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Seraphic Fire - Alvaro A. Bermudez (guitar); Alvaro A. Bermudez (charango); Derek Chester (tenor); Kathryn Mueller (soprano);...
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  1. Invocation (from "The Christian Harmony")
  2. Padre Nuestro, for chorus
  3. The Road from Hiroshima: A Requiem, for 2 voices, chorus, children's chorus & orchestra: Pie Jesu
  4. I Will Lift Mine Eyes, for chorus
  5. Notre Père (2 versions), for chorus; for male voices & organ, Op. 14
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  1. Invocation (from "The Christian Harmony")
  2. Padre Nuestro, for chorus
  3. The Road from Hiroshima: A Requiem, for 2 voices, chorus, children's chorus & orchestra: Pie Jesu
  4. I Will Lift Mine Eyes, for chorus
  5. Notre Père (2 versions), for chorus; for male voices & organ, Op. 14
  6. A este sol peregrino
  7. Hymnodic Delays, for soprano, countertenor, tenor & baritone: 1. Bright Hour Delayed
  8. Hymnodic Delays, for soprano, countertenor, tenor & baritone: 2. Broad Road
  9. Hymnodic Delays, for soprano, countertenor, tenor & baritone: 3. Swept Away
  10. Misa Criolla, for tenor, piano, chorus & orchestra
  11. Cachita, for string quartet & percussion
  12. El Cumbanchero
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This release from the Miami, Florida, area, self-released by the group that performs it, is of a sort that will be familiar to Americans living in metropolitan area with large Latino populations and probably quite fresh to others. It may not be totally clear from the graphics, but Seraphic Fire is a small choir; it is accompanied by guitar and percussion in the Misa Criolla of Argentine composer Ariel Ramirez and in the short A este sol peregrino by colonial Peruvian composer Tomás de Torrejón y Velasco. The former piece ...

Seraphic Fire 2013, Seraphic Fire Media

UPC: 614325761821

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