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Mighty Harmonies

Mighty Harmonies

In honor of our fiftieth anniversary season, we asked you, our audience, what you’d like to hear sung at a Cascadian Chorale winter concert. From the dozens of suggestions, we have chosen a collection that ranges from the Renaissance to the modern day. Featured composers include Victoria, Billings, Brahms, Elgar, Howells, Walton, and Lauridsen. These works are shining examples of the beautiful, mighty harmonies that only a fine choir can provide.

  • Gaudete from Piae Cantiones, 1582
  • Beati quorum via, by Charles Villiers Stanford
  • O Heiland, reiss die Himmel auf, by Johannes Brahms
  • Jesus Christ, the apple tree, by Elizabeth Poston
  • Still, still, still, by Norman Luboff
  • O wild west wind, by Edward Elgar
  • O magnum mysterium, by Tomás Luis de Victoria
  • Let all mortal flesh keep silence, by Christopher Lee Fraley
  • I wonder as I wander, American folksong arranged by John Jacob Niles and Lewis Henry Horton
  • Bethlehem ("While shepherds watched their flocks"), by William Billings
  • Judea ("A virgin unspotted"), by William Billings
  • Let us be merry, by Christopher Lee Fraley
  • Sing lullaby, by Herbert Howells
  • What cheer, by William Walton
  • O magnum mysterium, by Morten Lauridsen

Saturday, December 13, 2014
7:30 p.m.

Redmond Senior Center
8703 160th Avenue NE
Redmond, Washington


Sunday, December 14, 2014
4:30 p.m.

VFW Keewaydin Clubhouse
1836 72nd Avenue SE
Mercer Island, Washington


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