Choral Conducting Concert
Cannon Beach, Oregon August 5, 2005
Accompanist: Carol Rich

  1. Ir Musici, Frisch auf!
    Hans Leo Hassler    ed. Matthew Michaels
    Conducted by Rodney Eichenberger; Tallahassee, Florida
     
    Ihr Musici frisch auf
    und Lasso doch hren Die lieblich Kust
    Tut euch zusammenkehren!
    Ein jeder fass sein Stimm alsbald,
    Tenor und Bass, Diskant und Alt.
    Singt allerseits zur rechten und zur linken.
    Denn wer nicht singt,
    der soll auch nich mittrinken.
    You Musicians, refresh yourselves
    and let us hear the lovely art
    which brings you together!
    Each one take your voice part now:
    Tenor and bass, descant and alto.
    Sing everywhere, to the right and to the left.
    Because he who does not sing
    shall also not join in drinking.

  2. Ubi caritas
    James Biery    Text: 9th Century Latin
    Conducted by Bob Edmondson; Woodland, California
     
    Ubi caritas, caritas est vera, Deus ibi est,
    Exsultemus et in ipso jecundemur.
    Timeadmus et amemus Deum vivum.
    Et ex corde diligamus nos sincero.

    Simul ergo com in unum congregamur:
    Ne nos mente dividamur, caveamus.
    Cessent jurgia maligna, cessent lites.
    Et in medio nostri sit Christus Deus.

    Simil quoque com beatis videamus,
    Glorianter vultum tuum, Christe Deus:
    Gaudiu, quod est immensum, atque probum,
    Saecula per infinita saeculorum, Amen.
     

    The love of Christ has gathered us into one.
    Let us rejoice and be glad in Christ.
    Let us fear and love the living God.
    And Care for one another with sincere hearts.

    So when we gather as one,
    We must take care not to be divided in mind.
    Let petty quarrels end, let bickering cease,
    And let Christ our God be in our midst.

    So, too, in the company of the saints, let us see
    Your face in glory, Christ our God
    Joy that is limitless and pure
    Through endless ages, Amen.
    Translation by Maryann Corbett

  3. Caritas et Amor
    Z. Randall Stroope     Text: Anon 10th Century Antiphon
    Conducted by Erin Gabriel; Seattle, Washington 
    Ubi caritas et amor Deus ibi est.
    Alleluia Domine.
    Gaudium immensum est!
    Secula infinita!  Alleluia!
    Ubi caritas et amor. Amen.
    Where charity and love are, God is there.
    Alleluia to God.
    Joy is immense!
    Through unending ages of ages.  Alleluia!
    Where charity and love are. Amen.

  4. Gloria from Mass No. 6
    Gyrgy Orbn
    Conducted by Signe Lusk; Portland, Oregon
    Gloria in excelsis Deo.
    Et in terra pax hominibus bonae voluntatis.
    Laudamus te. Benedictimus te.
    Adoramus te. Glorificamus te.
    Gratias agimux tibi
    Propter magnam gloriam tuam.
    Domine Deus, Rex coelestis,
    Deus Pater omnipotens.
    Domine Fili unigenite Jesu Christe.
    Domine Deus, Agnus Dei. Filius Patrix.
    Qui tollis peccata mundi, miserere nobis.
    Qui tollis pecatta mundi, sucipe deprecationem nostram.
    Qui sedes ad dexteram Patris, miserere nobis.
    Quoniam tu solus sanctus. Tu solus Dominus.
    Tu solus altisimus, Jesu Christe.
    Cum Sancto Spiritu in gloria Dei Patris, Amen.
    Glory in the highest to God.
    And on earth peace to men of good will.
    We praise Thee, we bless Thee
    We worship Thee, we glorify Thee.
    Thanks we give to Thee
    Because of Thy great glory.
    Lord God, King of heaven,
    God Father almighty.
    Lord Son only begotten, Jesus Christ
    Lord God, Lamb of God, Son of the Father.
    Who takes away the sins of the world, have mercy on us.
    Who takes away the sins of the world, receive our supplication.
    Who sits at the right hand of the Father, have mercy on us.
    For Thou alone are holy. Thou alone are Lord.
    Thou alone the most high, Jesus Christ.
    With the Holy Spirit in glory of God the Father. Amen.

  5. Christus factus est
    Anton Bruckner    Text: Phil. 2:8-9
    Conducted by Mark Kloepper; Tacoma, Washington
     
    Christus factus est pro nobis.
    Obediens usque ad mortem,
    Mortem autem cruces.
    Propter quod et Deus exaltavit ilum,
    Et dedit illi nomenquod est super omne nomen.
    Christ was made
    Obedient unto death,
    Death on the cross.
    Wherefore God hath chosen Him to be obedient.
    His Name is of the Father, which is higher than all other.

  6. O Crux
    Mark Jennings     Text: Fortunatus (6th C)
    Conducted by Brian Eichenberger; Denver, Colorado Venantius
    O crux splendidior cunctis astris,
    Mundo celebrix hominibus multam amabilis,
    Sanctior universes,
    Que sola fuisti digna
    portare talentum mundi.
    Dulce lignum, dulces clavos,
    Dulcia ferrens pondera.
    Salva praesentem catervam in tuis
    Hodie, laudibus, congregatam
    Salva presentem catervam, intuis hodie.
    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.

  7. In Mists of Night
    Gustav Schreck
    Conducted by Tanya Anderson; Muak Lek Saraburi, Thailand 


  8. Mainacht (May Night)
    Johannes Brahms     arr. Z. Randall Stroope
    Conducted by Mia Hall; Portland, Oregon
     
    Wann der silberne Mond durch die Gestruche blinkt
    Und sein schlummerndes Licht ber den Rasen streut,
    Und die Nactigall fltet,
    Wandl ich traurig vom Busch zu Busch.
    berhllet vom Laub girret ein Taubenpaar
    Sein Entzcken mir vor; aber ich wence mich,
    Suche dunklere Schatten,
    Und die einsame Trne rinnt.
    Wann, o lchelndes Bild, welches wie Morgenrot
    Durch die Seele mir strahlt, find ich auf Erden dich?
    Und die einsame Trne bebt mir heisser die wang herab!
    Poem by Ludwig Heinrich Christoph Hlty
    When the silver moon through the shrubs beams,
    And its slumbering light on the grass,
    And the nightingale flutes [sings].
    I wander sadly from bush to bush
    Shrouded by foliage, coos a pair of doves
    To me their ecstasy; but I turn away
    Seeking darker shadows.
    And a single tear flows [down my cheek].
    When, o smiling image, that like as a dawn.
    Through my soul radiates, find I you on the earth?
    And the single tear trembling hot down my cheek.
     

  9. In vino veritas (In Wine, the Truth)
    Paul Gibson
    Conducted by Teresa Coffman; Attleboro, Massachusetts


  10. How Did the Rose
    Joan Szymko     poem by Hafiz
    Conducted by Mark Slegers; Portland, Oregon


  11. Cielito Lindo
    arr. Barbara Harlow     Folk Song
    Conducted by Catherine Greene; Fox Island, Washington Mexican
    Tambourine Judy Rose;  Shaker - Mark Kloepper  
     
    De la Sierra Morena, Cielito lindo, vienen bajando
    Un par de ojitos negros, Cielito lindo de contrabando.
    Ay, ay, ay, ay canta y nos llores
    Porque cantando se alegran, Cielito lindo, los corazones.
    Ese lunar que tienes, Cielito lindo, junto a la boca
    No se lo des a nadie Cielito lindo, que a m  me toca.
    De tu casa a la ma, Cielito lindo, no es ms de un paso.
    Y ahora que estamos solos, Cielito lindo, dame un abrazo.
    Pretty Cielito comes down from the mountain,
    Her black eyes like those of a smuggler.
    Ay, ay, ay, ay, sing and do not weep
    Because singing, pretty Cielito, makes the heart happy.
    The mole next to your mouth, pretty Cielito,
    Means nothing to others, pretty Cielito, but is special to me.
    From your house to mine, pretty Cielito, is no more than a step,
    And now that we are alone, pretty Cielito, give me a hug.

  12. Some Children See Him
    Alfred Burt    Text: Willa Huston;   arr. Jay Rouse
    Conducted by Pam Nordquist; Talent, Oregon
    Cello Beth Leffingwell


  13. Go, Lassie Go
    arr. Mark Sirett   Text: Traditional Scottish Folksong
    Conducted by Diane Strohmeyer; Petaluma, California
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  15. I Am Not Yours
    David N. Childs    Text: Sara Teasdale

  16. Conducted by Anne Conrad; Leavenworth, Washington

  17. The Cloths of Heaven
    Eleanor Daley    Text: William Butler Yeats

  18. Conducted by Darrell Crowther; Henderson, Nevada

  19. Gai Bintang
    Budi Susanto Yohanes    Madurese Song
    Conducted by Jane Hulting; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
     
    Gi bintang alk ggr buln
    Pagina jnor konng
    Endng pandng alk sajn ju
    Pajuna kalon alon

    Lya lts
    Kmbang kats
    Tokca tok cr
    Reach for the stars, pull down the moon.
    Reach high like the young coconut leaves.
    The stars and the moon appear so far,
    As far away as the village square.

    [no meaning]
    The papaya flower
    [no meaning], imitating the sounds of traditional bamboo music.


  20. Let the Heaven Light Shine on Me
    arr. Moses Hogan     Traditional Spiritual
    Conducted by Jeannette Oliver; Burtonsville, Maryland


  21. Hear My Prayer
    Moses Hogan    arr. Roger Emerson
    Conducted by Stephen Haines;  Makawao, Hawaii


  22. Walk in Jerusalem
    arr. Rollo A. Dilworth     African American Spiritual
    Conducted by Andrea Lee;  New Westminster, British Columbia
    Tambourine - Mark Kloepper  


  23. Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child
    arr. Rosephayne Powell       African American Spiritual
    Conducted by Michael Hayden;  Muncie, Indiana


  24. Lord, If I Got My Ticket
    arr. Stacey Gibbs    Traditional Spiritual
    Conducted by Terry Annalora;  Miles City, Montana
    Soloist - Lyle Johnson


  25. Deep River
    arr. Moses Hogan    Traditional Spiritual
    Conducted by Jeff Heatherington;  Portland, Oregon


  26. Tango to Evora
    Loreena McKennitt     arr. John Washburn
    Conducted by Rodney Eichenberger; Tallahassee, Florida
    Soloist - Amber Schroeder

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