You can purchase a copy of O Holy Night at any VAE concert.
Alice Parker/Robert Shaw, arr. – O come, O come, Emmanuel
Richard Dering – Quem vidistis pastores?
David Willcocks, arr. – Quelle est cette odeur agreable?
Robert Young – There is no rose of such virtue
Herbert Howells – A spotless rose
Eugene Butler, arr. – Good people all, this Christmastime (Wexford Carol)
René Clausen – Love came down at Christmas
John Gardner – Tomorrow shall be my dancing day
Francis Poulenc – O magnum mysterium
Scheidt/David Willcocks arr. – A child is born in Bethlehem
Donald McCullough, arr. – What child is this?
Victoria Glaser, arr. – He is sleeping in a manger
Donald McCullough, arr. – Angels we have heard on high
Paul Sjolund, arr. – Away in a manger
Eleanor Daley – Balulalow
Edwin Fissinger, arr. – He is born on this holy night
Bob Chilcott, arr. – Lulajze, Jezuniu
Jackson Berkey – Still, still night
Rutland Boughton, arr. – The holly and the ivy
Stephen Caracciola, arr. – Sans Day Carol (Now the holly bears a berry)
Ralph Vaughan Williams, arr. – Wassail Song
Stephen Paulus, arr. – Ding dong! Merrily on high
Michael Meyer, arr. – O Holy Night
Howard Helvey, arr. – Fum, fum, fum
Felix Bernard/Paul Ayres, arr. – Winter Wonderland
My Spirit Sang All Day
You can purchase a copy of My Spirit Sang All Day at any VAE concert.
Rodney Wynkoop, conductor
Jane Lynch, accompanist
Rebecca Troxler, flute
Gerald Finzi – My Spirit Sang All Day
John Rutter – Musica Dei donum
John Rutter – Hymn to the Creator of Light
Dan Locklair – Create in Me a Clean Heart
Dan Locklair – Pater noster
Howard Hanson – A Prayer of the Middle Ages
René Clausen – Ubi Caritas
Egil Hovland – How Long, O Lord?
Edwin Fissinger – By the Waters of Babylon
Donald McCullough – Is Not a Flower a Mystery?
Zoltán Kodály – Too Late
Samuel Barber – Agnus Dei
Sven Lekberg – Let All the World in Every Corner Sing
"This chorus under this conductor knows how to sing from a whisper to overwhelming intensity, how to shape a phrase, how to build to a climax, how to sing so well pitched that they take the audience into realms of possibility beyond the ordinary. The concert was simply choral music at its best sung as it should be sung: artfully, precisely, meaningfully."
– Ken Hoover, CVNC
“The VAE chorus of thirty-four was perfect… the ensemble was light and nimble enough for busy, complex contrapuntal passages, yet there was enough power in reserve to turn up the amp to eleven when needed.”
– Jeff Rossman, CVNC