Choral Repertoire 2009-2010

Choral Union Spring Concert (April 24)

  • Mendelssohn: Te Deum
  • Mendelssohn: Hymn, Hor mein Bitten, Herr
  • Durufle: Requiem, Op. 9

Spring Concert (May 1)

Les Chanteurs, the Women’s Choir of Lynchburg College

  • Mendelssohn: Two selections from Drei Motetten, op. 39
    • Veni Domine
    • Laudate Pueri
  • Leavitt: Festival Sanctus
  • Umbertto Giordano: O Pastorelle, Addio
  • Imant Raminsh: Psalm 23
  • Andre Thomas: I Couldn’t Hear Nobody Pray
  • David Childs: The Rainbow

Lynchburg Singers–“American Sampler”

  • Pinkham: Gaudeant Sancti
    I. Cantate Domino
    II. Justorum animae
    III. Gaudent in caelis
    IV. O quam gloriosum est regnum
    V. Amen, benedictio, et claritas
  • Adolphus Hailstork: Seven Songs of the Rubaiyat
  • Joseph M. Martin: The Awakening
  • Samuel Barber: The Coolin from Reincarnations
  • Moses Hogan: I Can Tell the World
  • Eric Whitacre: The Seal Lullaby


Summer Choral Concert for the graduate conducting program (July 24)

Practicum Choir (Summer Choral Union)

  • Mozart: Mass in C, KV 317, Coronation Mass
    • Kyrie & Gloria
      Antonios Ververis, conductor
    • Credo
      Kevin Kvam, conductor
    • Sanctus/Benedictus & Agnus Dei
      Lee Anne Sheridan, conductor
    • Mendelssohn: There Shall a Star from Jacob Come Forth from Christus
      Katie Pyles, conductor
    • Randall Thompson: Last Words of David
      Glynis Hopkins, conductor
    • Gershon Kingsley: Shepherd Me, Lord
      Melanie Coleman, conductor

Lynchburg Chamber Choir (J. Kim, conductor)

  • David Childs: Salve Regina
  • Howard Hanson: A Prayer of the Middle Ages
  • Morten Lauridsen: Quando son piu lontan from Six “Fire Songs” on Italian Renaissance Poem
  • Moses Hogan: My Soul’s Been Anchored in the Lord