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Birdland – Mar 2017
  1. Birds, John Biggs
  2. She’s Like the Swallow, Canadian Folk Song, Arranged by Bob Chilcott
  3. Blue Bird, Charles Villers Stanford
  4. If I were a Swan, Kevin Puts, Fleda Brown
  5. Silver Swan, Orlando Gibbons
  6. The Silver Swan, Michael Wolniakowski
  7. Sommerlust in Walde, Max Bruch
  8. Lerchengesang, Felix Mendelssohn
  9. Trois Beaux Oiseaux du Paradis, Maurice Ravel
  10. Un Cygne, Paul Hindemith, Rainer Maria Rilke
  11. Australian Bush Songs, Ian Grandage
    1. Dawn
    2. Birds
  12. Everyone Sang, Matthew D. Nielsen, Siegfried Sassoon
  13. The Penguin, Robert Applebaum, Oliver Herford
  14. The Hen, Robert Applebaum, Oliver Herford
  15. Wild Wooddove, Edie Hill, Gerard Manley Hopkins, World Premiere
  16. Los Bilbilicos, Ladino Folksong, Arranged by Robert DeCormier
  17. Se Equivoco la Paloma, Carlos Guastavino, Rafael Alberti
  18. Manchai Puito, Argentine Folksong, Arranged by Oscar Escalada
  19. A Nightingale Sang in Berkley Square, Manning Sherwin, Eric
  20. Maschwitz, Arranged by Gene Puerling
  21. Lullaby of Birdland, George Shearing, George David Weiss, Arranged by Kerry Marsh
  22. Skylark, Hoagy Carmichael, Johnny Mercer, Arranged by Teena Chin
  23. Black Bird, John Lennon & Paul McCartney, Arranged by Daryl Runswick

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Where Angels Sing – Dec 2016
  1. Jingle Bells, J. Pierpont, arranged by Ben Parrangedy
  2. Star in the East, The Southern Harmony, Reginald Heber, Compiled by William Walker, arranged by William Averitt
  3. Behold the Star, William L. Dawson
  4. Ave Maria d’Aosta, Jaakko Mantyjarvi
  5. When Mary Walked through Woods of Thorn, German Carol, arranged by James Helme Sutcliffe
  6. Alma Redemptoris Mater, Carson Cooman, Attrib. Hermannus Contractus (1013-54)
  7. Maria Maris Stella, William Hawley, Anon, 13th Century
  8. Magnum Mysterium, Daniel Elder, Fourth Responsory at Matins, Christmas Day
  9. We Three Kings, John Henry Hopkins, arranged by Dave Brubeck
  10. When the Song of the Angels, Paul Ayres, Howard Thurman
  11. The Three Kings, Jonathan Dove, Dorothy L. Sayers
  12. The First Nowell, Traditional English, arranged by Alice Parker & Robert Shaw, In Celebration of #Aliceis90
  13. God Rest ye Merry Gents, Traditional English, arranged by Saunder Choi
  14. If Christ had been Born in Another Time, Matthew Orlovich, Pat Edwards
  15. Nativity, Matthew Orlovich, James McAuley
  16. Herself a Rose, Robert Convery, Christina Rosetti, World Premiere
  17. Sweet was the Song, Donald Bailey, Old English
  18. Dormi Jesu, Conor O’Reilly
  19. No Room, Larry Nickel, Luke 2:7, Matthew 8:28, Phillipians 2:6 & II Corinthians 8:9
  20. Song of the Crib, Bob Chilcott, Charles Bennett
  21. Glory to God in the Highest, Randall Thompson, Luke 2: 14
  22. Run, Toboggan Run, Abbie Burt Betinis, Holly Windle
  23. Midnight Clear, Matthew D. Nielsen, Edmund H. Sears
  24. Carol Medley, Traditional English Carols, arranged by Jonathan Rathbone
    1. Deck the Halls
    2. I Saw Three Ships
    3. We Wish you a Merry Christmas
    4. The Holly and the Ivy
    5. The First Nowell
    6. Past Three O’Clock
  25. Have Yourself a Merry Little Chistmas (Encore), Hugh Martin & Ralph Blaine, arranged by Robert Convery

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You Name It?! – Mar 2016
  1. Nelly Bly, Stephen Foster, arranged by Jack Halloran
  2. Gentle Annie, Stephen Foster, arranged by Thomas Juneau
  3. Jeannie with the Light Brown Hair, Stephen Foster, arranged by Doug McConnell,
  4. Buttermilk Hill, American Folk Song, arranged & Additional Lyrics by Phil Olson
  5. Johnny, I Hardly Knew Ye, Traditional Irish, arranged by Alice Parker, In Celebration of #Alice is 90!
  6. La Llorona, Traditional Mexican, arranged By Vicente Chavarrangedia
  7. Anthony O’Daly, Samuel Barber, James Stephens, Opus 16, No. 2
  8. Barbara Allen, Traditional English, arranged by Mac Huff, Danny Boy, Irish Traditional
  9. Jenny Rebecca, Carol Hall, arranged by Clair T. McElfresh
  10. Jenny Kiss’d Me, Eric Barnum, James Leigh Hunt,
  11. Abel and Cain, Rick Good
  12. John Saw Duh Numbuh, African American Spiritual, arranged Alice Parker & Robert Shaw, In Celebration of #Alice is 90!
  13. John Williams is the Man, John Williams, George Lucas, et al, arranged by J.S. Slagowski, Bryant W. Smith, & Mr. Tim
  14. Be Careful What You Eat, Jacques Offenbach, Randy Rogel, arranged by Deke Sharon, The Elements, Sir Arthur Sullivan, Tom Lehrer, arranged by Andrew Johnson, World Premiere
  15. Michelle, John Lennon & Paul McCartney, arranged by Paris Rutherford, Penny Lane, John Lennon & Paul McCartney, arranged by Paris Rutherford,
  16. When Sunny Gets Blue – Marvin Fisher, Jack Segal, arranged by Paris Rutherford
  17. Emily, Johnny Mercer, Johnny Mandel, arranged by Gene Puerling
  18. Linus and Lucy, Vince Guaraldi, arranged by Philip Kern
  19. Amie, Craig Fuller, arranged by Lorinda Guenther-WrightWorld Premiere
  20. Rosanna, David Paich, arranged by Philip Lawson
  21. Windy, Ruthann Friedman, arranged by Victoria L. LinichWorld Premiere, Build Me Up Buttercup, Tom McCauley & Michael D’Abo, arranged by Sean Conor Anderson
  22. She Goes Shopping for Gucci, Larrangedy Nickel

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A New Beginning – Dec 2015
  1. Christmastime, Michael W. Smith & Joanna Carlson, arranged by Heather Sorenson
  2. Herself a Rose`, Craig Courtney, Christina Rosetti,
  3. Thou Didst Leave Thy Throne, Timothy R. Matthews, Emily E.S. Elliott, arranged by Cliff Duren
  4. Ubers Gebirg Maria Geht, Johannes Eccard, Ludwig Helmbold, Edited by John Levitt
  5. Laudemus Cum Harmonia, John Wykoff, Based on a Traditional Carol
  6. A Nywe Werk, Sean Doherty, Anonymous 15th Century Carol, US Premiere
  7. Veni, Veni Emmanuel, Michael John Trotta, 18th Century Hymn, 9th Century Origin
  8. Still We Wait, David Das, Charles Wesley
  9. Before the Paling of the Stars, James Lavino, Christina Rosetti
  10. Winds Through the Olive Trees, George W. Wilmot, Vs. 1-2: Katherine Parker, Vs. 3 Sandra K. Peters, arranged by Sandra K. Peters, “Still, Still, Still” Translation by SKP
  11. The Bethlehem Star, Bob Chilcott, Gerald Manley Hopkins
  12. A Take 6 Christmas, Traditional Carols
    1. Silent Night, arranged Cedric Dent & Mark Kibble
    2. Hark, the Herald Angels Sing, Adapted/Transcribed by Steve Zegree
    3. Sweet Little Jesus Boy
    4. O Come, all Ye Faithful
  13. Hail, Christmas Day!, Abbie Burt Betinis, Rev. John H. Burt
  14. The Animal’s Christmas, Alice Parker – Mary Hitchcock
  15. Christmastide, Matthew Orlovich – Mary C. Shafer, World Premiere
  16. Completing the Circle, Dale Trumbore, Barbara Crooker, Chicago Premiere
  17. Glorious, Glorious, Dale Trumbore, Charles Dickens, Chicago Premiere
  18. Mary, What You Gonna Name that Pretty Little Baby, Traditional Spiritual, arranged by Laurie Betts Hughes
  19. Gifts for the Child of Winter, Bob Chilcott, Charles Bennett,
  20. Walking in the Air, Howard Blake, From “The Snowman”, arranged By Joanna Forbes L’Estrange, Chicago Premiere
  21. I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day, Johnny Marks, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, arranged by Audrey Snyder
  22. Sistah Mary, Traditional Spiritual, arranged by Rollo Dilworth
  23. Joy to the World, Attributed to G.F. Handel, Isaac Watts, arranged By Philip Lawson
  24. Merry Christmas, Darling, Richard Carpenter & Frank Pooler, arranged by Kirby Shaw

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Where the River Meets the Sea – Mar 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 Carrangedell
  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

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The Anticipation of Christmas – Dec 2014
  1. Veni Redemptor Gentium, Einsiedeln c. 1120/Erfurt 1524, St. Ambrose, translated by William Morton Reynolds, arranged by Andrew Smith
  2. Verbum Caro Factum Est, Z. Randall Stroope, (The Word was made flesh), John 1:14, Isaiah 9:2
  3. Creator of the Stars of Night, David Ashley White, Latin 9th Century, 1940 Hymnal Version, after JM Neale
  4. Tota Pulchra es – Maria, Leo Nestor, Antiphons at 2nd Vespers, Song of Songs 4:7, 6:10, Judith 15:9bm, Daniel 7:9 & Revelation 1:16
  5. Angelus ad Virginem, 14th Century Irish, Anonymous, arranged by Carol Barnett
  6. There is No Rose of Such Virtue, Robert H. Young, Anonymous
  7. Russian Credo (1964 Version) , Igor Stravinsky, The Nicene Creed
  8. Born a Sacrifice, Bonnie Keen & Lowell Alexander, arranged by David Maddux,
  9. Hear the Lamb A-Cryin’ , Craig Courtney, Pamela Martin
  10. O Magnum Mysterium, William Hawley, Responsory: Matins for the Nativity of our Lord
  11. The Babe of Bethlehem, William Walker, Southern Harmony, arranged by Abbie Betinis
  12. Lo, There is Light, Matthew Orlovich, Reginald Heber & AB (Banjo) Peterson
  13. You are the New Day, John David, arranged by Peter Knight
  14. I Sing the Birth, Edward Elgar, Ben Johnson
  15. Alleluja, Michael Orlinsky, World Premiere
  16. Star Song, Robert Convery, Robert Herrick
  17. As Joseph was A-Walking, Fred Gramann, Traditional English Carol
  18. Bethlehem Down, Peter Warlock, Bruce Blunt
  19. We Three Kings, Robert Applebaum, Traditional, World Premiere
  20. Dormi Jesu, Abbie Betinis, Anonymous
  21. Susanni, Von Himmel Hoch, The Oxford Book of Carols, arranged by James McCullough – Mary Sat A-Rockin’, Greg Gilpin
  22. Oh, Jerusalem in the Morning, arranged by Joseph Jennings
  23. Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas, Hugh Martin, Ralph Blaine, arranged by Robert Convery

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Critical Mass – Mar 2014
  1. Mass in Four Voices William Byrd, c. 1540-1623
    Kyrie Eleison
    Gloria in Excelsis
    Credo in unum Deum
    Sanctus, Benedictus
    Agnus Dei
  2. Mass Vincent Persichetti, 1915-1987
    Kyrie
    Gloria
    Credo
    Sanctus
    Agnus Dei
  3. Kyrie Franz Schubertm D. 45 1797-1828
  4. Gloria Craig Courtney, Luke 2:14
  5. Crucifixus for 8 Voices, Antonio Lotti
  6. Sanctus, Craig Courtney
  7. Agnus Dei, Carol Barnett, From “The World Beloved: A Bluegrass Mass”
  8. Mass in G Minor Ralph Vaughan Williams, 1872-1958
    Kyrie
    Gloria
    Credo
    Sanctus
    Agnus Dei
  9. A Jubilant Gloria Linda Spevacek

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Star in the East – Dec 2013
  1. A Christmas Carol (All Men Draw Near), Hungarian Traditional Tune, Clement F. Rogers, arranged by Zoltan Kodaly
  2. Magnificat, Arvo Part
  3. How Far is it to Bethlehem?, Geoffrey Shaw, Frances Chesterton
  4. Long, Long Ago, Herbert Howells, From “Such Liberty” by John Buxton
  5. The Holy Boy, John Ireland, Herbert S. Brown, edited by Philip Brunelle
  6. Lully, Lulla, Thou Little Tiny Child, Kenneth Leighton, The Pageant of the Shearman & Tailors, Coventry, 15th Century
  7. Mary’s Lullaby (with Silent Night), Fredrik Sixten/Franz Gruber, Bo Setterlind/Joseph Mohr, English Translation Fredrik Gildea
  8. Star over Bethlehem, Alice Tegner, English Text Norman Luboff, arranged by Peder Karlsson
  9. O Magnum Mysterium, Siguour Saevarrangedson, United States premiere
  10. Still, Still, Still (Eb), Traditional German Carol, arranged by James Fritschel
    Virga Jesse, Anton Bruckner
  11. Ehre sei Gott in der Hohe, Felix Mendelssohn, Book of Common Prayer
  12. A Christmas Round, John Tavener
  13. Today the Virgin, John Tavener, Mother Thelka
  14. Ave Maria, Franz Biebl
  15. I Sing of a Maiden that is Makeless, Arnold Bax, 15th Century
  16. The Virgin’s Cradle Hymn, Edmund Rubbra, English Lyrics by Samuel Taylor Coleridge
  17. Blessed be that Maid Marie, Sean Doherty, Anonymous, 15th Century, Chicago area premiere
  18. Jesus, Jesus Rest your Head, Leo Nestor, Appalachian Carol
  19. In Time of Softest Snow, John Carter – Mary Kay Beall
  20. A Christmas Canticle (A Virgin Shall Conceive), Adolphus Hailstork, Isaiah 7:14-15
  21. He Shall be Born – Mary Rice Hopkins & Wendy Talbot Francisco, arranged by Lorinda Wright
  22. Hallelujah! – Mark James Meier
  23. Wassail Song, Ralph Vaughan Williams

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Blue Skies – Mar 2013
  1. National Weather Forecast, Henry Mollicone
  2. The Shower, Edward Elgar, Henry Vaughan
  3. Come in from the Rain, Melissa Manchester & Carol Bayer Sager, arranged by Mac Huff
  4. The Voice of the Rain, Stephen Chatman, Walt Whitman
  5. Soon It’s Gonna Rain, Tom Jones, Harvey Schmidt, arranged by Kirby Shaw, From The Fantasticks
  6. Summer Song, Antonin Dvorak
  7. I Been in the Storm so Long, Traditional Spiritual, arranged by Vicki Tucker Courtney
  8. We Welcome Summer, Clare Maclean, Michael Leunig
  9. As Torrents in Summer, Edward Elgar, From King Olaf
  10. Fire and Rain, James Taylor, arranged by Philip Lawson
  11. Blue Skies, Irving Berlin, From Betsy, arranged by Deke Sharon
  12. Weather Report, Bob Chilcott, Traditional Rhymes
  13. Foggy Dew, Old Irish Melody, A.P. Graves, arranged by Charles Villiers Stanford
  14. Put, Vejini, Latvian Seafarer’s Song, (Blow, Winds), arranged by Imant Raminsh
  15. A Rainy Day, Greg Bartholomew, John Brainard
  16. Swansea Town, English Folk Song, arranged by Gustav Holst
  17. When Storms Arise, Adolphus Hailstork, Paul Lawrence Dunbar
  18. Written on a Rainy Night, Chen Yi, Li Shangyin
    Yver, Vous n’Estes Qu’un Villain, Claude Debussy, Charles D’Orleans, From Trois Chansons
  19. Not a Cloud in Yonder West – Mary Travers, Emily Han
  20. Winter Sky, David Lantz III, Linda Marcus
  21. Snow, Irving Berlin, From White Christmas, arranged by Victoria L. Linich
  22. The Choir in the Rain, David Solomons

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A Midnight Clear – Dec 2012
  1. Noel Nouvelet!, Traditional 15th Century French, arranged by Joseph H. Jennings
  2. Shiloh, William Billings
  3. Judea: A Virgin Unspotted, William Billings
  4. This Day Christ was Born, William Byrd
  5. Hodie Christus Natus est, Jan Pieters Sweelinck
  6. A Carol for Christmas, Charles V. Stanford, Edmund Bolton
  7. I Sing the Birth Setting by C. Hubert Parrangedy, Ben Johnson
  8. Here is the Little Door, Herbert Howells, Francis Chesterton
  9. A Spotless Rose, Herbert Howells, Anonymous 14th Century
  10. Sing Lullaby, Herbert Howells, F. W. Harvey
  11. Sing Noe, Alfred E. Sturgis
  12. Domaredansen (Judge’s Dance), Swedish Folk Song, arranged by Drew Collins
  13. little tree, Matthew Harrangedis, e.e. cummings
  14. There is no Rose of such Vertu, Fredrik Sixten, Anonymous 14th Century,
  15. A Star, N. Grant Pfeifer, Grace Noll Crowell
  16. Before the Paling of the Stars, Donald Bailey, Christina Rosetti
  17. A Christmas Carol, Charles Ives, arranged by Paul C. Echols
  18. Twelfth Night, Robert Scholz, Laurie Lee
  19. One Small Child, David Meece, arranged by David Maddux
  20. Silent Night (Stille Nacht), Franz Gruber, Joseph Mohr, Setting by Bern Herbolsheimer
  21. Sweet Little Jesus Boy, Robert MacGimsey, arranged by Ken Berg
  22. Glory to the Christ Child, Alan Bullard
  23. The Virgin Mary had a Baby Boy, West Indian, arranged by Ken Burton
  24. Rise Up, Shepherd, and Follow!, American Traditional, arranged by Susan Naylor Callaway

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Where Time Flies – Mar 2012
  1. Haec Dies (This is the Day), William Byrd, Psalm 118, Edited by The King’s Singers
  2. Morning Star, Arvo Part, Prayer above the Tomb of St. Bede in Durham Cathedral
  3. Ce Grand Matin, Frantz Casseus, (Such a Lively Morning), arranged by Emile Desamours
  4. My Lord, What a Mornin’, Traditional Spiritual, arranged by Hubert Bird
  5. Fair Daffodils, Arthur Sullivan, Robert Herrick
  6. Sweet Day, Ralph Vaughan Williams, George Herbert
  7. Evening, Sergei Taneyev, No. 2 from Twelve Choruses, Op. 27, Edited by Amy Kaiser, English Translation by Amy Kaiser
  8. After Sunset, Robert H. Young, William Shakespeare
  9. How Calmly the Evening, Sir Edward Elgar, Thomas Toke Lynch
  10. Water Night, Eric Whitacre, Original Spanish Text by Octavio Paz, English Translation by Muriel Rukeyser
  11. O Peaceful Night, Edward German, W. Herbert Scott
  12. Song, Karel Husa, (Good Night)
  13. In Mists of Night, Gustav Schreck, Edited by Frank Pooler & Stan DeWitt
  14. Ain’t Got Time to Die, Hall Johnson
  15. Great Day, Carol Barnett, Traditional
  16. Keep Your Lamps Trimmed and Burning, Traditional Spiritual, arranged by Emily Crocker
  17. Tempus, Stephen Chatman, Auctoritates Aristotelis (Medieval), No. 1 from Time Pieces
  18. Clocks, Stephen Chatman, No. 4 from Time Pieces
  19. Grandfather’s Clock, Henry Clay Work, arranged by Philip Lawson
  20. Seasons of Love, Jonathan Larson, From Rent, arranged by Deke Sharon
  21. When I’m Sixty Four, John Lennon & Paul McCartney, arranged by Paul Hart
  22. The Blue Bird , Charles Villiers Stanford – Mary E. Coleridge
  23. O Sifuni Mungu – Marty McCall, David Maddux, Mmunga Mwenbulong & , Asukulu ‘Yenu Mukalay
  24. California Dreamin’ , John & Michelle Phillips, arranged by Victoria Linich
  25. Where the Sun will Never Go Down, Based on Traditional Spirituals, arranged by Joseph Jennings
  26. Always, Irving Berlin, arranged by Deke Sharon

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The Christmas Story – Dec 2011
  1. The Christmas Story, Hugo Distler, English Translation: Maynard Klein, Opus 10
  2. Run, Shepherds, Run!, Jonathan Dove, text by William Drummond of Hawthornden
  3. Carols of the Nativity arranged by Stephen Chatman
    1. As I Lay Upon a Night (Alma Redemptoris Mater) Stephen Chatman, Anonymous 15th Century
    2. Bring a Torch, Jeanette, Isabella Marc-Antoine Charpentier, Recueil de noel en langue Provencal, 1856
    3. The Huron Carol (T’was in the Moon of Wintertime) Iesous Ahtonnia (Jesus, He is Born), Huron: Father Sain Jean de Brebeuf (1563-1649) 16th Century French Canadian, English translation: Jesse Edgar Middleton (1872-1960)
    4. A Christmas Lullaby Stephen Chatman, John Addington Symonds (1840-1893)
    5. The First Noel Traditional, Traditional, William Sandy’s version (c. 1833)
    6. Wassail Stephen Chatman, John Bale (c. 1548)
    7. Angels we have Heard on High Traditional, Traditional 18th Century
  4. Pulchra es tu Maria Andrew Smith, Text from Salve mater redemptoris, United States Premiere
  5. Nativity Matthew Orlovich, James McAuley Northern Hemisphere Premiere
  6. If Christ had been Born in Another Time, Matthew Orlovich, Pat Edwards Northern Hemisphere Premiere
  7. Glory to the Newborn King, based on Traditional Spirituals, arranged by Joseph Jennings
  8. Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas, Hugh Martin and Ralph Blaine, arranged by Robert Convery

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The Movies – Mar 2011
  1. The Continental, Con Conrad, Herb Magidson, arranged by David Blackwell, from “The Gay Divorcee”
  2. Singin’ in the Rain, Nacio Herb Brown, Arthur Freed, arranged by April Arabian-Tini, from “The Hollywood Revue of 1929” AND “Singin’ in the Rain”
  3. Love Walked In, George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin, arranged by Steve Zegree, from “The Goldwyn Follies”, Soloist: Miki Thomas
  4. If I Only Had a Brain , Harold Arlen, E. Y. “Yip” Harburg, arranged by Fred Sturm, from “The Wizard of Oz”
  5. On a Slow Boat to China, , Frank Loesser, from “Neptune’s Daughter”, arranged by Victoria L. Linich
  6. Smoke Gets in Your Eyes , Jerome Kern, Otto Harbach, arranged by David Blackwell, from “Roberta”
  7. Tea for Two, Vincent Youmans, Irving Caesar, from “No, No, Nanette”
  8. People, Jules Styne, Bob Merrill, arranged by Kirby Shaw, from “Funny Girl”
  9. Jerusalem, C.H.H. Parrangedy, from “Chariots of Fire”, arranged by John Cacavas
  10. Non Nobis Domine, Patrick Doyle, Psalm 115:1, from “Henry V”
  11. Scarborough Fair, Traditional Folk Song, from “The Graduate”, arranged by Everett Reed
  12. The Green Leaves of Summer, Dimitri Tiomkin, Paul Francis Webster, arranged by Marie Johnson, from “The Alamo”
  13. The People’s Lament (Opus 137), Dimitri Shostakovich, from “King Lear” (1970)
  14. Star Wars, John Williams is the Man, based on the film music of John Williams, George Lucas, arranged by Mister Tim
  15. What a Wonderful World, , George David Weiss & Bob Thiele, from “What a Wonderful World”, arranged by Rene Clausen
  16. You Do Something to Me,, Cole Porter, from “Mighty Aphrodite”, arranged by Dick Hyman
  17. When I Fall in Love , Victor Young, Edward Heyman, arranged by Phil Azelton, , from “One Minute to Zero”
  18. Moon River, Henry Mancini, Johnny Mercer, arranged by Steve Zegree, from “Breakfast at Tiffany’s”
  19. If I Fell, (B), John Lennon & Paul McCartney, from “A Hard Day’s Night”, arranged by Bob Chilcott
  20. Eleanor Rigby, John Lennon & Paul McCartney, from “Yellow Submarine”, arranged by Paul Hart
  21. Alfie, Burt Bacharach, Hal David, arranged by Phil Mattson, from “Alfie”
  22. Candle on the Water , Al Kasha & Joel Hirschhorn, from “Pete’s Dragon”, arranged by Kirby Shaw
  23. When She Loved Me, Randy Newman, from “Toy Story 2”, arranged by Andrew Piper
  24. Sounds of Silence, Simon & Garfunkel, from “The Graduate”, arranged by Taco Sorgdrager
  25. Ete 42 (The Summer Knows) , Michel Legrand, Jacques Drejac, arranged by Ward Swingle, from “The Summer of 42”
  26. Bohemian Rhapsody, Freddie Mercury, from “Wayne’s World”, arranged by Phillip Lawson
  27. I’ll Be Seeing You, Sammy Fain, Irving Kahal, arranged by Darmon Meader, from “I’ll Be Seeing You”
  28. Can you Feel the Love Tonight, Elton John, Tim Rice, arranged by Mac Huff, from “The Lion King”

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A Child’s Christmas – Dec 2010
  1. A Boy Was Born on Christmas, Hans L. Hassler (Passion Chorale), Anita Kerr, Traditional Harmony by J. S. Bach, transcribed by Woody Woodward
  2. Mary Had a Baby, Traditional Spiritual, arranged by Craig Courtney
  3. A Cradle Song, Stephen Chatman, William Blake (1757-1827), adapted by Stephen Chatman
  4. Bring a Torch, Jeannette, Isabella, Traditional French Carol, Traditional, additional lyrics by Glenn E. Poore, arranged by Glenn E. Poore
  5. Cradle Carol, Ralph Vaughan Williams, George Wither (1588-1667), arranged by Michael Wolniakowski
  6. Mary, Where is Your Baby?, Donald Bailey
  7. The Little Road to Bethlehem, Michael Head – Margaret Rose
  8. Follow That Star to Bethlehem, Emily Crocker
  9. Die Stimme des Kindes, Jaakko Mäntyjärvi, Nikolaus Lenau
  10. Carol, Linda Williams, Hilaire Belloc (1870-1953)
  11. Past Three a Clock, Traditional English, arranged by Edwin Fissinger
  12. All is Well, Michael W. Smith & Wayne Kirkpatrick, arranged by Joseph Graham
  13. Glory, Glory, Glory to the Newborn King, Based on “Go Tell it on the Mountain”, additional words & music by Moses Hogan
  14. It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas, Meredith Willson, arranged by Mac Huff
  15. Silver Bells, Jay Livingston & Ray Evans, From “The Lemon Drop Kid”, arranged by Mac Huff
  16. Christmas Time is Here, Vince Guaraldi, Lee Mendelson, arranged by Audrey Snyder,
  17. Carol of the Drum, Katherine K. Davis
  18. New Dance for the Sugar Plum Fairy, based on Tchaikovsky’s “Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy”, Amy Engelhardt, arranged by Michelle Weir
  19. Some Children See Him, Alfred Burt, Wihla Hutson
  20. Bright, Bright the Holly Berries, Alfred Burt, Wilha Hutson
  21. Elves’ Bells, Stephen Chatman
  22. Jingle Bells, James L. Pierpont, adapted by Gordon Langford, arranged by Gordon Langford
  23. Throw the Yule Log on, Uncle John, PDQ Bach (1807-1742)? reverently edited by Professor Peter Schickele
  24. Mary Had a Baby, William L. Dawson
  25. Look Up, Children, Jay Althouse
  26. Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas, Hugh Martin and Ralph Blaine, arranged by Robert Convery

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The Light of the Moon – Mar 2010
  1. The Music of the Night, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Charles Hart & Richard Stilgoe, arranged by Kirby Shaw
  2. Nachtwache II (Nightwatch 2), Johannes Brahms, From  Funf Gesange, number 2, Opus 104, Friedrich Ruckert
  3. Die Nachtigall, Felix Mendelssohn, Opus 59, No. 4, J.W. Goethe
  4. Evening, Arthur Sullivan, J.W. Goethe, English Translation by Lord Houghton
  5. My Love Dwelt in a Northern Land, Edward Elgar, Andrew Lang
  6. All This Night, Gerald Finzi, William Austin
  7. Ejszaka (Night), Gyorgy Ligeti, Weores Sandor nyoman
  8. Water Night, Eric Whitacre, Original Spanish Text by octavio Paz, Translation by Muriel Rukeyser
  9. Soneto de la Noche (Sonnet of the Night), Morten Lauridsen, From Nocturnes, Pablo Neruda, Translation by Nicholas Lauridsen
  10. By the Light of the Moon, Robert Convery, Anonymous 18th Century Celtic, Translation by George Gordon, Lord Byron
  11. At Morning’s Twilight, Cory Johnson, Rumi, 13th Century Sufi Poet, Translation by Cory Johnson & Dawn Brooks
  12. Is A Light Shinin’ in the Heavens?, Robert L. Morris, Adapted from Various African American Folk Sources
  13. Dream Song, Beth Anderson, Walter de la Mare
  14. Evening Prayer, Engelbert Humperdinck, From Hansel & Gretel, arranged by Phil Mattson
  15. Even-song, Bob Chilcott, George Herbert
  16. All through the Night, Welsh Folk Song, arranged by K. Lee Scott
  17. The Way You Look Tonight, Jerome Kern, Dorothy Fields, arranged by Kirby Shaw
  18. Song of a Summer Night, Frank Loesser, From The Most Happy Fella, arranged by Victoria Linich
  19. A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square, Manning Sherwin, Eric Maschwitz, arranged by Gene Puerling
  20. The Stars are with the Voyager), Jay Althouse, Thomas Hood
  21. The Night is Young, Colum Sands, arranged by Paul Carey
  22. Vincent (Starrangedy, Starrangedy Night), Don McLean, arranged by Roger Emerson
  23. That Lonesome Road, James Taylor & Don Grolnick, arranged by Simon Carrangedington
  24. In the Still of the Nite (I’ll Remember), Fred Parrangedis, arranged by Ed Lojeski
  25. Blue Moon, Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart, arranged by Jeff Funk

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The Light of the Star – Dec 2009
  1. Lo, There is Light, Matthew Orlovich, Reginald Heber and AB (Banjo) Paterson
  2. O Nata Lux, Guy Forbes, Traditional
  3. Lux Aurumque, Eric Whitacre, Edward Esch, Latin Translation by Charles Anthony Silvestri
  4. There is no Rose, Melinda Bargeen, Anonymous (1420)
  5. To Him We Sing, Robert H. Young, Traditional English
  6. Christ’s Nativity (1931), Benjamin Britten
    1. Christ’s Nativity, Words: Henry Vaughan
    2. Sweet was the Song, Words: taken from William Ballet’s Lute Book
    3. Preparations, Words: Christ Church M.S.
    4. New Prince, New Pomp, Words: from Scripture and poem of Robert Southwell
    5. Carol of King Cnut, Words: C.W. Stubbs
  7. Before the Paling of the Stars, Leo Nestor, Christina Rossetti
  8. Star Song, Robert Convery, Adapted from the works of Robert Herrick (1591-1674)
  9. Behold the Star, William L. Dawson
  10. Quem pastores laudavere, James Bassi, Anonymous, 14th century, hoenfurth manuscript
  11. Shepherds, Rejoice!, Knoxville Harmony, Isaac Watts, arranged by Paul Carey
  12. Run Shepherds, Run , Richard Wayne Dirksen, William Drummond of HawthoRnden
  13. Twelfth Night, Samuel Barber, Laurie Lee
  14. Star Unto Glory, Don Michael Dicie, S.R. Lee
  15. Marcho di rei (La Marche des Rois), Anonymous – Marche de J.F. Domergue (1742), Turenne, 17th century, arranged G. Bizet & Anne Heider
  16. The Three Kings, Healey Willan, Laurence Housman
  17. We Three Kings, John Henry Hopkins, arranged by Dave Brubeck
  18. The Three Kings, Jonathan Dove, Dorothy L. Sayers
  19. I Wonder as I Wander , John Jacob Niles, arranged by Steve Pilkington
  20. If Ye Would Hear the Angels Sing, Old Dutch Carol, English Text by Dora Greenwell (1821-1882), arranged by Martha Shaffer
  21. On this Starrangedy Night, Matthew Harrangedis
  22. Beautiful Star of Bethlehem, R. Fisher Boyce, Adger M. Price

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Broadway – Mar 2009
  1. I Could Write a Book, Richard Rodgers, From “Pal Joey” 1940, arranged Deke Sharon, Lyrics by Lorenz Hart
  2. Always , Irving Berlin, From “The Cocoanuts” 1927, arranged Deke Sharon (cut from the original Broadway production)
  3. Blue Skies , Irving Berlin, From “Betsy” 1926, arranged Deke Sharon
  4. Why Was I Born?, Jerome Kern, From “Sweet Adeline” 1930, arranged James Bassi, Lyrics: Oscar Hammerstein II
  5. The Song is You, Jerome Kern, From “Music in the Air” 1932, arranged James Bassi, Lyrics: Oscar Hammerstein II
  6. My Funny Valentine, Richard Rodgers, From “Babes in Arms” 1937, arranged Kirby Shaw, Lyrics by Lorenz Hart
  7. I Got Rhythm, George & Ira Gershwin, from “Girl Crazy” 1930, arranged Christopher Clapham
  8. Night & Day, Cole Porter, from “Gay Divorce” 1932, arranged Andrew Carter
  9. September Song, Kurt Weill, from “Knickerbocker Holiday” 1938, arranged Phil Mattson, lyrics by Maxwell Anderson
  10. Lost in the Stars , Kurt Weill, from “Lost in the Stars” 1949, arranged Paris Rutherford, lyrics: Maxwell Anderson
  11. French Choruses, Leonard Bernstein, From “The Lark” 1955
    1. Spring Song
    2. Court Song Lyrics by Adam de la Halle, 13th Century French Poet
    3. Soldier’s Song
  12. More I Cannot Wish You, Frank Loesser, from “Guys & Dolls” 1950, arranged Phil Mattson
  13. Somewhere, Leonard Bernstein, from “West Side Story” 1957, arranged Roger Edgerton, lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
  14. If I Loved You, Richard Rodgers, from “Carousel” 1945, arranged Kirby Shaw, lyrics: Oscar Hammerstein II
  15. This Nearly was Mine, Richard Rodgers, from “South Pacific” 1949, arranged Deke Sharon, lyrics: Oscar Hammerstein II
  16. I Have Dreamed, Richard Rodgers, from “The King & I” 1951, arranged Kirby Shaw, lyrics: Oscar Hammerstein II
  17. Till There was You, Meredith Wilson, from “The Music Man” 1957, arranged Kirby Shaw, lyrics: Oscar Hammerstein II
  18. If Ever I would Leave You, Frederick Loewe, from “Camelot” 1960, arranged Kirby Shaw, lyrics: Alan Jay Lerner
  19. Try to Remember, Harvey Schmidt, from “The Fantastiks” 1960, arranged Steve Zegree, lyrics: Tom Jones
  20. Put on a Happy Face, Charles Strouse, from “Bye, Bye Birdie” 1960, arranged Deke Sharon, lyrics by Lee Adams
  21. Once Upon a Time, Charles Strouse, from “All American” 1962, arranged Kirby Shaw, lyrics: Lee Adams
  22. Another Hundred People, Stephen Sondheim, from “Company”, 1970, arranged Victoria L. Linich
  23. Send in the Clowns, Stephen Sondheim, from “A Little Night Music”, 1973, arranged Darmon Meader
  24. What I Did for Love  – Marvin Hamlisch, from “A Chorus Line” 1975, arranged Mac Huff, lyrics by Edward Kleban
  25. All I Ask of You  , Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber, from “Phantom of the Opera” 1986, arranged Bob Chilcott, lyrics by Charles Hart & Richard Stilgoe
  26.  ‘Til Him, Mel Brooks, from “The Producers” 2001, arranged Deke Sharon
  27. Movin’ Out (Anthony’s Song), Billy Joel, from “Movin’ Out” 2002, arranged Deke Sharon
  28. Seasons of Love, Jonathan Larson, from “Rent” 1996, arranged Deke Sharon
  29. Soon It’s Gonna Rain, Harvey Schmidt, from “The Fantastiks” 1960, arranged Kirby Shaw, lyrics by Tom Jones

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The Mystery of Christmas – Dec 2008
  1. Veni, Redemptor Gentium, Einsiedlen c. 1120/Erfurt 1524, St. Ambrose (340-397), arranged Andrew Smith, translation by William Morton Reynolds (1851)
  2. A Hymn to the Virgin, Benjamin Britten,  Anonymous c. 1330
  3. Magnificat,  Arvo Part
  4. Ave Maris Stella, Edvard Grieg, Vesper Hymn, 9th Century, edited by John Rutter
  5. Born A Sacrifice,  Bonnie Keen and Lowell Alexander, arranged David Maddux
  6. O Magnum Mysterium,  William Hawley, Responsory: Matins for the Nativity of our Lord
  7. For Him She Sings, Daniel Pinkham, Norma Farber, Poems ©copyright by Norma Farber.
    1. Come Learn of Mary
    2. Easy Enough for Strangers
    3. Even So She Sings
  8. Star Song, Robert Convery
  9. The Three Kings,  Peter Cornelius, translation by H.N. Bate, arranged by Ivor Atkins
  10. Nunc Dimittis, Andrew Smith, Luke 2:29-32
  11. E’en So, Lord Jesus, Quickly Come, Paul O. Manz, Revelation 22, adapted by Paul O. Manz
  12. Christmas Spiritual Medley,  arranged by Joseph Jennings
  13. What Child is This? Traditional 16th Century English, William C. Dix, arranged by Melodie Tunney
  14. There is no Rose of Such Virtue,  Robert Young, Anonymous
  15. Joseph Dearest, Joseph Mine,  Traditional Austrian/German, 16th Century Mystery Plays, English translation by Percy Dearman (1867-1936), arranged Norman Luboff
  16. How Great our Joy!,  German Carol, arranged by David Maddux
  17. Silent Night,  Franz Gruber, Joseph Mohr, arranged by Mark David Johnson
  18. Still, Still, Still,   Traditional German Carol, translation by James Fritschel,  arranged by James Fristchel
  19. Mary, Did you Know?,  Mark Lowry & Buddy Greene, arranged by Mac Huff
  20. In Time of Softest Snow,  John Carter – Mary Kay Beall
  21. The Christmas Song,  Mel Torme and Robert Wells, arranged by Gene Puerling
  22. Do you Hear What I Hear?,  Noel Regney & Gloria Shayne, arranged by Mac Huff
  23. Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas,  Hugh Martin & Ralph Blane, arranged by Robert Convery

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Wonderland – Mar 2008
  1. Two for the Price of One: A Conflation of Two Folk Songs, traditional, arranged by Andrew Carter
  2. The Mouse Madrigal  – American Folk Song, arranged by Steven Porter
  3. Grandfather’s Clock  – Henry Clay Work , arranged by Philip Lawson
  4. Polly-Wolly-Doodle, traditional, arranged by Gail Kubik
  5. Five Childhood Lyrics, John Rutter
    1. Monday’s Child
    2. The Owl & the Pussy Cat
    3. Windy Nights
    4. Matthew – Mark, Luke & John
    5. Sing a Song of Sixpence
  6. The Teddy Bears’ Picnic, John Bratton, Jimmy Kennedy, arranged by Andrew Carter
  7. Be Careful what you Eat, Based on Jacques Offenbach’s “Can-Can”, Randy Rogel, arranged by Deke Sharon
  8. Peter Gunn, Henry Mancini, arranged by Jeff Funk
  9. William Tell Overture, Gioacchino Rossini, arranged by Julie Eschliman
  10. Ronde, Maurice Ravel
  11. I Wan’na be Like You, Richard M. & Robert B. Sherman
  12. Moon River, Henry Mancini, Johnny Mercer, arranged by Steve Zegree
  13. Can you Feel the Love Tonight, Elton John, Tim Rice, arranged by Mac Huff
  14. Maria, Leonard Bernstein, Stephen Sondheim, arranged by Ed Lojeski
  15. Wynken, Blyken & Nod, Beth Anderson-Harold, Eugene Field
  16. The Good Christmas Cat, Beth Anderson-Harold, Jo-Ann Krestan
  17. Acrostic Song from “Final Alice”, David Del Tredici, Lewis Carrangedoll
  18. The Roadside Fire, Jean Belmont, Robert Louis Stevenson
  19. Under the Sea, Alan Menken, Howard Ashman, arranged by Philip Lawson
  20. Kiss the Girl, Alan Menken, Howard Ashman, arranged by Kirby Shaw
  21. Bohemian Rhapsody, Freddie Mercury, arranged by Philip Lawson
  22. Over the Rainbow, Harold Arlen, E.Y. Harburg, arranged by Kirby Shaw

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Christmas all Over the Place – Dec 2007
  1. Christmas Time is Here, Vince Guaraldi, Lee Mendelson, arranged by Audrey Snyder
  2. Carol of the Drum, Katherine K. Davis
  3. Dance of the Sugar-Plum Fairy, Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky, arranged by Jeff Funk
  4. Caroler’s Lullaby, W Zlobie Lezy [Polish Carol], Translation by Edith G. Reed, 1885-1933 alt, arranged Penny Rodriguez
  5. Quatre Motets pour le Temps de Noel, Francis Poulenc Magnum Mysterium
    1. Quem Vidistis
    2. Pastores Dicite
    3. Videntes Stellam
  6. Hodie Christus Natus Est
  7. An Irish Carol, Traditional Irish Carol, attributed to Fr. William Devereax [ca. 1728], arranged by Ken Berg, English Translation Dr. W.H. Grattan Flood
  8. The Little Road To Bethlehem, Michael Head – Margaret Rose
  9. A Welsh Lullaby, based on Traditional Welsh “Suo Gan” arranged by K. Lee Scott
  10. Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence, French Folk Song, text from the Liturgy of St. James, arranged by Peter Christian Lutkin, translated Gerard Moultrie [1864]
  11. Touro-louro-louro!, Provencal Carol, English Text by Wayne Norman, Nicolas Saboly, arranged by Alice Parker & Robert Shaw
  12. Ave Maria, Franz Biebl
  13. Beautiful Star of Bethlehem, R. Fisher Boyce, Adger M. Pace
  14. Starlight, Keith Thomas, arranged by David Maddux
  15. White Christmas, Irving Berlin, arranged by Kirby Shaw
  16. Snow, Irving Berlin, arranged by Victoria L. Linich
  17. Star over Bethlehem, Alice Tegner, Viktor Rydberg, arranged by Peder Karlsson, English Text by Norman Luboff
  18. Die Stimme des Kindes, Jaako Mantyjarvi, Nikolaus Lenau, translation by Jaako Martyjarvi
  19. Three Latvian Carols, Andrejs Janson, English Version by Vilnis Baumanis
    1. Ziemassveku Nakts [Christmas Night]
    2. Mekletaja Cels [The Christmas Rose]
    3. Ai, Nama Mamina [The Christmas Season]
  20. Pastores a Belen, Puerto Rican Christmas Carol, arranged by Gregg Smith
  21. Ya Viene la Vieja, traditional Spanish, arranged by Alice Parker & Robert Shaw
  22. Calypso Carol, Michael A. Perry, arranged by John Bertalot
  23. Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas, Hugh Martin & Ralph Blane, arranged Robert Convery

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An Island of Musical Treasures – Mar 2007
  1. Help Us, O Lord, Aaron Copland
  2. Thou, O Jehovah, Abideth Forever, Aaron Copland
  3. Have Mercy on Us, O my Lord, Aaron Copland
  4. Sing Ye Praises to our King, Aaron Copland
  5. La Villanella: O come bali bene bela bimba, arranged Steven Sametz, Canzone Veneta
  6. The Shower, Sir Edward Elgar, Henry Vaughan (1621-1695)
  7. There is Sweet Music, Sir Edward Elgar, from “The Lotus Eaters” by Tennyson.
  8. Friede auf Erden (Peace on Earth), Arnold Schonberg, Conrad Ferdinand Meyer, Opus 13
  9. Seaside Rendezvous, Freddie Mercury, arranged Paul Hart
  10. Elijah Rock, arranged Moses Hogan, traditional spiritual
  11. Acrostic Song from “Final Alice”, David Del Tredici, Lewis Carrangedoll
  12. The Uncertainty of the Poet, Cary John Franklin, Wendy Cope
  13. The Merry-Go-Round at Night, Cary John Franklin, Dannie Abse
  14. Joshua Fit de Battle at Jericho, arranged Jester Hairston, Negro Folk Song
  15. California Dreamin’, John and Michelle Phillips, arranged Victoria L. Linich
  16. By the Light of the Moon, Robert Convery, anon. 18th C, translated from Celtic by George Gordon, Lord Byron
  17. I am the Rose of Sharon, William Billings, from “The Singing Master’s Assistant” (1778)
  18. Euroclydon: They that go down to the Sea, William Billings, from “The Psalm Singer’s Amusement” (1781)
  19. Billings in Blue: When Jesus Wept, William Billings, arranged Gregg Smith
  20. Dulaman, arranged David Mooney, traditional Irish words & melody
  21. Where the Sun will Never go Down, arranged Joseph Jennings, traditional spiritual
  22. Shenandoah, arranged James Erb, traditional American Folksong

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Christmas in the British Isles – Dec 2006
  1. Welcome, Yule!, C. Hubert Parrangedy, Ancient Carol, 15th Century
  2. Lully, Lulla, Thou Little Tiny Child, Kenneth Leighton, words from the Pageant of the Shearman & Opus 25b, Tailors, Coventry 15th Century
  3. Gloria in Excelsis Deo, Thomas Weelkes, anonymous
  4. A Boy was Born, Benjamin Britten, 16th Century German, translated Percy Dearmer
  5. Make we Joy now in this Fest, William Walton, 15th Century
  6. What Cheer, William Walton, Richard Hill’s Commonplace Book (16th Century)
  7. King Herod & the Cock, William Walton, traditional
  8. All this Time, William Walton, 16th Century
  9. Twelfth Night, Samuel Barber, Laurie Lee Opus 42, No. 1
  10. The Holly & the Ivy, arranged Benjamin Britten
  11. Long, Long Ago, Herbert Howells, John Buxton from “Such Liberty”
  12. Nova! Nova!, Bob Chilcott, words: 15th Century (modernized)
  13. A Christmas Round, John Tavener
  14. Today the Virgin, John Tavener, Mother Thekla
  15. On to Bethlehem Town (Tua Bethlem Dref), Edward Arthur, William Evans aka Wil Ifan, arranged Dean C. Young
  16. The First Nowell, traditional
  17. Old English Carol, arranged Hubert Bird
  18. Once in Royal David’s City, “Irby”, Henry J. Gauntlett, Cecil Frances Alexander (1848), arranged Hubert Bird
  19. Wexford Carol, Irish Traditional Carol, arranged John Rutter
  20. The Three Kings, Jonathan Dove, Dorothy L. Sayers
  21. The Three Kings, Peter Cornelius, translated H.N. Bate, arranged Ivor Atkins
  22. Baloo, Lammy, Scottish Carol
  23. What Child is This, Greensleeves, 16th Century English Melody, William Chatterton Dix, arranged Robert Convery
  24. The Blessed Son of God, Ralph Vaughan Williams, Miles Coverdale after Martin Luther, from “This Day” (Hodie)
  25. No Sad Thought His Soul Affright, Ralph Vaughan Williams, Vs. 1: Anonymous, Verse 2: Ursula Wood, from “This Day” (Hodie)
  26. Dublin Bells Carol, David Mooney
  27. A Merry Chirstmas, Arthur Warrangedell, West Country Traditional Song

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A Place of Rest – Mar 2006
  1. There will be Rest, Frank Ticheli, Sara Teasdale (1884-1933)
  2. In Rememberance, Hal H. Hopson, Anonymous
  3. It is Well, P.P. Bliss (1876), H.G. Spafford (1873), arranged Alice Parker
  4. Epitaph, Robert Convery, Text from Gravestone in the Boston Granary Burying Ground – Marked “Sacred to the Memory of Mrs. Ann Barbara Bender, Who died Sept 12th, 1794 Aged 48 years.”
  5. Song, Robert Applebaum, Christina Rossetti (1862)
  6. Dream Land, Robert Applebaum, Christina Rossetti (1850)
  7. Up-Hill, Robert Applebaum, Christina Rossetti (1861)
  8. The Tree, Greg Bartholomew, Jones Very (1813-1880)Death, Be Not Proud, Bonnie Johansen-Werner, John Donne (1572-1631)
  9. Signs of the Judg ment (Judgement Day), arranged Mark Butler, Spiritual
  10. This Worldes Joie, Arnold Bax, Circa 1300
  11. Come Away, Death, Ralph Vaughn Williams, William Shakespeare, Twelfth Night, Act 2, Scene 4
  12. The Prince of Sleep, Sir Edward Elgar, Walter De La MareCharm me Asleep, David Conte, Robert Herrick (1591-1674)
  13. Sleep, Eric Whitacre, Charles Anthony Silvestri
  14. My Lord, What a Moanin’, arranged Adolphus Halistork, Traditional
  15. Crucifixion (He Never Said a Mumblin’ Word), arranged Adolphus Hailstork, No. 3 from “Five Short Choral Works”, Traditional Spiritual
  16. Here Repose, O Broken Body, Daniel Pinkham
  17. Swing Low, Sweet Chariot, Hubert Bird, Spiritual, Jubilee Song
  18. In Pace, Rene Clausen, John Sheppard (c. 1515, c. 1560)
  19. My Shepherd will Supply my Need, arranged Virgil Thomson, Issac Watts, Traditional Southern Hymn Tune

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An Evening in Dec 20– Dec 2005
  1. Die Weihnachtsgeschichte (The Christmas Story), Hugo Distler; English Translation by Maynard Klein
  2. Personent Hodie, German Tune, 1360, Piae Cantiones, 1582, arranged by Chester Alwes
  3. Carols of the Nativity, Stephen Chatman
    1. As I Lay Upon a Night, Stephen Chatman, (Alma redemptoris Mater), Text Anonymous 15th Century
    2. Un Flambeau, Jeannette, Isabella, Qu’ils sont doux bouteille jolie, (Bring a Torch, Jeannette, Isabella) – Marc-Antoine Charpentier
    3. Recueil de noel en langue Provencal, 1856, Translation: Edward Cuthbert Nunn (1868-1914)
    4. The Huron Carol, Iesous Ahatonnia, (‘Twas in the Moon of Winter Time), 16th Century French Canadian, Huron: Father Saint Jean de Brebeuf (1593-1649), English Translation: Jesse Edgar Middleton (1872-1960)
  4. A Christmas Lullaby, Stephen Chatman,, John Addington Symonds (1840-1893)
  5. Mary, Where is your Baby?, Donald Bailey
  6. The Alfred Burt Carols, Set III, Alfred Burt, Bates G. Burt & Wihla Hutson
    1. Nigh Bethlehem
    2. Carol of the Mother
    3. What are the Signs?
    4. Christ in the Stranger’s Guise, Old English Rune of Hospitality
    5. Come, Dear Children
  7. Coventry Carol, Traditional English, arranged by Bonnie Johansen-Werner
  8. He is Born, Traditional French Carol, arranged by Bonnie Johansen-Werner
  9. A Lark Sang, Hubert Bird
  10. Dublin Bells, David Mooney
  11. Wassail Song, Ralph Vaughn Williams

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The Awakening Spring, April 05
  1. Joy is Come!, Piae Cantiones 1360, arranged by Andrew Carter
  2. Io Son La Primavera, William Hawley
  3. Rise Up, my Love, my Fair One, Healey Willan, text from the “Song of Solomon”
  4. Fruhzeitiger Fruhling (“Premature Spring”), Felix Mendelssohn
  5. Varen (“Spring”), Edvard Grieg, text freely translated & adapted from A.O. Vinge’s “Spring”
  6. Basant (“Spring”), Vanraj Bhatia
  7. Sakura, Sakura (“Song of the Cherry Blossoms”), Japanese Folk Song, arranged by Jester Hairston
  8. April in Paris, Vernon Duke, text by E.Y. Harburg, arranged by Gene Puerling
  9. Five Flower Songs by Benjamin Britten:
    1. To Daffodils, text by Robert Herrick
    2. The Succession of the Four Sweet Months, text by Robert Herrick
    3. Marsh Flowers, text by George Crabbe
    4. The Evening Primrose, text by John Clare
    5. Ballad of Green Broom, Benjamin Britten, text Anon.
  10. The Shower, Edward Elgar, text by Henry Vaughan (1621-1695)
  11. A Rainy Day, Greg Bartholomew, text by John Brainard
  12. From Six Choral Folksongs arranged by Gustav Holst:
    1. I Love my Love, Cornish Folksong
    2. There was a Tree, Hampshire Folksong
    3. I Sowed the Seeds of Love, Hampshire Folksong
  13. The Blue Bird, Charles Villiers Stanford, text by Mary E. Coleridge
  14. The Lamb, John Tavener, text by William Blake
  15. Birds, John Biggs
  16. From Five English Folksongs arranged by Ralph Vaughn Williams
    1. The Spring Time of the Year
    2. Just as the Tide was Flowing
  17. Seaside Rendezvous, Freddie Mercury, arranged by Paul Hart
  18. Let’s Do It, Cole Porter, arranged David Blackwell

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The Echoes of Christmas – Dec 2004
  1. O Come, O Come,, traditional, text: anonymous, ca 9th Century, arranged Hubert Bird
  2. Come, Thou Long-Expected Jesus, William Walker, text by Charles Wesley, Jefferson from Southern Harmony (1835), arranged William Averitt
  3. Masters in This Hall, traditional French, English translation by William Morris, arranged Michelle Hynson
    Three Christmas Motets,, Dan Locklair, text: Liber usualis
    I. Quem Vidistis Pastores?
    II. O Magnum Mysterium
    III. Hodie Christus Natus Est
  4. Silent Night, John Biggs, text: Joseph Mohr
  5. A Christmas Canticle (A Virgin shall Conceive), Adolphus Hailstork, text: Isaiah 7: 14-15
  6. Cradle Song, Joel Phillips, text: William Blake
  7. Three Spanish Carols
    I. Riu, Riu Chiu: El Lobo Rabioso, anon. 1556 Spanish Villancico
    II. Spanish Shepherd’s Song, traditional
    III. Over all the Land, traditional Catalan
  8. Behold the Star, Thomas Washington Talley
  9. O Christmas Tree, ES LEBE NOCH, Melodien zum Mildheimischen, text: vs. 1 August Zamack, Weisenbuch zu den Volksliedem, Liederbuch, 1799, Fur Volkschulen, 1820; Vs. 2-3 Ernst Auschultz, Leipzig, 1824
  10. Oh! Christmas Tree???, traditional German Carol Tune, arranged & lyrics: Carl J. Nygard, Jr.
  11. Deck the Hall, traditional Welsh Carol, arranged Gene Puerling
  12. A Babe is Born in Bethlehem, Robert H. Young, text: ca. 14th Century
  13. The Three Kings, Healey Willian, text: Laurence Housman
  14. A Spotless Rose, Herbert Howells, text: anonymous 14th Century
  15. Here is the Little Door, Herbert Howells, text: Francis Chesterton
  16. Sing Lullaby, Herbert Howells, text: F.W. Harvey
  17. Silent Night, Franz Gruber, text: Joseph Mohr, arranged Philip Lawson
  18. What Sweeter Music, James Sclater, text: Robert Herrick
  19. Hanukkah Blessings, Ron Jeffers, text: traditional
  20. Mary Had a Baby, traditional African-American Spiritual, arranged William L. Dawson
  21. While all Things were in Quiet Silence, Ned Rorem, text: Antiphon of Matins, Christmas 1, Wisdom 18: 14-15
  22. Lord of the Dance, Adapted by Sydney Carter from a traditional Shaker Melody, arranged Sydney Carter

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A Sentimental Journey – Mar 2004
  1. Sentimental Journey, Bud Green, Les Brown & Ben Homer, arranged Hawley Ades
  2. Shenandoah, American Capstan Shanty, arranged James Erb
  3. Train from “Due West”, Stephen Chatman
  4. California Dreamin’, John Philips & Michelle Phillips, arranged Victoria Linich
  5. Under the Sea from “The Little Mermaid”, Howard Ashman & Alan Menken, arranged Philip Lawson
  6. Be Still my Heart, Queen Lydia Liliuokalani
  7. Yellow Submarine from “Yellow Submarine”, John Lennon & Paul McCartney, arranged Mark Brymer
  8. South Australia, Based on Traditional Australian Halyard & Capstan Shanties, arranged Stephen Leek
  9. On a Slow Boat to China, Frank Loesser, arranged Victoria Linich
  10. Steam Train, South African Folk Song (Tshotsholoza), arranged Stuart McIntosh
  11. Joshua fit de Battle of Jericho, African-American Folk Song, arranged Jester Hairston
  12. Deep Within the Forest from “Four Choral Songs”, Antonin Dvorak, Opus 29, English Text by Robert Hess
  13. Back in the U.S.S.R, John Lennon & Paul McCartney, arranged Daryl Runswick
  14. Down by the Sally Gardens, Irish Air (“Maids of the Mourne Shore”), arranged Edward Higginbottom, Text by William Butler Yeats (1889)
  15. Loch Lomond, Scottish Folk Song (Jacobite Air “Robin Cushie”), arranged Ralph Vaughn Williams, Text by Lady John Scott
  16. On the Beach at Night Alone from “Songs of the Sea”, Ron Jeffers, Text by Walt Whitman
  17. Swansea Town from “Six Choral Folksongs”, Capstan Shanty (Irish Folk Song “The Holy Ground”), arranged Gustav Holst
  18. Lost in the Stars from “Lost in the Stars”, Maxwell Anderson and Kurt Weill, arranged Paris Rutherford
  19. Somewhere from “West Side Story”, Leonard Bernstein & Stephen Sondheim, arranged Robert Edgerton
  20. The Promised Land, American Folk Hymn, M. Durham (1835) & Samuel Stennett (1787) arranged Ronald Staheli,
  21. Oh, What a Beautiful City, Traditional African-American Spiritual, arranged Charles S. Brown
  22. Where the Sun will Never go Down, Traditional African-American Spirituals, arranged Joseph Jennings
  23. Take me Out to the Ball Game, Jack Norworth & Albert von Tllzer, arranged Dr. Anne Heider

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A Long Winter’s Night – Dec 2003
  1. Caroling, Caroling, Alfred Burt, text by Wihla Huston, arranged by David Maddux
  2. In the Bleak Midwinter, Gustav Holst, text by Christina Rossetti, arranged by Alice Parker
  3. Shepherds Rejoice, The Sacred Harp, 1860, text by L.P. Breedlove, arranged by Dan Locklair
  4. Christ Was Born in Bethlehem, Floyd from The Sacred Harp, 1860, text and Tune by B.F. White, arranged Dan Locklair
  5. Before the Paling of the Stars, Donald Bailey, text by Christina Rosetti
  6. Lux Aurumque, Eric Whitacre, text by Edward Esch Latin Translation by Charles Anthony Silvestri
  7. Star over Bethlehem, Alice Tegner, English Text by Norman Luboff, arranged by Peder Karlsson
  8. Les Anges Dans Nos Campagnes, Traditional French, arranged by Alice Parker
  9. O Magnum Mysterium, Morten Lauridsen, translation by Ron Jeffers
  10. In the Stable, Jane Marshall
  11. There is no Rose of such Virtue, Steven Sametz, 15th Century Text
  12. Gaudete, Steven Sametz, text from Jistebnice, 1420 and Piae Cantiones, 1582
  13. Hodie, Christus Natus Est, Healey Willan, from a Christmas Antiphon
  14. The Blessed Child, Donald Bailey
  15. For Him She Sings, Three Domestic Carols Daniel Pinkham, poems Copyright by Norma Farber
    I. Come Learn of Mary
    II. Easy Enough for Strangers
    III. Even So She Sings
  16. Infant Holy, Infant Lowly, Based on W Zlobie Lezy, Polish Carol, translation by Edith G. Reed, 1885-1933 alt, arranged by K. Lee Scott
  17. Jesus, Jesus, Rest your Head, Appalachian Carol, arranged by Leo Nestor
  18. Cradle Carol, Ralph Vaughn Williams, text by George Wither, 1588-1667, arranged by Michael Woniakowski
  19. Noel Nouvelet, Traditional French Carol, arranged by Philip Lawson
  20. My Dancing Day, Traditional English Carol, arranged by Alice Parker and Robert Shaw
  21. Silver Bells, Jay Livingston and Ray Evans, from the film “The Lemon Drop Kid”, arranged by Mac Huff
  22. I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day, Based on melodies by J. Baptiste Calkin and Joseph Mainzer, text by Henry Wordsworth Longfellow, arranged by David Maddux
  23. Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas – Martin/Blaine, arranged by Robert Convery

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Where Everything is Music – Mar 2003
  1. Where Everything is Music, Tobias Tenenbaum
  2. Musica Dei Donum, Orlando Lassus
  3. My Spirit Sang all Day, Gerald Finzi
  4. O Sifuni Mungu, arranged David Maddux
  5. I Cannot Dance, O Lord, Aaron Jay Kernis
  6. Where Does the Uttered Music Go?, William Walton
  7. Modern Music, William Billings
  8. I Have Had Singing, Steven Sametz
  9. Solfegging, Morton Gould
  10. I’m Goin’ to Sing, arranged Parker/Shaw
  11. There is Sweet Music, Edward Elgar
  12. O Clap your Hands/God has Gone Up, Orlando Gibbons
  13. How Can I Keep from Singing?, arranged Wayland Rogers
  14. Musicks Empire, Lloyd Pfautsch
  15. Gamelan, R. Murray Schafer
  16. Blue Rondo a la Turk, Dave Brubeck & arranged Ward Swingle

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Christmas Past – Dec 2002
  1. O Magnum Mysterium, Tomas Luis de Victoria
  2. Alma Redemptoris Mater, Giovanni Pierliugi da Palestrina
  3. Weihnachtslied, Michael Praetorious
  4. Sherburne, Daniel Read
  5. Judea, William Billings
  6. Shiloh, William Billings
  7. A Christmas Carol, Charles Ives, arranged Paul C Echols
  8. The Blessed Son of God, Ralph Vaughn Williams
  9. Sing Lullaby, Herbert Howells
  10. O Magnum Mysterium (1994), William Hawley
  11. A Christmas Carol, Zoltan Kodaly
  12. Virga Jesse, Anton Bruckner
  13. Il Est Ne, French Traditional, arranged Alice Parker
  14. Gabriel’s Message, Basque Carol/S Baring-Gould, arranged David Willcocks
  15. Allons, Gay Bergeres, Guillaume Costeley, arranged Alice Parker
  16. A Consort of Christmas Carols, PDQ Bach, aka Peter Schickele
  17. What Child is This?, English Traditional/William C Dix, arranged Robert Convery
  18. Away in a Manger, James R Murray, arranged Robert Convery
  19. Christmas Daybreak, Robert Convery/Christina Rosetti
  20. Carol Medley, arranged David Maddux
  21. Wassall, Wassall, English Traditional, arranged Ralph Vaughn Williams
  22. A Merry Christmas, Arthur Warrangedell

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