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Stetson University (Choir)

Life’s Loveliness

by Stetson University Women's Chorale

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Conducted by Andrew Larson, joined by pianists Amy Crane and Tammy Miller, organist Boyd Jones, harpist Cameron Huster, and many students, the Women's Chorale released "Life's Loveliness" in October 2012.
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Women's Chorale recording made up of premiers and choral standards along a theme implied by the project's title. It is available in digital and CD media formats.

Conducted by Andrew Larson, joined by pianists Amy Crane and Tammy Miller, organist Boyd Jones, harpist Cameron Huster, and many students, the Stetson University Women's Chorale released "Life's Loveliness" in October 2012.

"Spend all you have for loveliness. Buy it and never count the cost." Pulitzer prizewinning poetess Sara …
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A Candlelight Tradition

by The Concert Choir of Stetson University, Alan Raines & Tammy Miller

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The Christmas Candlelight Concert tradition at Stetson University dates back several decades and has become one of the most important traditions on the University's campus.
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The Christmas Candlelight Concert tradition at Stetson University dates back several decades and has become one of the most important traditions on the University's campus. Decorations, rehearsals, processionals, readings, and choral concerts begin the last Sunday in November and continue through the first Sunday in December. Though the repertoire varies from year to year, a formula does prevail: the concerts open with a candlelight processional and rigorous choral fanfare, then close with the version of …
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Requiem, Op. 9

by The Concert Choir of Stetson University & Boyd Jones

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This neo-medieval masterpiece is so well crafted that to place it anywhere other than among the canon of great choral masterworks would be an injustice to the genre.
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Requiem - Maurice Durufle
The Concert Choir of Stetson University
Alan Raines, Conductor - Boyd Jones, Organist

Maurice Durufle’s Requiem, Op. 9, was composed using the popular harmonic language in which Duruflé and his contemporaries were entrenched, but completely constructed upon the use of Gregorian chant. This neo-medieval masterpiece is so well crafted that to place it anywhere other than among the canon of great choral masterworks would be an injustice to the genre. Duruflé …
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