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2020 Choral Sampler Be Still My Soul - All Saints Beverly Hills - Dale Adelmann Music for All Saints
2020 Choral Sampler
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Be Still, My Soul/All Saints' Beverly Hills
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A 2020 Choral Sampler from the Gothic Catalog! Get this recording for FREE with your order of any other physical CD in our catalog. Limited to the first 100 orders, (U.S. shipping addresses only). Just include this album in your shopping cart and the cost of this recording will be removed when your order ships---if you are among the first 100! World Premiere Recordings! A stunning program of contemplative sacred texts set to some of the most beautiful singing we've heard. Slow, focused intensity creates a strong emotional response from many listeners, including us.  The Martin piece alone is worth the price of admission. With première recordings of new anthems by Craig Phillips and Roland Martin, this CD is also the first recording of the widely admired Choir of All Saints, Beverly Hills, under its new director, Dale Adelmann. The Choirs of the Cathedral of St. Philip in Atlanta present a heavenly foretaste of music for the Feast of All Saints.
American Canticle / Cathedral of St Philip (Atlanta) Adelmann Finzi & Howells: Mid-Century Masterworks/All Saints Beverly Hills, Adelmann Tidings of Comfort & Joy / Choirs of St Philip (Atlanta) Adelmann
American Canticle / Cathedral of St Philip (Atlanta) Adelmann
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Finzi & Howells: Mid-Century Masterworks/All Saints Beverly Hills, Adelmann
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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. 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. 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.
   
 
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