THE FIRST OF THREE ADVENT PROGRAMS SUNDAY DECEMBER 1ST
Date: November 27, 2013
Location: South Dakota, USA
Going Beyond Words, one of the longest running choral Radio shows in the country unveils the first of three special Advent programs this Sunday, December 1, 2013. To hear Going Beyond Words, just go to KVNO.ORG on Sunday at Noon Central Time. Click on “Listen Live” and your Advent Listening begins. Going Beyond Words is now in its 21st year with listeners world wide.
December 1, 2013 KVNO.ORG
Theme: Our Songs in the Night V-1
My Song in the Night Augsburg College Orchestra Minneapolis melts into:
My Song in the Night Paul Christiansen, St. Olaf Choir
Keep Your Lamps Trimmed and Burning André Thomas
Sung by the St. Olaf Choir, Anton Armstrong
O Thou That Tellest Good Tidings to Zion (From “Messiah”)
Sung by Marilyn Horne, Mezzo-Soprano
Lo, How a Rose e’er Blooming 14th Century German Arr. By
David Blackwell. A Fresh look at an old chestnut and sung
By Choir of Merton College, Oxford, Benjamin Nicolas, Cond.
Veni, Veni Emanuel 13th Century Melody. From “Incarnation”
Featuring the Gabriel Consort, Trebles of Copenhagen Royal
Chapel Choir, Paul McCreesh, Conductor
Ye Shall Have a Song (From “Peaceable Kingdom”) Randall Thompson, Tabernacle Choir, Craig Jessop, Conductor
Magnificat James MacMillian. Performed by the Netherlands
Radio Chamber Philharmonic, Netherlands Radio Choir;
Condcuted by Composer James MacMillian.
A Christmas Garland Conrad Susa Choirs and Orchestra from
Pacific Lutheran University conducted by Richard Nance.
For information on the CD,s used and a complete list of this music, Sse WWW.GOINGBEYONDWORDS.COM. Go to the Blog and click on
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