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MQ 1361
How Sweet the Sound

A collection of sacred and inspirational choral music

The Classical Shop
release date: July 2010


Record Label
Marquis Classics

Genre:

Choir




Total Time - 68:44
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How Sweet the Sound

     
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BALDASSARE GALUPPI

 

Dixit Dominus

 
1 I Dixit Dominus 3:33
     
2 II Juravit Dominus 4:06
     
3 III Judicabit In Nationibus 3:16
     
 

JOHANN MICHAEL HAYDN

 

St.Leopold Mass

 
4 I Kyrie Eleison 1:45
     
5 II Gloria 2:46
     
6 III Credo 5:47
     
7 IV Sanctus 1:16
     
8 V Benedictus 2:26
     
9 VI Agnus Dei 4:17
     
 

GABRIEL FAURÉ

10 

Cantique de Jean Racine

4:44
     
 

CLAUDE DEBUSSY

11 

Noël des enfants

2:27
     
 

JOHANNES BRAHMS

12 

Ave Maria

3:23
     
 

ROBERT EVANS

13 

Pie Jesu

2:07
     
 

SRUL IRVING GLICK

 

Psalm Trilogy

 
14 I Psalm 92 4:30
     
15 II Psalm 47 3:23
     
16 III Psalm 23 4:14
     
 

ELEANOR DALEY

17 

A Psalm of Praise

4:08
     
 

ZOLTAN KODALY

18 

Evening Song

2:46
     
 

PAUL HALLEY

19 

Freedom Trilogy

7:50


The Toronto Children’s Chorus new album, How Sweet the Sound, is a collection of sacred and inspirational music, ranging across time from Haydn’s St. Leopold Mass to Paul Halley’s Freedom Trilogy. The soaring treble voices of this world-renowned choir, with orchestral accompaniment, create a beautiful sound that is convincing and truly uplifting.
 

"I doubt there is a better, more technically polished and musically sophisticated children’s choir anywhere."

David Vernier - Classics Today
 




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