STILL

DaCapo’s debut CD STILL has received a tremendous amount of critical acclaim.

“ Everything about this recording is elegant – the program, the performances, the liner notes, the jacket” ~ Patricia Abbot, anacrusis, Fall 2004
Purchasing STILL
Click here to purchase online.

You can also order a CD by mailing a cheque for $20 (plus $3.50 shipping), payable to the DaCapo Chamber Choir.
DaCapo Chamber Choir
PO Box 40035
Waterloo Square PO
Waterloo, ON N2J 4V1

 

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

1. Silent Dawn – Timothy Corlis
2. En Une Seule Fleur from Les Chansons des Roses – Morten Lauridsen
3. The Sunne of Grace – Leonard Enns
Hand By Hand We Shule Us Take
Jesu, Swete Sone Dere
The Sunne of Grace
I Have Set My Hert So Hie
All Other Love is Like the Moone
In Excelsis Gloria
4. The Call – Jeff Enns
5. Benedictus from Missa Brevis – Ruth Watson Henderson
6. Consecration from Requiem for the Victims of Terrorism, op. 398 – Barrie Cabena
7. Ave Maris Stella – Trond Kverno
8. Svyati – John Tavener
9. Lux Aeterna – Edward Elgar
10. The Evening Primrose from Five Flower Songs, op. 47 – Benjamin Britten

Soloists
Lori Gemmell is the Principal Harpist of the Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony and
Orchestra London and a regular player with Le NEM, a
contemporary chamber group in Montreal.

Stephanie Kramer is the voice instructor at Conrad Grebel University College and a member of the Tactus Vocal Ensemble.

John Helmers is the Principle Cellist of the Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony and a member of the Canadian Chamber Ensemble.

Acknowledgements
Producer – Earl McCluskie, Chestnut Hall Music
Recording Engineer – Ed Marshall, Marshall Arts Productions
Editing and Mastering – Ed Marshall
Music Director, Conductor, and Liner Notes – Leonard Enns
Creative Direction – Sara Martin
Art Director/Graphic Design – Heather Lee

Recorded in The Chapel of St. Margaret and St. John, St John’s-Kilmarnock School, Breslau, Ontario.
This CD was recorded using 24-bit technology for high-definition sound.
The DaCapo Chamber Choir gratefully acknowledges the funding supportfor this recording from the following organizations:

Waterloo Regional Arts Fund
Conrad Grebel University College
Jim and Lorna Blair Foundation