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Eric Whitacre composed and recorded this cover of the English band Depeche Mode creating an elegant and spacious sonority that is deeply moving.
A wild ride from the composer of October and Ghost Train! Equus is the Latin word for horse, and this moto perpetuo perfectly captures the fury and majesty of this magnificent animal.
With texts written by Hila Plitmann and inspired by a reunion of musician friends in Germany, each song in this suite is a poetic postcard that captures every lush, romantic moment in full. An expressive
Featured in Eric Whitacre's Virtual Choir 4, bringing over 8000 submissions from 101 countries from around the world, Fly to Paradise is taken from the award-winning musical "Paradise
Simple and welcoming, Glow was premiered by the World of Color Honor Choir at Disney's California Adventure Park. The Honor Choir, made up of over 700 singers from across America, were selected to
Upon reading Edward Esch's poem Light and Gold, composer Eric Whitacre was immediately struck by its genuine, elegant simplicity. He asked the celebrated American poet Charles Anthony Silvestri to
A new imagining of his beloved Lux Aurumque, Lux Nova was written for performance at the 2014 iTunes festival. With a timeless and beautiful Latin text by Charles Anthony Silvestri.
Eric Whitacre's Sainte-Chapelle, inspired by the medieval Parisian chapel, was written for the Tallis Scholars. It depicts that stained glass masterpiece through sustained plainchant-like lines
"Ah, weary wee flipperling, curl at thy ease! The storm shall not wake thee, nor shark overtake thee, asleep in the arms of the slow-swinging seas..." This charming poem by Rudyard Kipling is the
This expressive, lush choral work by Eric Whitacre combines an enigmatic text and expansive chordal harmonies into a sublime musical statement of release and quiet resolve. With a text by celebrated
Eric Whitacre has created a remarkable setting of the national anthem filled with colorful effects and vivid dissonance. The traditional melody and text are ever present, but the harmonic palette is both
This emotive work for divisi choir, based on a translation of a poem by Octavio Paz, uses an advanced palette of harmonic colors for a shimmering and mysterious effect. It provides a stellar moment in your
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"Little widow of my single star, I find you... after a thousand years are gone, you'll see me, o my night love!" Frederico Lorca's poignant text receives a dramatic a cappella treatment from Eric Whitacre.