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Heaven Full of Stars - Elizabeth Limb (soprano); Harriet Gritton (soprano); Jocelyn Somerville (soprano); Martin Ford (organ);...
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  1. Stars, for chorus & water glasses
  2. Seek Him that Maketh the Seven Stars (Psalm 139), for chorus & organ
  3. O salutaris Hostia, for 2 sopranos & chorus
  4. Viri Galilaei, for chorus & organ
  5. Ave Maria, for chorus & organ
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  1. Stars, for chorus & water glasses
  2. Seek Him that Maketh the Seven Stars (Psalm 139), for chorus & organ
  3. O salutaris Hostia, for 2 sopranos & chorus
  4. Viri Galilaei, for chorus & organ
  5. Ave Maria, for chorus & organ
  6. Aurea luce, for chorus & organ
  7. O Crux Ave, for mixed chorus
  8. Deus est Caritas, for chorus & organ
  9. Christ is the Morning Star, for chorus & organ
  10. For the Beauty of the Earth, for chorus & orchestra
  11. Ave Maris Stella, for chorus
  12. Two Human Hymns, for chorus & organ: No. 2. Like to the falling of a star
  13. Lux aurumque, for chorus (also for wind ensemble)
  14. Creator of the Stars of Night, for chorus & organ
  15. Salisbury Motets (4), for chorus & organ
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To hear the choir members tell it, the Vasari Singers hit on the idea for this 40th-anniversary celebration album came more or less spontaneously, as they realized that they had often sung pieces about stars or the celestial realm. It's not surprising that a choir oriented toward British sacred music would have an album's worth of such music in their repertory, but the concept is nicely executed here. To hear the Vasari Singers' mastery of small-group textures, try their strikingly well-controlled reading of Eric Whitacre's ...

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