A performance by Craig Hella Johnson and Conspirare of this Carly Simon hit was featured on a PBS special and was also included on their Grammy-nominated CD. Vibrant choral textures are supported by a
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Singer/songwriter Eliza Gilkyson wrote Requiem as a song of grief following the Asian tsunami in December 2004, and the song found a renewed audience after Hurricane Katrina devastated the Gulf
Craig Hella Johnson's a cappella setting of Dolly Parton's Light of a Clear Blue Morning is infused with light and hopefulness as it opens with a solo soprano and gradually builds to a joyful
Described as "brilliant" and "heartfelt," this is the final movement of Craig Hella Johnson's epic work "Considering Matthew Shepard," a tribute to the young gay man who has become an American icon and a
This creative pairing of Amanda McBrooms's The Rose with the Praetorius Lo, How a Rose e'er Blooming has become a classic at Conspirare's "Christmas at the Carillon" concerts. Incredibly
"People all over the world, they're opening up, they're coming around and they're sayin' I love you, I love you..." blends so perfectly with "I see skies of blue and clouds of white..." both textually and
A lush and emotive original carol that can be sung at Christmas or any time of year. Expressive and lyrical, with themes of love, joy, peace and the promise of the season. Sweeping melodic lines and
The Chicago Tribune writes: "Moving among styles ranging from Lutheran hymnody to blues to Broadway, this modern-day Passion will move many listeners to tears even as it reaches beyond tragedy to peace,
As performed by the group Conspirare, this artful setting of the haunting song by Annie Lennox features a soloist with choral background and percussion. "Every day I write the list of reasons why I still
Here is the famous theme from the motion picture "The Mission" in a distinctive setting written for the choral group Conspirare. With the choir providing a rich, wordless tapestry of sound, the featured duo
Setting the words of the 14th-century Persian poet Hafiz and including the classic standard My Funny Valentine creates a dialogue between the divine and the human heart. Both texts and the music
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