Cascadian Chorale: Stormy Weather
Here in the Northwest we are used to dealing with the weather, so let's celebrate it in song. Of course rain features prominently, especially in Eric Whitacre's Cloudburst and a new arrangement of Stormy Weather by Cascadian's own Jeremy Kings. John Rutter, Carlos Guastavino, and William Billings deftly depict winds strong and calm. Two works were written in response to Hurricane Katrina by Jeffery Ames and local composer Melinda Bargreen. We will sing music by composers old and new, ranging from Brahms and Elgar to Joy Porter and Joan Szymko. And don't worry: there is plenty of sunlight too. Jeffery L. Ames: I've been in the storm so long Melinda Bargreen: Big Easy on My Mind William Billings: Euroclydon Johannes Brahms: In stiller Nacht Edward Elgar: As torrents in summer Carlos Guastavino: Viento norte Stephen Hatfield: La lluvia Jeremy Kings: Stormy Weather (world premiere) Sean Kirchner: Unclouded Day Neil Pfiefer: Lilacs and Rain Joy DeCoursey-Porter: Mondnacht John Rutter: Blow, blow, thou winter wind Joan Szymko: The Gift to Sing Eric Whitacre: Cloudburst
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