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East Carolina University Chamber Singers: Eternal Light

Song NameComposerArranger
Hymn to the Creator of LightJohn Rutter
O Thou Great Power in Whom I MoveAnthony Maglione
Veni Sancte Spiritus Mark G. Sirett
Ave Maria Cary Boyce
Cedit, Hyems (Be Gone, Winter!)Abbie Betinis
O quam gloriosumHoward Helvey
De profundisIldebrando Pizzetti
Agnus DeiEgil Hovland
Qui tollis peccata mundiEgil Hovland
Miserere nobisEgil Hovland
Dona nobis pacemEgil Hovland
I've Been in the Storm So LongJefferey L. Ames
Nobody knows the trouble I've seenGail B. Poch
Eternal LightLeo Sowerby

Directed by Daniel Bara

The 45-strong, mixed-voice ECUCS, under the baton of multiple-award-winning Daniel Bara, is the most selective of four university choral ensembles at Greenville, NC's East Carolina University. The Singers have been invited to perform at numerous ACDA conventions and toured extensively in the United States. These 14 songs, with some accompaniment by Bassoon, Clarinet and Flute, showcase the marvelous choral tone of one of America's great university choirs. Some favorites are John Rutter's Hymn to the Creator of Light," Mark G. Sirett's "Veni, Sancte Spiritus," Howard Helvey's "O quam gloriosum," Egil Hovland's 4-part "Agnus Dei," the Spirituals "I've Been in the Storm So Long" and "Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen;" and Leo Sowerby's title tune. The wonderful vocals of this rich collection are enhanced by the beautiful acoustics of St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Greenville.

Item code: 4271C | 1 CD | $16.95 |add item to cart
Choral | Mixed | United States
040888093626 | G-49272

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