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Flos Regalis

by Justina Golden

Stunning a capella vocals by well-known folk artists highlight this live performance CD of music from the 12th through the 17th centuries.
Genre: Classical: Early Music
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1. O Pastor Animarum Justina Golden
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2. Flos Regalis Rani Arbo, Justina Golden, and Dar Williams
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3. Unde Quocumque Justina Golden and Robert Eisenstein
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4. Risum Fecit Sare Justina Golden, Scott Kessel, Cindy Kallet
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5. The Silver Swan Justina Golden and Friends
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6. O Frondens Virga Justina Golden and Friends
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7. Sed Diabolus Justina Golden and Robert Eisenstein
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8. Ave Regina Coelorum Rani Arbo, Justina Golden and Dar Williams
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9. Dum Sigillum Justina Golden and Cindy Kallet
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10. Studium Divinitatis Justina Golden and Robert Eisenstein
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11. O Regem Coeli Justina Golden and Friends
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12. In Nets of Golden Wires Justina Golden and Cindy Kallet
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13. O Rubor Sanguinis Justina Golden and Robert Eisenstein
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14. Hildegard's 78th Chant Justina Golden and Friends
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15. Weep, O Mine Eyes Rani Arbo, Justina Golden and Dar Williams
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16. Aer Enim Justina Golden and Robert Eisenstein
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17. Deus Enim Justina Golden and Robert Eisenstein
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18. Ave Virgo Virginum Rani Arbo, Justina Golden and Dar Williams
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19. Deus Anim Rorem Justina Golden and Robert Eisenstein
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20. Gaudete Justina Golden and Friends
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21. Don't Get Around Much Anymore Justina Golden and Robert Castellano
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Justina Golden is a singer, voice teacher and choral conductor. Justina's dazzling vocal virtuosity has filled coffeehouses, concert halls and musical festivals for twenty years. Dubbed 'always effervescent" by the Daily Hampshire Gazette, she is a rare master of the Folk, Celtic, Classical and Early Music genres, performing concerts that challenge minds, lift spirits and open hearts.

2004 was a representative year of the wide variety of concerts that Justina performs. The year began with a flourish as Justina performed at First Night Northampton with Emily Greene, (fiddle) and Mara Levi, (bass). The program commenced with solo chants by Hildegard von Bingen, and included songs from Ireland and original music by Emily. In March, Justina journeyed to Boston to perform with members of the professional chorus "The Boston Secession" in a concert including selections from her upcoming CD "Flos Regalis (Royal Flower)." In April, Justina sang a classical duet recital with soprano Pamela Getnick featuring music by Monteverdi, Brahms, Händel, Fauré, and William Hawley. She finished out the month performing at the Westfield Congregational Church as vocal soloist with the Richard Mayer Jazz Quartet covering tunes by Harold Arlen, George Gershwin, Duke Ellington, Cole Porter and Carlos Jobim. In June, Justina conducted both A Little Lunch Music Women's Chorus andThe Dessert Singers in a collaborative concert with Albany's Capital Pride Singers at Sage Hall, Smith College.

2005 began with a premiere performance of the new Celtic trio featuring Rosemary Caine (harp) and Donna Hébert (fiddle) at First Night Northampton. The program included Irish songs, fiddle tunes, and a story about the Selkie folk of Scotland written by and including a dance by Juniper Talbot.

On March 6th, she performed a benefit concert featuring jazz standards, early music, a celtic set and four premiere songs by Pioneer Valley composers. On Paril 5, Justina and duet partner Pamela Getnick performed their third annual "Bust Into Spring and Sing" recital, accompanied by Clifton J. Noble. The program featured music by Vivaldi, Bach, Brahms and Kitson.

Om paril 28th, Justina's newest CD "Flos Regalis" was be released. It features solo, duo, trio and choral music from the 12th through the 17th centuries. A true crossover effort, this album features guest performers Dar Williams, Rani Arbo, Cindy Kallet and Bob Eisenstein. The album was recorded live at the Helen Hills Hills Chapel at Smith College by Grammy-award winning engineer Norman Blain.

Justina has performed her own eclectic mix of folk and early music at festivals including Campfest, and Womongathering and The National Women's Music Festival in Indiana, where she also conducted festival choruses. From 1988 to 1998 she toured nationally, performing as half of the acoustic folk duo Justina and Joyce. The pair released two albums, "So Strong" (1992), and "Rhythms, Rhymes and Tides" (1995).

Through her Profound Sound Voice Studio, she has taught singers ages sixteen through eighty-six, including some of contemporary folk's finest performers: Dar Williams, the Nields, Mark Erelli, Stephen Kellogg, Margo Hennebach, Rani Arbo and Lisa Martin among many others. In addition, Justina has been the Jazz Vocal Instructor at Smith College since the fall of 2000.

When Justina is not singing, she can be found cross-stitching, feeding the birds, or fussing at the computer.


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Hilde's Attic Music Magazine

Golden is the Karen Carpenter of Classical music
Right up front, let me just say that Justina Golden's voice is amazing. Golden is the Karen Carpenter of Classical music voices. This is a CD of classical pieces for voice's and the voice's on this release couldn't be or sound more wonderfully amazing.