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University of Louisville Cardinal Singers
A Time To Cherish

Song NameComposerArranger
Ding Dong! Merrily On HighCharles Wood
Ave Maria (2005)Kristina Vasiliauskaite
Weihnachten, op. 79 no. 1Felix Mendelssohn
The Infant KingDavid Wilcox
Tomorrow Shall Be My Dancing DayDavid Wilcox
A Spotless RoseHerbert Howells
Bogoroditse DjevoArvo Part
O Magnnum MysteriumFrank La Rocca
Jesus Christ the Apple TreeElizabeth Poston
Carol of the BellsPeter Wilhousky
Angels, From the Realms of GloryReginald Jaques
Away In A MangerDavid Wilcox
Ti Divam Duorgi LaikiJurdis Vaivods
I Saw Three ShipsDavid Wilcox
Ave Maria (1996)William Hawley
SanctusFrank Martin
The Blessed SonRalph Vaughan Williams
Coventry CarolMartin Shaw
RockingMartin Shaw
Dack the HallsJohn Rutter
Lulajze, JezuniuPaul Brandvik
Joy to the WorldLowell Mason

Directed by Kent Hattenberg

"A Time to Cherish is a lovely a cappella Christmas collection from The University of Louisville (KY), Cardinal Singers, which was founded in 1970. The 45-strong, mixed-voice ensemble has gained a reputation for excellence under Dr. Hatteburg, from International competitions in Europe, symposiums in Japan, to ACDA Conventions in the US. There are 22 finely-crafted songs here, from traditional carols like "Ding Dong! Merrily on High," "Carol of the Bells," "Angels from the Realms of Glory," "Away in a Manger," "I Saw Three Ships," "Coventry Carol," "Deck the Hall" and "Joy to the World" to less familiar material, Herbert Howells' "A Spotless Rose," Arvo Part's "Bogoroditse Djevo," Elizabeth Poston's "Jesus Christ the Apple Tree," Juris Vaivods' Ti Divam Duorgi Laiki," Frank Martin's "Sanctus," Ralph Vauhan Williams' "The Blessed Son," and the Paul Brandvik-arranged "Lulajze, Jezuniu."

Item code: 9036C | 1 CD | $15.95 add item to cart
Choral | Mixed | United States

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