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N.C.Y.C. - One Lord Many Traditions 2010 - CD

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National Catholic Youth Choir CD 1. Unus Dominus, Gregorian Chant, Benedictine Tradition 2. Largo and Allegro, Henry Eccles, from the Sonata in G minor for cello; Soloist: Morgan Semerad 3. The King Shall Come when Morning Dawns, Mathew Phelps, from Protestant America 4. Lobe den Herren (Praise to the Lord), Hugo Distler, from Lutheran Germany 5. Prayer to Jesus, George Oldroyd, from the Church of England 6. We are People of God’s Peace, from the Mennonite Tradition 7. Clothed in Christ, Roman Catholic; Soloists: Brianna Granby, Christopher Larsen 8. In ilhuicac cihuapille, Don Hernando Franco, Catholic Missionaries in Latin America; Soloist: Susanna Kimbell 9. Remember Your Servants, Lord, Richard Proulx, Eastern Orthodox Tradition 10. Ego sum Panis Vivus , G.P. da Palestrina, Roman Catholic Renaissance 11. King of Glory, King of Peace, J.S. Bach, from Lutheran Germany 12. A Canticle of Creation, Roman Catholic 13. Bist du bei mir, J.S. Bach; Soloist: Alex Bittles 14. Jesu Bambino, Pietro Yon; Soloist: Shea Henderson 15. Let the Bright Seraphim , G.F. Handel; Soloist: Ashley Valentine 16. A Mighty Fortress, from Martin Luther, father of the Protestant Reformation 17. Herr, Ich habe Lieb, Christian G. Geisler, from the Moravian Brethren 18. Hashkiveinu , Stephen Richards, from Jewish synagogue service; Soloist: Jamie Reynolds 19. Jesus, Lead the Way, Richard Proulx, from the Moravian Brethren and a Catholic arranger 20. Praise His Holy Name!, Keith Hampton, from the American Evangelical tradition 21. Holy God, We Praise Thy Name, NCYC theme song from Catholic Vienna

Dr. Axel Theimer, conductor Fr. Anthony Ruff, OSB, founding director Chris Angel, accompanist

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