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Oregon Repertory Singers - The Glory of Christmas [Koch] album mp3
Christmas,Holidays,Choral
  • Performer:
    Oregon Repertory Singers
  • Title:
    The Glory of Christmas [Koch]
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Christmas,Holidays,Choral
  • Date of release:
    October 15, 1996
  • Duration:
    50:27
  • Size FLAC version
    1317 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1930 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1601 megabytes
  • Rating:
    4.7
  • Votes:
    611
  • Formats:
    MIDI ASF VOC TTA DMF MOD

Christmas Party Holidays. Oregon Repertory Singers. The Glory of Christmas.

In 1995, the Oregon Repertory Singers appeared with Chanticleer and the King’s Singers in a compact disc, Christmas around the Country, distributed by National Public Radio, which led to two hour-long specials on NPR’s Performance Today. In 2001, the choir recorded Rachmaninoff’s Vespers with members of the Moscow Chamber Choir, Vladimir Minin conducting, and Duke Ellington’s Sacred Concert with the Seattle Repertory Jazz Orchestra. The group brought other guest conductors to Oregon, including England’s John Eliot Gardiner, Sweden’s Eric Erickson, Venezuela’s Maria Guinand, and American.

Oregon Repertory Singers, Portland, Oregon. My wife and I have been to each concert for the past two years utes, we find ourselves crying as we try to take in the shear beauty of the choir. My wife had a background in award-winning choirs and has a finely tuned ear. She always praises the choir for being spot-on with pitch, timing, and emotion.

Thanks for including the Twality middle school, my daughter was enthralled.

Ave Maria · Oregon Repertory Singers. Released on: 1996-09-01.

The Oregon Repertory Singers (ORS) is a mixed vocal ensemble in Portland, Oregon, founded in 1974. Since 1980, ORS has commissioned and/or debuted 20 new works by American artists. In October 1988, ORS completed a four compact disc contract with Koch International Classics to record new American music. These recordings include.

Oregon Repertory Singers, Gilbert Seeley, Georgeanne Ries, Martha Herby - Four Songs About Birds: IV, And Birds that Flew Away 04:08. Oregon Repertory Singers, Gilbert Seeley, Georgeanne Ries, Martha Herby - Four Songs About Birds: II, Swallows 02:43.

Прослушать Скачать 03:07. Oregon Repertory Singers, Gilbert Seeley, Marianne Lewis. Sweet Lovers Love the Spring. Прослушать Скачать 06:13. Oregon Repertory Singers, Gilbert Seeley.

Repertory Singers have also had the honor to premiere new works by Oregon’s own Jodi French and Craig Kingsbury. The mission of Repertory Singers is to promote the performance, development, and appreciation of high-quality choral music. Repertory Singers proudly present at least one choral masterwork every year in their season. Other recent masterworks include Fauré’s Requiem; Bach’s St. Matthew Passion and Mass in B Minor; Haydn’s Creation; and Handel’s Messiah performed with the Rogue Valley Symphony. Repertory Singers have released four CDs: In Time of Softest Snow, On the Trail of Beauty, The Heart’s Reflection, and First Light. Core Singer Young Artist.

Credits

Anonymous Composer - Composer
Fred Armentrout - Editing Engineer, Engineer
Richard Brown - Executive Producer
John Dunstable - Composer
Charles Ives - Composer
Joshua Jacobson - Composer
Zoltán Kodály - Composer
Oregon Repertory Singers - Choir/Chorus, Primary Artist
Michael Praetorius - Composer
Fred Prentice - Composer
Franz Schubert - Composer
Gilbert Seeley - Conductor
Halsey Stevens - Composer
Traditional - Composer
Kevin Walsh - Producer

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Adventi ének (Advent song: Veni, Veni Emmanuel), for chorus Zoltán Kodály Oregon Repertory Singers 4:11
2 Singt, ihr lieben Christen all Michael Praetorius Oregon Repertory Singers 2:36
3 Ave Maria, for chorus Franz Schubert Oregon Repertory Singers 6:07
4 Vespers (All-Night Vigil), for alto, tenor & chorus, Op. 37 Franz Schubert Oregon Repertory Singers 2:44
5 Sancta Maria, non est tibi similis, respond & antiphon for 3 voices, MB 48 (probably by Binchois) John Dunstable Oregon Repertory Singers 2:49
6 Adam and the Apple, for women's chorus Oregon Repertory Singers 2:00
7 The Friendly Beasts Anonymous Composer Oregon Repertory Singers 3:05
8 Mi Zeh Yemalel Joshua Jacobson Oregon Repertory Singers 2:26
9 Deck the Halls (Welsh) Traditional Oregon Repertory Singers 1:46
10 Da droben vom Berge (Austrian) Traditional Oregon Repertory Singers 2:00
11 A Christmas Carol, song for voice & piano, S. 228 (K. 6B27d) Charles Ives Oregon Repertory Singers 2:28
12 Christmas Song Oregon Repertory Singers 1:40
13 Whence Come You, Shepherd Maiden? Oregon Repertory Singers 3:28
14 Balts shiedzins shieg skujnan (White snow is falling on pine needles), Latvian carol Oregon Repertory Singers 2:02
15 Ai, nama mamina (Oh, mother of the household), Latvian carol Oregon Repertory Singers 1:16
16 Pour Nöel, for women's chorus Halsey Stevens Oregon Repertory Singers 1:57
17 Joy of the Angels on Christmas Morn Fred Prentice Oregon Repertory Singers 1:44
18 How Sweet Is Love Traditional Oregon Repertory Singers 2:33
19 Karácsonyi pásztortánc (Shepherds' Christmas Dance), for children's chorus & piccolo Zoltán Kodály Oregon Repertory Singers 1:54
20 Sing We Now of Christmas (Noel Nouvelet) Traditional Oregon Repertory Singers 1:42