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VocalEssence: The Songs We Sang

Song NameComposerArranger
O, Dear, What Can the Matter Be?Norman Luboff
Down in the ValleyNorman Luboff
Black is the ColorNorman Luboff
Skip to My LouNorman Luboff
DixieDaniel EmmetNorman Luboff
Camptown RacesStephen FosterJack Halloran
Laura LeeStephen FosterEdwin Fissinger
Oh SusannaStephen FosterEdwin Fissinger
Gentle AnnieStephen FosterEdwin Fissinger
Goin' to BostonAlice Parker / Robert Shaw
Seeing Nellie HomeJohn Fletcher / Frances KyleAlice Parker / Robert Shaw
The Lonesome ValleyAlice Parker / Robert Shaw
ShenandoahJames Erb
Hooray for the CowboysMarilyn BergmanNorman Luboff
Red River ValleyNorman Luboff
Tumblin' TumbleweedBob NolanNorman Luboff
Riders in the SkyStan JonesNorman Luboff
Cool WaterBob NolanNorman Luboff

Directed by Philip Brunelle

Reflecting the shared American heritage like a patchwork quilt, this is a charming collection of folksongs performed by conductor Philip Brunelle and the 32-voice VocalEssence Ensemble Singers with guitar, harmonica, accordion, bass and piano. Whether passed along by tradition or composed by a known songwriter, all of these songs have a melody that you can hum, sing and remember! Thanks to Norman Luboff, Edwin Fissinger, Jack Halloran, and the dynamic team of Alice Parker & Robert Shaw, there are wonderful arrangements that capture the atmosphere of each in choral settings.

Listen to Dixie in RealAudio

Item code: 8742C | 1 CD | $15.95 |add item to cart
Choral | Mixed | United States
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