American Classical Hymns

Showcase Catalog

Christoph Willibald Gluck

SYRACUSE (Clifton, Original Collection, 1819)—Alceste, Chorus: “Parez vos fronts”
Performed by the Elm Ensemble (February 2020; Dexter, MI)

GREECE (Clifton, Original Collection, 1819)—Iphigénie en Aulide, Chorus: “Que d’attraits”
Performed by the Elm Ensemble (November 2020; Recorded remotely in various US locales)

CYDNUS (Mason and Webb, Cantica Laudis, 1850)—Iphigénie en Aulide, Aria: “Adieu, conservez dans votre âme”
Performed by members of the Choir of St. Martin’s Ev. Lutheran Church (November 2020; Austin, TX)

 

Franz Joseph Haydn

BELCHERTOWN (Kingsley, Sacred Choir, 1838)—String Quartet in G minor, Op. 20, No. 3, III
Performed by the Mirandola Ensemble (August 2020; Minneapolis, MN)

BROUGHAM (Johnson, Osgood, and Hill, Bay State Collection, 1849)—The Seasons, Trio with Chorus: “Die düst’ren Wolken trennen sich”
Performed by the Elm Ensemble (October-November 2020; Recorded remotely in various US locales)

AMBROSE (Kingsely, Sacred Harmonist, 1850)—Mass in Bb, Hob. XXII:10, Dona Nobis
Performed by the University of Minnesota Chamber Singers (February 2018; Minneapolis, MN)

CHARLES (Kingsley, Sacred Harmonist, 1850)—“My mother bids me bind my hair,” Hob. XXVIa:27
Performed by members of the Ball State University Chamber Choir (October 2020; Muncie, IN)

ZEUNER (Kingsley, Templi Carmina, 1853)—Mass in Bb, Hob XXII:10, Benedictus
Performed by Coro da capo (December 2020 – January 2021; Recorded remotely in Philadelphia, PA, and environs)

 

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

AETOLIA (Clifton, Original Collection, 1819)—Idomeneo, Chorus: “Placido e il mar”
Performed by the Elm Ensemble (February 2020; Dexter, MI)

ARGOS (Clifton, Original Collection, 1819)—Die ZauberflöteMarsch der Priester
Performed by members of the Ball State University Chamber Choir (September 2020; Muncie, IN)

AMHERST (Gould, National Church Harmony 1832)—Don GiovanniIntroduzione (mm. 75f [“Non sperar”])
Performed by members of the Ball State University Chamber Choir (September 2020; Muncie, IN)

OPORTO (Comer, Boston Musical Institute’s Collection, 1840)—Nozze di Figaro, Aria: “Dove sono”
Performed by the University of Minnesota Chamber Singers (April 2020; Minneapolis, MN)

ONTARIO (Darley and Standbridge, Cantus Ecclesiae, 3rd ed., 1845)—”Ave verum corpus,” K. 618
Performed by the Sanctuary Choir of High Street United Methodist Church (October 2020; Muncie, IN)

OVA (Mason and Webb, Cantica Laudis, 1850)—“Die Zufriedenheit,” K. 349
Performed by Paul Damico-Carper (October 2020; Hastings, MN)

STOUGHTON (Kingsley, Templi Carmina, 1853)—Die Zuaberflöte, Act I Finale
Performed by members of the Parish Choir of St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church (November 2020; Recorded remotely in various locales in the US and Canada)

AURORA (Root, Sabbath Bell, 1856)—Don Giovanni, Aria: “Vedrai, carino”
Performed by members of the Choir of St. Martin’s Ev. Lutheran Church (November 2020; Austin, TX)

 

Ludwig van Beethoven

GANGES (Clifton, Original Collection, 1819)—Piano Sonata in Ab, Op. 26, I
Performed by the Elm Ensemble (November 2020; Recorded remotely in various US locales)

GORTON (Mason, Carmina Sacra, 1841)—Piano Sonata in F minor, Op. 57, II
Performed by Members of the Ball State University Chamber Choir (September 2020; Muncie, IN)

LYON No. 1 (Baker and Woodbury, Boston Musical Education Society’s Collection of Church Music, 4th ed., 1843)—“Urians Reise um die Welt,” Op. 52, No. 1
Performed by members of the Ball State University Chamber Choir (October 2020; Muncie, IN)

BONN (Ives, Mozart Collection, 1846)—Symphony No. 9 in D minor, IV
Performed by the Edina Community Lutheran Church Choir (November 2020; Edina, MN, and surroundings)

SIDWELL (Mason and Webb, Cantica Laudis, 1850)—Sextet in Eb, Op. 81b, II
Performed by Paul Damico-Carper (October 2020; Hastings, MN)

PHILADELPHIA (Kingsley, Templi Carmina, 1853)—Piano Sonata in C minor, Op. 13, II
Performed by the University of Minnesota Chamber Singers (February 2018; Minneapolis, MN)

PASTORIUS (Kingsley, Templi Carmina, 1853)—Symphony No. 6 in F, I
Performed by the University of Minnesota Chamber Singers (February 2018; Minneapolis, MN)

 

Franz Peter Schubert

AVLEN (Mason and Webb, Cantica Laudis, 1850)—”Totengräberweise,” D. 869
Performed by the Elm Ensemble (October-November 2020; Recorded remotely in various US locales)

 

Carl Maria von Weber

LOVE DIVINE (Kingsley, Harmonist, 1833)—“Lied der Hirtin,” Op. 71, No. 5
Performed by the Mosaic United Methodist Church Choir (September-October 2020; Oklahoma City, OK)

 

Vincenzo Bellini

BELLINI (Baker and Woodbury, Boston Musical Education Society’s Collection of Church Music, 4th ed., 1843)—Norma, Duet: “Deh! con te li prendi”
Performed by members of the Ball State University Chamber Choir (October 2020; Muncie, IN)

 

Felix Mendelssohn

LADE (Mason, Carmina Sacra, 1841)—“Auf ihrem Grab,” Op. 41, No. 4
Performed by the University of Minnesota Chamber Singers (April 2020; Minneapolis, MN)

LEIPSIC (Hill, New York Sacred Music Society’s Collection, 1843)—Psalm Psalm XXXI [written for C. D. Hackett, National Psalmist (London, 1839)]
Performed by the Elm Ensemble (November 2020; Recorded remotely in various US locales)

BARTHOLDY (Zundel, Choral Friend, 1852)—Organ Sonata in Bb, Op. 65, No. 4, II
Performed by Paul Damico-Carper (October 2020; Hastings, MN)

PSALM 31 (King, New York Grace Church Collection, 1852)—Lied ohne Worte, Op. 38, No. 3
Performed by the Mirandola Ensemble (August 2020; Minneapolis, MN)

HYMN 37 (King, New York Grace Church Collection, 1852)—Lied ohne Worte, Op. 30, No. 3
Performed by the Mirandola Ensemble (August 2020; Minneapolis, MN)

PSALM 50 (King, New York Grace Church Collection, 1852)—Lied ohne Worte, Op. 38, No. 6
Performed by the Mirandola Ensemble (August 2020; Minneapolis, MN)

PATOKA (Bradbury and Root, Shawm, 1853)—Three Motets, Op. 39, III, No. 2: “Tulerunt Dominum meum”
Performed by the Sanctuary Choir of High Street United Methodist Church (October 2020; Muncie, IN)

MELLEN (Kingsley, Templi Carmina, 1853)—Elijah, Aria: “O rest in the Lord”
Performed by members of the Ball State University Chamber Choir (October 2020; Muncie, IN)

 

Robert Schumann

EVNAL (Mason and Webb, Cantica Laudis, 1850)—”Hochländisches Wiegenlied,” Op. 25, No. 14
Performed by members of the Choir of St. Martin’s Ev. Lutheran Church (November 2020; Austin, TX)

 

Giuseppe Verdi

VERDI (Kingsley, Templi Carmina, 1853)—Nabucco, Overture
Performed by members of the Ball State University Chamber Choir (September 2020; Muncie, IN)

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