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National Lutheran Choir
From Light to Light

Song NameComposerArranger
Let Nothing Ever Grieve TheeJohannes Brahms
Sicut CervusGiovanni Palestrina
I Thank You God For Most This Amazing DayEric Whitacre
At The Round Earth's Imagined CornersWilliametta Spencer
Lay Me Low (from Shaker Songs)Kevin Siegfried
Oculus Non ViditRichard DubraJames Rodde
Hope, Faith, LoveEric Whitacre
McKay (from An American Thanksgiving)Carol Barnett
The Lord Bless You And Keep YouPeter C. Lutkin
From Light To Light I - Earth J. Aaron McDermid0-
From Light To Light II - FireJ. Aaron McDermid
From Light To Light III - WaterJ. Aaron McDermid
From Light To Light IV - WindJ. Aaron McDermid
Hold On!Marques Garrett
The Sun Has Gone DownLeland B. Sateren
There Is Sweet MusicRobert Hobby
Deep RiverGerre Hancock
Now All The Wood Are SleepingDavid Cherwien
Concerto for Choir, Movement IIAlfred Schnittke

The 60 mixed-voice National Lutheran Choir, directed by renowned Artistic Director David Cherwien, is "dedicated to strengthening, renewing and preserving the Lutheran heritage of choral music through the highest standards of performance and literature." It performs works from the entire spectrum of sacred choral music, with and without accompaniment. Their rich, diverse repertoire ranges from early chant to new compositions and from simple folk songs to complex choral masterworks. In addition to annual concerts in and around Minneapolis, MN, the Choir tours regularly throughout the United States, commissions new works, produces high quality recordings and is heard over the Minnesota and National Public Radio broadcast networks. "From Light to Light" contains 19 tunes, some favorites are Brahms' "Let Nothing Ever Grieve Thee," Palestrina's "Sicut Cervus," Eric Whitacre's lovely "I thank you God for most this Amazing Day" and "hope, faith, life, love," the traditional Shaker song "Lay Me Low," J. Aaron McDermid's four-part title tune, "From Light to Light I-Earth, II-Fire, III-Water and IV-Wind;" the Negro Spiritual "Hold On!," Robert Hobby's "There is Sweet Music," Gerre Hancock's "Deep River" and Alfred Schnittke's "Concerto for Choir, Movement II." Beautiful a cappella music from one of America's most magnificent Choirs!

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Choral | Mixed | United States

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