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Choral Concert: Turtle Creek Chorale - SCHUBERT, F. / LAURIDSEN, M. / CACCINI, G. / MORRICONE, E. (Serenade)

Choral Concert: Turtle Creek Chorale - SCHUBERT, F. / LAURIDSEN, M. / CACCINI, G. / MORRICONE, E. (Serenade)

The Classical Shop
release date: February 2013

Originally recorded in 2012

Artists:

Seelig, Timothy


Timothy Seelig

Conductor

Turtle Creek Chorale



Record Label
Reference Recordings CD

Genre:

Choir


Classical

Total Time - 17:41
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Choral Concert: Turtle Creek Chorale - SCHUBERT, F. / LAURIDSEN, M. / CACCINI, G. / MORRICONE, E. (Serenade)

     
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ERIC HELMUTH

1 

Everyone Sang

2:36
     
 

STEPHEN PAULUS

2 

Loving-kindness

4:08
     
 

JOHN RUTTER

3 

A Choral Fanfare

2:07
     
 

TRADITIONAL

4 

Laska Opravdiva (True Love), JW IV/8

3:50
     
 

JOHANNES BRAHMS

5 

3 Gesange, Op. 42 (text by C. Brentano)

1:56
     
 

ERIC WHITACRE

6 

Lux Aurumque

3:04
     
 Timothy Seelig Conductor
 Seelig, Timothy


 The Turtle Creek Chorale, America’s finest male chorus, has a long history with RR. Starting in 1992, they gave a spine-tingling performance of Randall Thompson’s Testament of Freedom, and continued with four more critically-acclaimed CDs including one of RR’s all-time best sellers, the Requiem by John Rutter.

 
The Chorale’s long-time conductor, Dr. Timothy Seelig, recently announced his retirement, and expressed the wish that he could make one more recording with RR. The result is SERENADE, and Dr. Seelig says he could have no finer going-away present.
 
Included are selections by some of today’s most popular living composers, such as Morten Lauridsen, John Rutter, Eric Whitacre and Stephen Paulus; and beloved classics by Schubert, Brahms and Caccini. A particular highlight is "Nella Fantasia" by Ennio Morricone, adapted from his film score The Mission. All are delivered with "loving kindness," passion and precision, many accompanied by an ensemble of strings and oboe.
 
The HDCD recording was made by "Prof." Keith Johnson in the superb, spacious acoustics of the Meyerson Symphony Center in Dallas, Texas, venue of all the critically-acclaimed Chorale recordings on RR, and many by the Dallas Wind Symphony. Musically and sonically, SERENADE is destined to become one of RR’s most admired productions.
 
 
 

 "Reference Recordings has a way of accurately capturing the gorgeous tone of this chorale, allowing the listener to hear the nuance of individual voices, a seemingly impossible task with such a large chorale. The soundstage will run down your walls." 

 
Bill Brooks - soundstage.com
 



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