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Christmas at Loretto, South Bend, IN, LaBarr Premiere

Location: Indiana, USA
Choir type: Chamber Choirs and Vocal Ensembles
Voicing: Mixed
South Bend Chamber Singers
Nancy Menk, conductor
Kathleen Keasey, accompanist
David Eicher, organist
Christmas at Loretto
-A Retrospective-
Personent Hodie - 14th Century Latin Carol, arr. Vijay Singh
Gaudete - arr. J. David Moore
A solis ortus cardine - John Muehleisen
Commissioned in 2011                                                                              
Magnificat - Frank Ferko
Commissioned in 2001                                                                                
Veni, Veni Emmanuel - Stacy Garrop
Commissioned in 2009                                                                               
A Hymn to the Virgin - Benjamin Britten
A Winter Landscape - Lane Johnson
Shout the Glad Tidings - Ned Rorem           
The Midnight Clear (World Premiere) - Susan LaBarr
One Small Child - Robert A. Harris
Commissioned in 2008                                                                              
Old Carols in New Arrangements
     What Child Is This? -  English Tune Greensleeves, arr. Lindsay Goodson
     The Holly and the Ivy - English Traditional Carol, arr. John Rutter
     Lo, How a Rose E’er Blooming - 16th Century German Melody, arr. Allen Koepke
     Ding, Dong! Merrily on High - 16th Century French Melody, arr. Paul Carey
To Drive the Cold Winter Away - J. David Moore
Commissioned in 2008
And We Shall Sing - Stephen Paulus
Commissioned in 2006                                                                                  
            Tonight’s performance is dedicated to Stephen Paulus.
Silent Night - arr. Sir Malcolm Sargent
Sunday, December 22, 7:30 p.m.
Church of Loretto, Saint Mary's College
For Tickets, Call 574-284-4626
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