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Spring-1993

Spring 1993 concert poster

The 1993 Spring Concert of the Virginia Glee Club, John Liepold, conductor, was held on March 27, 1993 in Old Cabell Hall as part of the Glee Club 1992-1993 season. The concert, with the University of Georgia Women's Glee Club as guests, featured the premiere of the Glee Club's commissioned work in honor of Thomas Jefferson's 250th birthday, Neely Bruce's Young T.J. Other works on the program included works by Gabrieli, Josquin des Prez, and William Billings, and a performance of Randall Thompson's The Testament of Freedom.

ProgramEdit

I Edit

Virginia Glee Club, University of Georgia Women's Glee Club, Virginia Glee Club Chamber Orchestra Brass

II Edit

University of Georgia Women's Glee Club, Joan Clark, director

III Edit

Virginia Glee Club

IV Edit

  • Young T.J. (Neely Bruce)
    • Be wise today
    • What stronger Breastplate
    • Let there be Music
    • This vast and solid earth
    • How vainly would dull Moralists
    • Look round, how Providence
    • Music has Charms
    • Sweet are the jasmine's breathing flow'rs
    • These shall I slight?
    • Sun of the soul

Virginia Glee Club

Virginia Glee Club/Virginia Glee Club Chamber Orchestra

Virginia Glee Club/University of Georgia Women's Glee Club/Virginia Glee Club Chamber Orchestra

GalleryEdit

Program courtesy of the collection of Jeff Slutzky.

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