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Festival Choir

Look here for videos of choirs of combined levels (University, High School, Elementary School) and honors choirs. This category will not count as a separate organization in relation to how many video links you can post.

Erschallet, Ihr Lieder Ethos Consortium and Central Cabarrus High School Singers

From JakeCKrug YouTube channel

Title: Erschallet, Ihr Lieder (Chorus from larger work)
Composer: J.S.Bach
Director: Paul E. Oakley
Publisher: Baerenreiter Verlag (BA.TP1172) not sure this is the same edition
Ensemble: Ethos Consortium and the Central Cabarrus High School Singers

From Sheetmusicplus: Erschallet, ihr Lieder (Cantata for White Sunday). By Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750). Edited by Dietrich Kilian. For Soprano Solo, Alto Solo, Tenor Solo, Bass Solo, Mixed Choir-SATB, Oboe, Bassoon, 3 Trumpet, Kettledrum, Basso Continuo. Baerenreiter Studienpartituren – Study scores. Score; Study Score; Urtext Edition. BWV 172. Duration ca. 25′.

World Premiere of One Life Can Make A Difference by Eric Carlson at the Case H.S. Area Choir Festival (used by permission)

Performed by the the Case High School Concert Chorale, Gilmore Middle School Choir and Gifford Children’s Choir. The piece was directed by Elizabeth Steege and accompanied by the composer. All choirs are from the Racine unified School District, Racine, WI. Gilmore’s choir was prepared by Keri Bieri, Gifford’s Choir by Jack Senzig and Case’s Choir by Elizabeth Steege.

UWParkside Master Singers, Voices of Parkside and The Gifford Children’s Choir Perform David Fanshawe’s Dona Nobis Pacem (Hal Leonard 08595500)

This is an amazingly beautiful piece with a nice dialogue between the Soprano soloist and the children’s choir. The lights were so hot the kids started melting. You will see a couple go down near the end.

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