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University Symphony Chorus ; Concert Choir ; Chamber Orchestra

File consists of a program and recording from a concert by the University Symphony Chorus, Concert Choir, and Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Doreen Rao in MacMillan Theatre. The concert featured a performance of Mass for the Prisoners of Conscience by John Burge with soloists Margaret Terry, mezzo soprano ; Russell Braun, baritone ; Arlene Penaranda, treble.

The art of contemporary choral music

File consists of a program and recording from a two-day workshop presented in cooperation with Boddington Music Ltd. and the Ontario Choral Federation. Participants included John Poole, 1990 Wilma and Clifford Smith Visitor in Music; Doreen Rao; University of Toronto Concert Choir; Agincourt Collegiate Senior Choir, directed by Lee Willingham; Earl Haig Concert Choir, directed by Mary Legge; and composers-in-residence John Beckwith and John Burge.

Voices of many lands : University Women's Chorus

File consists of a program and recording of a concert in Walter Hall by the University Women's Chorus, conducted by James Pinhorn.

Program:

  • Cantata no. 37. Herr Gott Vater / J.S. Bach, arr. Doreen Rao
  • Pergolesi suite. Inflammatus et accentus ; Quando corpus / Giovanni Battista Pergolesi, arr. Doreen Rao
  • I'll give my love an apple / arr. Imant Raminsh
  • Fare thee well love / arr. Stuart Calvert
  • The blooming bright star of belle isle / arr. Eleanor Daley.
  • Vestigia ; My heart's friend ; The chariot children / Imant Raminsh
  • Nukapiangwaq / arr. Stephen Hatfield
  • Ya faraoule / arr. Stephen Hatfield.

Faculty reference files

Subseries consists of reference files for various staff and faculty at the University of Toronto Faculty of Music. These files were maintained by the promotions office (primarily by Edith Binnie, promotions officer, 1963-1984) and used in the creation of promotional material, including the Faculty's newsletter. Files include memorandums, correspondence, contracts for performances outside of the Faculty, news clippings about activities at the Faculty, and reports on activities and special projects.

Subseries includes files on the following individuals and ensembles: William Aide, Michael Albano, Amici, Raffi Armenian, John Arpin, Gianetta Baril, Lee Bartel, John Beckwith, Boris Berlin, Melvin Berman, Edith Ann Binnie, Douglas Bodle, Russell Braun, Dennis Brott, Walter Buczynski, James Campbell, Ronald Chandler, Stephen Chenette, Gustav Ciamaga, Martha Collins, Steve Dann, Victor Danchenko, Andrew Dawes, Alex Dean, Bernard Diamant, Daniel Domb, Mark DuBois, John Edwards, David Elliott, Barry Elmes, Robin Engelman, Robert Falck, Victor Feldbrill, Lorand Fenyves, Fenyves-Orloff-Parr Trio, Harry Freedman, Ann Cooper Gay, Rivka Golani, Nicholas Goldschmidt, John Greer, Gryphon Trio, Doreen Hall, Christos Hatzis, John Hawkins, Nancy Hermiston, David Hetherington, Pierre Hetu, Derek Holman, Andrew Hughes, Barney Ingraham, Elmer Iseler Singers, Jacques Israelievitch, Wayne Jeffery, Irene Jessner, Gaynor Jones, Eli Kassner, Talivaldis Kenins, Patricia Kern, James Kippen, Lothar Klein, Zoltan Kodaly, Norbert Kraft, Anton Kuerti, Gary Kulesha, Jeanne Lamon, Rosemarie Landry, Lorne Lofsky, Judy Loman, Che Anne Loewen, Boris Lysenko, Lorna MacDonald, Ernest MacMillan, Rika Maniates, Stacey McCartney, Rob McConnell, Lois McDonall, Timothy McGee, Deborah Milsom, Thomas Monahan, Oskar Morawetz, Carl Morey, Mike Murley, Daniel Neff, Nexus, Phil Nimmons, Harvey Olnick, Orford String Quartet, Vladimir Orloff, Patricia Parr, Dennis Patrick, Roy Patterson, Paul Pedersen, Joel Quarrington, Louis Quilico, Stephen Ralls, Doreen Rao, Erika Raum, Paul Read, Gary Relyea, Godfrey Ridout, Eugene Rittich, Shauna Rolston, George Sawa, Ezra Schabas, Pat Shand, St. Lawrence String Quartet, Nora Shulman, Suzanne Shulman, Pierre Souvairan, Scott St. John, Richard Summers, David Tanner, Ivars Taurins, Colin Tilney, Toronto Consort, Joaquin Valdepenas, Cameron Walter, John Weinzweig, William Wright, David Zafer.

J.S. Bach in the world today with Helmuth Rilling

File consists of photographs from The Bach Festival at the University of Toronto, "J.S. Bach in the World Today," featuring Helmuth Rilling, festival conductor and lecturer, and Doreen Rao, artistic director. Also pictured are Nicholas Goldschmidt, Leo Goldschmidt, Vern Heinrichs, Lydia Adams, and John Polanyi.

Doreen Rao : [photographs]

File includes a photograph of Doreen Rao rehearsing Honegger's Une Cantate de Noel (MacMillan Theatre, December 1988) and a photograph of Rao with Elmer Iseler.

University Symphony Chorus

File consists of a program and recording of a concert by the University Symphony Chorus, conducted by Doreen Rao, with the University Singers Mixed Chorus, conducted by Lee Willingham, and the University Women's Chorus, conducted by Ann Cooper Gay, in Walter Hall.

Program:

  • Psalm 100 / Henrich Schutz (University Singers)
  • Mass in G major / Franz Schubert (University Singers)
  • Salut printemps / Claude Debussy (University Women's Chorus)
  • Ave Maria / Godfrey Ridout (University Women's Chorus)
  • Psalm 121 / Imant Raminsh (University Women's Chorus)
  • Though Philomena lost her love / Thomas Morley (University Women's Chorus)
  • Fly not so fast / John Ward (University Women's Chorus)
  • Madrigal / Robert Fleming (University Women's Chorus)
  • Castles of sand / Veronika J. Krausas (University Women's Chorus)
  • Drink to me only / arr. Jonathan Willcocks (University Women's Chorus)
  • Black is the colour of my true love's hair / arr. Owen Goldsmith (University Women's Chorus)
  • The Shenandoah blues / David J. Elliott (University Women's Chorus)
  • Quebec May / Jean Coulthard (University Symphony Chorus).

University of Toronto Concert Choir

File consists of a program and recording from a concert by the Concert Choir, conducted by Doreen Rao, in Walter Hall.

Program:

  • Non vos relinquam orphanos / William Byrd
  • Ave verum corpus
  • Sing joyfully
  • Locus iste / Anton Bruckner
  • Ave Maria
  • Mass in G major, BWV 236 / J.S. Bach
  • Music, spread thy voice around / G.F. Handel
  • Lullaby / Imant Raminsh
  • In the arms of Morpheus / John Weinzeig (world premiere)
  • Orkney lullaby / Donna Gartman Schultz
  • Cantate pour une joie. A cry for joy / Pierre Mercure
  • Four love song waltzes / Johannes Brahms
  • Serenade to music / Ralph Vaughan Williams
  • Candide. Make our garden grow / Leonard Bernstein.

University of Toronto Symphony Orchestra

File consists of a program and recording of a concert by the University of Toronto Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Michel Tabachnik, with the University Symphony Chorus, conducted by Doreen Rao, in MacMillan Theatre.

Progam:

  • Quebec May / Jean Coulthard
  • Concerto for violin and orchestra / William Walton
  • Symphony no. 7 in A major, op. 92 / Ludwig van Beethoven
  • Schicksalslied, op. 54 / Johannes Brahms

Choral music on campus : Concert choir

File consists of a program from a concert by the Concert Choir, conducted by Doreen Rao, in a special presentation for the University of Toronto Alumni Association in the Torel Room. The choir was accompanied by Janko Kastelic and Ruth Watson Henderson, piano.

Program:

  • Sing joyfully / William Byrd
  • Solomon. Music, spread thy voice around / G.F. Handel
  • Orkney lullaby / Donna Gartman Schultz
  • Four love song waltzes / Johannes Brahms
  • Cantate pour une joie. A cry for joy / Pierre Mercure (Katerina Papadolios, soprano)
  • Candide. Make our garden grow / Leonard Bernstein (Lisa Lindo, soprano ; Alexandra Newland, mezzo-soprano ; James Pinhorn Tenor ; Marcos Pujol, bass).

University Symphony Chorus

File consists of a program and recording of the University Symphony Chorus, High Park Girls' Choir, University of Toronto Concert Choir, Royal Conservatory Children's Choir, and University of Toronto Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Doreen Rao, with the University Singers Women's Chorus, conducted by Ann Cooper Gay with Ruth Watson Henderson, piano, and the University Singers, conducted by Lee Willingham with Gordon Steinberg, piano. The concert took place in MacMillan Theatre.

Program:

  • De Sancta Maria. O viridissima virga / Hildegard of Bingen (University Singers Women's Chorus)
  • Five carols / Peter Maxwell Davies (University Singers Women's Chorus)
  • Dolcissima Maria / Gioacchino Rossini (University Singers Women's Chorus)
  • Songs of the nativity / Ruth Watson Henderson (University Singers Women's Chorus)
  • O quam gloriosum est regnum / Tomas Luis de Victoria (University Singers)
  • Ave Maria / Jacques Arcadelt (University Singers)
  • Exultate Deo / Alessandro Scarlatti (University Singers)
  • The glory of the Father / Egil Hovland (University Singers)
  • All poor men and humble / arr. Dr. Caradog Roberts (University Singers)
  • O little one / arr. J.S. Bach (University Singers)
  • Lirum, lirum / Thomas Morley (University Singers)
  • Noel nouvelet / arr. John Rutter (University Singers)
  • Une cantate de Noel / Arthur Honegger (University Symphony Chorus, High Park Girls' Choir, University of Toronto Concert Choir, Royal Conservatory Children's Choir, and University of Toronto Symphony Orchestra).

University of Toronto Concert Choir

File consists of a program and recording of a concert by the Concert Choir, conducted by Doreen Rao, in Walter Hall.

Program:

  • A boy was born / Benjamin Britten
  • The Christ-Child / Gordon Binkerd (Leslie McGinnis, harp)
  • Lobet den Herrn, Motet VI. Alleluia / Johann Sebastian Bach
  • Hodie, Christus natus est / Healey WIllan
  • Sing, my soul, to God / Thomas Weelkes
  • Jubilate Deo / William Walton (Janko Kastelic, piano)
  • In terra pax. Christmas scene / Gerald Finzi (Catherine Simpson, soprano ; Brett Polegato, baritone)
  • Une cantate de Noel. Laudate dominum / Arthur Honegger (Janko Kastelic, piano)
  • Magnificat / Imant Raminsh (Lori Klassen, mezzo soprano ; Janko Kastelic, piano).

Concert choir salutes Robert Shaw

File consists of a program from a concert by the Concert Choir, conducted by Doreen Rao, at the Canadian Club, Royal York Hotel.

Program:

  • Le crie de joie / Pierre Mercure
  • Orkney lullaby / Donna Gartman Schultz
  • Make our garden grow / Leonard Bernstein.

St. Nicolas / Benjamin Britten

File consists of an announcement for and recording of a production of St. Nicolas by Benjamin Britten by Glyn Evans, tenor, the University Symphony Orchestra and Chorus, and the Claude Watson School for the Arts elementary choir, conducted by Doreen Rao.

Concert Choir : A Saint Cecilia day tribute to Benjamin Britten

File consists of a program from a concert by the Concert Choir, conducted by Doreen Rao, at Knox College Chapel.

Program:

  • Fanfare for St. Edmundsbury / Benjamin Britten
  • Lay a garland / R.L. de Pearsall
  • Ode for St. Cecilia's day / Henry Purcell
  • A.M.D.G. Ad majorem Dei gloriam / Benjamin Britten (Canadian premiere)
  • Hymn to St. Cecilia / Benjamin Britten
  • The world is charged with the grandeur of God / Arthur Bliss
  • A child of our time. Deep river ; Steal away ; Nobody knows / Michael Tippett.

University of Toronto Symphony Orchestra

File consists of a program and recording of a concert by the University of Toronto Symphony Orchestra, directed by Michel Tabachnik, and the University Symphony Chorus, directed by Doreen Rao, in MacMillan Theatre.

Program:

  • Egmont overture / Ludwig van Beethoven
  • Piano concerto no. 1, op. 10 in D-flat major / Sergei Prokofiev (Grace Kim, piano)
  • Symphony of psalms / Igor Stravinsky (University Symphony Chorus ; Carol Isaacs and Carolyn Maule, pianos)
  • Choral fantasy, op. 80 / Ludwig van Beethoven (Shelagh Tyreman, Lori Klassen, sopranos ; Pamela MacDonald, alsto ; Greg Carpenter, Mark McCallen, tenor ; Brett Polegato, baritone ; Jennifer Francis, piano ; University Symphony Chorus).

Choral music on campus

File contains a program and recording of a concert in MacMillan Theatre.

Performers: University Women's Chorus ; Ann Cooper Gay, conductor ; University Symphony Chorus and Orchestra ; Claude Watson School for the Arts Choir ; Glyn Evans, tenor ; Doreen Rao, conductor.

Program:

  • Magnificat / Donald Patriquin
  • Salvator mundi / William Mathias
  • Saint Nicolas, op. 42 / Benjamin Britten.

Symphony Orchestra and Symphony Chorus

File consists of a program and recording from a concert by the Symphony Orchestra, guest conducted by Pierre Hetu, and the Symphony Chorus, directed by Doreen Rao, in MacMillan Theatre.

Program:

  • Regina coeli, K. 276/ W.A. Mozart (Maria Antonakos, soprano ; Diana Kim, mezzo-soprano ; Greg Carpenter, tenor ; Gary Brown, baritone ; Rosemary Thomson, conductor)
  • Venite populi, K. 260 (248a) / W.A. Mozart (Fabio Mastrangelo, conductor)
  • Litaniae lauretanae BMV, K. 195 / W.A. Mozart (Shelagh Tyreman, soprano ; Vanessa Grant, mezzo soprano ; Timothy Stiff, tenor ; Randall Jakobsh, baritone ; Jeremy Hughes, conductor).
  • Concerto no. 4 in G major for piano and orchestra, op. 58 / Ludwig van Beethoven (Guy Lalime, piano)
  • Symphonie fantastique / Hector Berlioz.

Concert Choir

File consists of a program and recording from a concert by the Concert Choir, conducted by Doreen Rao, in Knox College Chapel.

Program:

  • West Side Story. Choral selections / Leonard Bernstein
  • Magnificat / John Burge
  • Magnificat / Imant Raminsh (Diana Kim, mezzo-soprano).

Choral music on campus : University Symphony Chorus ; University of Toronto Symphony Orchestra

File consists of a program and recording from a concert by the University Symphony Chorus and University of Toronto Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Doreen Rao, with special guests, the Royal Conservatory Children's Choir, directed by Rosemary Thomson, in MacMillan Theatre.

Program:

  • God bless the master / arr. Ralph Vaughan Williams
  • Dormi dormi / arr. Mary Goetze
  • The virgin Mary had a baby boy
  • Messiah / George Frideric Handel (Sharla Nafziger, soprano ; Diana Kim, mezzo-soprano ; Nils Brown, tenor ; Randall Jakobsh, bass).

Choral music on campus : Concert choir

File consists of a program and recording from a concert by the Concert Choir, conducted by Doreen Rao, in Knox College Chapel.

Program:

  • Sing joyfuslly! / William Byrd
  • Venite, populi, KV 260 (248a) / Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
  • Mass for prisoners of conscience. Sanctus / John Burge
  • Mass for double chorus. Agnus Dei / Frank Martin
  • Magnificat. Gloria / Imant Ramnishs (Diana Kim, mezzo soprano ; Leslie Dala, piano)
  • Cantate pour une joie / Pierre Mercure (Katerina Papadolis, soprano)
  • L'enfant et sles sortileges. The bewitched child / Maurice Rave
  • Une cantate de noel. Laudate dominum / Arthur Honegger (Tim Birtch, trumpet ; Leslie Dala, organ)
  • If music be the food of love / Jean Belmont
  • The birds / Benjamin Britten
  • A choral symphony. The hour has come / Srul Irving Glick
  • Songs of a prospector / Steven Chatman (conducted by student conductors Mark Huang, Barbara Hannigan, Linda Traversy, Alexa Wing, and Dean Jobin-Bevans ; Leslie Dala, piano) (Toronto premiere).

The University of Toronto Chamber Singers and Chamber Orchestra

File consists of a program and recording of a lecture-demonstration by the University of Toronto Chamber Singers and Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Doreen Rao, of selections from an all-Mozart concert that was performed at St. Thomas' Anglican Church in Toronto and Lincoln Center, New York City, as part of the Mozart Bicentennial "the Masses-in-Concert" series.

Choral music on campus

File consists of a program from a concert in MacMillan Theatre.

Program:

  • Brass salute (University Brass Quintet: Jason Czuba, Jane MacKay, John Balsillie, Paul Bird, Scott Harrison)
  • University Chorus, directed by James Pinhorn:
    • I wonder as I wander / arr. Keith Bissell
    • Veni, veni Emmanuel / arr. Zoltan Kodaly
    • Ding dong merrily on high / arr. Keith Bissell (James Pinhorn, director ; David Jones, piano)
  • University Women's Chorus, directed by Ann Cooper Gay:
    • Hodie / Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina
    • The nightingale / Thomas Weelkes
    • Deck the halls / arr. John Rutter (Ann Cooper Gay, director)
  • University Symphony Chorus, directed by Doreen Rao:
    • A boy was born / Benjamin Britten
    • Virga Jesse / Anton Bruckner
    • Hodie Christus natus est / Jan Pieters Zoon Sweelinck
    • Lullaby for the Christ child / Ruth Watson Henderson (Rebecca Whelan, soprano)
    • Light one candle / Peter Yarrow, arr. R. DeCormier (Doreen Rao, director ; George Brough, piano)
  • Combined choirs, brass, and audience:
    • O come all ye faithful / arr. Derek Holman
    • Hark! the Herald angels sing / arr. Derek Holman
    • Deck the halls / arr. Derek Holman
  • Messiah / George Frideric Handel (Doreen Rao, director ; Shelagh Tyreman, soprano ; Vilma Vitols, alto ; Torin Chiles, tenor ; Randall Jakobsh, bass).

Messiah sing

File consists of a recording of a concert by the University Symphony Chorus with members of the Hart House Orchestra and the University of Toronto Symphony, conducted by Doreen Rao, in MacMillan Theatre.

The University Symphony Chorus and The Contemporary Music Ensemble

File consists of a program and recording of a concert by the University Symphony Chorus, conducted by Doreen Rao, and the Contemporary Music Ensemble, conducted by Pierre Hetu and Gary Kulesha, in MacMillan Theatre.

Program:

  • Quartino / Henryk Gorecki
  • With how sad steps / Owen Underhill
  • An island in the moon / David Bedford
  • Cosmopolitan suite / Chan Ka Nin
  • The unanswered question / Charles Ives
  • Songs of the lights / Imant Raminsh
  • Shaman songs / Gary Kulesha.

Brahms : A German requiem

File consists of a program from a performance by the University Symphony Chorus and Orchestra, conducted by Doreen Rao, of Brahms' A German Requiem, in MacMillan Theatre, with soloists Diana Kim, soprano and Russell Braun, baritone.

The University of Toronto Chamber Singers and Chamber Orchestra

File consists of a program from a concert by the University of Toronto Chamber Singers, conducted by Doreen Rao, and the University of Toronto Chamber Orchestra, as part of the Mozart Bicentennial at the Lincoln Centre.

Program:

  • O Gottes Lamm, K. 343 / Mozart (Teresa Dunn, soprano)
  • Als aus Aegypten, K. 343 / Mozart (Stacey Fraser, soprano)
  • Kommet her, ihr frechen Sunder, K. 146 / Mozart (Barbara Hannigan, soprano)
  • Symphony no. 29 in A, K. 201
  • Mass in C, K. 317 / Mozart (Sharla Nafziger, soprano ; Diana Kim, mezzo soprano ; Mark McCallen, tenor ; Christopher Ryan, bass).

Chamber Singers

File consists of a program and recording of a concert by the Chamber Singers, conducted by Doreen Rao, in Walter Hall.

Program:

  • Motet I, BWV 225. Singet dem Herrn ein neues Lied / J.S. Bach (Leslie Dala, organ)
  • Chichester psalms / Leonard Bernstein (Geoffrey Sangwine, countertenor ; Harbara Hannigin, soprano ; Nanette Masson, mezzo soprano ; Mark McCallen, tenor ; Julia Seager, harp ; Christopher Ryan, bass ; Craig Hunter, percussion ; Leslie Dala, piano)
  • Shakespeare songs / William Mathias (Leslie Dala, piano).

University Women's Chorus

File consists of a program and recording from a concert in Victoria College Chapel by the University Women's Chorus, directed by Ann Cooper Gay.

Program:

  • O holy fire / Bruce Nicol (world premiere)
  • Motet, op. 39, no. 1. Veni, domine / Felix Mendelssohn
  • Dixit dominus / Baldassare Galuppi
  • Songs of the lights, Set II. White feathers / Imant Raminsh
  • Wind / Bernhard Heiden
  • La liberazione di Ruggiero dall'isola d'Alcina. Aure volanti / Francesca Caccini
  • Velvet shoes / Louise Murchison Evans
  • In Springtime / Janet Stensaas
  • Poor man Lazrus / arr. Jester Hairston
  • Bolyongas / Bela Bartok
  • On suuri sun rantas autius / Matti Hyokki
  • Dodi li / Nira Chen, arr. Doreen Rao
  • A ghaoth andeas! / arr. Errol Gay.

A festival of Glorias

File consists of a program and a recording of a concert in MacMillan Theatre by the University Symphony Chorus, University Women's Chorus (directed by Ann Cooper Gay), Chamber Singers, and members of the University of Toronto Orchestra, Brass Quintet, and Percussion, conducted by Doreen Rao.

Program:

  • Gloria / Ruth Watson Henderson (world premiere)
  • Songs of the great land / David Bowser (world premiere)
  • Concerto no. 6. Gloria / Dmytro Bortnianski
  • Gloria / Imant Raminsh (Toronto premiere).

University of Toronto Chamber Singers

File consists of a program and a recording of a concert by the Chamber Singers, conducted by Doreen Rao, with guest artist Robert Aitken, flute in Walter Hall.

Program:

  • Gloria / Dominick Argento
    Laudamus te / Antonio Vivaldi
  • Quoniam - Cum sancto spiritu / Imant Raminsh
  • The fluteplayer / John Burge (Canadian premiere)
  • Liebeslieder waltzes, op. 52 / Johannes Brahms
  • Spirit of the dead / Larysa Kuzmenko
  • At the river ; Simple gifts ; The promise of living / Aaron Copland
  • Precious Lord, take may hand / Thomas A. Dorsey, arr. Arnold Seirei.

Northern lights

File consists of a program and recording of a concert by the University of Toronto Chamber Singers, conducted by Doreen Rao, in Victoria College Chapel and Walter Hall.

Program:

  • Nukapianquak / adapted by Stephen Hatfield
  • Two Innuit songs / Sid Robinovitch
  • Shaman songs / Gary Kulesha
  • Regina coeli, KV 267 / W.A. Mozart
  • The garden of Seraglio / Wilhelm Stenhammar
  • Who can sail? / arr. Agnestig
  • Domaredansen / arr. Hallberg
  • Shout the glad tidings / Ned Rorem
  • Gloria / Thomas Weelkes
  • Gloria / Imant Raminsh
  • Gloria / Dominick Argento
  • Songs of South Africa / Traditional (Kathy Armstrong, guest artist).

Carmina burana

File consists of a program and recording of a production of Carmina Burana by Carl Orff, as performed by the University of Toronto Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Dwight Bennett; the University Symphony Chorus and MacMillan Singers, directed by Doreen Rao; the University Women's Chorus and Lord Roberts Jr. Public School Chorus, directed by James Pinhorn; and the York Region Children's Chorus, directed by Cathy Cassel, with Gary Brown, baritone; Erika Tanner, soprano; Dean Kustra, countertenor. The performance took place in MacMillan Theatre.

The MacMillan Singers : Celebrate the legacy

File consists of a program from a concert by the MacMillan Singers, conducted by Doreen Rao, with guests Elmer Iseler, Derek Holman, and James Maben, in MacMillan Theatre.

Program:

  • God save the Queen / arr. Sir Ernest MacMillan
  • Ave Maria / Imant Raminsh
  • Three motets, op. 38 / Charles Villiers Stanford
  • Motet V, Komm, Jesu komm / Johann Sebastian Bach
  • Missa brevis / Leonard Bernstein
  • If music be the food of love / Jean Belmont
  • The present time. Selections / Derek Holman
  • Magic songs / R. Murray Schafer
  • St. John's song / Veljo Tormis
  • God bless the master / Ralph Vaughan Williams
  • De mornin' come / arr. Wendell Whalum
  • Amazing grace
  • Song of deliverance / Sir Ernest MacMillan.
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