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Stanford Chamber Chorale - Illumine: Christmas at Stanford flac album

Performer: Stanford Chamber Chorale
Title: Illumine: Christmas at Stanford
Style: Choral
Duration: 01:10:04
Location: Stanford University Memorial Church
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 882
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Illumine: Christmas at Stanford. Stanford University Memorial Church. Illumine: Christmas at Stanford. CD - Daniel Ho Creations 80101).

The Stanford Chamber Chorale is the Stanford Department of Music's most select choir comprising 24 students drawn from both graduate and undergraduate populations at Stanford University. Hailing from across the United States and around the world, these singers represent a broad diversity of academic disciplines and degree programs. As members of the Chamber Chorale, these Stanford students meet a demanding schedule of performing, touring, and recording while maintaining their rigorous academic programs. The Chorale's last album Illumine: Christmas at Stanford, was on the 2013 Grammy first-round ballot in the categories of Choral Performance, Engineering (Classical), and Producer. Robert Schuneman, president of the the great American music publishing house . Schirmer, called the Chorale "one of the country's premiere collegiate ensembles.

The Stanford Chamber Chorale, under the direction of Stephen M. Sano, with organist Robert Huw Morgan, and The Bay Brass, performs Daniel Pinkham's "Christmas Cantata" ("Sinfonia Sacra"). 0:00: I. Quem visdistis pastores (Maestoso/allegro molto ritmico) 3:19: II. O magnum mysterium (Adagio) 7:53: III. Gloria in excelsis Deo (Allegro). This performance is from the Stanford Chamber Chorale's 2012 CD "Illumine: Christmas at Stanford" (Daniel Ho Creations DHC80101) and was recorded in Stanford University Memorial Church. Illumine" appeared on the.

The Stanford Chamber Chorale is the Stanford Department of Music's most select choir comprising 25 students drawn from both graduate and undergraduate populatio. ns at Stanford University.

At Stanford University, Sano directs the Stanford Chamber Chorale and Stanford Symphonic Chorus, teaches conducting, and offers seminars in kī hō'alu and North American taiko. From 2006 to 2016, he served as the Chair of the Department of Music. His excellence in teaching and university service has been recognized by several awards  . Daniel Ho Creations, 2012. A Celebration of Life. Kirke Mechem: 7 Joys of Christmas and Beyond.

The Stanford Chamber Chorale is the Stanford Department of Music’s most select choir. Directed by Dr. Stephen M. Sano, the group is dedicated to the performance of literature best suited to the small choral ensemble. Their successes at home and abroad underscore Stanford’s commitment to music performance and the arts. Members of the ensemble are drawn from both graduate and undergraduate populations at Stanford University and hail from across the United States and around the world.

By Stanford Scriven - Stanford Chamber Chorale & Steve Sano. Christmas Cantata (Sinfonia Sacra): Gloria in excelsis Deo. By Daniel Pinkham - Stanford Chamber Chorale, The Bay Brass & Steve Sano. Christmas Cantata (Sinfonia Sacra): O magnum mysterium. Christmas Cantata (Sinfonia Sacra): Quem vidistis pastores? By Daniel Pinkham - Stanford Chamber Chorale, The Bay Brass & Steve Sano. Serenity (O magnum mysterium). By Franz Joseph Haydn - Stanford Chamber Chorale, Stanford Chamber Strings, Stephen M. Sano, Christine Brandes, Danielle Reutter-Harrah, David Kurtenbach, Jeffrey Fields & St. Lawrence String Quartet. O Come, All Ye Faithful. By John Francis Wade - Stanford Chamber Chorale & Steve Sano. 7 Joys of Christmas, Op. 25b: No. 1, The Joy of Love.

This collaboration between the Stanford Chamber Chorale and Philharmonia presents the new chamber orchestration of Mass: A Celebration of Life. Also featured is Aquilanti's elegant setting of Ubi Caritas, and his setting of the Magnificat. The 1st work is for soprano and tenor soloists, chorus and orchestra; the 2nd is for chorus unaccompanied, the 3rd is for SATB soloists, chorus, brass ensemble, and timpani.

Picking up on a theme of the National Gallery exhibition The Sacred Made Real, which featured sculptures depicting the crucifixion of Jesus and the sufferings of Mary and the saints, the conductor of the Stanford University Chamber Chorale, Stephen Sano, led his group in singing selections from J. S. Bach's Saint John Passion for a concert at the Gallery in March 2010

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
Christmas Cantata (Sinfonia Sacra)
1 Quem vidistis pastores? Daniel Pinkham Stanford Chamber Chorale 3:19
2 O magnum mysterium Daniel Pinkham Stanford Chamber Chorale 4:33
3 Gloria in excelsis Deo Daniel Pinkham Stanford Chamber Chorale 2:42
4 O come, all ye faithful John Francis Wade Stanford Chamber Chorale 4:53
5 Serenity (O magnum mysterium) Ola Gjeilo Stanford Chamber Chorale 5:53
6 Jauchzet dem Herrn, alle Welt (Psalm 100), SWV 36 Heinrich Schütz Stanford Chamber Chorale 3:33
7 Christ the appletree Stanford Scriven Stanford Chamber Chorale 4:13
8 Variations sur un Noël bourguignon André Fleury Stanford Chamber Chorale 5:12
9 Joy to the world George Frederick Handel Stanford Chamber Chorale 1:25
10 Little child Robert Kechley Stanford Chamber Chorale 2:33
11 Bring a torch, Jeannette, Isabella Christmas Traditional Stanford Chamber Chorale 2:38
12 Tomorrow shall be my dancing day John Gardner Stanford Chamber Chorale 2:33
13 Chorale prelude: In dulci jubilo, BuxWV 197 Dietrich Buxtehude Stanford Chamber Chorale 2:03
14 Hodie, Christus natus est Healey Willan Stanford Chamber Chorale 1:45
15 Chorale: Es ist ein Ros' entsprungen Michael Praetorius Stanford Chamber Chorale 1:26
16 Chorale: Es ist ein Ros' entsprungen, Op. 122 No. 8 Johannes Brahms Stanford Chamber Chorale 2:00
17 See amid the winter's snow John Goss Stanford Chamber Chorale 3:47
18 Noël pour l'Amour de Marie (3e Noël) Nicolas-Antoine Lebègue Stanford Chamber Chorale 3:01
19 Or nous ditte Marie (5e Noël) Nicolas-Antoine Lebègue Stanford Chamber Chorale 2:46
20 Ou s'en vont ces gays Bergers (8e Noël) Nicolas-Antoine Lebègue Stanford Chamber Chorale 2:32
21 Soon it will be Christmas Daniel Ho Stanford Chamber Chorale 5:31
22 Jingle Bells James Pierpont Stanford Chamber Chorale 1:46

Credits

David Baldwin - Arranger
The Bay Brass - Brass Ensemble
Johannes Brahms - Composer
David Burkhart - Arranger
Dietrich Buxtehude - Composer
Edward Caswall - Text
Keith Chapman - Arranger
Linda A. Cicero - Photography
Linda Clever - Photography
Mark Dalrymple - Engineer
Robert Elkjer - Arranger
André Fleury - Composer
Debra Fong - Violin
John Gardner - Composer
Ola Gjeilo - Composer
John Goss - Composer
George Frederick Handel - Composer
Corwin Hee - Text
Daniel Ho - Composer, Mastering, Mixing, Producer
Robert Kechley - Composer, Text
Nicolas-Antoine Lebègue - Composer
Lyman Miller - Engineer
Lydia Miyashiro - Photography
Robert Huw Morgan - Organ
Lewis Niven - Transcription
James Pierpont - Composer
Daniel Pinkham - Composer
Michael Praetorius - Composer
Stephen M. Sano - Conductor, Mastering, Mixing, Producer
Heinrich Schütz - Composer
Stanford Scriven - Composer
Stanford Chamber Chorale - Choir/Chorus, Primary Artist
Christopher Tin - Arranger
Christmas Traditional - Composer
Linda Uyechi - Photography
John Francis Wade - Composer, Text
Healey Willan - Composer
David Willcocks - Arranger
Raymond Yuen - Photography
Susan Yuen - Artwork, Design
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