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The Northwestern University Summer Choir 2013 Progam was held 7-30-13 at 7PM in Alice Millar Chapel on the NWU Evanston Campus. Ninety voice strong with brass and organ, an incredible program was ...

The Northwestern University Summer Choir 2013 Progam was held 7-30-13 at 7PM in Alice Millar Chapel on the NWU Evanston Campus. Ninety voice strong with brass and organ, an incredible program was offered. This program was conducted by Mr. Stephen Alltop.

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Northwestern University Summer Choir 2013 Progam Northwestern University Summer Choir 2013 Progam Presentation Transcript

  • NORTHWESTERNUNIVERSITYSUMMERCHORUS Stephen Alltop, conductor Guillermo Muiioz Kiister, assistant conductor Eric Budzynski, piano and organ Tuesday, July 30, 2013, at 7:30 p.m. Psalm 23 (dedicated to my Mother) Salmo 1.50 (Psalm 150) BOBBYMCFERRIN (1950- ) wanscribed by Dan Stolper Prelude Praludium in G Major Stephen Alltop, organ There will be rest (words by Sara Teasdale) The Jubiiant Voice Present Laughtfr I. 0 Mistress Minf (words by William Shakespeare) II. Woman's Constancy (words by John Donne) 111. The Pessimist (words by Benjamin Franklin King) IV. Laughing Song (words by William Blake)Let all the people praise thee, 0 God San Marco Brass Eric Budzynski, pianoGuillermo Mufioz Kiister, conductor Lord, for Thy tender mercy's sake attributed to RICHARDFARRANT (c. 1530-1580) Blue BirdIn eccksiis Lfonardo Dreams of His Flying MachineChristina Bemardoni, soprano Lesley Hoemer, soprano William Lea, tenor San Marco Brass text by Charles Anthony Silvestri Christina Bemardoni, Megan Bergeron, Linda Westin, Dave Laskowski, soloistsCanzon duodecimi toni Gabriel SONGSOF THE SOUL Now shall my inward joys arise (Africa) Eric Budzynski and James Stellmacher, piano Let Us Break Bread Together (Choral Variations) Please silence all electronic devices, including pagers, cellular telephones. :111dw r ~wilt( 11 :11:1rms.