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The 22nd annual Hope College musical showcase : 2010 March 1.

Author: Sally VanderPloegSarah BrownCaitlin McDougallKatherine GenzinkCatherine EllisAll authors
Publisher: [Michigan] : [On Location Recordings], 2008.
Series: Hope College music recordings.; Hope College Music Department ensemble concerts.
Edition/Format:   Music CD : CD audio : Multiple languages
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Genre/Form: Songs and music
Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Sally VanderPloeg; Sarah Brown; Caitlin McDougall; Katherine Genzink; Catherine Ellis; Michelle Pascoe; Lauren Conley; Ross Green; Kristi Van Dyke; Jared Graybiel; Luke Panning; Daniel Smith; Alec Norkey; Jessalyn Bolkema; Kirsten Peterson; Milan Kulics; Nicholas VanderLaan; Jonathan Denny; Heather Benson; Brent Smith; Jonathan Weppler; Leah Hottel; Sarah Ashcroft; Jane Bosko; Jennifer Wolfe; Robert G Southard; Brad Richmond; Brian Coyle; Richard Piippo; Claude Debussy; Stephen Hatfield; Benjamin Godard; John Jacob Niles; Giuseppe Verdi; Camille Saint-Saëns; Mark Andreas Giesecke; Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Frédéric Chopin; Théodore Dubois; Larry Grossman; Jean-Marie Leclair; Aaron Parks; Edouard Lalo; Johan de Meij; Nicolò Paganini; Jean-Philippe Rameau; George Frideric Handel; A Barthe; Francisco J Nuñez; George Gershwin; Ian Clarke; Sergei Rachmaninoff; Chick Corea; Giulio Caccini; Jaak Nikolaas Lemmens; William Cutter; Gioacchino Rossini; Hope College. Music Department.; Women's Chamber Choir.; Mainstream Ensemble.; Wind Ensemble.; Chapel Choir.; Jazz Arts Collective.; Orchestra.
OCLC Number: 641605875
Notes: Compact disc.
Performer(s): Hope College Music Department students and ensembles.
Event notes: Recorded March 1, 2010 in DeVos Hall, Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Description: 2 audio discs : digital, stereo. ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 program ([9] pages ; 28 cm).
Contents: Disc 1. "Les collines d'Anacapri" (Preludes, book 1, no. 5) / Claude Debussy (Sally VanderPloeg, piano) --
Glettur / Stephen Hatfield (Women's Chamber Choir, Jennifer Wolfe, conductor) --
Waltz (Suite, op. 116) / Benjamin Godard (Sarah Brown, flute ; Jane Bosko, piano) --
Reward / John Jacob Niles (Caitlin McDougall, soprano ; Sally VanderPloeg, piano) --
Grand march (Aida) / Giuseppe Verdi, arr. Walter Barnes (Brass Ensemble) --
Danse macabre / Camille Saint-Saëns (Katherine Genzink, violin ; Jennifer Wolfe, piano) --
Absolute draws near Lydia / Mark A. Giesecke (Catherine Ellis, marimba ; Michelle Pascoe, vibraphone) --
"Pa pa pa" (The magic flute) / Wolfgang A. Mozart (Lauren Conley, soprano ; Ross Green, baritone ; Sally VanderPloeg, piano) --
Fantasy-impromptu / Frédéric Chopin (Kristi Van Dyke, piano) --
Toccata in G major / Theodore Dubois, arr. Trevor Wye (Flute Quintet) --
"Mama, a rainbow" (Minnie's boys) / Larry Grossman (Jared Graybiel, tenor ; Jane Bosko, piano) --
Allegro (Sonata for two violins, op. 3, no. 2) / Jean-Marie Leclair (Luke Panning, Katherine Genzink, violin) --
Peaceful warrior / Aaron Parks (Mainstream Ensemble) --
"Vainement, ma bien-aimée" (Le roi d'Ys) / Edouard Lalo (Daniel Smith, tenor ; Jennifer Wolfe, piano) --
Gandalf (Symphony no. 1, "The lord of the rings") / Johan de Meij (Wind Ensemble, Robert G. Southard, conductor). Disc 2. Caprice no. 16 in G minor / Noccolo Paganini (Alec Norkey, violin) --
Le rappel des oiseaux / Jean-Philippe Rameau (Sarah Brown, Michelle Pascoe, flute) --
Allegro (Sonata for two cellos and piano) / George Frideric Handel (Jessalyn Bolkema, Kirsten Peterson, cello ; Jane Bosko, piano) --
Passacaille / Adrien Barthe (Woodwind Quintet) --
Pange lingua / Francisco Nuñez (Chapel Choir, Brad Richmond, conductor) --
Lullaby / George Gershwin (Alec Norkey, Milan Kulics, violin ; Nicholas VanderLaan, viola ; Jonathan Denny, cello) --
Ave Maria, piena di grazie (Otello) / Giuseppe Verdi (Heather Benson, soprano ; Jennifer Wolfe, piano) --
Zoomtube / Ian Clarke (Michelle Pascoe, flute) --
Polichinelle, op. 3, no. 4 / Sergei Rachmaninoff (Brent Smith, piano) --
Little flamenco / Chick Corea (Jazz Arts Collective, Brian Coyle, conductor) --
Sally Goodin / Fiddle traditional (Luke Panning, violin) --
Amarilli, mia bella / Giulio Caccini (Jonathan Weppler, countertenor ; Sally VanderPloeg, piano) --
Fanfare / Jean-Jacques Lemmens --
Ride on, King Jesus! / African-American spiritual, arr. William Cutter (Sarah Ashcroft, soprano ; Jennifer Wolfe, piano) --
Overture (La gazza ladra) / Gioacchino Rossini (Symphony Orchestra, Richard Piippo, conductor).
Series Title: Hope College music recordings.; Hope College Music Department ensemble concerts.
Other Titles: Sally Goodin; arr.
Hope College musical showcase
Musical showcase
DeVos

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