A "Fantasia" in the truest sense, this choral tapestry of English carols was composed in 1912 after Vaughan-Williams had completed the scores for his first symphony ("The Sea"), and the Tallis Fantasia. In
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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
This charming a cappella setting of the familiar carol has a bright, rhythmic ostinato pattern that moves between the sections of the choir. The Christmas story is told from the perspective of shepherds
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