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Kansas City Chorale

Song NameComposerArranger
Three Mystical CarolsConrad Susa
In the Time of Softest Snow John Carter
Shout the Glad Tidings Ned Rorem
Silent NightMark Johnson
Nativitas Jean Belmont
Love Came Down at ChristmasLeo Sowerby
A Christmas Carol Charles IversPaul C. Echols
Three Shepherd Carols Arnold Freed
The Holy Infant's LullabyNorman Dello Joio
There Is No Rose Joel Martinson
I Saw Three Ships Edwin Fissinger
Sweet Was the Song the Virgin Sung Henry Cowell
"Silent Night" from Three Carols, Op. 20 Kevin Oldham

Directed by Charles Bruffy

A program of Christmas music by American composers, the Kansas City Chorale sings pieces from the late nineteenth century to the present. Composers include Ned Rorem, Norman Dello Joio and Charles Ives. This recording also contains several premier recordings, including "Nativitas" by Jean Belmont. This cycle of eight choral cameos depicts the ceremony of Christmas with texts from the fourth through seventeenth centuries. According to the composer, "The intent in "Nativitas" is to create a musical shape which conveys some of the anticipation, reverence, mysticism and celebration surrounding the Birth of Jesus Christ." This is a great alternative to traditional Christmas recordings.

Item code: 7216C | 1 CD | $15.98 add item to cart
Choral | Some a cappella | Mixed | United States

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