Feminine Fusion

S5-39: Finding Our Voices, Part 2

Lorelei Ensemble

Lorelei Ensemble

“The only thing better than singing is more singing.”  – Ella Fitzgerald

The human voice has the power to move us in so many ways.  When many voices sing together, they create harmonies that are impossible alone.  And when a group of women’s voices join in song, the experience can be almost magical


“Finding Our Voices, Part 2”

Howard Hanson:  How Excellent Thy Name
Manitou Singers of St. Olaf’s College; Sigrid Johnson, director
“Repertoire for Women’s Voices, Vol. 3”
St. Olaf Records E2400

Leopold Heinrich von Herzogenberg:  6 Madchenlieder
ensemble cantissimo; Markus Utz, director
“Herzogenberg: Wie schön, hier zu verträumen”
Carus 83451

Katharine Blake: Undrentide
Mediaeval Baebes

Walther Von der Vogelweide:  Palastinaleid
Medieval Babes

Michael Torke:  Song of Ezekiel
Saint Mary’s College Women’s Choir; Nancy Menk, director
“Across the Bar: Music for Women’s Voices”
Pro Organo 7215

David Lang:  love fail (excerpts)
Lorelei Ensemble

Joan Szymko:  O Lux Beatissima
Saint Mary’s College Women’s Choir; Nancy Menk, director
“O Lux!”
Pro Organo 7283



Run time: 58:29

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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