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RICH AND ROMANTIC: Mass and Motets by Kodaly, Mendelssohn, Bruckner, Brahms, and Vaughan Williams.
For the Spring Masterworks the Chorale is singing as the major work Kodaly Missa Brevis for choir, organ, soprano, alto, tenor and baritone soloists. Other works include a significant motet by Vaughan Williams—Lord, Thou Hast Been Our Refuge, for solo quartet, acapella chorus and organ and the famous acapella motet Christus Factus Est by Anton Bruckner. Lighter works included are three choral settings of secular poems by Brahms: There Goes a Sighing Through the Wood, The Falcon, and Forest Night. The one hour concert begins with excerpts from Elijah by Felix Mendelssohn: Lord, Our Creator, Lift Thine Eyes, He, Watching Over Israel, and He That Shall Endure To the End.
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The Tyler Civic Chorale continues its tradition of following the model of liturgy, carols and scripture readings created at King's College, Cambridge. Please join us for this lovely evening of music. There is no admission charge.
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The meaning of this intriguing title will be revealed by Mr. Ford as the Tyler Civic Chorale presents a wide variety of choral literature including favorites such as the Beethoven Hallelujah from the Mount of Olives, Mozart's Ave Verum Corpus, and American folk tunes Shenandoah and Beautiful Dreamer.
Leave your worries behind and let the Tyler Civic Chorale transport you to the musical landscape of the last century, when radio was king and composers ruled the top charts.
This year marks the tenth anniversary of Tyler Civic Chorale’s Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols, a beloved Christmas tradition in the Tyler community.
Once again, the Tyler Civic Chorale partners with Fine Arts @ First Presbyterian Church to bring the holiday spirit to life at this festive, family-friendly holiday concert.
The music of Bach, Brahms, and Beethoven have long captivated choral and orchestral audiences—the wonderment of Bach, the studied craftsmanship of Brahms, and the furious mythos of Beethoven all equally transport us.