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Grace Notes

by The Monmouth Civic Chorus

In our 55 years of performing choral music, the Monmouth Civic Chorus has become known for a broad repertoire, including well loved masterworks and rarely heard treasures.
Genre: Classical: Choral Music
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1. Amen - In Sempiternam
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2. Gloria In Excelsis
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2:30 album only
3. He Watching Over Israel
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3:42 album only
4. Credo
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11:51 album only
5. Sanctus
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6:36 album only
6. The Heavens Are Telling
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4:42 album only
7. Lacrimosa
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3:16 album only
8. Kedushah
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6:18 album only
9. No. 8 Psalm XCV
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10. Hostias
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4:26 album only
11. And Then Shall Your Light Break Forth
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12. How Lovely Is Thy Dwelling Place
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In our 55 years of performing choral music, the Monmouth Civic Chorus has become known for a broad repertoire, including well loved masterworks and rarely heard treasures. We've selected our favorites for this CD, with an emphasis on sacred music that speaks to the spiritual yearnings in all of us. The drama of Rossini and the exuberance of Vivaldi contrast with the tenderness of Mendelssohn. Gounod's magisterial Credo and expansive Sanctus bring us to the sprightly Haydn and the anguish of Mozart's Lacrymosa. From Bloch's exalted setting of the Hebrew prayer Kedushah we move to the glad resolve of the Pilgrims in Finney's Psalm. We close with Mendelssohn's rousing praise and the sweetness of Brahms.


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