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San Francisco Lyric Chorus Spring 2014 Concerts: I Hear America Singing

Location: California, USA
Choir type: Community Choirs
Voicing: Mixed
The San Francisco Lyric Chorus, under the direction of Music Director Robert Gurney, presents:
I Hear America Singing: American Choral Music from Colonial to Contemporary
William Billings:  Chester * I Am The Rose of Sharon * Euroclydon
Alice Parker:   Harmonious Herbst
            (cantata based on the work of American Moravian composer Johannes Herbst, 1735-1812)
Two Civil War songs:  Lorena  *  Tenting on the Old Camp Ground
John Stafford Smith:   The Anacreontick Song * Adams and Liberty
            (precursors of The Star Spangled Banner)
Ralph Hunter, arr.:  Four Temperance Songs
Stephen Paulus:   Afternoon On A Hill  * The Day Is Done
Daniel Gawthrop:   Night, Sleep, Death and the Stars 
Eric Whitacre:   The Seal Lullaby  *  This Marriage  *  little tree
Jerome Lenk, piano
Saturday, April 26, 2014
St. Mark’s Lutheran Church
1111 O’Farrell Street, near Franklin
San Francisco
Sunday, April 27, 2014
5:00 pm
First Unitarian Universalist Church
1187 Franklin Street at Geary
San Francisco
General $20; in advance & for seniors, $18 
Free admission for students 5-18 with ID.
Please, no children under five.
For ticket purchase and further information, visit our website:
Contact:  (415) 721-4077;
Our Spring 2014 concert, I Hear America Singing: American Choral Music from Colonial to Contemporary, celebrates music by American composers.  For the first half of the program, we sing American music of past times, from the Revolutionary War period through music of the late 19th century Temperance movement. We devote the second half of our program to contemporary composer settings of beautiful and moving poetry.
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