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50th Annual Christmas Concert
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Virginia Glee Club
Released 1991
Recorded 1990
Old Cabell Hall and St. Paul's Memorial Church,
Charlottesville, Virginia
Genre Classical music

50th Annual Christmas Concert, recorded December 7 and 8, 1990, is a 1991 cassette tape recording by the Virginia Glee Club. The recording, made during the 50th Annual Christmas Concert performances, was conducted by Michael Butterman and featured Yvaine Duisit, organ; Rachel Tsuchitani, violin; Dana Polson, violin; and Arpad Lazar, cello.

The recording also features three songs by the Virginia Gentlemen, directed by Todd Stone.

Track listingEdit

  1. Processional Motet and Conductus: Alle, Psallite Cum Luya (anonymous, 13th c.)/Ave, Virgo Virginum (anonymous, 13th c.)
  2. Ave Maria (plainchant, mode I) (Liber Usualis, p. 1861)
  3. Ave Maria (Jacob Arcadelt, c. 1504-1568)
  4. Excerpts from Symphoniae Sacrae I (Heinrich Schütz, 1585-1672)
  5. In Dulci Jubilo (Dietrich Buxtehude, 1637-1707)
  6. Ave Maris Stella (Franz Liszt, 1811-1883)
    • Christus ist Geboren
    • Pater Noster
  7. Nunc Dimittis (Alexander Gretchaninoff, 1864-1956)
  8. Three Carols (Halsey Stevens (b. 1908)
    • What Sweeter Music
    • As I Out Rode This Enderes Night
    • All this Night Shrill Chanticleer
  9. Gloria (William Mathias, b. 1934)
  10. Selections by the Virginia Gentlemen, Todd Stone, Director
    • Deck the Halls (arr. Gordon Langford)
    • The Christmas Song (arr. Peter Knight)
    • The Twelve Days of Christmas (not so traditional)
  11. Two Folk Carols
    • As Lately We Watched (Austrian carol) (Todd Stone, tenor; Daniel Weigand, baritone)
    • Jesus, Jesus Rest Your Head (Appalachian carol, arr. K.J. Dinham)
  12. Ave Maria (Franz Biebl)
  13. Stille Nacht (Franz Gruber, arr. D. G. Loach)

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