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The Macalester Concert Choir Featuring Dorothy Benham Conducting Dale Warland - Macalester Concert Choir, The download mp3 album

The Macalester Concert Choir Featuring Dorothy Benham Conducting Dale Warland - Macalester Concert Choir, The download mp3 album
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Macalester Choirs, Saint Paul, Minnesota. This is a page for members, alums, and friends of the Macalester Choirs. Attention choir members - schedule changes: Due to the snow, ACYC cannot join us tonight. 6:00pm Chorale warmup 6:45pm Concert Choir warmup 8:00pm Concert as scheduled.

The Concert Choir is the advanced, select vocal ensemble of Macalester College, directed by Michael McGaghie. Members are held to an exceptional standard of musicianship and commitment. The choir draws its repertoire from music of last six centuries and tours annually through the United States or abroad. Recent tour destinations include Seattle, Portland, Boston, Chicago, New York, and Japan. The ensemble commissions and premieres at least one new work every year. Membership is open to all Macalester students by audition. Accompanist: Mindy Eschedor. Audition Information.

The Choir was a garage rock band largely active in the greater Cleveland area from the mid-1960s into the early 1970s. Originally called The Mods, their largest commercial success came with the release of their first single "It's Cold Outside" in December 1966. The song, considered by many to be a classic of the garage rock era, was featured on Pebbles, Volume 2, one of the earlier garage rock compilation LPs (issued in 1979)

The Henry Brant Collection, Vol. 1. Henry Brant.

Lyrics for top songs by Macalester Concert Choir. Northern Lights over the Twin Cities: Reflected Mirages. Henry Brant, Sarita Roche, Cindy Lambert, Rick Penning, Alvin King, Wayne Dalton, Macalester Festival Chorale, Macalester Concert Choir, Macalester Symphonic Band, Macalester Symphony Orchestra, Macalester Jazz, Macalester Pipe Band, Macalester Special Percussion Group, Macalester 10-Piano Ensemble, Amy Snyder, Kathy Romey, Edouard Forner, Carleton Macy, Andrew Hoag.

Album · 2007 · 15 Songs. By Benjamin Britten - Bradley Fox, Laurence Whitehed, Malcolm Archer, Nathan Vale, Robert Karlsson, Rupert Gough & Wells Cathedral Choir. 6. Sacred Songs - Third Set: Ridout: Sacred Songs I. Creator Spirit. By Alan Ridout - Malcolm Archer, Robert Karlsson & Wells Cathedral Choir.

Warland assembled a choir of forty singers, and the concert, which took place on 12 June 1972, was a success. The unique sound of the DWS is based on many factors. Because the finances of the ensemble were usually a struggle (the choir never earned an endowment and rarely finished a concert season in the black), the board of directors decided that it was better to disband the choir than to find a successor

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I. Folk / International
A1 Go Away From My Window
Composed By – John Jacob Niles
A2 Shenandoah
Composed By – Shaw-Parker
A3 Quiet Rain
Composed By – Hildor Lundvik
A4 Death Shall Not Destroy
Composed By – Shaw-Parker
A5 Hark, I Hear Harps Eternal
Composed By – Shaw-Parker
Choral Dances From "Gloriana"
Composed By – Benjamin Britten
A6(a) Time
A6(b) Concord
A6(c) Time And Concord
A6(d) Rustics And Fishermen
A6e) Final Dance Of Homage
III Religious Music
B1 Virga Jesse Floruit
Composed By – Anton Bruckner
B2 As The Hart Panteth After The Water Brooks
Composed By – Donald Betts
B3 Messa D'oggi (Movements 2 & 5)
Composed By – Eskil Hemberg
IV. Christmas Music
B4 Jesu, Thou The Virgin Born
Composed By – Gustav Holst
B5 Out Of The Orient Crystal Skies
Composed By – Richard Zgodava

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  • Recorded At – Sound 80 Studios
  • Manufactured By – RCA Records


  • Conductor – Dale Warland
  • Engineer – Paul Martinson
  • Producer – Jeffrey Van
  • Solo Vocal – Dorothy Benham


The Macalester Concert Choir's annual recording for 1976.