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How Can I Keep from Singing - Susquehanna Young Women's Chorale 2022
How Can I Keep from Singing by Gwyneth Walker Susquehanna Young Women's Chorale Mitchell Sensenig, Conductor Andrew Meade, Piano The Susquehanna Young Women's Chorale is comprised of singers in grades 9-12 from the Central Pennsylvania area.
Silent Night: a Susquehanna Chorale Tradition
The Susquehanna Chorale’s Candlelight Christmas concerts feature the velvet blend, ethereal tone, and expressivity that comprise the Chorale’s trademark sound. The concerts are enhanced by the beauty of the venues, the soft light of candles, and the community experience that only a live concert can provide. Visit us online at www.susquehannachorale.org
Experience the Magic of the Susquehanna Chorale
© 2018 Susquehanna Chorale Visit us online at www.SusquehannaChorale.org. ____________ Recordings of the Susquehanna Chorale were used by permission from: 'Come, thou fount of every blessing' (no. 4 of 'Four American Folk Hymns') arranged by Mack Wilberg © Oxford University Press Inc. 1998. Assigned to Oxford University Press 2010. Licensed by Oxford University Press. All rights reserved. If Music Be the Food of Love (36-20203) Music by David C. Dickau Copyright © 2001, 2013 Colla Voce Music, LLC http://www.collavoce.com/ USED BY PERMISSION The Ground, Ola Gjeilo Walton Music Corp., publisher Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star, arr. Daniel Elder GIA Publications, Inc., publisher
The Tender Land, Act II: Stomp your boot upon the floor
Provided to YouTube by NAXOS of America The Tender Land, Act II: Stomp your boot upon the floor · Mansfield University Concert Choir Changed My Name: Marking the 150th Anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation ℗ 2015 Mark Records Released on: 2015-09-11 Artist: Kyle Rusk Artist: Mitchell C. Sensenig Choir: Mansfield University Concert Choir Conductor: Peggy Dettwiler Composer: Aaron Copland Auto-generated by YouTube.
Born, Born in Bethlehem
"Born, Born in Bethlehem" by Douglas E. Wagner, sung by the Ephrata Church of the Brethren Vocal Ensemble. Soprano 1: April Hershey Soprano 2: Kaitlyn Tothero Alto: Emily Epler Tenor: Mitchell Sensenig Bass 1: Dean Sensenig Bass 2: Andrew Putt Recorded in rehearsal on Saturday Dec. 21, 2013.
Lay down your staffs, O shepherds arr. Franz Wasner
Recorded in rehearsal on 12/24/2014 by the "ECOB Vocal Ensemble" to be performed at the 10pm Christmas Eve Service at Ephrata Church of the Brethren. Soprano 1: April Hershey Sop 2/Alto 1: Kaitlyn Tothero Alto 2: Emily Epler Tenor: Mitchell Sensenig Bass 1: Dean Sensenig Bass 2: Andrew Putt
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