Choral Conducting Workshop Concert

Cannon Beach, Oregon -- August 6, 2004
Accompanist: Carol Rich

rcrowley.com Haystack Archive 2004 Concert

  1. Frohlocket, ihr Völker auf Erden
    Felix Mendelssohn   ed. Lawrene Kaptein
    Conducted by Rodney Eichenberger - Florida State University
    Haystack # 109   
     
    Frohlocket, ihr Völker auf Erden, und preiset Gott!
    Der Heiland ist erschienen, den der Herr verheissen.
    Er hat seine Gerechtigkeit der Welt offenbaret. Halleluja
    Frohlocket, ihr Völker auf Erden, Halleluja!
    Rejoice, give praise to the heavens and give thanks to God!
    The Savior has been sent, as was promised by the Lord!
    He has revealed his righteousness to the world. Amen!

  2. Te lucis ante terminum
    J. Aaron McDermid    Text: St. Ambrose, 8th century
    Conducted by Rodney Eichenberger
    Haystack # 107
     
    Te lucis ante terminum
    Rerum creator poscimus
    Ut solite clementia,
    Sis Praesul et custodia.
    Procul recedant somnia
    Et noctium phantasmata
    Hostemque nostrum comprime
    Ne polluantur corpora
    Praesta, Pater omnipotens
    Per jesu Christum Domoinum
    Que tecum perpetuum
    Regnat cum Sancto Spiritu. Amen.
    To You before the day’s end
    We pray, creator of all things,
    That by Your clemency
    You might be our grand keeper.
    Put nightmares far from us,
    And night terrors,
    And restrain our enemies
    That our bodies may not know pollution
    Grant this, Father almighty
    Through Jesus Christ our Lord,
    Who through all ages reigns
    With the Holy Spirit. Amen.

  3. Holy, Holy, Holy
    Felix Mendelssohn     ed. Larry L. Flemming
    Conducted by Wendy Bamonte; Portland, Oregon
    Haystack # 110
     
    Holy, holy, holy, Lord God of power, God of might!
    Great your glory throughout the earth and heaven.
    Sing hosanna, God on high.
    O blest is he who comes in the name of the Lord.
    Sing hosanna, God on high.

  4. Parce Domine
    Felix Nowowiejski  ed. William Bausano
    Conducted by Brian Eichenberger; Denver, Colorado
    Haystack # 131

    Parce, Domine, parce populo tuo!
    ne in aeternum irascaris nobis!
    Miserere nostrum, Deus, secundum magnam
    misericordiam tuam
    Lord, spare your people
    do not be angry at us forever.
    Have mercy on us, O God, according to
    your great mercy.

  5. He Gave them Hailstones (from Israel in Egypt)
    George F. Handel   ed. James Jordan
    Conducted by Mavis Weston; Vancouver, British Columbia
    Haystack # 71

  6. E’en So, Lord Jesus, Quickly Come
    Paul Manz   from Revelation 22
    Conducted by Denise Marquette; Burnaby, British Columbia
    Haystack # 100

    Peace be to you and grace from him
    Who freed us from our sins
    Who loved us all and shed his blood
    That we might saved be.
    Sing holy, holy to our Lord,
    The Lord, almighty God
    Who was and is and is to come;
    Sing holy, holy, Lord!
    Rejoice in heaven, all ye that dwell therein,
    Rejoice on earth, ye saints below,
    For Christ is coming, is coming soon.
    For Christ is coming soon.
    E’en so, Lord Jesus, quickly come,
    And night shall be no more;
    They need no light nor lamp nor sun,
    For Christ will be their All!

  7. Cantate Gloria
    Alan Bullard
    Conducted by Jeannette Oliver; Burtonsville, Maryland
    Haystack # 23

  8. Requiem Motet
    Daniel Moe     text from the Requiem Mass
    Conducted by Sara Hanson; Seattle, Washington
    Haystack # 113

    Adoramus te Christe,
    Lux æterna.
    We adore you, O Lord Christ,
    Light Eternal.

  9. Kyrie
    René Clausen    from Memorial
    Conducted by Michael Hayden; Muncie, Indiana
    Haystack # 40

  10. O Crux
    Mark Jennings     Text: Venantius Fortunatus
    Conducted by Adam Con; Statesboro, Georgia
    Haystack # 92

    O crux splendidior cunctis astris,
    Mundo celebris hominibus multam amabilis
    Sanctior universes,
    Quae sola fuisti digna
    portare talentum munndi.

    Dulce lignum,
    Dulces clavos,
    Dulcia ferens pondera.
    Salva praesentem catervam in tuis hodie
    Laudibus congregatam laudibus
    O Cross, more radiant than the stars,
    Celebrated throughout the earth,
    Beloved of the people,
    Holier than all things,
    Which alone was found worthy
    To bear the light of the world:
    Blessed Tree,
    Blessed Nails,
    Blest the weight you bore:
    Save the flock which today
    is gathered to praise you.

  11. Hodie
    Nancy Hill Cobb
    Conducted by Betsy Wagner; San Jose, California
    Haystack # 42

    Hodie, Hodie Christus natus est.
    Hodie, Hodie Salvator apparuit.
    Hodie in terra canunt Angeli, tantur Archangeli.
    Hodie exsultant justi dicentes.
    Gloria Deo, Gloria Deo.
    Today, Christ is born.
    Today, the Savior has appeared.
    Today, angels sing on earth and the Archangel answered
    Today, just people celebrate.
    Glory to God!

  12. O Nata Lux
    Eleanor Daley
    Conducted by Mark Kloepper; Tacoma, Washington
    Haystack # 50

    O nata lux de lumine, Jesu Redemptor sæcui,
    dignare Clemens supplicum laudes preces que sumere.
    Qui carne quondam contegi dignatus es pro perditis.
    Nos membra confer effici, bui beati corporis.
    O born light of light, Jesus, redeemer of the world,
    mercifully deem worthy and accept the praises and prayers of your supplicants.
    Thou who once deigned to be clothed in flesh
    for the sake of the lost ones,
    grant us to be made members of your holy body.

  13. Lord of the Dancing Day
    David Mooney Shaker melody/Traditional English
    Conducted by Catherine Robinson; Santa Fe, New Mexico
    Soloist: Sara Hanson    Flute: Lerie Kane     Drum: Jeremy Kane
    Haystack # 114

  14. We Shall Walk Through the Valley in Peace
    arr. Ronald Burrichter   Traditional Folk Hymn
    Conducted by Joel Rosenauer; Kent, Washington
    Haystack # 24

  15. She Moved Through the Fair
    arr. David Mooney    Traditional Irish tune
    Conducted by Craig Bader; Sheridan, Oregon 
    Soloist: Shannon Huneryager
    Haystack # 116

  16. Belle of Belfast
    arr. Herrington & Glick   Irish Folk Tune
    Conducted by Kathryn Hunt; Vancouver, British Columbia
    Flute: Lerie Kane
    Haystack # 78

  17. Walk Softly
    Bob Chillcott     early Shaker anthem
    Conducted by Ryan Batcheller,  Nampa, Idaho
    Haystack # 33

  18. Sweet and Twenty
    Daniel Lee Pederson      text: William Shakespeare
    Conducted by Frank Eychaner; Ontario, Oregon
    Haystack # 138

  19. Ton Thé
    Jeanne & Robert Gilmore    arr. Susan Brumfield
    Conducted by Jen Williams, Regina, Saskatchewan
    Piano: Jeremy Kane
    Haystack # 68

  20. A Loving Heart to Thee
    Robert H. Young     words by Robert Herrick
    Conducted by Ieva Wool; Vancouver, British Columbia
    Haystack # 183

  21. Blue Tail Fly
    arr. Dwight Bigler     Traditional
    Conducted by Otto Wild; Portland, Oregon
    Xylophone: Jeremy Kane
    Haystack # 19

  22. Danny Boy
    arr. Brad Printz    traditional Irish Folk Melody
    Conducted by Klark Black; Henderson, Nevada
    Flute: Lerie Kane
    Haystack # 142

  23. Music Down In My Soul
    arr. Moses Hogan     African American Spiritual
    Conducted by Cindy  Jorstad; San Diego, California
    Haystack # 84

  24. Tambourines
    Gwyneth Walker    poem by Langston Hughes
    Conducted by Rodney Eichenberger, Talahassee, Florida
    Soloist: Cameron Herbert
    Haystack # 180

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