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Paul Busselberg

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Paul Busselberg (b. 1969) is currently a member of the music faculty at Brigham Young University-Idaho; he is the former director of choral activities and head of the voice area at San Jacinto College in Pasadena, Texas, where he led four choirs, including Men's and Women's Choruses, College Chorale, and Concert Choir, a college-community choir. He is also founder and artistic director of CONSONO Houston. Many of his compositions are written for these ensembles, and his work has been performed...show more Paul Busselberg (b. 1969) is currently a member of the music faculty at Brigham Young University-Idaho; he is the former director of choral activities and head of the voice area at San Jacinto College in Pasadena, Texas, where he led four choirs, including Men's and Women's Choruses, College Chorale, and Concert Choir, a college-community choir. He is also founder and artistic director of CONSONO Houston. Many of his compositions are written for these ensembles, and his work has been performed at regional and national choral festivals. He holds degrees from Rice University (Doctor of Musical Arts), the Eastman School of Music (Master of Music with Performer's Certificate), and Brigham Young University (Bachelor of Music). He is in demand as a guest conductor, clinician, and adjudicator with festivals, church choirs, and contests. A classically trained baritone, Dr. Busselberg has sung with the Houston Chamber Choir, Houston Ballet Orchestra, Bach Society Houston, Mercury Baroque, Ars Lyrica, Musiqa, and Col Canto; national engagements include the Santa Fe Opera, Florentine Opera, Chicago Opera Theater, Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra, Skylight Opera Theater, the Buffalo Philharmonic, Southwestern Michigan Symphony Orchestra, Rockford (IL) Bach Chamber Choir and Orchestra, and the Southwest Florida Symphony Orchestra. Recent recordings include Robert Cundick's "The Redeemer" with Brigham Young University, Bach's cantata BWV 39 ("Brich dem Hungrigen dein Brot") with the Bach Society Houston, and Karim Al-Zand's "Leila" and "Tagoriana" (Albany Records).  show less

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Father in Heaven (Hymn Preludes, No. 1) P.O.D.
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I Need Thee Every Hour (Hymn Preludes No. 2) P.O.D.
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More Holiness Give Me (Hymn Preludes, No. 3) P.O.D.
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Sweet Hour of Prayer (Hymn Preludes, No. 4) P.O.D.
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Abide With Me 'Tis Eventide P.O.D.
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SKIP TO MY LOU
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The Swing
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Where Go the Boats?
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Singing
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