Atlanta Symphony Orchestra & Chorus - Copland: Motets; Duruflé: Gregorian Motets; Tavener: Song for Athene; Etc. mp3 downloadPerformer: Atlanta Symphony Orchestra & Chorus
Title: Copland: Motets; Duruflé: Gregorian Motets; Tavener: Song for Athene; Etc.
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Atlanta Symphony Orchestra & Chorus - Copland: Motets; Duruflé: Gregorian Motets; Tavener: Song for Athene; Etc. mp3 download
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Album · 2006 · 17 Songs. Motets on Gregorian Themes: II. Tota pulchra est. By Maurice Duruflé - Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Chamber Chorus. 11. Motets on Gregorian Themes: III. Tu es Petrus. 12. Motets on Gregorian Themes: IV. Tantum Ergo. 13. Four Motets: I. Help us, O Lord. By Aaron Copland - Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Chamber Chorus.
Song for Athene is a mixture of lines from Shakespeare's Hamlet and words from the Orthodox liturgy, both set to monodic chant. The composer also makes use of a continuous "ison," or drone. Surely the most notable performance to date was that at the Westminster Abbey funeral services for Diana, Princess of Wales, in 1997; it was sung as her coffin was carried from the nave. Appears On. Complete Excerpt.
Atlanta Symphony Orchestra & Chorus. 1. 01 O sacrum convivium. 2. 02 Song for Athene. 12 Tota pulchra est - Quatre motets sur des themes gregoriens, Op. 10. 2:11.
2 - John Tavener: Song for Athene. A song in memory of a recently deceased family friend (Athene Hariades) with Alleluias interspersed with five text lines from the Orthodox Funeral Service and two ( and from Shakespeare's Hamlet Like the Tavener piece, these motets look backward as to their traditional Latin texts, but are framed in more modern harmonic style. This stunning program led by Atlanta Symphony Chorus' new director, Norman Mackenzie verifies that the chorus remains in excellent hands with Robert Shaw's successor. The chamber chorus comprised of approximately 40 voices sings with the trademark diction, blend, accuracy and warm tone that were the hallmark of Shaw's choruses.
Song for Athene" (also known as "Alleluia. May Flights of Angels Sing Thee to Thy Rest") is a musical composition by British composer John Tavener with lyrics by Mother Thekla, an Orthodox nun, which is intended to be sung a cappella by a four-part (soprano, alto, tenor and bass) choir.
Artist Album Song Title. A Cappella Works by Copland, Duruflé, Tavener, Vaughan Williams, Messiaen and Tallis Album Cover Art. Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Chamber Chorus, Norman Mackenzie. length: 6:22 conductor: Norman Mackenzie choir vocals: Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Chamber Chorus. 3. Mass in G minor: Kyrie. length: 3:40 conductor: Norman Mackenzie choir vocals: Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Chamber Chorus. Quatre Motets sur des thèmes grégoriens, op. 10: Tota pulchra est. length: 2:11 conductor: Norman Mackenzie choir vocals: Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Chamber Chorus. 10: Tu es Petrus. length: 0:48 conductor: Norman Mackenzie choir vocals: Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Chamber Chorus. 14. 10: Tantum ergo.
A Cappella Works by Copland, Duruflé, Tavener, Vaughan Williams, Messiaen and Tallis. O sacrum convivium! Song for Athene. Quatre Motets Sur Des Themes Gregoriens, Op. Four Motets, Op. 20: Help Us, O Lord. 20: Thou, O Jehovah, Abideth Forever.
Motets on Gregorian Themes. Maurice Durufle. Composed of forty to sixty members selected by audition from the ranks of the renowned 200-member Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Chorus, The ASO Chamber Chorus has earned nine GRAMMY Awards for Best Choral Performance. Conducted by Director of Choruses Norman Mackenzie and recorded at the Episcopal Cathedral of St. Philip in Atlanta, the large scale and fine acoustics make it an ideal choral recording.
|1||O sacrum convivium!, for voices, I/18||Atlanta Symphony Orchestra & Chorus||3:15|
|2||Song for Athene, for chorus||Atlanta Symphony Orchestra & Chorus||6:22|
|Mass for soloists & chorus in G minor|
|3||I. Kyrie||Atlanta Symphony Orchestra & Chorus||3:39|
|4||II. Gloria||Atlanta Symphony Orchestra & Chorus||4:14|
|5||III. Credo||Atlanta Symphony Orchestra & Chorus||6:34|
|6||IV. Sanctus-Benedictus: Sanctus||Atlanta Symphony Orchestra & Chorus||1:47|
|7||IV. Sanctus-Benedictus: Osanna I||Atlanta Symphony Orchestra & Chorus||0:56|
|8||IV. Sanctus-Benedictus: Benedictus||Atlanta Symphony Orchestra & Chorus||1:50|
|9||IV. Sanctus-Benedictus: Osanna II||Atlanta Symphony Orchestra & Chorus||0:33|
|10||V. Agnus Dei||Atlanta Symphony Orchestra & Chorus||4:13|
|Motets (4) on Gregorian Themes, for chorus, Op.10|
|11||Ubi caritas||Atlanta Symphony Orchestra & Chorus||2:22|
|12||Tota pulchra est||Atlanta Symphony Orchestra & Chorus||2:10|
|13||Tu es Petrus||Atlanta Symphony Orchestra & Chorus||0:47|
|14||Tantum ergo||Atlanta Symphony Orchestra & Chorus||2:28|
|Motets (4), for chorus|
|15||Help Us, O Lord||Atlanta Symphony Orchestra & Chorus||2:20|
|16||Thou, O Jehovah, Abideth Forever||Atlanta Symphony Orchestra & Chorus||2:27|
|17||Have Mercy on Us, O My Lord||Atlanta Symphony Orchestra & Chorus||3:07|
|18||Sing Ye Praises to Our King||Atlanta Symphony Orchestra & Chorus||1:55|
|19||O sacrum convivium (also set as "I call and cry to thee" and "O sacred and holy banquet"), motet for 5 voices, P. 210||Atlanta Symphony Orchestra & Chorus||3:12|
CreditsSt. Thomas Aquinas - Text
Atlanta Symphony Orchestra & Chorus - Choir/Chorus, Primary Artist
Jeffrey Baxter - Tenor (Vocal)
Michael Bishop - Mastering, Mixing
Paul Blakemore - Assistant Engineer
David Blalock - Tenor (Vocal)
Todd Brown - Assistant Engineer
Anilda Carrasquillo - Art Direction, Design
Donna Carter - Alto (Vocals)
Christa Joy Chase - Alto (Vocals)
Steven Darst - Bass (Vocal)
Pam Elrod - Alto (Vocals)
Timothy W. Gunter - Bass (Vocal)
David Hansen - Bass (Vocal)
Nin Hiles - Tenor (Vocal)
Celia Jacobs - Soprano (Vocal)
Nick Jones - Liner Note Translation, Liner Notes
Arietha Lockhart - Soprano (Vocal)
Robert Lower - Bass (Vocal)
Norman MacKenzie - Director
Paige Mathis - Alto (Vocals)
Sean Mayer - Tenor (Vocal)
Ed Meitner - Engineer
Thomas C. Moore - Editing
James Morrow - Bass (Vocal)
Stephen Ozcomert - Bass (Vocal)
Branda Pruitt - Alto (Vocals)
Lisa Rader - Soprano (Vocal)
Charles Redmon - Tenor (Vocal)
Barbara Pease Renner - Photography
Jack Renner - Engineer
Todd Skrabanek - Accompaniment
Anne-Marie Spalinger - Soprano
Rachel Stewart - Soprano (Vocal)
Gerard Sundberg - Bass (Vocal)
Robert Woods - Producer