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Concordia Choir
Savior of the Nations

Song NameComposer
Opening
Sua GanRene Clausen
Fantasia on "The King Shall Come"Rene Clausen
Celebration Collage
Let All the Nations Be Gathered TogetherJean Berger
Rejoice, Rejoice, Believers
Circle DanceRene Clausen
Our FatherAlexander Gretchaninov
People, Look East
Climb to the Top of the Highest MountainCarolyn Jennings
That Yonge ChildDaniel Nelson
What Sweeter MusicElanor Daley
A La Nanita Nana
Lux ArumqueEric Whittacre
Light One Candle to Watch for Messiah
Silent Night
Noel
Hodie, Chirstus Natus EstGiovanni Palestrina
Kling, Glockchen, Kling!
The Carol of the DanceNoel Goemanne
Ding, Dong! Merrily on High
And God Shall Wipe Away All TearsPaul J. Christiansen
Pie JesuAndrew Lloyd Weber
Psalm 150Alberto Ginastera
Compline

Directed by Rene Clausen

Dr. Rene Clausen conducts The Concordia Choir; Bruce Houglum directs The Concordia Orchestra, Michael Smith The Concordia Chapel Choir, Mannerchor and Cantabile, and Dr. Charlette Moe, Bel Canto in this wonderful Christmas Concert from 2008 at Moorhead, Minnesota's Concordia College. At the nationally renowned Concordia School of Music, students can participate in 17 music organizations. There are 25 cuts here, some all instrumental, like Rene Clausen's Fantasia on "The King Shall Come," some accompanied, like "Rejoice, Rejoice, Believers;" and some a cappella, like "Celebration Collage, Heleluyan, Glory to God, Glory in the Highest, Alleluia." There are some traditional carols such as "Silent Night" and Ding Dong! Merrily on High," and some lovely, less-familiar tunes like Carolyn Jennings' "Climb to the Top of the Highest Mountain," Daniel Nelson's "That Yonge Child," Eleanor Daly's "What Sweeter Music," Eric Whitacre's "Lux Arumque," "Noel" (sung in traditional Kituban dialect), and the German carol, "Kling, Glockchen, Kling!" "Savior of the Nations-Come" is a magnificent collection of well-chosen, beautifully-performed Christmas music that will surprise and delight you!

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Choral | Some a cappella | Mixed | 5 x 8 | United States


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