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Episode #2960

New Choral Music

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Thursday, October 07, 2010

Listen to ethereal choral music on this New Sounds program from Latvia and Ireland.  Hear Latvian sacred music performed by the innovative State Choir Latvija. 

There's also music from Irish composer Deirdre McKay, who has composed works for the very same Latvian State Choir.   Plus, music from the Irish choir Anuna, and music from Jan Garbarek and the Hilliard Ensemble's chart-topping classic, "Officium."

PROGRAM # 2960, Choral music (First aired on July 15, 2009)

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Dierdre McKay

Contemporary Music from Ireland, Vol. 8

Dieppe, excerpt [1:30]

CMC CD08
www.cmc.ie

Jan Garbarek

Officium

Christobal de Morales: Parce mihi domine, 1

ECM 2516
www.ecmrecords.com

State Choir of Latvija

Passion and Resurrection

Eriks Esenvalds - Passion and Resurrection: 1

VAK 0601 Valsts Akademiskais koris Latvija
www.choirlatvija.lv

Dierdre McKay

Contemporary Music from Ireland, Vol. 8

Dieppe [5:05]

See above.

Anuna

Sanctus

Nobilis Humilis, arr. M. McGlynn [5:08]

Danu 25
www.anuna.ie

State Choir of Latvija

Passion and Resurrection

Rihards Dubra –Te Deum [14:32]

See above.

Jan Garbarek

Officium

Christobal de Morales: Parce mihi domine, 2

See above.

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Comments [3]

Dainis Bušmanis from Riga, Latvia

Correct web adress for Latvian choir recordings.
http://www.choirlatvija.lv/ieraksti.asp?pageId=279

Oct. 09 2010 10:34 AM

Dear Rachel,

You can listen again. By 11AM, we'll have last night's audio available as an on-demand archive. Wait for it...

-New Sounds Assistant Producer,
Caryn H

Oct. 08 2010 10:39 AM
rachel from nyc

really beautiful program...I am not generally a lover of Choral music but this was really special. Thank you. Want to listen to the whole program again!

Oct. 08 2010 12:33 AM

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