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Visions of Hildegard for Orchestra

Visions of Hildegard was inspired by Hildegard of Bingen of the Order of Saint Benedict.  She lived from 1098-1179, and she was known as Saint Hildegard, Sibyl of the Rhine, as well as an abbess, writer, composer, philosopher, mystic, and visionary. Many consider her...

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Visions of Hildegard for Violin and Piano

Visions of Hildegard was inspired by Hildegard of Bingen of the Order of Saint Benedict.  She lived from 1098-1179, and she was known as Saint Hildegard, Sibyl of the Rhine, as well as an abbess, writer, composer, philosopher, mystic, and visionary. Many consider her...

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Voices with Instruments #2, Vol. 18

A Love Supreme (Singers Edition) Cheryl Walker’s beautiful poem, A Love Supreme, provides the inspiration and text for this composition written for the St. Louis Women’s Chorale with the Equinox Chamber Players.  Walker’s evocative words create several diverse...

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We Offer Thanks and Praise for Two Trumpets & Organ

We Offer Thanks and Praise (Wir danken und preisen) is from J. S. Bach's Cantata No. 134, Ein Herz, das Seinein Jesum lebend weiss ("A heart which Jesus clearly knows") written for Easter Tuesday, April 11, 1724, in Leipzig. This cantata is for alto and tenor...

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What is the World to Me

What is the World to Me or Was frag ich nach der Welt is an arrangement based on two cantatas of J. S. Bach. The music itself is from Cantata 129, Gelobet sei der Herr, mein Gott, the fifth movement (chorale for chorus and instruments), written for Trinity Sunday,...

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Works for Organ

Padre Antonio Soler (1729-1783) wrote over 120 keyboard sonatas as well as six organ concertos. These are a few of his most popular sonatas, arranged for organ. Intento is a magnificent fugue that builds to a thrilling climax after 250 measures of glorious...

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Works for Solo Piano

This collection features music composed by Smith between 1940 and 1953. Irene Britton Smith (1907-1999) was born in Chicago, Illinois. She studied composition with Stella Roberts and Leo Sowerby at the American Conservatory, where she received her Bachelor of Music...

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​Phantom of the Dreams’ Origin

Phantom of the Dreams’ Origin is a new musical meditation on the poetry of Andreas Embirikos, in English translation by poets Stefene Russell and Chris King. The piece sets to music a selection of prose poems from Embirikos’ 1935 masterpiece Blast Furnace, which Nikos...

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