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Playlist of KPHS Chambers Choir

  • KPHS Chambers Choir - I love my love


    Kings Park Spring Concert 2013

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  • KPHS Chambers Choir - Elijah Rock


    Elijah Rock - Spring Concert May 2012

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  • KPHS Chambers Choir - Tell My Ma


    Kings Park Spring Concert 2013

  • KPHS Chambers Choir - O Magnum Mysterium


    Kings Park Spring Concert 2013

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  • KPHS Chambers Choir - American Folk Rhapsody


    American Folk Rhapsody - Spring Concert May 2012

  • KPHS Chambers Choir - Unclouded Day


    Kings Park Spring Concert 2013

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  • KPHS Chambers Choir - With A Little Help From My Friends


    With A Little Help From My Friends - Pop's Concert 2012
    Originally By: The Beatles
    Arranged By: Joe Cocker

  • KPHS Chambers Choir - I Still Havent Found What Im looking For


    I Still Haven't Found What I'm looking For - Pops Concert February 2013

  • KPHS Chambers Choir - Rest


    Rest - Spring Concert May 2012

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  • KPHS Chambers Choir & Symphonic Winds - Sleep


    Sleep - Spring Concert May 2012
    Written By: Eric Whitacre

  • KPHS Chambers Choir - Tshotsholoza


    Tshotsholoza (Go Forward) - Winter Concert December 2012

  • Tell My Mama - SMUS Chamber Choir


    smus chamber choir!!

  • KPHS Chamber Singers - There Was A Time


    Under the direction of Ryan Flatt.
    Soloists, in order of performance:
    Courtney Braun and Corey Byrne
    John Little
    Melissa Pond
    Ashley Domenech and Gerard Johnston

    I do not own this song.

  • KPHS Chamber Singers - The Battle of Jerricho


    Under the direction of Ryan Flatt.

    Arranged by Moses Hogan.

    I do not own this song.

  • Kts senior chamber choir


    Blue mountain river- cara Dillon. Arr p. hunt

  • KPHS Chmabers Choir - Johnny I Hardly knew Ye


    Johnny I hardly Knew Ye - Spring Concert May 2012

  • Concert Choir: Across the Sky


  • Eric Whitacre - The Seal Lullaby


    Eric Whitacre:
    In the spring of 2004 I was lucky enough to have my show Paradise Lost: Shadows and Wings presented at the ASCAP Musical Theater Workshop. The workshop is the brainchild of legendary composer Stephen Schwartz (Wicked, Godspell), and his insights about the creative process were profoundly helpful. He became a great mentor and friend to the show and, I am honored to say, to me personally.

    Soon after the workshop I received a call from a major film studio. Stephen had recommended me to them and they wanted to know if I might be interested in writing music for an animated feature. I was incredibly excited, said yes, and took the meeting.

    The creative executives with whom I met explained that the studio heads had always wanted to make an epic adventure, a classic animated film based on Kipling’s The White Seal. I have always loved animation (the early Disney films; Looney Tunes; everything Pixar makes) and I couldn’t believe that I might get a chance to work in that grand tradition on such great material.

    The White Seal is a beautiful story, classic Kipling, dark and rich and not at all condescending to kids. Best of all, Kipling begins his tale with the mother seal singing softly to her young pup. (The opening poem is called The Seal Lullaby).

    I was struck so deeply by those first beautiful words, and a simple, sweet Disney-esque song just came gushing out of me. I wrote it down as quickly as I could, had my wife record it while I accompanied her at the piano, and then dropped it off at the film studio.

    I didn’t hear anything from them for weeks and weeks, and I began to despair. Did they hate it? Was it too melodically complex? Did they even listen to it? Finally, I called them, begging to know the reason that they had rejected my tender little song. “Oh,” said the exec, “we decided to make Kung Fu Panda instead.”

    So I didn’t do anything with it, just sang it to my baby son every night to get him to go to sleep. (Success rate: less than 50%.) And a few years later the Towne Singers graciously commissioned this arrangement of it. I’m grateful to them for giving it a new life. And I’m especially grateful to Stephen Schwartz, to whom the piece is dedicated. His friendship and invaluable tutelage has meant more to me than I could ever tell him.

    Recreated and re-uploaded video because I found a better audio source (FLAC/Lossless) instead of MP3. The audio is also very quiet even at it's loudest so a significant 6 dB boost was added to the volume. I made sure there is no clipping, so there has been no degradation of quality.

    I also was having issues with Youtube miss identifying the artist as Seal, the UK pop singer. I opened a ticket with them and realized that they had already fixed the issue. So to prevent my account from getting a strike I removed the video and re-uploaded it. Sorry to everyone who had this video bookmarked.

    Video: 1080p, x264, const.18, High Profile
    Audio: AAC-LC, 512 Kbps

    Artist: Eric Whitacre
    Label: Decca

  • Unclouded Day arr. Shawn Kirchner


    The Lee University Summer Chamber Choir performing Unclouded Day arranged by Shawn Kirchner under the direction of Dr. Cameron LaBarr.

  • Unclouded Day - Shawn Kirchner - Te Deum Chamber Choir


    Unclouded Day - Shawn Kirchner
    from Heavenly Home: Three American Songs

    Te Deum Chamber Choir

    Matthew Christopher Shepard, conductor

    Live performance, November 16, 2015
    Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, Kansas City, MO

    1. Oh, they tell me of a home
    far beyond the skies,
    Oh, they tell me of a home far away;
    Oh, they tell me of a home where
    no storm clouds rise,
    Oh, they tell me of an unclouded day.

    Oh, the land of cloudless day,
    Oh, the land of an unclouded day,
    Oh, they tell me of a home
    where no storm clouds rise,
    Oh, they tell me of an unclouded day.

    2. Oh, they tell me of a home where
    my friends have gone,
    Oh, they tell me of that land far away,
    Where the tree of life in eternal bloom
    Sheds its fragrance through the unclouded day.

    3. Oh, they tell me of a King in His beauty there,
    And they tell me that mine eyes shall behold
    Where He sits on the throne that is whiter than snow,
    In the city that is made of gold.

    4. Oh, they tell me that He smiles
    on His children there,
    And His smile drives their sorrows all away;
    And they tell me that no tears ever come again
    In that lovely land of unclouded day.

    Sopranos: Rebecca Brinkley, Lucy Conklin, Katherine Dick, Julianna Fox, Suzanne Hatcher, Rachel Marschke, Meredith McFarland, Sydney Seratte, Stacy Van Hoecke

    Alto: Joanna M. Davis, Mariana Farah, Rachel Gilmore, Sara Goering, Josepha Haden, Jana Hutsler, Katie Kendle, Nanette Kraus, Ann Lewis, Natalie Parish

    Tenor: Tom Assel, Chris Gilmore, Alex Goering, Micah Horton,
    Jeff Howe, Eli Jones, Nathan Jones, Bram Wayman

    Bass: Eric Abney, Kyle Chamberlain, Jon Duncan, Paul Eltschinger, Nick Gillock, Josh Maize, Ryan Occeña, Ryan Oldham

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  • By The Time by MIKA


    ASD Chamber Singers sing the King Singer's arrangement of By The Time by MIKA.
    American School of Doha spring concert 2012.

  • A Festive Alleluia


    Mattawan Grand Chorus
    December 14, 2011

  • KPHS Chamber Singers - Animal Crackers Volume 2 by Eric Whitacre


    Animal Crackers Volume 2 by Eric Whitacre.

    I do not own this song.

  • KPHS Chamber Singers and Alumni - The Lord Bless You And Keep You


    I do not own this song.

    Song composed by John Rutter.

  • Starlight, Starbright - Arranged by Susan Brumfield


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    For treble voices, piano and cello, this simple adaptation of a children's song offers lessons of love, peace and beauty for us all. Written and recorded by Pete Seeger, this arrangement is dedicated to Henry Leck in celebration of his 30 years with the Indianapolis Children's Choir. A wonderful festival selection!

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  • The Concert Series - Season 1 - TAFELMUSIK


    TAFELMUSIK, the word is German and means “table music” or “music for the feast.” The name is apt because Tafelmusik has produced a feast of firsts and bests, and has won admiration throughout the musical world. Tafelmusik’s vision is to be an international centre of excellence in period performance for generations to come. To sustain this vision, Tafelmusik is now creating artists and audiences for the future through artist training and audience development activities. Tafelmusik’s mission is to engage audiences locally, provincially, nationally and internationally with historically informed live and recorded musical experiences on period instruments. Through its extensive national and international tours, its critically-acclaimed recordings and TV broadcasts, its new media initiatives and growing web of community and artistic partnerships, Tafelmusik is one of the most prolific orchestras in the world. Tafelmusik, Canada’s award-winning period instrument orchestra, was founded in 1979 and has long been renowned in North America and internationally for its distinct, exhilarating and soulful performances. Under the outstanding leadership of Music Director Jeanne Lamon, C.M., it has excelled equally in music ranging from the baroque and classical eras and beyond, including adventurous cross-cultural reinventions of baroque classics. In the words of Gramophone, Tafelmusik is “one of the world’s top baroque orchestras.” The Tafelmusik Chamber Choir, specializing in baroque performance practice and vocal technique, was formed in 1981 to complement the orchestra. Under the direction of Ivars Taurins, the choir has been praised for its clarity and brilliance and has been described as “the best period-performance choir anywhere in the world…” (The Globe and Mail).Tafelmusik performs 50 concerts each year in Toronto at Trinity-St. Paul’s Centre, a historic church in the Annex neighbourhood of Toronto, performs community outreach concerts, tours extensively in Canada and throughout the world, and has a discography of 76 CDs that have garnered many national and international awards. At the heart of Tafelmusik is a group of remarkably talented, enthusiastic and dynamic musicians, each of whom is a specialist in historical performance practice.

  • We Wish You a Merry Christmas


    Performance at the Choral Rhapsody Christmas event in Kamloops, December 13th, 2016

  • Rest - Christina Rossetti


    Glenelg Madrigal Sings (Chamber Choir) 2011 performing Rest by Christina Rossetti in the Glenelg High School Spring Concert.

    Madrigal Director: David Marsh
    Madrigals Coordinator: Mrs. Nancy Buckel

  • KPHS Combined Choirs & Alumni - The Lord Bless You and Keep You


    Kings Park Spring Concert 2013

  • Battle Hymn of the Republic, UCLA Choirs, Donald Neuen


    'Battle Hymn of the Republic' Arr. by Wilhousky (1902-1978)

    UCLA Chorale & University Chorus
    March 16, 2013; Schoenberg Hall

    Donald Neuen, conductor
    Mona Lands, piano

  • KPHS Concert Choir - Winters on the Wing


    Spring Concert 2013

  • KPHS Concert Choir - Didnt My Lord Deliver Daniel


    Kings Park Spring Concert 2013

  • Chambers Choir


    Kecoughtan High School Choirs - Spring 2010

  • EHS Chambers Choir 20140404


    EHS Chambers Choir at the Festival of Music, Washington D.C. April 4, 2014. First Place Renaissance - Superior Rating

  • Reflections on Civil War - Chamber Choir - arr. Parker - Johnny I Hardly Knew Ye


    NIU Chamber Choir performing Alice Parker's arrangement of Johnny I Hardly Knew Ye, as part of the special concert presentation Reflections on Civil War.

  • KPHS Park Swing - Shambala


    Shambala - Pops Concert February 2013

  • National Anthem by KPHS Madrigals


    They sang at Houston Rockets game at Toyota Center on 11/25/09

  • 2011 Fall Choir Concert KPHS


    WE ARE THE VANGUARD CHOIR!!! on the left are all the tenors which also includes me since i am a tenor but once again i won't tell you where i am!*evil laugh*Mwahahahaha!! and on the right side are all the basses/baritones

    oh and please ignore all the background noises like the guy who says go jordan when there isn't one and the faint sounds of my nephew,anyway this was really fun to do and i am very proud of it as are the rest of the choir groups
    1st song:Jolly Roger
    2nd song:Rain Music
    3rd song:We may not be vampires but we are Men

    i still can't believe that everyone ate up that last song which was pretty funny lol i hope you all enjoy our performance! :D

  • Shenandoah


    KPHS chamber singers '06 (or at least some of them) singing shenandoah. The begining sucks, but the rest is great.

  • If Ye Love Me - Eastern Kentucky University Chamber Singers


    Eastern Kentucky University's Chamber Singers performs If Ye Love Me by Thomas Tallis, under the direction of Richard Waters; February 15, 2012, First Baptist Church, Somerset, KY

  • Windsor Sr. Chamber Choir- Still Havent Found What Im Looking For - U2


    Final Concert 2012 Solos: Theresa Riley, Carson Turnbull, Alexia Molina, Nicky Walsh.

  • KPHS Mensemble - Find the Cost of Freedom


    Find the Cost of Freedom - Pops Concert February 2013

  • Non Nobis


    Performed by Apple Valley, CA GHHS Chamber Choir
    View there documentary here

  • Charlie Is my Darling


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    Charlie Is my Darling (arr. Sarah Rimkus) · Milford High School Chamber Singers

    Milford High School Choirs 2018 Preview Concert

    ℗ 2018 MFES Recordings

    Released on: 2018-04-12

    Composer Lyricist: Phil Cunningham
    Composer Lyricist: Mark Nicholas Hewerdine
    Arranger: Robert Burns
    Composer Lyricist: Ewen Vernal
    Composer Lyricist: John Mccusker
    Composer Lyricist: Ian Carr
    Composer Lyricist: Eddi Reader

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  • Three Kenyan Folksongs, #3 - Arranged by Stellah Mbugua & Richard Culpepper


    Three Kenyan Folksongs, 3. Woe Gakenge (Kikuyu Caai Ceremonial Song)
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    Authentic Kenyan folk music with insightful notes explaining origins and usage of the music. IPA and poetic pronunciation guides, rhythm instrument patterns and careful vocal ranges all help to break down barriers so your choirs can present an authentic and informed performance of this important world music.

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  • Hallelujah Chorus - Kings Park High School


    Beautiful version by the KPHS Combined Chorus

  • Stafford High School Chamber Singers - Johnny I Hardly Knew Ye


    Stafford High School Fall Concert
    October 17, 2018
    Joe Eveler, conductor

  • Two Native American Folk Songs - Birralee Singers


    Voices of Birralee - Children & Youth Choral Organisation - Brisbane, Australia -
    The Birralee Singers
    'Two Native American Folk Songs' by Barbara Sletto
    Voices of Birralee 10th Anniversary Concert

  • Kingwood Madrigal Singers


    EMRCLH Christmas Luncheon

  • Home ina dat rock


    Singing some good ole KPHS chambers music.



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