2018 – Fall Repertoire

Agnus Dei, from Mass for Four Voices, by William Byrd.

 Battle Hymn of the Republic, music by William Steffe, words by Julia Ward Howe.

Benedictus, from Mass in G major, by Franz Schubert.

Birth of the Blues, music by Ray Henderson, words by B.G. DeSylva and Lew Brown, arr. by Kirby Shaw.

Blessing of Aaron, by Norman Ramsey, arr. by Walter Rodby.

Buffalo Gals, an American Traditional, arr. by Bob Chilcott.

Glory to God, from The Messiah, by G. F. Handel.

Hear Me, Redeemer, by Henry Mollicone.

Humming Chorus, from Madame Butterfly, by Giacomo Puccini.

I Know I’ve Been Changed, arr. by Damon H. Dandridge

I’ll Be Home for Christmas, by Kim Gannon and Walter Kent, arr. by Carl Strommen.

O Nata Lux, from Lux Aeterna, by Morten Lauridsen.  O Nata Lux is the central movement of five connected movements which reference Light assembled from various sacred Latin texts.

I Could Have Danced All Night, music by Frederick Loewe, lyrics by Alan Lerner.

The One Minute “Home on the Range,” arr. by Jay Althouse

Ose Shalom (The One Who Makes Peace), music by John Leavitt.

The Road Home, by Michael Dennis Browne, adapted by Stephen Paulus

Sleigh Ride, music by Leroy Anderson, words by Mitchell Parish.

Troika, by Dave and Jean Perry.

Ubi caritas, from Quartre Motets sur des thèmes grégoriens, Op. 10, by Maurice Duruflé. 

What You Gonna Call Your Pretty Little Baby?, arr. by Victor C. Johnson.

When the Saints Go Marching in, arr. by John Rutter.

Winter’s Wonderland, arr. by Pete Schmutte.