Feminine Fusion

S4-25: Sing! Part 2

MUSE, Cincinnati Women's Choir

MUSE, Cincinnati Women’s Choir

“Value your time and expertise.  If you want to do what you do to the best of your ability, you have to make time to do it well.  And unless you show the world that you value what you bring to the table, you can’t expect them to do it. Go for it!”  – Morna Edmundson


Women coming together to sing is a marvelous event.  This episode highlights music from all-female vocal ensembles, as well as soloists.


“Sing! Part 2”

Thorkell Sigurbjörnsson:  Til þín drottin hnatta og heima (To Thee Lord of Earth and Heaven)
Graduale Nobili; Jon Stefansson, conductor
“In Paradisum: Icelandic Music for Women’s Choir”
Icelandic Music Information Centre 512471

Keith Hamel:  Salem, 1692
Elektra Women’s Choir; Morna Edmundson, conductor
Centrediscs 6800

Lori Tennenhouse:  Iraqi Peace Song
“We Who Make Our Meaning Clear”
CD Baby

Bobby McFerrin:  The 23rd Psalm
“We Who Make Our Meaning Clear”
CD Baby

Francis Poulenc:  La courte paille (excerpts)
Hanna-Elisabeth Müller, soprano; Juliane Ruf, piano
“Reine de Coeur”
Pentatone 5186810

Maria Teresa Agnesi:  12 Arias for Soprano, Strings & Continuo (excerpts)i
Elena De Simone, mezzo-soprano
Ensemble Il Mosaico
“Maria Teresa Agnesi: Arie Con Istromenti”
Tactus 20101

David Lang:  evening morning day
The Crossing; Donald Nally, conductor
“I Want To Live: Contemporary Works for Women’s Choir”
Innova 856





Feminine Fusion highlights the roles of women in classical music.  Host Diane Jones brings you stories and music of the women who create, perform, and inspire.  Produced in the studios at WCNY-FM.


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