Christmas Music: St. Olaf Choir Ensembles

Christmas Music: St. Olaf Choir Ensembles

Here’s a daily Christmas Music post featuring St. Olaf Choir Ensembles.

“Go Tell It On A Mountain” by St. Olaf Choir Ensembles  (2010) – 21 songs, 1 hr 7 min

“What Child Is This?” by St. Olaf Choir Ensembles (2010) – 20 songs, 1 hr 3 min

“Highlights from the St. Olaf Christmas Festival” by Mantitou Singers (2010) – 17 songs, 58 min

I hope you enjoy the music, and it gets you in the holiday spirit.

Photo credit: Amazon album cover

Christmas Music: The Choral Project

Christmas Music: The Choral Project

Here’s a daily Christmas Music post featuring The Choral Project.

“Yuletide” by The Choral Project (2010) – 15 songs, 43 min

“Winter” by The Choral Project (2006) – 16 songs, 1 hr 8 min

I hope you enjoy the music, and it gets you in the holiday spirit.

Photo credit: Amazon album cover

Christmas Music: Exultate

Christmas Music: Exultate

Here’s a daily Christmas Music post featuring Exultate.

“Coventry Carol” by Exultate (2009) – 21 songs, 1 hr 4 min

“All on a Christmas Morning” by Exultate (2009) – 19 songs, 1 hr 4 min

“A Ceremony of Carols” by Exultate (2009) – 22 songs, 53 min

I hope you enjoy the music, and it gets you in the holiday spirit.

Photo credit: Amazon album cover

Christmas Music: Seraphic Fire

Christmas Music: Seraphic Fire

Here’s a daily Christmas Music post featuring Seraphic Fire.

“Candlelight Chrous: Music for Chorus & Harp” by Seraphic Fire (2014) – 16 songs, 51 min

“Silent Night” by Seraphic Fire (2012) – 16 songs, 46 min

“Seraphic Fire Christmas” by Seraphic Fire (2012) – 17 songs, 43 min

I hope you enjoy the music, and it gets you in the holiday spirit.

Photo credit: Amazon album cover

Bill Douglas

Here’s some music by Bill Douglas so you can listen with Spotify.

If you like piano, bassoon, choral, or celtic music, you might like this. His uniquely orchestrated music mixes chorus, woodwinds and percussion with his own piano, synthesizers and bassoon.

Songs

These are some of his more popular songs.

“Deep Peace (Choral Version)” by Bill Douglas on “Deep Peace” (1996)

 

“Forest Hymn” by Bill Douglas on “Celtic Twilight 6” (2003)

 

“The Splendor Falls” by Bill Douglas on “Earth Prayer” (1999)

 

Albums

Here are the albums for the top 3 songs above.

“Deep Peace” by Bill Douglas (1996) – 13 songs, 54 min

 

“Celtic Twilight 6” by Bill Douglas (2003) – 12 songs, 52 min

 

“Earth Prayer” by Bill Douglas (1999) – 13 songs, 52 min

 

More Bill Douglas music …

Conspirare

Conspirare

Listen to wonderful choral music from Conspirare.

Conspirare is a vocal ensemble known for delivering uniquely beautiful and transformative musical experiences. Their name comes from Latin (“con” + “spirare”) which means “to breathe together”. They have been been nominated for six Grammys and recently won Best Choral Performance for Sacred Spirit of Russia at the 2015 Grammy Awards.

Their web site says: “Inspired by the power of music to change lives, Conspirare engages audiences in extraordinary musical experiences through world-class choral performances and recordings.” More information about them is available at their web site.

If you have never heard them before, listen to what you have been missing. See them perform if you get the chance. We enjoy attending their concerts here in Austin every year. They are simply fantastic!

Playlist

Here are some of their most popular songs.

Conspirare (Playlist) – 8 songs, 36 min

 

Listen to more music by Conspirer: albums, videos, and links …