My Dancing Day: Las Cantantes sings for Christmas

My Dancing Day: Las Cantantes sings for Christmas
Item# OAR-980CD
$14.98

Product Description

Christmas joy radiates from Las Cantantes, the Women’s Choir of the University of New Mexico, directed by Maxine Thévenot, in beautiful traditional favorites, most in recent or new arrangements including three which are *recorded here for the first time. The choir is joined by organist Iain Quinn, harpist Lynn Gorman DeVelder, oboist Claudia Giese, and percussionist Jeff Cornelius.

PRAETORIUS: Psallite (arr. Norman Gregson)

JEAN LANGLAIS: Ave Mundi Gloria

FREDERICK FRAHM: Magnificat & Nunc dimittis (St. Luke Service) *

TRADITIONAL: Balulalow (setting by Antony Baldwin) *

GABRIEL FAURÉ: Maria Mater gratiae

BRADLEY ELLINGBOE: Magnificat *
TRAD.: Lo, How a Rose E’er Blooming harp solo
TRAD. SCOTTISH: Christmas Lullaby (arr. Dalglish)
JOHN RUTTER: Dancing Day, A cycle of carols:
Harp Prelude · Angelus ad Virginem · A virgin most pure · Personent hodie · Harp Interlude · There is no rose · The Coventry Carol · Tomorrow shall be my dancing day
TRAD.: A la Ru, a la Me (arr. Ellingboe)
TRAD.: Apple Tree Wassail (arr. Hatfield)
TRAD.: Silent Night (arr. Rutter)
MARTIN and BLANE: Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas (arr. Ellingboe)