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The St. Olaf Lutheran Choir, Dr. Olaf C. Christiansen - The St. Olaf Lutheran Choir mp3 download Performer: The St. Olaf Lutheran Choir
Album: The St. Olaf Lutheran Choir
Released: 1961
Style: Religious, Choral
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The Birth, Life, Death And Resurrection Of Christ (Part II). B1. Let All The Peoples Praise The Lord. Composed By – Dressler.

The St. Olaf Choir is a premier a cappella choir based in Northfield, Minnesota. Founded in 1912 by Norwegian immigrant F. Melius Christiansen, the choir has been influential to other church and college choirs for its performance of unaccompanied sacred music. Conducted since 1990 by Anton Armstrong, there have been four conductors in the choir's 107 year history. Olaf student who directed the singing at Sunday services graduated from college in 1907 and a new director had to be found. The unanimous choice of the choir members was Professor Christiansen and when he was interviewed he gladly accepted. Inasmuch as the choir was now largely composed of students from the college, its name was changed to The St. Olaf Lutheran Choir. Concerts on that first tour were in the nature of a song service. It was difficult for Dr. Christiansen and the choir to refrain from laughing, but somehow we managed to get along. Again the choir sang loud, this time the last number before intermission, and when we finished, the goats, that had now come all the way down were gathered just outside the window which we had removed, gave a veritable concert of their own.

Founded in 1912, the St. Olaf Choir, with 75 mixed voices, is the pioneer a cappella choir in the United States  .

Olaf C. Christiansen (1901 – 1984) was an American composer, professor, and conductor in the Lutheran choral tradition. He succeeded his father as the second conductor of the St. Olaf Choir, which he led for 27 years. The second son of famed choral conductor F. Melius Christiansen, Olaf grew up in Northfield, Minnesota where he was actively engaged in both athletics and music. While in high school, Olaf played with the St. Olaf Band

Christiansen had never heard of St. Olaf, but he went into the city to meet the president. NEW YORK concertgoers moved slowly through the foyer of the Metropolitan Opera House after an evening of music by the St. Olaf Choir. The gay chatter of an after-concert crowd filled the air as people stepped out into the snow of the February night and into their waiting cars.

Cantate Domino - Heinrich Schutz. 2. O Magnum Mysterium - Tomas Luis de Victoria. 3. Die mit Tranan Saen - Johann Hermann Schein. 4. Sing Ye to the Lord - . 5. As a Flower of the Field - Paul J. Christiansen. 6. Hope in the Lord - Olaf C. 7. Lo, How a Rose - Hugo Distler. 8. Sing Nowell, Sing Gloria! - - Olaf C. 9. Hodie Cristus Natus Est - Giovanni de Palestrina

The St. Olaf Choir, a 75 voice mixed ensemble, is the touring a cappella choir of St. Olaf College, Northfield, Minnesota. Officially founded in 1912 by music faculty member F. Melius Christiansen as the St. Olaf Lutheran Choir, it began as an outgrowth of the local St. John's Lutheran Church, where Christiansen was organist. The choir was composed at least partly of students from the nearby St. Olaf campus. Olaf Choir F. Melius Christiansen. Sing for Joy. St.

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Twentieth Century Psalms And Hymns (Part I)
A1 Psalm 134
Composed By – Norman Lockwood*
1:25
A2 The Eyes Of All Wait Upon Thee
Composed By – Jean Berger
2:25
A3 Psalm 23
Composed By – Georg Schumann
3:25
A4 Psalm 98
Composed By – Hugo Distler
2:58
A5 Jubilate Deo
Composed By – Bernhard Lewkovitch
2:53
A6 Song Of Peace
Composed By – O.C. Christiansen*
2:00
A7 O Day Full Of Grace
Composed By – Weyse*
3:48
The Birth, Life, Death And Resurrection Of Christ (Part II)
B1 Let All The Peoples Praise The Lord
Composed By – Dressler*
2:15
B2 A Star Shall Rise
Composed By – Jacobus Gallus
1:35
B3 Hodie Christus Natus Est
Composed By – G.P. Palestrina*
2:08
B4 Lord, If I But Thee May Have
Composed By – Heinrich Schütz
3:10
B5 Surely He Hath Borne Our Griefs
Composed By – Karl Graun*
3:29
B6 Christ Jesus Lay In Death's Strong Bands
Composed By – Wittenberg*
1:30
B7 If By His Spirit, From Jesus Priceless Treasure
Composed By – J.S. Bach*
3:25
B8 Resurrection
Composed By – Jacobus Gallus
1:43

Credits

  • Choir – The St. Olaf Lutheran Choir*
  • Conductor – Dr. Olaf C. Christiansen*
  • Recording Supervisor – David Carroll

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Runout): MG 20636A MS1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Runout): MG 20636B M2