American Organist’s Christmas #2051
. . . music for the holiday with a distinctly home-grown flavor.
STEPHEN PAULUS: Hallelu. DAVID ASHLEY WHITE: Hodie Christus natus est –University of St. Thomas Singers/Brady Knapp; Yuri McCoy (1998 Schoenstein/St. Basil’s Chapel, St. Thomas University, Houston, TX) Gothic 49312
DAVID CHERWIEN (arr.): 4 Christmas Carols (On Christmas night; Oh, come little children; It came upon a midnight clear; Joy to the world) –Rachel Brandwein, harp; Sarah Carmack, oboe; National Lutheran Choir; David Cherwien (2003 Reuter/St. Michael’s Lutheran Church, Bloomington, MN) NLC 2019
Filler – HOIBY (see above)
J. WILLIAM GREENE: 3 Christmas Ayres & Dances (Carol Ouverture; Regent Square Harpeggio; Stille Nacht Pastorale) –J. William Greene (Klop trunk organ/Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, Lynchburg, VA) Pro Organo 7281
THEODORE MORRISON: Cantata, Unto us a child is born –Michael Gallant, tenor; University of Michigan Chamber Choir & Detroit Chamber Orchestra/Theodore Morrison; James Kibbie (1955 Aeolian-Skinner/Hill Auditorium, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI) Equilibrium 54
Filler – MARTIN (see above)
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