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Music at its finest: Gloriae Dei Cantores


Sunday Kris and I attended the Gloriae Dei Cantores [Unto Ages of Ages: Sacred Choral Music of Sviridov, Rachmaninoff and Tchaikovskyconcert at St. Andrews Greek Orthodox Church in Evanston. (Touring schedule.)  
A capella. I told Kris the choir had to be held back or they could have blown the windows out of the church; gloriously rich music, and I’m not a specialist by any means.
Gloriae Dei Cantores is the choral group from the Community of Jesus, which is also the group out of which Paraclete Press grew and who published my books on Jesus Creed (and others).
Who has heard Gloriae Dei Cantores?
By the way, you can listen to samples on the website through the links above.
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Scott Eaton

posted October 13, 2009 at 1:14 am

I had never heard of them before but after sampling from their website I am going to order a recording and look for their next tour to Chicago. Glorious indeed! I say this as a bit of a “specialist” (B.A. in Music w/emphasis in Choral Conducting and Voice).
Thanks for the tip, Scot.

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posted October 13, 2009 at 3:22 am

Me too. I never heard of them before. But I am really intrigues with them so I will try to search their songs and listen to it and judge them myself!

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