Choral Conducting Workshop Concert

Cannon Beach, Oregon -- August 6, 1999

rcrowley.com Haystack Archive 1999 Concert

  1. Ecce nunc benedicite Dominum (Hearken, Bless Ye the Lord)
    deVictoria, Tomás Luis:      Psalm  134:1-3
    ed./arr. Robert S. Hines     Double SATB Chorus 
    conducted by Prof. Rodney Eichenberger, Talahassee, Florida
    © 1998 Concordia Pub. House; cat # 98-3424;
    Haystack # 246; (2:20 / 2:39)
  2. Adam Lay Ybounden
    Bird, Hubert:  15th century English
    conducted by Prof. Rodney Eichenberger
    © 1998 JEHMS, Inc.; Alliance cat # AMP 0297;
    Haystack # 22; (1:32 / 1:59)
  3. Salve Regina
    Childs, David N.:  Marian Antiphon
    conducted by JR Hershberger, Talahassee, Florida
    © 1998 Santa Barbara Music Publishing; cat # SBMP 248;
    Haystack # 40; (5:12 / 5:35)
  4. Chantez
    Massenet, Jules:  ed. Richard Bloesch
    conducted by Jason Armstrong, Melbourne, Florida
    © 1999 JEHMS, Inc.; Alliance cat# AMP 0284;
    Haystack # 140; (2:05 / 2:22)
  5. Cherubic Hymn No. 7
    Bortniansky, D:  ed./tr. Anthony Antolini
    conducted by Jeannette Oliver, Silver Spring, Maryland
    © 1998 E.C. Schirmer Music Company., Inc.; cat # 5236;
    Haystack # 26; (3:24 / 3:39)
  6. The Legend
    Tchiakovsky, Pyotr Ilyich:  ed./tr. Anthony Antolini
    conducted by Elizabeth Kamerin, Las Vegas, Nevada
    © 1999 E.C. Schirmer Music Company; cat # 5371;
    Haystack # 235; (2:36 / 2:52)
  7. O Magnum Mysterium
    Hawley, William:
    conducted by Signe Lusk, Portland, Oregon
    © 1994 William Hawley; Pub: earthsongs;
    Haystack # 94; (5:03 / 5:28)
  8. Alleluia (from "Songs of Faith")
    Basler, Paul:
    conducted by Lani Johnson, Warrenton, Oregon
    Horn: Betty Busch; Djembe: Christopher Peterson; Tambourine: Fred West
    © 1999 Plymouth Music Co., Inc.; cat # PJMS-116;
    Haystack # 15; (5:12 / 5:37)
  9. Thou Didst Hear Me
    Gawthrop, Daniel:  text: George Herbert
    Two Motets on Texts by Metaphysical Poets (1 of 2)
    conducted by Peter Vanderhorst, Lions Bay, British Columbia, Canada
    © 1999 Dunstan House; cat # DH9901;
    Haystack # 73; (3:21 / 3:40)
  10. Who Walk with Beauty
    Bird, Hubert: text by David Morton
    for four-part chorus of mixed voices with piano accompaniment
    to Dr. Donald Neuen, Choral Music Department, University of California at Los Angeles
    conducted by Bob Edmondson, Woodland, California
    © 1997 Lawson-Gould Music Pub, Inc.; cat # 52914;
    Haystack # 23; (4:32 / 4:54)
  11. Dusk to Dawn
    Singh, Vijay:
    conducted by Carol Patton, Vancouver, Washington
    © 1997 Lawson-Gould Music Pub, Inc.; cat# 52888;
    Haystack # 211; (2:34 / 2:52)
  12. Dance Today with Joy
    Singh, Vijay: 15th century Indian poem
    conducted by Helen Deitz, Portland, Oregon
    Claves: Mark Kloepper; Shaker: Ieva Wool; Casaba: Pam Gerke
    © 1998 National Music Publishers; cat# NMP-257;
    Haystack # 210; (2:52 / 3:09)
  13. Blow the Candles Out
    Walker, Gwyneth (arr):  Traditional
    conducted by Betty Busch, Corvallis, Oregon
    © 1998 E.C. Schirmer Music Company; cat 5249;
    Haystack # 253; (4:04 / 4:25)
  14. porky & porkie
    Ginsberg, Neil:  poem by e.e. cummings
    conducted by Pam Gerke, Seattle, Washington
    © 1999 Santa Barbara Music Pub.; cat # SBMP 271;
    Haystack # 75; (3:03 / 3:21)
  15. Oh My Luve’s Like a Red, Red Rose
    Clausen, René:  text by Robert Burns
    conducted by Michael Hayden, Muncie, Indiana
    Horn: Betty Busch; Flute: J.R. Hershberger
    © 1998 Fostco Music Press; cat # MF3065;
    Haystack # 43; (4:11 / 4:34)
  16. Train
    Chatman, Stephen:  text by Tara Wohlberg
    from the series "Due West" (1 of 5)
    conducted by Jane Ramseyer Miller, St. Paul, Minnesota
    © 1998 Highgate Press, Inc;. EC Schirmer; cat# 7.0397;
    Haystack # 36; (1:36 / 1:55)
  17. Dirait-on
    Lauridsen, Morten Johannes: Composer-in-Residence, Los Angeles Master Chorale
    text by Rainer Maria Rilke
    conducted by Adam Con, Talahassee, Florida
    composed for Choral Cross-Ties, Portland, Oregon
    Peer Music  © 1994 Southern Music Publishing Co., Inc;
    Haystack # 128; (4:45 / 5:06)
  18. Três Cantos Nativos dos Indios Kraó
    Leite, Marcos:
    conducted by Gary Bogle, Ursensollen, Germany
    Solos: Jennifer Starr, Amy Jump; Djembe: Chris Peterson;
    Claves: Mark Kloepper; Shaker: Ieva Wool; Casaba: Pam Gerke
    © 1996 earthsongs;
    Haystack # 132; (4:31 / 4:52)
  19. Bright Morning Star
    Squatrito, Fred:  Kentucky Appalachian Folksong
    conducted by John Hartman, Toledo, Ohio
    © 1998 Third Planet Music;
    Haystack # 224; (3:16 / 3:38)
  20. Goin’ Up to Glory
    Thomas, André J.: 
    based on a traditional field holler/work song
    conducted by David Kruger, Abbotsford, British Columbia, Canada
    © 1995, 1999 Heritage Music Press; cat # 15/1409H;
    Haystack # 237; (2:57 / 3:16)
  21. Give Me Jesus
    Kaufmann, Ron (arr):
    conducted by Julie Kangas, Tacoma, Washington
    © 1998 Santa Barbara Music Publishing; cat# SBMP 247;
    Haystack # 117; (3:12 / 3:31)
  22. Gate Gate
    Tate, Brian: a setting of a Buddhist mantra
    conducted by Mark Slegers, Portland, Oregon
    © 1998 earthsongs;
    Haystack # 234; (3:51 / 4:10)
  23. Cantate Domino
    Eybler, Joseph Leopold: ed. Martin Banner
    conducted by Prof. Rodney Eichenberger [sightreading demo]
    © 1999 Roger Dean Publishing Co.; cat # 45/1058R;
    Haystack # 67; (4:20 / 4:36)
  24. Mungu ni Pendo
    Robinson, Edward G.: arr. Robert Gower
    conducted by Prof. Rodney Eichenberger
    Bongos: Christopher Peterson; Djembe: Steve Peter
    © 1999 Plymouth Music Co., Inc.; cat # PJMS122;
    Haystack # 184; (2:48 / 3:37)
  25. Pomíluy nas, Ghóspodi (Have Mercy on Us, O Lord)
    Arkhangelsky, Alexander:
    conducted by Prof. Rodney Eichenberger [encore, sightreading]
    © 1998 Musica Russica, Inc.; cat# MRSM Ar 050;
    Haystack # 10; (3:49 / 4:02)

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