In one movement. Commissioned by BBC Radio 3. Premiered in London, August 2012 by the BBC Singers, Eric Whitacre Singers, ensemblebash, and pianist Christopher Glynn. Inspired by the Olympic motto, this work includes text in English and Latin. Duration ca. 5 minutes. Custom print edition.
A collection of choral music by Whitacre, as they appeared on the CD Water Night. Contents: Alleluia -- Oculi omnium -- Her sacred spirit soars -- Water Night -- When David heard -- Sleep my child. With program and biographical notes.
…[Terry, David] -- Holy Is The True Light [Harris, William] -- I heard a voice [Roberts, Jeremy Dale] -- In My Dreams [Mealor, Paul] -- Nox aurumque [Whitacre, Eric] -- Requiem aeternam (Nimrod) [Elgar, Edward, arr. Hill, David] -- They Are At Rest [Elgar, Edward] -- We Remember Them [O’Regan, Tarik]…
Klaus-Jürgen Etzold conducts the Junges Vokalensemble Hannover.
The King's Singers perform a program of contemporary choral music. With the Concordia Choir. Includes world premiere recordings.
Cappella SF performs music by Britten, Whitacre, Conte, Sixten, Bohlin, Nordqvist, Rutter, and Praetorius.
Commissioned by Pat Whitacre in loving memory of Gene (Whit) Whitacre for the Dale Warland Singers. This is one of Paulus's Three Nativity Carols. The music sets a traditional text.
Commissioned by Pat Whitacre in loving memory of Gene (Whit) Whitacre for the Dale Warland Singers. This is one of Paulus's Three Nativity Carols. The music sets an anonymous 15th century text.
The John Alexander Singers perform music by Warland, Lauridsen, Whitacre, Dello Joio, Muehleisen, Orfe, Gregorio, and Rickleton.
The Maulbronn Chamber Choir performs music by Pearsall, Schumann, Cornelius, Mäntyjärvi, Rutter, Tavener, Whitacre, Hill, Stark, Buchenberg, and Sandström.
The Youngstown State University Symphonic Wind Ensemble performs music by Scott Lindroth, Saint-Saens, Eric Whitacre, Michael Colgrass, Shostakovich, and Sousa.
The Antioch Chamber Ensemble performs choral music by Eric Whitacre, Jonathan Dove, Morten Lauridsen, and Jean Belmont-Ford.
Composers: Cindy McTee, Dwayne Milburn, Eric Whitacre, Kenneth Hesketh, Michael Torke, Philip Sparke, Samuel R. Hazo, Steven Bryant, Walter Piston.
The Choir of Merton College, Oxford performs music by Gabriel Jackson, Gombert, Weelkes, Whitacre, Palestrina, Holst, Lukaszewski, and Copland.
Smoke & Mirrors performs the music of Steve Reich, Lou Harrison, Eric Whitacre, Derek Tywoniuk, Toru Takemitsu, and Maurice Ravel.
3 Percussion parts and 1 Piano for Higher, Faster, Stronger by Eric Whitacre, Commissioned by BBC Radio 3. Print on demand, 2-4 weeks.
This disc includes music by Tobias Forster, Ola Gjeilo, Gregor Huebner, Paul Mealor, Vytautas Miskinis, Ugis Praulins, Alwin Michael Schronen, Alexander S. Vujic, and Eric Whitacre.
The Florida Gulf Coast University Wind Orchestra plays music by John Adams, Paul Creston, Shelley Hanson, John Mackey, Alfred Reed, Eric Whitacre, and others.
Schola Cantorum Reykjavicensis performs music by contemporary composers such as Eriks Esenvalds, Morten Lauridsen, James MacMillan, Arvo Pärt, Anna Thorvaldsdottir, Eric Whitacre, and others.
Timothy Seelig leads this male chorus in performances of works by Rutter, Lauridsen, Whitacre, Schubert, Morricone, Brahms, Paulus, Janacek and others.