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Escape to…Where the River Meets the Sea – March 2015

  1. Vidi Aquam (I Saw Water), Michael McCarthy, Traditional Latin
  2. To Be Sung Upon the Water, Samuel Barber, Louise Bogan, Opus 42, No. 2
  3. Esta Tierra, Javier Busto, Franciso Pino
  4. Paso (Progess), Javier Busto, Franciso Pino
  5. Healing River, Fred Hellerman, Fran Minkoff, Arranged by Sheena Phillips
  6. Shenandoah, American Folksong, Arranged by James Erb
  7. Red River Valley, Traditional American, Arranged by Sy Brandon
  8. Napili Bay, 2 PM, J.A.C. Redford
  9. Illinois (By Thy Rivers Gently Flowing), Archibald Johnson, Charles H. Chamberlin with New Verses, For the Illinois Sesquicentennial by Win Stracke
  10. Where Go the Boats, Dale Trumbore, Robert Louis Stevenson, Chicago Area Premiere
  11. Shall We Gather at the River, Robert Lowry, Arranged by Hubert Bird
  12. Deep River, Traditional Spiritual, Arranged by Roy Ringwald
  13. I’m Gonna Cross the River Jordan, Vicki Tucker Courtney, Bert Stratton
  14. Tides of Ocean, Matthew Orlovich, Victor Carrell
  15. Loch Lomond, Scottish Folk Song, Arranged by Ralph Vaughan Williams
  16. Just as the Tide was Flowing, Traditional English Folk Song, Arranged by Ralph Vaughan Williams
  17. The Keel Row, Northumbrian Folk Song, Arranged by Philip Lawson
  18. On a Slow Boat to China, Frank Loesser, Arranged by Victoria Linich
  19. How Deep is the Ocean, Irving Berlin, Arranged by Kirby Shaw
  20. (Sittin’ on) The Dock of the Bay, Steve Cropper & Otis Redding, Arranged by Mac Huff
  21. Seaside Rendezvous, Freddie Mercury, Arranged by Paul Hart
  22. Euroclydon, William Billings, Psalm 107
  23. The Sounding Sea, Eric William Barnum, George Williams Curtis
  24. Secure Craig Courtney, Susan Bentall Boersma
  25. Ol’ Man River, Jerome Kern, Oscar Hammerstein II, Arranged by Nicholas Hare