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CHATMAN, S.: Magnificat (University of British Columbia Singers and Symphony, Girard, Langager)

CHATMAN, S.: Magnificat (University of British Columbia Singers and Symphony, Girard, Langager)

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release date: November 2013

Originally recorded in 2013

Artists:

Pietro Alessandro Guglielmi Chamber Orchestra

Orchestra

Jonathan Girard

Conductor

Graeme Langager

Conductor

University of Texas at Austin Chamber Singers

Choir

Arianna Ervin

Soloist

Bahareh Poureslami

Soloist

Paula Berry

Soloist

Sasha Kaye

Soloist

Keira Chapman

Soloist

Terence Dawson

Soloist

Geronimo Mendoza

Soloist

University of Texas at Austin Chamber Singers

Choral

Record Label
Centrediscs

Genre:

Choir


Classical

Total Time - 63:02
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CHATMAN, S.: Magnificat (University of British Columbia Singers and Symphony, Girard, Langager)

     
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STEPHEN CHATMAN

     
 

Magnificat

 
1 Magnificat anima mea Dominum (My Soul Doth Magnify the Lord) 01:53
2 Mon ame, my soul (My Soul, My Soul) 02:52
3 Porque el Poderoso es grande (For He that Is Mighty) 02:30
4 Und mein Geist freuet sich Gottes (And My Spirit Hath Rejoiced in God) 04:09
5 Jiao ji e de de bao mei shi (He Hath Filled the Hungry with Good Things) 03:13
6 He Hath Shewed Strength with His Arm 02:58
7 He Hath Helped His Servant Israel 03:50
8 Magnificat anima mea Dominum - Reprise and Doxology 02:15
 Bahareh Poureslami Soloist
 Jonathan Girard Conductor
     
9 

The Half Moon

02:54
 Arianna Ervin Soloist
 Terence Dawson Soloist
 Graeme Langager Conductor
     
10 

I am not yours

02:28
 University of Texas at Austin Chamber Singers Choir
 Graeme Langager Conductor
     
 

Songs of Remembrance

 
11 No. 1. Come to Me 03:37
12 No. 2. And if thou wilt, Remember 04:35
 Keira Chapman Soloist
 Sasha Kaye Soloist
 Graeme Langager Conductor
     
13 

In Flanders Fields

02:05
 University of Texas at Austin Chamber Singers Choir
 Graeme Langager Conductor
     
14 

Dreaming

02:45
 Bahareh Poureslami Soloist
 Keira Chapman Soloist
 Graeme Langager Conductor
     
15 

Darest Thou Now O Soul

04:09
 University of Texas at Austin Chamber Singers Choir
 Terence Dawson Soloist
 Graeme Langager Conductor
     
16 

Come, Said My Soul

03:24
 University of Texas at Austin Chamber Singers Choir
 Geronimo Mendoza Soloist
 Graeme Langager Conductor
     
17 

The Cloud

03:30
 University of Texas at Austin Chamber Singers Choir
 Terence Dawson Soloist
 Graeme Langager Conductor
     
18 

I Would Live In Your Love

02:44
 University of Texas at Austin Chamber Singers Choir
 Graeme Langager Conductor
     
19 

Alas, that Spring Should Vanish with the Rose!

04:10
 Paula Berry Soloist
 Geronimo Mendoza Soloist
 Graeme Langager Conductor
     
20 

Peace

03:01
 University of Texas at Austin Chamber Singers Choir
 Terence Dawson Soloist
 Graeme Langager Conductor
     


Magnificat: Songs of Reflection

The Magnificat is one of the earliest Christian hymns, taken from the Gospel of Luke, in which Mary proclaims “My soul magnifies the Lord, and my spirit rejoices in God the Saviour.” Stephen Chatman gave the familiar text a multilingual setting for the 2010 Vancouver Olympic Winter Games (in Latin plus six official languages: English, French, Spanish, Russian, Chinese, and German). The composition was commissioned by the Vancouver Chamber Choir, Jon Washburn, director, with assistance from British Columbia Arts Partners in Creative Development. MAGNIFICAT, for soprano solo, SATB chorus and string orchestra is a 24 minute piece in eight movements. Through its marriage of multilingual texts and contrasting musical idioms, the work expresses not only strongly held religious convictions but also hope for universal peace and harmony within our global community. To complement the spiritual nature of MAGNIFICAT, the subsequent tracks of this collection are “songs of reflection” for either accompanied or unaccompanied SATB chorus. These often subdued, contemplative songs are settings of words by some of Stephen Chatman’s favourite poets, primarily Walt Whitman (1819-1892), Christina Rossetti (1830-1894), and Sara Teasdale (1884-1933). In common among these poems are themes of love - memories of love and lost love, death and transcendence, peace and nature.

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