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Title The GA conducting recital.

Publication Info. [Princeton, N.J.] : Westminster Choir College of Rider University, March 2, 2014.

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Description 1 audio disc (66:47) ; 4 3/4 in.
Playing Time 010657
Physical Medium 4 3/4 in. burning
Description digital optical stereo
audio file
CD audio
Medium of Performance mezzo-soprano voice 1 baritone voice 1 mixed chorus 1 organ 1 cello 1 2 1
soprano voice 1 alto voice 1 tenor voice 1 bass voice 1 piano 2 piano, 4 hands 6
mixed chorus 1 piano 2 piano, 4 hands 1
Note Title from disc label.
Performer Westminster Symphonic Choir ; with, in the Duruflé: Erinn Sensenig, mezzo-soprano ; Justin Rhymer, baritone ; Elizabeth Thompson, cello ; Eric Plutz, organ ; John Irving, conductor ; and, in the Brahms: various soloists and ensembles drawn from the choir ; Rachelle Jonck, J.J. Penna, piano ; Alex Underwood, conductor.
Event Recorded live 2014 March 2, Princeton Meadow Church and Event Center, Princeton, N.J.
Note Cataloging information chiefly from printed program.
Language Sung in Latin and German.
Contents Requiem, op. 9 / Maurice Duruflé -- Liebeslieder Walzer, op. 52 / Johannes Brahms.
Local Note Westminster Choir College performance.
Subject Requiems.
Choruses, Sacred (Mixed voices) with organ.
Love songs.
Vocal quartets with piano, 4 hands.
Vocal duets with piano, 4 hands.
Choruses, Secular (Mixed voices) with piano, 4 hands.
Daumer, Georg Friedrich, 1800-1875 -- Musical settings.
Genre/Form Requiems.
Love songs.
Waltzes (Music)
Chamber music.
Live sound recordings.
Added Author Jonck, Rachelle, instrumentalist.
Penna, J. J., instrumentalist.
Plutz, Eric, instrumentalist.
Thompson, Elizabeth (Cellist), instrumentalist.
Underwood, Alex, conductor.
Irving, John (Conductor), conductor.
Daumer, Georg Friedrich, 1800-1875, author.
Container of (expression): Duruflé, Maurice, 1902-1986. Requiem, op. 9; arranged.
Container of (work): Brahms, Johannes, 1833-1897. Liebeslieder, mixed solo voices, piano, 4 hands.
Westminster Choir College, issuing body, sponsoring body.
Westminster Symphonic Choir, singer.
Added Title Graduate assistant conducting recital