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Peninsula Women's Chorus: Treasures

Song NameComposer
Gloria Agneta Skold
Domine, Non Sum DignusTomas Luis de Victoria
Da Pacem Hakan Olsson
HosannaDavid Conte
Who Cannot Weep, Come Learn By Me Libby Larsen
Pie Jesu Michael Cleveland
Hymn to the Waters Gustav Holst
Good Cheer Brian Holmes
Shells Knut Nystedt
The Blue Eye of God Nancy Telfer
SuoniKnut Nystedt
In Praise of MusicDavid Conte

Established in 1966, the 73-strong PWC has been ably led since 1975 by renowned Director Patricia Hennings, Director of Choral Activities at Skyline College. The group has performed at numerous ACDA conventions, toured internationally and appeared on NPR and television both here and abroad. Josephine Gandolfi supplies gentle accompaniment, placing the focus on the angelic voices of the group. The group's repertoire includes contemporary sacred music like Agneta Skold's "Gloria," Hakan Olsson's "Da Pacem," David Conte's "Hosanna," Libby Larsen's "Who Cannot Weep, Come Learn of Me," Michael Cleveland's "Pie Jesu," Brian Holmes' Christmas carol "Good Cheer, and Nancy Telfer's lovely "The Blue Eye of God." Also included are de Victoria's 16th century sacred song, "Domaine, Non Sum Dignus," Gustav Holst's 19th century masterpiece, "Hymn to the Waters," Knut Nystedt's "Shells" and "Suoni," and finally, "In Praise of Music," written by David Conte to celebrate the PWC's 25th anniversary. "Treasures" is exactly that, soaring, beautiful and uplifting!

Item code: 6841C | 1 CD | $15.98 |add item to cart
Choral | Some a cappella | Female | United States
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