Cantate Domino - Heinrich Schutz. 2. O Magnum Mysterium - Tomas Luis de Victoria. 3. Die mit Tranan Saen - Johann Hermann Schein. 4. Sing Ye to the Lord - . 5. As a Flower of the Field - Paul J. Christiansen. Hope in the Lord - Olaf C. 7. Lo, How a Rose - Hugo Distler. 8. Sing Nowell, Sing Gloria! - - Olaf C.
The St. Olaf Choir is a premier a cappella choir based in Northfield, Minnesota. Founded in 1912 by Norwegian immigrant F. Melius Christiansen, the choir has been influential to other church and college choirs for its performance of unaccompanied sacred music. Conducted since 1990 by Anton Armstrong, there have been four conductors in the choir's 107 year history.
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Founded in 1912, the St. Olaf Choir, with 75 mixed voices, is the pioneer a cappella choir in the United States . Olaf Choir, with 75 mixed voices, is the premier a cappella choir in the United States. For over a century, the choir has set a standard of choral excellence and remained at the forefront of choral artistry. Conducted since 1990 by Anton Armstrong, the St. Olaf Choir continues to develop the tradition that originated with its founder, F. Since its founding in 1912, the St. Olaf Choir has set a standard in the choral art, serving as a model for choirs of all levels
The Legacy of Rachel Held Evans. He also founded the Oberlin Conversatory a cappella choir in 1925 and co- founded the Christiansen Choral School, which was attended by more than 7,000 directors of music from throughout the United States.
The far-famed St. Olaf Choir can and does; yearly it amazes concert-goers from New York to San Francisco by its seemingly impossible perfection. For the thousands who already know the choir and its director, for those interested in music and its development, this book has been written. Here are the stories of F. Melius Christiansen, his choir, and the setting of Norwegian-American Lutheranism out of which he grew. Christiansen brought to this country a rich treasure of Norwegian folk music.