In Celebration of the Human Voice - The Essential Musical Instrument
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Review: The first male a cappella Gospel quartet to call themselves The King's Heralds were four college students from Keene, Texas in 1927. 30 different singers have carried on the amazing legacy since then. 'Time's Windin' Up' features Don, Joel, Russell and Jeff , who have 5 wonderful CDs and 1 DVD that we have reviewed. There are 12 richly harmonic, deeply felt winners here: 'Time Conscious (Jingle 1),' 'A Little Talk with Jesus,' 'Here's One,' the title tune, 'Dry Bones,' 'Precious Memories,' the lightly accompanied 'On the Jericho Road,' 'Wicked Race,' 'My God is There Controlling,' 'O, You Better Mind,' 'We Pray to Thee' and 'Time Conscious (Jingle 2).' As we found in all of the King's Heralds recordings, this is lovely, inspirational Gospel music that will lift you up and make your day!
Songlist: Time Conscious, A Little Talk With Jesus, Here's One, Time's Windin' Up, Dry Bones, Precious Memories, On The Jericho Road, Wicked Race, My God Is There Controlling, O, You Better Mind, We Pray To Thee, Time Conscious
Praise to the Man
Review: Referred to by some as 'an optical illusion for your ears,' BYU Vocal Point's inventive style, innovative arrangements, and incredible vocal percussion continue to wow audiences worldwide. They have performed before millions on national television (on NBC's The Sing-Off) and in concerts across the country. While Vocal Point mostly showcases popular songs from yesterday and today in their concerts, the group always includes hymns and inspirational songs as part of their shows. Now for the first time, the music Vocal Point uses to give praise and express their faith is featured exclusively on its own CD.
Songlist: 1. Lead, Kindly Light, All Creatures of Our God and King, I Need Thee Every Hour, Danny Boy, He Is Born, Noyana / Come, Come, Ye Saints, Be Still, My Soul, We All Need Saving, Infant Holy, Infant Lowly, Praise to the Man, Come, Thou Fount of Every Blessing, Savior, Redeemer of My Soul, Nearer, My God, to Thee
Review: Classically Inclined takes the motifs you remember from recognizable pieces of classical music and turns them into vocalises, each addressing a different vocal challenge. You will learn the exercise a cappella, singing it up and down the scale, then have the opportunity to sing it in an expanded version with a symphony orchestra. Standout cuts are Bolero, Ride of the Valkryies, Trumpet Tune and Air and Waltz of the Flowers.
Songlist: Welcome, Surprise Symphony, Largo, Minuet in G, Ride of the Valkyries, Bolero, Trumpet Tune and Air, Emperor Hymn, Air, Humoresque, Waltz of the Flowers, Finale
Review: The seductive and irresistible songs of the sirens Ð sometimes fateful, sometimes fatal Ð fill Chanticleer's 35th anniversary opener. Renowned Chinese composer Chen Yi sounds the call in her own inimitable language, and celebrated Irish composer Michael McGlynn channels the undeniable connection of Ireland and the sea that surrounds it. Other works by Bates, Gabrieli, Palestrina, Gesualdo, and more. The recording features Vince Peterson's arrangement of Temptation, written by Tom Waits.
Songlist: Quand'havra fine amore, Ave maris stella, Luci serene e chiare, O dolorosa gioia, En douleur et tristesse, I laid me down to slumber, Yea, Cast Me from Heights of the Mountains, I Hear the Siren's Call, Die Lorelei, Canticum calamitatis maritimae, Amhran na Gaoithe, Hinbarra, Sohran Bushi, Temptation, Somebody To Love