Women’s Voices #2210
. . . women composers and performers share their special insights.
ANGELA KRAFT CROSS: 3 Pieces (Eternal Oasis; Elegy-Fanfare; Let the little children come to me) –Angela Kraft Cross (2002 Dobson/Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels, Los Angeles, CA) Compass Audio 7201
BRENDA PORTMAN: Aspects of Light (premiere) –Kola Owolabi (2022 Pasi/St. George’s Episcopal Churcb, Arlington, VA) PD Archive (2/11/22)
CAROL WILLIAMS: Jubilate Deo, Op. 29 –Carol Williams (2019 Whitsel-Viscount/St. Thomas Aquinas Church, Charlotttesville, VA) Melcot Music 0023
REGINA HARRIS BAOICCHI: Doxology. MARY BETH BENNETT: Toccata (Credo III) –Sarah Simko (1992 Pilzecker/St. Paul Cathedral, Detroit, MI) Living Voices 1001
Filler – (see above)
RACHEL LAURIN: Quatre Pelerinages en Loraine, Op. 39 –Rachel Laurin (1903-1957 Casavant/Cathedrale Saint-Jean l’Evangeliste, Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Quebec, Canada) RL 292392
KAREN BLACK: Reflection (Brightest Days) –Karen Black (1996 Dobson/Wartburg College Chapel, Waverly, IA) Arsis 189
PATRICK GOWERS: An Occasional Trumpet Voluntary. NADIA BOULANGER: Improvisation #3. KERENSA BRIGGS: Light in Darkness. CHERYL FRANCES-HOAD: Taking your leave –Anna Lapwood (1908-2001 Harrison/Ely Cathedral, England) Signum 688
Filler – BENNETT (see above)
As further evidence of skill and perseverance, you may find these additional programs interesting:
Some Women Who Cook (#8736)
Women’s Work - 1 (#0009)
Women’s Work - 2 (#0309)
She’s Done It (#0730)
Ladies First (#1009)
Women At Work (#1301)
Women Work - 1 (#1333)
Women Work - 2 (#2009)
Women Working (#2033)
Women First (#2109)
Also enjoy further works by Rachel Laurin: (#1241) and Karen Black at Wartburg College (#9808).
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