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Samuel Barber: An American Romantic - Adah Toland Jones (flute); Brian Shaw (trumpet); Bruce Williams (viola); David Farwig (baritone); Derek Chester (tenor);...
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  1. Twelfth Night, for 4 voices. Op. 42/1
  2. To Be Sung on the Water, for 4 voices, Op. 42/2
  3. The Virgin Martyrs, for SSAA, Op. 8/1
  4. Let Down the Bars, O Death!, for SATB, Op.8/2
  5. Reincarnations, for 4 voices, Op. 16
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  1. Twelfth Night, for 4 voices. Op. 42/1
  2. To Be Sung on the Water, for 4 voices, Op. 42/2
  3. The Virgin Martyrs, for SSAA, Op. 8/1
  4. Let Down the Bars, O Death!, for SATB, Op.8/2
  5. Reincarnations, for 4 voices, Op. 16
  6. A Stopwatch and an Ordnance Map, for male chorus & 3 tympani, Op. 15
  7. Sure on this shining night, song for voice & piano (also arr. for voice, orch, chorus & piano), Op. 13/3
  8. Agnus Dei, for chorus (arr. from 2nd mvt. of String Quartet), Op. 11
  9. The Lovers, for baritone, chorus & orchestra, Op. 43
  10. Chorale for Ascension Day, for chorus, brass, tympani & organ
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Samuel Barber was America's most prominent neo-Romantic composer, and most listeners are aware of at least one of his passionately expressive works, the famous Adagio for strings. This beloved movement was adapted from his String Quartet in B major and arranged several times by Barber, notably as the Agnus Dei for a cappella choir, which appears on this collection, Samuel Barber: An American Romantic. The Agnus Dei is the standout of this 2012 Harmonia Mundi release by Conspirare, led by Craig Hella Johnson, though it is ...

Samuel Barber: An American Romantic 2012, Harmonia Mundi

UPC: 093046752262

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