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Episode #2683

World of Choral Music

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Tuesday, July 22, 2008

For this New Sounds, listen to choral music from around the world. Hear works from the Republic of Georgia and Corsica, along with the Ensemble Organum. Plus, gorgeous music from UK composer Joby Talbot, and more.

PROGRAM #2683, Sacred Choral Music (First aired on Tuesday, 5/29/07)

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Various artists

Anthology of Chant

C. Orff: Das Wessobrunner Gebet [1:00]

Celestial Harmonies #13125
www.harmonies.com

Various Artists: St. Pantaleimon Chanters

Songs of Survival: Traditional Music of Georgia

Upalo Shegvitskale [4:30]

Topic #935
www.topicrecords.co.uk

Ensemble Organum

Chants Corse

Kyrie Eleison [5:30]

Harmonia Mundi #901495 www.harmoniamundi.com

Tenores Di Bitti

S'amore 'e mama

S'annunziata [5:00]

Real World #62362
www.realworldrecords.com

Various Artists: St. Pantaleimon Chanters

Songs of Survival: Traditional Music of Georgia

Daigvianes [5:00]

See above.

SAVAE

Guadalupe: Virgen de Los Indios

O Virgen Maria [3:00]

Iago #210 ** www.talkingtaco.com

Chanticleer

Sound In Spirit

Jan Gilbert: Grace To You [5:30]

Warner Classics #61941**
www.chanticleer.org *

Joby Talbot

Path of Miracles

Leon [11:30]

Signum #078 www.signumrecords.com

Ensemble Organum

Le Jeu Des Pelerins D'Emmaus

Sedit Angelus [400]

Harmonia Mundi #901347
www.harmoniamundi.com

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Comments [1]

rebecca mark from 06905

what was the very last piano piece played
at the end of that FABULOUS new sounds
program?

Jul. 24 2008 01:31 PM

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