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Elora Festival Singers: Morton Lauridsen: O Magnum Mysterium O Natu Lux

Song NameComposer
O nata luxMorten Lauridsen
Ov'e, lass', il bel visoMorten Lauridsen
Quando son piu lontanMorten Lauridsen
Amor, lo sento l'almaMorten Lauridsen
Io piangoMorten Lauridsen
Luci serene e chiareMorten Lauridsen
Se per havervi, oimeMorten Lauridsen
En une seul fleurMorten Lauridsen
Contre qui, roseMorten Lauridsen
De ton reve trop pleinMorten Lauridsen
La rose complete/ Dirait-onMorten Lauridsen
Lament for PasiphaeMorten Lauridsen
Like SnowMorten Lauridsen
She Tells Her Love While Half AsleepMorten Lauridsen
Mid-Winter WakingMorten Lauridsen
Intercession in late OctoberMorten Lauridsen
O magnum mysteriumMorten Lauridsen

Directed by Noel Edison

Morten Lauridsen is America's preeminent composer of choral music. Characterized by long, arching and highly expressive lines, his works are enjoyed by performers and audiences worldwide. O nata lux, perhaps Lauridsen's most popular work, is a serene evocation of heavenly light, while the searingly intense and technically demanding Madrigali inhabit a more feverish and earthy realm. The refined Les Chansons des Roses employ a design reminiscent of the formal gardens, filled with roses, found in the grounds of the great French chateaux. The unforgettable final movement is the now-famous Dirait-on. The Mid-Winter Songs for chorus and piano are a stunning example of compositional virtuosity. O magnum mysterium, for a cappella chorus, is a setting of a Christmas text that has inspired composers from Victoria to Poulenc.

Item code: 4223C | 1 CD | $9.95 |add item to cart
Choral | Primarily a cappella | Mixed | Canada
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Related: Canadian Choral Recordings
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