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The Siren's Call - Chanticleer (choir, chorus)
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  1. Quand'havrà fine Amore, madrigal for 8 voices
  2. Ave maris stella, hymn for 5 voices (from Complete Hymns)
  3. Luci serene e chiare, madrigal for 5 voices (Book 4), W. 4/13
  4. O dolorosa gioia, madrigal for 5 voices (Book 5), W. 5/27
  5. En douleur et tristesse, chanson for 6 voices
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  1. Quand'havrà fine Amore, madrigal for 8 voices
  2. Ave maris stella, hymn for 5 voices (from Complete Hymns)
  3. Luci serene e chiare, madrigal for 5 voices (Book 4), W. 4/13
  4. O dolorosa gioia, madrigal for 5 voices (Book 5), W. 5/27
  5. En douleur et tristesse, chanson for 6 voices
  6. Jeg lagde mig så sildig (I Lay Down So Late), folk song for baritone & male chorus, Op. 30/1
  7. From the Greek Anthology, partsongs (5) for male chorus, Op. 45: Yea, Cast Me from Heights of the Mountains
  8. I hear the Siren's Call, for chorus
  9. Die Lorelie, for chorus
  10. Canticum calamitatis maritimæ (Song of a maritime tragedy), for chorus
  11. Amhrán na Gaoithe, for chorus
  12. Hinbarra, for chorus
  13. Sohran Bushi, folk song
  14. Temptation
  15. Somebody To Love
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You might guess from the "live concert highlights" subtitle of this album that this release by the San Francisco male vocal group Chanticleer is some kind of compilation of live recordings. In fact, it's an all-new release drawn from a single concert, or at least from two performances of the same program, and it represents Chanticleer at its best. The title "The Siren's Call" refers to both the theme of the entire program and to a couple of specific compositions: Chen Yi's I Hear the Siren's Call, which was dedicated to ...

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