Item Details

Ye Shall Have a Song [sound recording]: Choral Music

by Randall Thompson
Format
Sound Recording; CD
Description
1 sound disc (56 min., 9 sec.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Uniform Title
Choral Music
Publication
Boston, MA : Arsis Audio, p1996.
Publisher no.
CD-103 Arsis
Tracks
  • The Peaceable kingdom. Say ye to the righteous (5:56). Woe unto them (2:25). The noise of a multitude (2:40). Howl ye (2:08). The paper reeds by the brooks (2:30). But these are they (2:45). Have ye not known? (0:51). Ye shall have a song (4:19)
  • Bitter-sweet (3:57)
  • The best of rooms (4:04)
  • Alleluia (5:47)
  • Odes of Horace. O fons Bandusiae (5:19). Vitas Hinnuleo (2:57). Montium custos (2:43). Felices ter (2:34)
  • The last invocation (5:07)
Performers
American Repertory Singers ; Leo Nestor, conductor.
Recording Info
Recorded direct to digital master, June 27-28, October 10, 1995, St. Patrick's Church in the City, Washington, D.C.
Notes
  • Compact disc.
  • Program notes and texts with English translations (15 p. : port.) inserted in container.
Technical Details
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