American Canticle Cd
Nationally acclaimed Cathedral of St Philip Choir and Schola production featuring a selection of American Composers.
Into the House and Gate of Heaven Cd of St. Philip's Choir
Produced by the Cathedral of St Philip Choir and Schola in February of 2014, this CD consists of anthems which dwell on the joy and peace that is promised to God’s children for all of eternity.
Romantic To Modern: 100 Years of Organ Music From France And Germany
Jack Mitchener surveys the evolution of Romanticism in organ music, ca. 1840-1940, starting with Mendelssohn's first organ sonata and ending with the modernism expressed by Jehan Alain's Litanies.
Cd: Radiant Dawn by the Elora Singers
Music for Advent and Christmas - A Christmas recording from The Elora Singers! The Elora Singers beautiful Christmas CD includes traditional and contemporary arrangements with other performers.
Organ Music For Two Vol 5 by Raymond & Elizabeth Chenault
Recorded at the Cathedral of St. Philip in Atlanta, GA, this is the fifth volume of organ music from America's celebrated duo organists, Elizabeth and Raymond Chenault.
Christmas Through the Years by Valerie Waters
Listen to music here https://www.valeriewaterspiano.com/music.
Veni Sancte Spiritus
From the publisher: In the tradition of Taizé, this recording includes music that is prayerful and accessible to all people with solo verses in 18 languages!
The very first recording of the three-movement Concerto in G minor for solo organ by Graun (contemporary of C.P.E. Bach) on the largest existing pipe organ built by America’s first organ builder, David Tannenberg (1728-1804).
Laudate Omnes Gentes
Uniting beauty and simplicity,Laudate Omnes Gentescomes from the heart of the Taizé Community as it brings together well-known songs by Jacques Berthier and more recent songs composed by brothers of the Community.
Chanting For Peace : Praying With the Earth
"The chanting is sung by Suzanne Butler with her Irish accent and is so beautiful it touches something deep within me. I use these chants in stilling myself for meditation and prayer." -- A Listener