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A Tribute to heroes

Author: Donna Tozer WipfliRalph Vaughan WilliamsMaurice JacobsonDennis BlubaughDavid GruwellAll authors
Publisher: Toledo, Ohio : Masterworks Chorale , 2003.
Edition/Format:   Music CD : CD audio : English
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Masterworks Chorale recorded this concert in its thirty-first season, and found the message compelling enough to share with others in the form of this CD.
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Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Donna Tozer Wipfli; Ralph Vaughan Williams; Maurice Jacobson; Dennis Blubaugh; David Gruwell; Randall Thompson; Gustav Holst; Z Randall Stroope; Cecil Spring Rice, Sir; Tom Sheehan; Larry Winegar; Dave Stead; Charlotte Marisay; Elliot Jerome Tramer; Julia Ward Howe; Marcia Pool Rutherford; Gretchen Rohm; Joy Ortyl; John Tavener; Alice Parker; Jack Ford; Susie M Shew; Lisa Kulczak; Steven Tozer Wipfli; David Wright; Undine S Moore; Paul Cummings; Michael Folkerts; Jester Hariston; Masterworks Chorale (Toledo, Ohio)
OCLC Number: 643095960
Notes: Lauded as Northwest Ohio's premier choral ensemble, Masterworks Chorale is a mixed voice ensemble comprised of singers from the Toledo area. It strives to skillfully and professionally perform a diverse variety of choral literature and provide its audiences and members with an enriching and fulfilling musical experience. Founded in the fall of 1972 by Benjamin Locke and his mother, Rose Mary Locke, the chorale has premiered several compositions by local and world-renowned composers and sponsors annual high school internships and choral workshops.
Credits: Artistic director and conductor, Donna Tozer Wipfli. Liner notes are provided by the conductor and the composers.
Cast: Dennis Blubaugh, piano/organ; Tom Sheehan and Larry Winegar, tenor; David Stead, banjo; Charlotte Mariasy, bass violin; David Gruwell and Elliot Tramer, guitar; Marcia Pool Rutherford, Gretchen Rohm and Joy Ortyl, alto; Mayor Jack Ford, orator; Susie M. Shew, scripture reader; Lisa Kulczak, soprano; Steven Tozer Wipfli, baritone; David Wright, tenor; Paul Cummings, tenor; Michael Folkerts, baritone; Don Flugga and Josh Reed, percussion.
Event notes: Recorded at First Presbyterian Church, Maumee, Ohio on March 8, 2003. This recording is a live performance. There is general audience noise as you would hear at any live performance.
Description: 1 sound disc (47 min) : digital ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 booklet (6 p. ; 12 x12 cm)
Contents: Let us now praise famous men/ Ralph Vaughn Williams, arr. Maurice Jacobsen (3:12) - - Testament of freedom/ Randall Thompson (2:53) - - Homeland/ Gustav Holst, arr. Z. Randall Stroope (5:14) - - Red iron ore (3:14) - - Battle hymn of the republic/ Julia Ward Howe (2:41) - - John Henry (2:32) - - Song for Athene/ John Tavener (5:31) - - Three selections from A Sermon from the Mountain/ Alice Parker - - I want to live so God can use me (2:53) - - He's the Lily of the Valley (5:25) - - Well, I feel all right (3:04) - - Daniel, Daniel, servant of the Lord/ arr. Undine S. Moore (2:02) - - The last words of David/ Randall Thompson (3:38) - - Elijah rock/ arr.Jester Hairston (2:10) - - Jessica Locke speaking on Reading of the names 9/11: The firefighters (1:37) - - Reading of the names 9/11: The firefighters\ Jessica Locke (3:26).
Responsibility: Masterworks Chorale, Toledo, Ohio.

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Masterworks Chorale recorded this concert in its thirty-first season, and found the message compelling enough to share with others in the form of this CD.

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