Shadowland

Our second recording, ShadowLand, has received the 2010 National Choral Recording Award from the Association of Canadian Choral Communities!

The recording features repertoire that is almost entirely Canadian, including Leonard Enns’ Juno-nominated Nocturne, Jeff Enns’ Moonset, Imant Raminsh’s O ignis spiritus, Murray Schafer’s The searching sings, and more.  The one non-Canadian work is audience-favourite, Eric Whitacre’s When David heard.

“DaCapo has … produced a musical gem; be sure to add this recording to your choral music wish list.” – International Choral Bulletin Critic’s Pick review, 2011, Vol. XXX, no. 1
Purchasing ShadowLand
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DaCapo Chamber Choir
PO Box 40035
Waterloo Square PO
Waterloo, ON N2J 4V1

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Reviews

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  • The Music Times

Track Listing
(click on the song title to listen to a portion of the piece)

1. I Saw Eternity – Leonard Enns
2. When David heard – Eric Whitacre
3. Moonset – Jeff Enns
4. Nocturne – Leonard Enns
5. The searching sings – R. Murray Schafer
6. This amazing day – Leonard Enns
7. O ignis spiritus – Imant Raminsh

Disc Length: 57:04

Acknowledgements
Recording Producer, Editing and Mastering – Earl McCluskie, Chestnut Hall Music
Recording Engineer – Ed Marshall, Marshall Arts Productions

Music Director, Conductor, and liner notes – Leonard Enns
Creative Direction and choir manager – Sara Martin
Art Direction and graphic design – Heather Lee (www.leedesigns.ca)

Recorded at the Church of St. John the Evangelist, Elora, ON.
The DaCapo Chamber Choir gratefully acknowledges the funding supportfor this recording from the following organizations:


Recording Support

Waterloo Regional Arts Fund
Conrad Grebel University College
Good Foundation Inc.

Ontario Arts Council

Commissioning Support

Region of Waterloo Arts Fund for The searching sings
Ontario Arts Council for Nocturne