St. John's Episcopal Cathedral Choir: Sing We Merrily

Track List

>Sing We Merrily unto God Our Strength
>For the Beauty of the Earth, for chorus & orchestra
>Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence for chorus & orchestra/organ
>Tomorrow Shall Be My Dancing Day, for chorus, Op. 75/2
>There is a green hill far away, for chorus & organ
>O Hear Us, Lord
>Greater Love Hath No Man, motet for treble, baritone, chorus & organ
>Loch Lomond, folk song for baritone & male chorus
>Jubilate Deo, for chorus & organ in C major - (Latin)
>Song To the Lamb, A
>Lord Is My Light, for chorus & organ, The
>Warm-up, a round for chorus, bell & scat sounds (used in "Mass")
>What Sweeter Music
>Agnus Dei, for chorus (arr. from 2nd mvt. of String Quartet), Op. 11
>Advent Procession
>Easter Anthem
>And All in the Morning
>Epiphany Alleluias

Album Notes

Personnel: Jean Cioffi (soprano, hurdy-gurdy); Alexis Rutland, Hilary Foote, Shaun Pettine, Quaintance Hawthorne, Marion Steward, Dana Plastino, Anne Quirke, Holly Stein, M. Susan Brown, Patricia Tawnelle, Maureen Sorensson, Sandra Montgomery, Cynthia Templin Moe, Carolyn Jones, Holly Hoxeng, Ann Jones (soprano); Robert W. Atencio, Mario Garcia, Ralph McFadden, Dennis Fisher, Shawn Yeoman, Norman Lane, Glen McGrath, Reverend Steven Thompson, Pieter Aukema, David Huskey, Don Wood (tenor); Nat Jones (baritone, bass voice); Joe Francis, Tom Keyse, Michael Schretzmann, Gregg Fanslau, Adrian Brown, Douglas Foote, Sam Samuelson (bass voice); Alex Komodore (guitar); Eric Plutz (organ); Thomas A. Blomster (glockenspiel, drums, snare drum, tamtam, triangle); Greg Fanselau (drums); Susan Brown (bells, chimes).

Liner Note Author: John Eargle.

Recording information: St. John's Episcopal Cathedral, Denver, CO (05/28/1991-05/30/1991).

Director: Donald Pearson .

Photographer: Javan Bayer.

Unknown Contributor Role: Susan Brown.


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