Jubilate Deo (Choir Week's Chamber Choir)
Choir Week's Chamber Choir has recorded a number of works from 2012 - 2015. A choice selection has been compiled to this new album and first-ever dedicated Chamber Choir production. Jubilate Deo is an array of musical Divine Praises, by a broad range of composers from Renaissance to contemporary, rounded off by two very contradistinctive, virtuoso organ works. Don't worry if your German is a little rusty, as this album's booklet is in English, too!
̴Jubliate Deo (chamber choir)
Domenico Card. Bartolucci
Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy
Jesu dulcis memoria
Johann Sebastian Bach
"Jesus Christus unser Heiland" for organ BWV 688
Tomas Luis de Victoria
Magnificat primi toni
Christus factus est
Josef Bohuslav Foerster
Stabat Mater op. 56
Prelude and Fugue g-minor for organ op.7/3
Hymne ÌÎÌ_ la Vierge
Marco Enrico Bossi
Inno di Gloria (Westminster Abbey) op. 76/A
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