The Turtle Creek Chorale Psalms HDCD

Turtle Creek Chorale

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SING HALLELUJAH! The ancient wisdom of the Psalms has been inspiration for great composers for 3000 years. A unique program of world-premiere recordings is by living composers, many of whom have a long-standing relationship with the Turtle Creek Chorale. The world-renowned group performs with pipe organ, harp, brass and percussion ensemble in one of "Prof." Johnson's greatest sonic triumphs. Be prepared for goose-bumps!

Selections: Make a Joyful Noise (Buryl Red); Psalm I: Let It Set You Free (Danny Ray); Psalm 8: The Majesty and Glory of Your Name (Tom Fettke); Psalm 23: The Lord's My Shepherd (arr. Kurt Kaiser); Psalm 47: Clap Your Hands (Nancy Mize Roberts); Psalm 91: The Secret Place (Danny Ray; Psalm 93: The Lord Reigneth (Michael Cox); Organ Improvisation (Christopher Berry); Psalm 92: It Is a Good Thing to Give Thanks (Anne Albritton); Psalm 100: A Festive Psalm (Joseph M. Martin); Psalm 103: Bless the Lord, My Soul (James Q. Mulholland); Psalm 121: I Will Lift Up Mine Eyes (Charles Brown); Psalm 85: A Psalm of Peace (Jane Marshall; Psalm 150: Praise the Lord! (Mark Hayes) (TT 61:55)(Released 1998)

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