Mother, Mary

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Sunday, July 28, 2013

The Sixteen. The Sixteen. (©MolinaVisuals)

Join host Anthony Trecek King in celebrating, contemplating and just plain appreciating the calming presence of mothers around the globe.

Program details:

Johannes Brahms: Ave Maria
Boston Children's Chorus.

Queen (Arr. Veritones): Bohemian Rhapsody
Harvard-Radcliffe Veritones.

Sergei Rachmaninoff: Ave Maria
Gloucester Cathedral Choir; Andrew Nethsingha, conductor.

William Cornysh: Ave Maria Mater Dei
The Sixteen; Harry Christophers, conductor.

Benjamin Britten: A Hymn to the Virgin
The Sixteen; Harry Christophers, conductor.

Conrad Susa: A la Nanita Nana
Philovox; Jennifer Lane, director.

Edvard Grieg: Ave Maris Stella
The Sixteen; Harry Christophers, conductor.

Felix Mendelssohn: Ave Maria
The Sixteen; Harry Christophers, conductor.

Veljo Tormis: O, my gentle tender mother from "Three Songs on the epic, Kalev's Son"
Holst Singers; Steven Layton, director.

Veljo Tormis: Estonian lullabies
Holst Singers; Steven Layton, director.

Lee Hoiby: Last Letter Home
Andrew Garland, baritone; Lee Hoiby, piano.

Maurice Ravel (Arr. Laurence Equilbey): Sleeping Beauty Pavane from Mother Goose
Accentus; Laurence Equilbey, conductor.

Gustav Holst: Ave Maria
Adolf Fredriks Girls' Choir; Bo Johansson, conductor.

Johannes Brahms - How Lovely is thy Dwelling Place from A German Requiem
Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and Chorus, Robert Shaw, cond.

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