Eric Whitacre has created a remarkable setting of the Star-Spangled Banner, filled with colorful effects and vivid dissonance. Challenging and impressive!
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As recorded by the UCD Choral Scholars of Ireland on their debut album "Invisible Stars" Desmond Earley's beautiful arrangement of this Irish 17th century song features a tenor solo surrounded by a luminous
Vidi aquam is an a cappella setting of a sprinkling rite for Eastertide. This work is written in a style that results in music that is ever-changing; flowing in one harmonic direction but never
The first word of Psalm 119 is both the first and last word of this music- "Blessed." A cappella and solemn, this piece cannot and should not be rushed. It is relaxed, free and prayerful, and all those who
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