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Women's Chorus of Dallas: American Rhapsody

Song NameComposerArranger
Simple GiftsMark Hayes
Black is the Color of my True Love's HairHarry R. Wison / Walter Ehret
Come InRandall Thompson
The Water is WideGilbert M. Martin / Terry Dobson
Stopping By WoodsMichelle Willis / Robert Frost
There are No Mirrors in My Nana's HouseYsaye Barnwell
SistersGwyneth Walker / Lucille Clifton
It Takes A VillageJulie Gardner Bray / Janie Gardner Cunningham
Love is a Rain of DiamondsGwyneth Walker / May Swenson
Only HumanRobert Seeley / Philip Littell
The Face of LoveGreg Gilpin / Pamela MartinGreg Gilpin
There is A SeasonJaney Hall
Come To Me MotherJill Gallina / Pamela Martin
You Are the LightLeo Amaud / Pamela MartinMark Hayes / Terry Dobson

Directed by Timothy Seelig

Recorded in Dallas in March, 2000, in the 11th year of the Chorus' existence, "American Rhapsody" is 14 powerful (accompanied) songs. Some are traditional songs, "Simple Gifts," "Black Is the Color of My True Love's Hair," "The Water is Wide;" some are family songs, "There Are No Mirrors In My Nana's House," "Sisters," "It Takes a Village to Raise a Child," "There Is a Season;" and some are healing songs, "Come to Me Mother," and "You Are the Light." All are beautifully composed, deeply felt-and sung from the heart. The over 100-strong TWCD is directed by Dr. Timothy Selig, accompanied by Anne Albritton with guest musicians. Good liner notes, and great music!

6606C | 1 CD | $15.98 |add item to cart| Choral | Female | United States
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