The Turtle Creek Chorale Postcards HDCD

Turtle Creek Chorale

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The Fabulous Turtles take you on a world tour! Music from South Africa, Russia, China, Japan, Indonesia, Chile, France, Germany, Nigeria, Italy and the U.S. heartland, performed in the original languages and accompanied by indigenous instruments.

"The Turtle Creek Chorale zeroes in on the heart of each work, and performs with sophistication and gusto...Highly recommended." --Fanfare

Selections:MECHAM: Blow Ye the Trumpet (USA); SONTONGA: N'Kosi Sikele' I Africa (South Africa); CHESNOKOV: Spaséñiye sodélal (Russia); SITU: Wo ai Yang guang (China); TRAD. (Arr. Varner): Sakura (Japan); SCHAFER: Gamelan (Java); THOMPSON: Pueri Hebraeorum (USA); PARRA: Gracias a la Vida (Chile); FAURÉ: Cantique de Jean Racine (France); SCHUBERT: Geist der Liebe (Germany); TOCH: Geographical Fugue; OLATUNJI: Betelehemu (Nigeria); GENÉE: Insalata Italiana; TRAD. (Arr. Wilberg): Cindy (USA). (CDTT: 60:00) (Released 1994)

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