In Sure and Certain Hope

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During the Civil Rights Movement, many leaders inspired and guided the US through a time of great political and social struggle. We honor them by celebrating their lives and achievements through song.

Today, spirituals and tone poems focus on reflecting peace as well as the human condition: despair, hope and exultation. We celebrate the life of Martin Luther King, Jr., church leaders and others with this edition of the Choral Mix.

Playlist

Traditional/Chanticleer How Sweet The Sound/Chanticleer with Bishop Yvette A Flunder, Joseph Jennings, Piano
My Soul is a Witness

Whitacre/Whitacre Choral Music/Elora Festival Singers, Noel Edison
When David Heard   

arr. Harris/What a Mighty God/VocalEssense Ensemble Singers and Chorus, Philiip Brunelle
   Go Down Moses   


arr. Adleman/What a Mighty God/VocalEssense Ensemble Singers and Chorus, Philiip Brunelle
   Swing Low, Sweet Chariot   

Clausen/Eternal Rest/Phoenix Bach Choir and Kansas City Chorale, Charles Bruffy
   In Pace   

King/Organ and Choral Music of Larry King/Trinity Church Wall Street, Larry King and James Simmes, principal conductor
       The Prophet   

Gregorio/Christmas at St. Olaf 2008, My Spirit Sing of Wondrous Things/St. Olaf College Choir, Anton Armstrong
          Dona Nobis Pacem   

Traditional/Cool of the Day/Choir of St. Ignatius Loyola, Kent Tritle
   Ain’a That a Good News   

Dawson/Cool of the Day/Choir of St. Ignatius Loyola, Kent Tritle
   Soon ah will be done