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Christmas with Solaris includes a festive array of holiday selections for mixed voices with harp, flute and piano. Stirring arrangements of beloved carols including Silent Night, What Child is This and Ding! Dong! Merrily on High are featured along with premieres of two arrangements by Solaris member and Vermont Public Radio host, James Stewart – Hark the Herald Angels Sing and O Come, O Come Emmanuel. Additional highlights include Dominique Argento’s ecstatic setting of the Gloria from his opera, The Masque of Angels and Gustav Holst’s Christmas Day.
Sing We Now of Christmas
Silent Night, Gail Whitehouse, soprano
Hark the Herald Angels Sing
Gloria from The Masque of Angels
In the Bleak Midwinter
Ding! Dong! Merrily on High
What Child is This?
O Come, O Come Emmanuel
This Endris Night
Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening from Frostiana
Carol of the Birds
I Was Glad includes songs of hope, love and joy. Three of the tracks feature works with full organ accompaniment including C. Hubert H. Parry’s I Was Glad When They Said Unto Me, Randall Thompson’s The Last Words of David and Ralph Vaughan Williams’ Let All the World in Every Corner Sing with Dr. Susan Summerfield at the organ. Additional highlights include Charles Villiers Stanford’s ethereal The Blue Bird and The Road Home by Stephen Paulus along with the Alice Parker/Robert Shaw arrangement of the early American hymn Wondrous Love.
The Last Words of David
The Blue Bird
Let All the World in Every Corner Sing
The Road Home
Saints Bound for Heaven
Brothers Sing On
I Was Glad When They Said Unto Me
Ballade to the Moon
Study War No More
Joy Be with You All
Vivat Musica—Music is Life!
A celebration of love, joy and life! Ageless classics to new works for chamber choir. Featuring selections by Dvorak, Holst, Lauridsen, Gjeilo and Clausen.
The Water Is Wide
6 Choral Folksongs, Op. 36: V. I Love My Love
O My Luve’s Like a Red, Red Rose
Songs of Nature: IV. Slender Young Birch
Sure on This Shining Night
Echoes—The Choral Music of Richard Stoehr is a joint recording project which includes choral works recorded by Counterpoint Vocal Ensemble and Bella Voce Women’s Chorus. A highly acclaimed composer and teacher at the Vienna Academy of Music, Stoehr fled Austria at th beginning of WWII. Following a teaching position at the renowned Curtis Institute, Stoehr spent the latter part of his life and his career composing and teaching Music courses and German at Saint Michael’s College. Stoehr’s gift for composing lyrical melodies supported by rich harmonies is evident throughout this recording of classical choral works.
Spring by Bella Voce Women’s Chorus
Echoes by Bella Voce Women’s Chorus
Cradle Song Bella Voce Women’s Chorus
Psalm 62 by Counterpoint
Psalm 67 by Counterpoint
Psalm 24 by Counterpoint
Armseelchen by Bella Voce Women’s Chorus
Schneeflocken by Bella Voce Women’s Chorus
The Great Adventurer by Solaris Vocal Ensemble
A Grace for Christmas by Solaris Vocal Ensemble & Counterpoint
Nachtlied by Counterpoint
Crossing the Bar by Solaris Vocal Ensemble
Ave Maria by Solaris Vocal Ensemble & Counterpoint