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Eric Whitacre Complete A Cappella Works
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Eric Whitacre Complete A Cappella Works

Voicing/Format Accessory
Desc Arsiscd147
Composer Byu Singers
Publisher Tantara Records/Byu Music Group
Catalog # 77923

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Eric Whitacre Complete A Cappella Works Composed by Byu Singers. For Accessory. Published by Tantara Records/Byu Music Group. (Catalog # 77923, UPC: 600313014727)

BYU Singers have enjoyed performing Eric Whitacre s compositions every year since 1996. The choir and composer have a close friendship, and Eric Whitacre has traveled to Provo several times to work with the choir on his pieces. He asked Dr. Staheli to record this CD of his choral a cappella works in 2002. It was a wonderful experience, and we are proud to offer this CD. It has received rave reviews since its release in December 2002.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
CLOUDBURST WHITACRE, ERIC  
GO LOVELY ROSE WHITACRE, ERIC  
HOPE FAITH LIFE LOVE WHITACRE, ERIC  
I HIDE MYSELF WHITACRE, ERIC  
I THANK YOU GOD FOR MOST THIS AMAZING DA WHITACRE, ERIC  
I WILL WADE OUT WHITACRE, ERIC  
LEONARDO DREAMS OF HIS FLYING MACHINE WHITACRE, ERIC  
LUX AURUMQUE WHITACRE, ERIC  
SLEEP WHITACRE, ERIC  
THREE FLOWER SONGS WHITACRE, ERIC  
THREE SONGS OF FAITH WHITACRE, ERIC  
WATER NIGHT WHITACRE, ERIC  
WHEN DAVID HEARD WHITACRE, ERIC  
WITH A LILY IN YOUR HAND WHITACRE, ERIC  

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