Bach: So gehst du non BWV 500
Netherlands Bach Society: Charles Daniels, tenor; Mieneke van der Velden, viola da gamba; Fred Jacobs, theorbo; Menno van Delft, organ

Thomas Tallis: A New Commandment
Georgia Boy Choir; David R. White, Artistic Director and Conductor

Paul Meleor: The Beatitudes
Sofia Vokalensemble; Susan Radif, Soloist

14. July 2019 · 2 comments · Categories: Losses

Just yesterday I was looking up Robert Orth because I ran across this video of him singing Heggie’s “Grow Old Along With Me” and today I read that he has died. I know nothing more than that at this point. But what a sad loss.

Robert performed “A Water Bird Talk” by Dominick Argento with San Jose Chamber Orchestra some years back and it was wonderful. I also heard him with San Francisco Opera, in Moby Dick.

When I had looked him up I ran across his very hysterical bio that he has somewhat hidden on his site. It’s a fun and entertaining read!

Gabriel Fauré: Pie Jesu

I always enjoy seeing a new Keve Wilson YouTube video! Even more, I enjoy listening. Brava, Keve, and bravi tutti to you all!

Keve Wilson and The Tesla Quartet perform Bernhard Crusell’s Divertimento in Greenville, S.C. as part of the Chamber Music Society of the Carolinas. Inessa Zaretsky, Artistic Director

Bach: Alles was Odem hat
Calmus Ensemble

Olivier Messiaen: O sacrum convivium
SWR Vokalensemble; Marcus Creed, Conductor

I was delighted to hear that Ryan Zwahlen won the second oboe position with Santa Cruz Symphony. Congratulations to him and to the orchestra as well!

Max Reger: Nachtlied

Evening song
The night has fallen,
And we should rest;
God is there, to care for us
By his good will,
So that we settle
In his company and blessing,
To maintain the peace.

Father, drive the evil spirits
Far away from us;
Keep the night watch;
Be our protector;
Shield both body and soul
Under your wings;
Send us your angels!

Let us go to sleep
With good thoughts,
Happily awaken
And never waver from you;
Let us, with rearing,
Focus our deeds and words
On your glory!