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In Memoriam Einojuhani Rautavaara

August 31, 2016 -

Going Beyond Words w/ Stan Schmidt Show 2242 – In Memoriam Einojuhani Rautavaara This week on ACDA Radio, host Stan Schmidt invites you to a special

Looking for a remotely unknown, lush accompanied SATB piece for advanced high school choir. Thanks. ... See MoreSee Less

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Ben HutchensEsenvalds - northern lights. "Accompanied" by tuned water glasses and handchimes. Really SSAATTBB a cappella. My kids absolutely loved it.

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Jared WilliamsAcross the vast eternal sky, Ola gjeilo. It's incredible

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Samuel Reed Carter IVAnything by Elaine Hagenberg. She is, without a doubt, my favorite choral composer. Her accompaniments are incredible and her choral writing is exquisite. "I Will Be a Child of Peace" is my favorite.

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Tina KuhlmanMeridian, Ola Gjeilo

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Deborah StephensNo no no Tota Pulchra Es Maria is the best Ola Gjeilo

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Gerald Gurss"You Raise Me Up" arr. Teena Chin. JK!!! 😉

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Ian LoeppkyRobinovitch's Noche de lluvia youtu.be/4wlirwaIBJw

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Peter RutenbergIf you want to go retro, Dello Joio's mid-century tours de force A Jubilant Song and Song of the Open Road with killer piano are largely forgotten. Great poetry too.

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Jo-Michael ScheibeGreat suggestions, Peter.. Also Dello Joio's Bluebird...

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Susan J YoungJenny by Nick Meyers and Ryan Kerr, Lawson/Gould SATB, the text is astounding!!

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Gerald GurssCheck out John Conahan's "Pie Jesu"

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Joseph Eunkwan ChoiGloria by Keith Christopher. Check it out.

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Andrea RamseyI'm a fan of this one. Ridiculously lush Mulholland. "Fare Thee Well Love" youtu.be/_VIt0Hd_vAQ

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Doug HelveringI have a setting of Serenade to Music with piano and oboe for SSA. Recording on my website.

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Eliza RubensteinBrahms is hardly an unknown, but he wrote a great many lush accompanied choral works that aren't performed nearly often enough.

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Representing their second Classical Movements tour, the girls of Young Adelaide Voices treble choir completed a very successful tour of Munich, Salzburg, Vienna, and Bratislava. With festival performances in Salzburg, including in the legendary Groβer Saal of the Mozarteum, and in Bratislava, where in addition to multiple performances the choir came home with three gold medals, the girls also enjoyed impromptu pop-up performances in each city, as a chance to hone their repertoire and delight the locals and tourists who happened upon them. Other high points include a post-Mass performance in Munich’s famous Frauenkirche, a concert in the atrium of Vienna’s high-tech Haus der Muisk, and a custom tour of the salt mines of Hallstatt outside of Salzburg.

 

Munich Royal Residence

Perfect perspective to admire the ceiling of the Royal Residence in Munich.

Mozarteum

Festival performance in the legendary Groβer Saal of Salzburg’s Mozarteum.

Popup

One of many pop-up performances, this one in the Viennese Palace courtyard.

Mirror Hall

International Youth Music Festival competition in Bratislava’s Mirror Hall where YAV took home three gold medals!


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