- Marcella DeCray (Harp)
Personnel: Claire Kelm, Elisabeth Engan, Barbara Thornburgh, Janice Cornwell (soprano); Edward Betts, Peter Mendiara, Kevin Ames, Chaz Engan, John Walters (tenor); James Meyer , James Quist, John Conroy, Kevin Freeman (bass voice); Marcella DeCray (harp); Katherine Treiste (flute); Matthew Walsh (organ); The Ringmasters (bells).
Under the direction of Ralph Hopper, the San Francisco Choral Artists have made a charming holiday album with Star of Wonder. Performing a selection of traditional Christmas carols, the choir sounds graceful and powerful, breathing life into these much-recorded songs. Since this is a relatively obscure release, this won't appeal to anyone who isn't a hardcore fan of this vocal style, but those fans will certainly not be disappointed if they seek it out. ~ Rodney Batdorf
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Works DetailsGruber, Franz : Silent Night
- Performer: Marcella DeCray (Harp)
- Conductor: Ralph Hooper
- Ensemble: San Francisco Choral Artists
- Notes: Arranged: Malcolm Sargent
- Running Time: 3 min. 20 sec.
- Period Time: Romantic
- Form: Choral
- Written: 1818
- Language: English
- Studio/Live: Studio