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Hofstra Chorale and Chamber Choir, Friday April 25

Location: New York, USA
The Hofstra Chorale and Chamber Choir present “Longings, Journeys & Obsessions in Poetry & Song.” An all-unaccompanied program comprising an eclectic selection of unaccompanied ensemble music for choir, it spans the gamut from Renaissance motet to Aboriginal overtone singing, from English part song to traditional Iroquois chant, and from traditional folk song to the most innovative 21st century re-imaginings of what choral music can be. Please join us!
 
Friday, April 25, 2014 @7:30 p.m.
Cathedral of the Incarnation
50 Cathedral Avenue
Garden City, NY 11530
 
Tickets available at the door:
$10 General Admission
$8 Senior Citizen or non-Hofstra Student with ID.

                       -------------- Program --------------                                   
Gathering
    Yanaway Heyona        arr. Brian. Tate    
    
Longings
    Sicut Cervus              Giovanni da Palestrina    
    The Road Home        Stephen Paulus        
    Shenandoah              arr. James Erb        
    Danny Boy                  arr. Fred Prentice        
                                
Journeys    
    Hotaru Koi                   Ro Ogura            
    Past Life Melodies        Sarah Hopkins        
    Mata del anima sola      Antonio Estevez         
 
Obsessions
    Jenny Kissed Me           Eric William Barnum    
    I love my love               Gustav Holst 
    L'invitation au Voyage    Scott Perkins        
    Leonardo Dreams          Eric Whitacre             
                                 
Excursions
    Betelehemu                  arr. Wendell Whalum    
    Son de Camaguey         Stephen Hatfield        
 
Departing
    My flight for heaven      Blake Henson        
                                    
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