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Community: To the North and South

Location: Illinois, USA
Choir type: Community Choirs
Voicing: Mixed
Voices In Harmony will present Community: To the North and South, a concert of music from countries that share our North American continent.
 
The concert is Sunday, April 18, 4:00 PM at the Raue Center for the Arts, 26 N. Williams Street, Crystal Lake, IL 60014.
 
Tickets are $18 general admission, $15 for students and seniors.  Any children in a family are free with a paying adult.  They can be purchased at the door, or by phone at the Raue Center Box Office, (815) 356-9212, or online at www.rauecenter.org
 
Voices In Harmony is in its 23rd season of offering quality choral music to the local community.  Beautiful sounds in a beautiful venue!
 
The program for Sunday's concert is:
 
 
I: To the South

Alleluia

Ralph Manuel (b. 1951)

Yemaya Asesu

Traditional Cuban

Arranged by Brian Tate

Guararé

Ricardo Fàbrigas(1905 – 1973)

Arranged by Alberto Grau

Alleluia from “Brazilian Psalm”

Jean Berger (1909 – 2002)

 

II:  To the North

In Flanders Fields

Steven Chatman (b. 1950)

Savory, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme

British Columbia Folksong

Arranged by Donald Patriquin (b. 1938)

The Wreck of the Steamship Ethie

Newfoundland Folksong

Arranged by Donald Patriquin (b. 1938)

J’entends le Moulin

French Canadian

Arranged by Donald Patriquin (b. 1938)

 

III:  To the North

 

Marguerite

Newfoundland Folksong

Stephen Hatfield (b. 1956)

Song for the Mira           

Allister MacGillivray (b. 1948)

Arranged by Stuart Calvert (b. 1954)

By the Waters of the Minnetonka

Thurlow Lieurance (1878 – 1963)

Arranged by Stephen DeCesare (b. 1969)

Seattle Red

Steven Chatman (b. 1950)

 

IV:  To the South

Duerme           

Ramón Noble (1925 – 1999)

Guantanamera

José Fernandez (1908 – 1979)

Arranged by Gene Glickman (b. 1934)

Cielito Lindo

Mexican Folksong

Arranged by David Ramirez

Oye

Jim Papoulis (b. 1957)

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