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CARACCIOLO, S.: Choral Music (Cathedra, McCarthy)

CARACCIOLO, S.: Choral Music (Cathedra, McCarthy)

The Classical Shop
release date: April 2014

Originally recorded in 2014

Artists:

Michael McCarthy

Conductor

Cathedra

Choir

Jeremy Filsell

Soloist

Woodrow English

Soloist

Cathedra

Choral

Venue:

Washington National Cathedral, Washington, D.C., United States

Venue

Record Label
Gothic

Genre:

Choir


Classical

Total Time - 56:07
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STEPHEN CARACCIOLO

     
1 

Adoro Te Devote (Jesus, I Adore Thee)

03:49
     
2 

A Song of Creation

03:32
     
3 

Ubi caritas

05:57
     
4 

Within These Walls

05:23
 Jeremy Filsell Soloist
     
5 

Christ, Victorious, Christ, Now Reigning

04:46
 Woodrow English Soloist
     
6 

Come Unto Me All Ye That Labour

04:52
     
7 

The Wayfaring Stranger

04:37
     
8 

There is no rose of such virtue

03:01
     
9 

People, Look East

01:26
     
10 

Hush, My Dear Lie Still and Slumber

03:51
     
11 

Sans Day Carol (Now the Holly Bears a Berry)

03:48
 Jeremy Filsell Soloist
     
 

Songs of Innocence

 
12 No. 1. Nurse's Song 03:00
13 No. 2. The Lamb 03:21
14 No. 3. The Echoing Green 01:42
15 No. 4. Cradle Song 03:02
     
  Cathedra Choir
 Michael McCarthy Conductor


In choral composition, all streams of musical thought, imagination, and expression flow from one creative spring—the text. One hears in the music of Stephen Caracciolo not only a love for the lyrical beauty of the human voice but an ardent desire to serve the text in a manner that illumines the meaning of the words being set. With an approach to composition that varies from work to workdepending on the nature of the poetry or the given parameters of a commission, Caracciolo’s works consistently search for something beautiful, truthful, and enriching to the human mind and spirit. His output demonstrates a profound respect for the past—seamlessly assimilating and reinterpreting the music of previous generations while offering something of substance to the ongoing musical conversation. In all, a certain sacredness, mystery, or quiet prayer permeates Caracciolo’s writing as it creates a satisfying musical bridge between the ancient and the modern.

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