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Missa Campanella
Choir of the Cathedral of St. John, Episcopal, Albuquerque, Maxine Thévenot, director; Stephen Tharp, guest organist - [OAR-926]
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The Choir of the Cathedral of St. John, Albuquerque, New Mexico, Maxine Thévenot, director; Stephen Tharp, guest organist, performs recent liturgical music, some recorded the first time. Three compositions for solo organ are included as well.
Andrew Ager: Missa Campanella
Richard Shephard: Christ, Whose Glory Fills the Skies
Peter Hallock: Thy Word is a Lantern
Ned Rorem: Mercy and Truth Are Met
Mark Blatchly: Give Us the Wings of Faith
Barry Rose: Morning Glory, Starlit Sky
Michael Sitton: Tantum Ergo
June Nixon: O Salutaris Hostia
Geraint Lewis: The Souls of the Righteous
Mary Lynn Place Badarak: Ave Verum Corpus
Derek Holman: Prevent Us, O Lord
Maurice Duruflé: In Paradisum (from Requiem)
Eleanor Daley: Missa Brevis No. 4
SOLO ORGAN:
Andrew Ager: Prélude et Fugue, Op. 30
Fredrik Sixten: Toccata Festival
Jean-Yves Daniel-LeSur: In Paradisum

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