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Choral music

CD

Choral music : live recordings 1987-2004 / Elliott Gyger.

  • 1 CD (62 min.)
  • Sales Availability: This item is not commercially available from the Australian Music Centre. We regret that we cannot offer it for sale.
  • Library Availability: CD 1518 — Available for loan

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This item is not commercially available from the Australian Music Centre. We regret that we cannot offer it for sale.

Featured Australian works

  Work Composer PerformersDuration
And I heard a voice out of heaven (1997) for mezzo-soprano and baritone soli, SATB chorus unaccompanied Elliott Gyger 6 mins, 31 sec.
Creator alme siderum : Benign creator of the stars (2000) Benign creator of the stars, for SAATBB chorus unaccompanied Elliott Gyger 4 mins, 12 sec.
Fire in the heavens (2003) for children's choir a cappella
Recorded/performed at: City Recital Hall, Angel Place, Sydney, on 25 Jan 03.
Elliott Gyger Gondwana Voices, Lyn Williams 5 mins
I am not yet born (1995) for children's choir (or women's choir) Elliott Gyger 6 mins, 44 sec.
In loco isto (2002) for SSATBB chorus unaccompanied Elliott Gyger 3 mins, 17 sec.
Isä meidän (1994) for SATB choir Elliott Gyger 3 mins, 28 sec.
Qumi, 'ori (2004) — multiple choirs Elliott Gyger 3 mins, 27 sec.
Rezo de San Iñigo de Loyola (1990) for SATB soli, SATB chorus unaccompanies Elliott Gyger 4 mins, 26 sec.
Ring out, wild bells (1987) for SATB chorus Elliott Gyger 2 mins, 35 sec.
Silence (1987) for SATB choir Elliott Gyger 4 mins, 20 sec.
Trisagion 1521 (2003) — atb choir Elliott Gyger 4 mins, 28 sec.
Ut queant laxis (2003) for SATB chorus (divisi) and organ Elliott Gyger 7 mins, 30 sec.
Wedding music (1995) for SATB choir with organ — Kyrie only Elliott Gyger 5 mins, 30 sec.

Product details

Duration: 62 min.

Contents note: Silence -- Ring out, wild bells -- Rezo de san iñigo de loyola -- Isä meidän -- I am not yet born -- And I heard a voice out of heaven -- Kyrie : gloria tibi trinitas -- Creator alme siderum -- In loco isto -- Fire in the heavens -- Trisagion 1521 -- Ut queant laxis -- Qumi, 'ori.

Performers: The Song Company (Silence) ; Elliott Gyger (conductor: Silence) ; Sydney Philharmonia Motet Choir (Ring out wild bells) ; Antony Walker (conductor: Ring out wild bells) ; Margaret Hunter (soprano: Rezo ; Isä meidän) ; Catherine Playoust (alto: Rezo ; And I heard a voice out of heaven) ; Michael Burgo (tenor: Rezo) ; Michael Olbash (bass: Rezo ; And I heard a voice out of heaven) ; Jennifer Lester (conductor: Rezo ; Isä meidän ; And I heard a voice out of heaven ; Creator alme siderum ; In loco isto ; Ut queant laxis) ; The Seraphim Singers (Rezo ; Isä meidän ; And I heard a voice out of heaven ; In loco isto ; Ut queant laxis) ; Sydney Children's Choir (I am not yet born) ; Lyn Williams (conductor: I am not yet born ; Fire in the heavens) ; Blue Heron Renaissance Choir (Kyrie ; Trisagion 1521) ; Scott Metcalfe (conductor: Kyrie, Trisagion 1521) ; Philovox (Creator alme siderum) ; Gondwana voices (Fire in the heavens) ; John Dunn (organ: Ut queant laxis) ; Harvard University Choir (Qumi 'ori) ; Edward Jones (conductor: Qumi, 'ori).

Non-commercial recording - for study purposes only.

Capture session: Silence recorded at Eugene Goossens Hall, ABC Centre, Sydney 2 October 1993 ; Ring out wild bells recorded at Eugene Goossens Hall, ABC Centre, Sydney 28 January 1995 ; Rezo, Isä meidän, And I heard, and In loco recorded at Church of the Redeemer, Chestnut Hill, Mass., USA, on 19 June 2004 ; I am not yet born recorded at University of Newcastle, 1997 ; Kyrie, and Trisagion 1521 recorded at First Church Cong., Cambridge, Mass., USA, on 20 July 2004 ; Creator alme siderum recorded at Church of the Advent, Boston, USA, on 7 April 2003 ; Fire in the heavens recorded at City Recital Hall, Sydney on 25 January 2003 ; Ut queant laxis recorded at St Paul Church, Cambridge, Mass., USA, on 14 November 2004 ; Qumi, 'ori recorded at Memorial Church, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass., USA, on 19 December 2004.


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