1968 Harrison at King's College Chapel, Cambridge, England
1968 Harrison at King's College Chapel, Cambridge, England

In Every Corner Sing! #1538

…raising the roof with soulful and sonorous scores for choirs, congregations, solo singers and organs.

Hour 1

WILLIAM WALTONM: Antiphon Polyphony (chorus); The Wallace Collection (brass)/Stephen Layton, conductor; James Vivian (1892 Willis/Hereford Cathedral, England) Hyperion 67330

GEORGE DYSON: PraiseKing’s College Choir/Stephen Cleobury, director; Parker Ramsey (1968 Harrison/King’s College Chapel, Cambridge, England) Kings 004

ASHEIM & BERNTSEN: Lord God, with praise we comeAnne Lise Berntsen, mezzo-soprano; Nils Henrik Asheim (1787 Holzhey/Weissenau Abbey, Germany) Kirkelig Kulturverksted 136

ZOLTAN KODALY: Laudes OrganiMendelssohn Club of Philadelphia/Alan Harler, conductor; Michael Stairs (2006 Dobson/Verizon Hall, Philadelphia, PA) Pipedreams Archive (r. 10/25/13)

DOMINICK ARGENTO: Let all the world in every corner sing –1980 AGO Convention Chorus/Philip Brunelle, conductor; John Ferguson, organist. McNEIL ROBINSON: Festival Improvisation on a Theme of Dominick Argento –McNeil Robinson (1963 Casavant/Central Lutheran Church, Minneapolis, MN) Pipedreams Archive (r. 6/18/1980)

Hour 2

JAMES MacMILLAN: A New SongChoir of Westminster Cathedral/Martin Baker, director; Peter Stevens (1961 Holtkamp/St. John’s Abbey Church, Collegeville, MN) Pipedreams Archive (r. 10/23/11)

RICHARD PROULX: Let all the world in every corner sing –Cathedral Singers/Richard Proulx, conductor; Lawrence Tremsky, organ. New Life 405

KENNETH LEIGHTON: Let all the world in every corner singKing’s College Choir/Stephen Cleobury, conductor; Christopher Hughes (1968 Harrison/King’s College Chapel, Cambridge, England) EMI 54418

PHILIP MOORE: Listen to the song of childrenCathedral Choristers/Maxine Thevenot, director; Edmund Connolly (2002 Reuter/Cathedral of St. John, Albuquerque, NM) Raven 954

JOHN McCABE: 2 Carol Preludes (Es sungen drei Engel; Gen Himmel aufgefahren ist) –Tom Winpenny (1962-2009 Harrison/St. Alban’s Cathedral, England) Resonus 10144

MAX REGER: O dass ich tausen Zungen hätte, Op. 135a, no. 19; Dir, dir Jehova will ich singen, Op. 67, no. 7 –Rosalinde Haas (1983 Albiez/Mutter vom Guten Rat, Frankfurt-Niederrad, Germany) Dabringhaus & Grimm 3351 & 3355

TRADITIONAL: Hymn, Weisse Flaggen (When the morning stars together) — Andrew Kotylo, organ. TOM TRENNY: Improvisation on Weisse FlaggenBirmingham-First Chamber Choir/Tom Trenny (2009 Nichols & Simpson/1st Presbyterian Church, Birmingham, MI) Pipedreams Archive (r. 6/20/09)

CARL GLASER (arr. Swann): O, for a thousand tongues to singThallander Foundation Festival Chorus; Frederick Swann (2003 Dobson/Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels, Los Angeles, CA) MTF 5511

STERLING PROCTER (arr.): Come Christians, join to sing –Festival Choir and Brass/David Keith, director; Albert Travis (1996 Casavant/Broadway Baptist Church, Fort Worth, TX) Resmiranda 8068

WILLIAM MATHIAS: Hymn-anthem, Let all the world in every corner sing –AGO Festival Chorus/Margaret Mueller, conductor; John Mueller (1988 Schlicker/Peachtree Presbyterian Church, Atlanta, GA) Pipedreams Archive (r. 6/30/92)