PRACTICE AIDS

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POPS 2021
How Can I Keep From Singing

Practice Audio Files:
How Can I Keep From Singing

I Hear Music

Without a Song


 

Fall 2020
Music of Hope and Healing

Foundling Hospital Anthem
(Chorale Sheet Music: Original Version)
G F Handel

YouTube link features a combination of "old" and "new" versions performed at worship at Gethsemane Lutheran Church, Hopkins MN. by Hymnus Angelicus

Midi Files [tutti and choral parts]

Concert Versions of Anthem Movements

  1. Blessed are they that considereth the poor
    Georgia Tech Chamber Choir, 2014
    Jerry Ulrich, director
    Atlanta Reed Consort
    Original Choral Version
     
  2. The charitable shall be had in everlasting remembrance
    Choir: Junge Kantorei
    Joachim Carlos Martini, conductor
    Frankfurt Baroque Orchestra, 2017 
  3. Comfort them, O Lord
    Georgia Tech Chamber Choir, 2014
    Jerry Ulrich, director
    Atlanta Reed Consort
     
  4. Hallelujah
    Johann-Strauss-Orchester Wiesbaden, 2010

Extra Treat
The launching of Handel's Messiah at the Foundling Hospital

Coro di Scheiavi Ebrei (Va, pensiero)
Giuseppe Verdi: Nabucco
K&K Philharmoniker, 2009

Virtual Choir
International Opera Choir, 2020

Elegischer Gesang
Ludwig van Beethoven, Opus 118
California State University, Long Beach
The University Choir and Vail String Quartet, 2017 
Joshua Palkki, conductor

O welche Lust! (Chorus of Prisoners) – the Chorale is singing only the first section of this recording
Ludwig van Beethoven: (Act I Finale, Fidelio, Opus 72)
Fritz Wunderlich and Hans Gunter Nocker
Radio-Sinfonieorchester Stuttgart des SWR
Choir: Stuttgart Sudfunkchor

Ubi caritas et amor
Maurice Duruflé 
St. John's Choir Elora, 2009

The Road Home
Stephen Paulus
BYU Choir, 2011

Alleluia
Randall Thompson
American Repertory Singers, 2015

How Can I Keep From Singing
– Words attributed to Anne Warner, Quaker Hymn Tune (arr. Steven Lipsitt)

 

I Hear Music 
(from "Dancing on a Dime") – Lyrics by Frank Loesser, Music by Burton Lane