries, including Britten's Hymn to St Cecilia, Rutter's "Be Thou my Vision", Biebl's Ave Maria, and works by Bairstow, Martin, Durufle, Elgar, Mendelssohn, and Arvo Part.
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Craig Phillips, a leading composer of new American Anglican choral music, is presented here in his first album as a conductor. The program of music for All Saints’ includes the iconic hymns “For All the Saints” and “Amazing Grace,” contemporary motets by Tavener, Pärt and four premiere recordings of Phillips new compositions.
Our first SINGLE, this is a remix of track 15 from our album G-49295 ("The Call: A Concert for Veteran's Day"). Lee Greenwood's "God Bless the U.S.A." has been covered in different styles by many famous artists (including Beyoncé). This spirited performance is by Andrew Wilson, and includes the 55-voice Willamette Master Chorus directed by Paul Klemme.
Perkins: A New England Requiem Heavenly Display - Georgia State University Singers, Deanna Joseph Hodie! Dale Warland Singers
With "A New England Requiem", Scott Perkins joins traditional Latin mass texts and poems by Dickinson, Longfellow, Hawthorne and Sigourney. Additional works by Perkins set familiar sacred texts in a cappella and orchestral arrangements. More information about Scott Perkins: here. Arrangements of five Shaker songs by Kevin Siegfried provide the structure for this album of 20th and 21st century choral works. The texts for this program explore themes of peace, a parent's love, and awe in God's creation, concluding with two motets for Advent and Christmas.

This extraordinary choir is directed by Deanna Joseph and was recorded in the warm acoustics of Peachtree Road United Methodist Church in Atlanta.
The second release in the Dale Warland Live Series features a Christmas program which includes Britten's "A Ceremony of Carols" in its SATB version, Pinkhams's "Company at the Creche" and his brilliant Christmas Cantata with brass and organ.
Tidings of Comfort & Joy / Choirs of St Philip (Atlanta) Adelmann Christ Cathedral Dedication / Romeri Muehleisen: But Who Shall Return US Our Children / Choral Arts NW / Bode (2 CDs!)
This recording provides a glimpse of both festive and intimate sounds heard during the season of Christmas at the Cathedral of St. Philip, Atlanta. Included are premier recordings by Craig Phillips, Charles Beaudrot, Frank Boles, Stephen Paulus and Howard Helvey. Brass and percussion from the Atlanta Symphony join the choirs.
July 17, 2019 marked the day Christ Cathedral (formerly the Crystal Cathedral) was dedicated to be the liturgical and artistic center for the Roman Catholic Diocese of Orange. The music for that service is presented here, which includes many original works commissioned for the occasion.
American composer John Muehleisen explores the costs of war from the point of view of the families left behind - specifically the loss of Rudyard and Carrie Kipling's son John during WWI. Robert Bode, directing Choral Arts Northwest, premieres "But Who Shall Return Us Our Children: A Kipling Passion" in this live concert recording.
O Beauty Ever Ancient Ever New - Choir of St James (LA) / Buonemani Shadows on the Stars - Oregon Repertory Singers / Sperry Seasons - Dale Warland Singers, Minnesota Beethoven Festival Chorale
Shadows on the Stars - Oregon Repertory Singers / Sperry
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The Choir of St James Episcopal (LA) under the direction of James Buonemani presents a program of meditative works, including several premiere recordings. We suggest you sample track 11 first, and click on the CD image cover to read more about this recording.
A compilation of Pacific Northwest composers, especially Morten Lauridsen who accompanies the choir on piano. Other works by Joan Szymko, John Muehleisen, Giselle Wyers, Stacey Philipps, Steven Goodwin and Naomi LaViolette. Includes several American and World Premieres. The Grammy-nominated Dale Warland's new album -- his first in 14 years! Dale Warland conducts the Dale Warland Singers and the Minnesota Beethoven Festival Chorale in this program of music by Argento and Persichetti.
Choral Evensong for Eastertide / Dettra - Incarnation Choir-Dallas Finzi & Howells: Mid-Century Masterworks/All Saints Beverly Hills, Adelmann December's Rose / University Singers (Knapp)
Choral Evensong for Eastertide / Dettra - Incarnation Choir-Dallas
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Finzi & Howells: Mid-Century Masterworks/All Saints Beverly Hills, Adelmann
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December's Rose / University Singers (Knapp)
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The Choir of the Church of the Incarnation sings Evensong as specified in the 1662 Book of Common Prayer, under the direction of Scott Dettra, former organist of the Washington National Cathedral. Includes Herbert Howells "Dallas" Evensong canticles. Overshadowed by others in the first half of the 20th century, both Finzi and Howells have emerged as major composers of the period, deserving of their own places alongside Vaughan Williams and Britten. Howells’ Requiem in particular must be one of the greatest choral compositions of the century. Repertoire from the popular Lesson and Carols at University of St. Thomas, with readings and music for both Advent and Christmas is presented here in the rich acoustics of the Chapel of St. Basil. David Ashley White’s anthem, “Hodie Christus Natus Est” receives its recording premier on this album.
Alice Parker - Heavenly Hurt Grace Immaculate - Prayers and Love Songs /UGA Hodgson Singers, Bara American Canticle / Cathedral of St Philip (Atlanta) Adelmann
Alice Parker: Heavenly Hurt
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Grace Immaculate - Prayers and Love Songs /UGA Hodgson Singers, Bara
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American Canticle / Cathedral of St Philip (Atlanta) Adelmann
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Inspired by Emily Dickinson's elegant poetry, Alice Parker creates a memorable set of songs about love and loss. Dan Bara's debut recording with the University of Georgia (Athens) Hodgsons Singers. Includes Arnesen's "Even when He is silent", Ivor Davies "Prayers from the Ark" and works by Macmillan, Chilcott, Clausen, and Gabriel Jackson. The two canticles for Anglican Evensong, Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis, are presented here in diverse settings by American composers including Craig Phillips, Roland Martin, Leo Sowerby, Gerald Near, Howard Helvey and Harold Friedell. Also included are first recordings of Craig Phillips’ Jubilate Deo and Larry King’s A Canticle of Praise. Performed by the choirs of the Cathedral of St. Philip (Atlanta) with brass and percussion from the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. Dale Adelmann directs; David Fishburn and Patrick Scott are the organists.
Sacred Music from St. Basil's Chapel / University Singers, Knapp Finney: Pilgrim Psalms / Harvard Choruses (Andrew Clark) A Sunday in Paris (2 CDs!)
Sacred Music from St. Basil's Chapel / University Singers, Knapp
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Finney: Pilgrim Psalms / Harvard Choruses (Andrew Clark)
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A Sunday in Paris (2 CDs!)
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St. Basil Chapel's sublime acoustics matched with architect Philip Johnson's dynamic and contrasting forms have created an extraordinary place for sacred music. Brady Knapp directs the University Singers. Pilgrim Psalms by Ross Lee Finney is a collection of choral and organ works based on the Ainsworth Psalter, brought by the pilgrims to Plymouth in 1620, "these melodies are among america's greatest folk heritage, influencing sacred singing through each century." Finney's sympathetic settings retain the Psalter's appealing tunes and incorporate the Psalter's seventeenth-century English text. The Harvard Choruses are directed by Andrew Clark in this first recording of Finney's important work. Experience how a Parisian would have heard the harmonium on a typical Sunday in the 19th century! At the church, hear the harmonium accompanying the choir during Mass in the morning, followed by Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament in the afternoon. In the evening, experience the virtuosity of a great musician playing harmonium in a salon concert. This program includes many works heard on recording for the first time with original instrumentation---works by Franck, Saint-Saens, Gounod, Berlioz, Lemmens, Dubois, and Lefebure-Wely.
So The Night Fall / David Ashley White / Choirs of Palmer Memorial Church, Brady Knapp (director) Evening Hymn/Georgia State University Singers, Deanna Joseph, conductor Careless Carols/Choral Music of Andrew Rindfleisch
Careless Carols/Choral Music of Andrew Rindfleisch
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Named the American Guild of Organists’ Distinguished Composer for 2016, David Ashley White was also awarded the 2015 Esther Farfel Award from the University of Houston, the university’s highest honor for teaching and creative work. In July 2015, he was awarded the Raabe Prize for Excellence in Sacred Composition. The universal importance of nighttime rituals is celebrated in this recording of choral music from many different traditions and eras. This is the first professional release by the GSU Singers under the direction of Deanna Joseph.

The Georgia State University Singers with Deanna Joseph were finalists in 2014 American Prize in Choral Performance.
“With a steady stream of choral commissions, Rindfleisch continues to add his voice to the vast repertoire of the choral canon; it is a voice that not only deserves to be heard, but one that will surely influence those working with the choral art in future generations.”
The Call: A concert for Veterans Day Music for All Saints Choral music of Gary Davison
The Call: A concert for Veterans Day
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The Choral Music of Gary Davison/ Cathedra (McCarthy)
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Taken from a decade of Veterans Day concerts by Paul Klemme and the Willamette Master Chorus, this program honors those who have served in the armed forces of the United States of America. "the Call", which was commissioned by the choir, is by Dave Metzger, widely known for his many arrangements and orchestrations for films such as "Training Day", "August Rush", "Frozen" and the Broadway production of "The Lion King" --- for which he won a Tony Award nomination. The Choirs of the Cathedral of St. Philip in Atlanta present a heavenly foretaste of music for the Feast of All Saints. Gary Davison, a native of the Southwestern United States, has found favor with performers, critics and audiences alike for the idiomatic expression and freshness of voice in his writing. His primary focus is in the choral medium, for which he has earned recognition as one of North America’s leading composers in the refined Anglican choral tradition.
Choral music of Stephen Caracciolo Choral music of James D'Angelo Bound for Glory - New settings of African-American spirituals
The Choral Music of Stephen Caracciolo / Cathedra (McCarthy)
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The Choral Music of James D'Angelo/ Cathedra (McCarthy)
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Bound for Glory / Chicago a cappella - Miller
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The second of this series of new American choral music from the Washington National Cathedral features the popular composer Stephen Caracciolo, whose works have been performed and broadcast by many groups nationwide, including Cantus. This is also the first recording of an elite new choral ensemble, Cathedra, based at the National Cathedral directed by Michael McCarthy. An American living in England, D’'Angelo’'s compositional style also blends the influences of Debussy/Ravel, Holst and Prokofieff with the neoclassicism of Hindemith. The program consists of a Missa Brevis and Evensong settings, plus organ interludes and voluntaries played by Scott Dettra. Chicago a Cappella's debut release on Gothic features new settings of African-American spirituals by composers like Moses Hogan, Joseph Jennings, Jonathan Miller, Rollo Dilworth and others. "Chicago a cappella is Chicago's best unaccompanied group!" (Chicago Tribune)
The Choral Music of William Bradley Roberts / Choir of St Johns Lafayette Square Life Stories: The Choral Music of Eric Barnum/Choral Arts, Bode Shall We Gather at the River/Choral Arts, Bode
Life Stories: The Choral Music of Eric Barnum/Choral Arts, Bode
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Shall We Gather at the River/Choral Arts, Bode
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Composer William Bradley Roberts is well known in Episcopal Church circles for his tuneful melodies and popular liturgical music. The choir of St John's Church is featured in this first recording a series from the Washington National Cathedral which features new American choral music.
Winner of Chorus America's coveted Margaret Hillis Award and the American Prize for choral performance, Choral Arts' newest release features the music of Eric Barnum in a program about the nature of love ant different times and situations of life.
Winners of the American Prize and the Margaret Hillis Award, Choral Arts Northwest and Robert Bode make a musically persuasive case for the importance of Hawley's choral works.

William Hawley is a central figure in today's renaissance of American choral music. His treatment of harmony and counterpoint helped to establish compositional trends that have since been adopted by other major figures such as Morten Lauridsen and Eric Whitacre. Winners of the American Prize and the Margaret Hillis Award, Choral Arts and Robert Bode make a musically persuasive case for the importance of Hawley's choral works.
As Water Ascends to the Clouds/Opus 7 The Compline Choir I wonder as I wander
As Water Ascends to a Cloud/Opus 7/Ponten
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I Will Meditate/Compline Choir/Anderson
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I Wonder as I Wander / Copley Singers
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Winner of The American Prize in Choral Performance! Opus 7 presents world-premier recordings from the innovative choral landscape of the Pacific Northwest. "They manage everything from earthy choral roars to icy, transparent purity. Needlepoint intonation and unearthly ensemble top the high heap of their choral strengths."—American Record Guide The worldwide revival of Compline, a late-night service dating from early Christian times, began with this choir and the vision of its founder, Peter Hallock. Today, hundreds of young people fill Saint Mark’s Cathedral (Seattle) every Sunday night to hear this choir, and they are joined by thousands who hear Compline over radio and the Internet. This recording honors the musical craft of Peter Hallock and Richard Proulx, who wrote much of the music sung by this choir since its founding in the mid-1950s. One of Boston's premier choirs, The Copley Singers draw from British and American traditions with both unusual and familiar arrangements of holiday favorites.
The Welcome News In Paradisum/South Dakota Chorale From the Land of Sky Blue Waters/VocalEssence
Carson Cooman: The Welcome News / Cambridge Consonance
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In Paradisum: The Healing Power of Heaven/South Dakota Chorale
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From the Land of Sky Blue Waters/VocalEssence
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Carson Cooman is an American composer with a catalogue of works ranging from solo instrumental pieces to operas; and from orchestral works to hymn tunes. This recording is devoted to presenting the wide variety of his sacred choral music Winner: Grammy for Best Classical Producer, Blanton Alspaugh. In their debut recording, the South Dakota Chorale performs the rarely recorded “organ version” of Duruflé’s Requiem, using the French-influenced Bedient organ of First Congregational Church in Sioux Falls, SD. In 2011, the VocaEssence Ensemble Singer criss-crossed Minnesota via historic Highway 23 to share with the state's citizens the music of its choral composers, its singer-songwriters and the songs being sung by the people who have made Minnesota their home over the past 150 years. Enjoy the voices of VocalEssence as the explore the state's unique legacy of traditional, choral and popular song.
Gratitude, Gravy & Garrison/VocalEssence/Keillor Christmas at America's First Cathedral Behold this Heavenly Night/VocalEssence
Gratitude, Gravy and Garrison/Keillor, VocalEssence, Brunelle
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Behold this Heavenly Night/VocalEssence, Brunelle
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Storyteller Garrison Keillor and conductor Philip Brunelle lead a harmonious celebration of all things Thanksgiving with the melodious voices of the VocalEssence Chorus & Ensemble Singers and their special guests, singer Jearlyn Steele and pianist Richard Dworsky. Along the way we learn that Thanksgiving really isn’t all about the turkey — it’s actually all about the pie... In addition to familiar seasonal music by Mendelssohn, Handel, Rutter, and others, "Christmas at America’s First Cathedral" features music from South Africa, Canada, and the United States, including the premiere recordings of seven new works by two of America’s most important African American composers, Dr. Rosephanye Powell and Dr. James Lee III. In 1998, VocalEssence and the American Composers Forum joined forces to offer an annual contest encouraging the composition of new carols. Over the years hundreds of worthy carols have been submitted. “Behold This Heavenly Night” presents the world premiere of some of these contest-winning carols alongside outstanding arrangements of more familiar melodies. Also included is the U.S. premiere of John Rutter’s new “Carol of the Magi” and a unique arrangement of “Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer” translated into Latin by Philip Brunelle and his son Christopher.
Eternal Light - ECU Chamber Singers / Bara Sky-Born Music - Milwaukee Choral Artists Mornings Like This: Songs of Daybreak and Childhood - Choral Arts - Robert Bode
Eternal Light / ECU Chamber Singers, Dan Bara, director
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One of America's great university choirs premieres new sacred works for choir and single instruments. Recorded in the sumptuous acoustics of St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Greenville, NC. It is traditional during an anniversary year that a performing ensemble commissions a piece of music in commemoration of that milestone. Milwaukee Choral Artists went a step further by inviting ten composers to write new works for the ensemble - one for each of its ten years. Founded in 1998 as a chamber ensemble comprising professional solo singers, the Milwaukee Choral Artists is one of only a handful of professional women's vocal ensembles in the country. With its signature lush sound, MCA brings a distinctive and varied repertoire of choral and vocal masterworks to audiences throughout the region.
The "Pure Sound" of Choral Arts directed by Robert Bode presents several world premiere recordings, including The Dream Keeper, a piece in four movements, each featuring a different text from Langston Hughes. Other pieces feature the poetry of Dylan Thomas, Walt Whitman and the conductor of Choral Arts, Robert Bode.
Hear the Christmas Angels/Washington National Cathedral Choirs Over the River/Garrison Keillor & VocalEssence Hymn to Potatoes/Garrison Keillor with VocalEssence
Hymn to Potatoes/Garrison Keillor with VocalEssence (2 CDs!)
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A collection of favorite hymns and carols from Washington National Cathedral, with the choirs of the Cathedral, the Cathedral Orchestra, and members of the Washington Symphonic Brass. On a chilly November evening, the Hopeful Gospel Quartet — Garrison Keillor, Mollie O’Brien and Robin & Linda Williams — traded musical moments with the VocalEssence Chorus and Ensemble Singers in a concert at Orchestra Hall, Minneapolis. The evening seamlessly blended American folk traditions with choral masterpieces old and new, from “Will the Circle Be Unbroken” to “Now Thank We All Our God.” Garrison Keillor shared his Thanksgiving memories in a hilarious yet poignant monologue. Now available nationally for the first time—from The Gothic Catalog! Who knew a choir could be this funny? Garrison Keillor, Philip Brunelle and the VocalEssence Ensemble Singers dish up a generous helping of "Potatoes a la Schubert", run away to Europe to indulge their “Shenandoah” habit, and enlighten us on the T.U.L.I.P. doctrine. This two-CD set of the best choral skits and bits from 10 years on  "A Prairie Home Companion" includes the often-requested “Julia” (John Lennon) and a rare choral interpretation of “Karma Chamelon” (Boy George). With Charles Kemper and Richard Dworsky at the piano, The Guy's All-Star Shoe Band and guest appearances by Tom Keith and Tim Russell. Now available nationally for the first time—on Clarion Records from The Gothic
Evensong: Of Love and Angels / Argento Solemn Splendor, Adoramus Vocal Ensemble, Mark Burrows, director When I Was A Young Man, Washington Men's Camerata
Solemn Splendor/Adoramus Vocal Ensemble
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When I Was A Young Man / Washington Men's Camerata/Albinder
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Commissioned by the Society in commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the Washington National Cathedral, this piece also serves as a moving tribute to the memory of Argento's wife, Carolyn Bailey Argento, who died in 2006. Adoramus is the premier resident vocal ensemble of First United Methodist Church in Fort Worth, Texas. This first nationally released recording on Clarion features four world premier recordings. Adoramus has a clear and relaxed vocal sound, and has developed a national following with imaginative and popular programming. Under the direction of Frank Albinder (formerly of Chanticleer) the Washington Men’s Camerata has become one of the nation’s foremost men’s choirs. In this recording, they focus on classic glee club literature, a testament to the power of men’s voices raised in song.
Britten: Ceremony of Carols, National Cathedral Choir, Michael McCarthy Shenandoah: Songs of the American Spirit/Pacific Chorale's John Alexander Singers/John Alexander, conductor Tidings of Joy: Music for Christmas/Fairfax Choral Society and Orchestra/Douglas Mears, artistic director
Appointed in 2003, McCarthy was the founding director of the London Oratory School Schola. The Schola recorded for the film scores of both The Lord of the Rings film trilogy and the Harry Potter film series. McCarthy brings a fresh approach to Benjamin Britten's Ceremony of Carols, and delightful readings of many other Christmas carols. One of America's finest Anglican choirs! The history of our country is written in our song, and what a variety of song it is! War songs, tunes from Appalachia, gospel—all have been mined over the years by composers and arrangers of every era. This recording offers a varied program of these American works, from the well known (Shenandoah, Buffalo Gals) to the less familiar, expertly arranged for choir and sung by this nationally acclaimed American choir. Under the artistic direction of Douglas Mears, this massive musical ensemble of 300 singers with full symphony orchestra has created a beautifully produced recording with imaginative orchestrations and arrangements. Herald in the season with the Fairfax Choral Society and Orchestra's first release on Gothic!
Choral Music of Edward Elgar/Choir of Trinity College, Cambridge/Marlow The American Spirit - St. Martin's Chamber Choir - Timothy Krueger Bach: St John Passion - 1725 version - Yale Schola Cantorum - Carrington
Choral Music of Edward Elgar - Digital Download
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The American Spirit/St Martin's Chamber Choir, Krueger
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Richard Marlow's final recording as director of the Trinity Colleg echoir (Cambridge, England)!  The choral works of Edward Elgar are gems of the English Romantic tradition. Under the direction of Marlow, the choir of Trinity College was the first mixed choir in a Cambridge college. As an adult mixed choir, they have the distinctive, clear English sound we admire, but with the power that only mature voices can produce.  Highly recommended!
The American Spirit is St. Martin's Chamber Choir's celebration of American composers, and includes Cecil Effinger's "Four Pastorales" with oboe, Terry Schlenker's Kyrie, Randall Thompson's "Alleluia", a new setting of "The Lamentations of Jeremiah" by Timothy Krueger, Jean Berger's "Skelton Poems" with piano and Tim Sarsany's Salve Mater misericordiæ.
The rarely performed 1725 version of Bach’s St. John Passion is presented by Yale University’s premier early-music ensembles. Simon Carrington, who initiated his illustrious musical career as cofounder of the King’s Singers, directs this live performance.
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