The Valparaiso University Chorale - Traditions: Hymns, Motets, And Folk Songs download album
- Album: Traditions: Hymns, Motets, And Folk Songs
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A performance of "Verleih uns Frieden genadiglich" (Schütz) by the Valparaiso University Chorale (Christopher M. Cock, conductor) during the 2004 ACDA.
In addition to the national and international appearances by Chorale, the ensemble boasts in their repertoire a number of recordings which include: Traditions: Hymns, Motets, and Folk Songs (1998); The Lutheran Chorale with Paul Manz (2000); Christ Child: Songs of the Nativity (2001); In Paradisum (2003); As it is in Heaven (2006); amazing day (2008); O My Soul (2010); and Star Still Guiding. The Valparaiso University Chorale has received significant critical acclaim
1 I Will Arise And Go To Jesus 2 The Hills Are Bare At Bethlehem 3 God Is Seen 4 Wondrous Love 5 Hark, I Hear The Harps Eternal 6 Lo, How A Rose E'er Blooming 7 Das Ist Ein Köstliches Ding 8 Nun Lob, Mein Seel, Den Herren 9 Komm, Jesu, Komm 10 O Verbum Patris 11 Laus Trinitati 12 Nunc. Gaudeant 13 El Paño 14 Con Amores, La Mi Madre 15 Natufurahi.
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Album · 2015 · 16 Songs. Mass in G Minor: Credo (Live). By Ralph Vaughan Williams - Valparaiso University Chorale & Christopher M. Cock. 4. Organ Interlude (Live). By Anonymous - Dr. Melissa Plamann. Mass in B Minor, BWV 232, Pt.
Traditional folk songs were often sung unaccompanied, but sometimes a fiddle or other instrument provided an accompaniment. The collector of the songs in the book was Sabine Baring-Gould, a clergyman who was interested in English folk music. His work is a valuable contribution to our present knowledge. The song about Tom Pearce's mare likely originated in the early to mid 1800s. Since it told a story about a real fair, a real moor and possibly real people, it's easy to imagine that it held the interest of the people in the area
Quatre motets pour un temps de pénitence (Four Penitential Motets), FP 97, are four sacred motets composed by Francis Poulenc in 1938–39. He wrote them on Latin texts for penitence, scored for four unaccompanied voices. The four motets are: Timor et tremor. Tenebrae factae sunt. Tristis est anima mea. The text for the first motet, Timor et tremor (Great fear and trembling), combines verses from psalms 54 and 30, which Orlando de Lassus had also set as a motet.
A chorale is usually a simple and catchy melody to which a hymn is sung by soprano singers with a congregation, while the three lower voices provide the harmony. The church reformer Martin Luther (1483-1546) advocated the use of hymns sung in German during services and himself translated texts from Latin so that the people could understand them and participate. This created an immediate need for a large repertoire of new chorales. Today, many of the Lutheran chorales are familiar as hymns used in Protestant churches, sung in four-voice harmony. When he worked as an organist, J. S. Bach’s duties included accompanying congregational singing, and he was familiar with the Lutheran hymns. Chorale harmonizations can also be found in Bach's motets and in his Notebook for Anna Magdalena Bach. Almost all of the melodies of these chorales are not by Bach but go back to older sources.
Motets and Chorales for Pentecost Festival. Pentecost Festival: Cantatas, Chorales, Motets, etc. William Hoffman wrote (May 24, 2015): Bach’s Pentecost Festival odyssey for the birth of the Christian Church proves to be one of uniformity, complexity, diversity and practicality - and even some repetition. While not as extensive as the three-day Christmas Festival but much more so than the three-day Easter Festival, Bach’s
|1||I Will Arise And Go To Jesus|
|2||The Hills Are Bare At Bethlehem|
|3||God Is Seen|
|5||Hark, I Hear The Harps Eternal|
|6||Lo, How A Rose E'er Blooming|
|7||Das Ist Ein Köstliches Ding|
|8||Nun Lob, Mein Seel, Den Herren|
|9||Komm, Jesu, Komm|
|10||O Verbum Patris|
|14||Con Amores, La Mi Madre|
|15||Natufurahi Siku Ya Leo|
- Conductor – Christopher M. Cock
- Vocals – The Valparaiso University Chorale