9/11 Memorial & "Poetry in Music"

9-11-flag-100This all-choral edition of Carolina Live begins in High Point, NC, for a 9/11 Memorial Concert featuring Gabriel Fauré’s immortal D-minor Requiem and a contemporary work by Rene Clausen written in tribute to the victims. In the second half of the show, a "Poetry in Music" program from the 2011 Piccolo Spoleto Festival.
Listen to the entire program: 9/11 Memorial & "Poetry In Music"



Billboard and Introduction to Faure Requiem - Lauren Rico



GABRIEL FAURE: Requiem in D-minor
High Point Community Concert Association
High Point Community Chorus & Choral Society of Greensboro
Jonathan Brotherton, conductor



Introduction to Clausen's "Memorial" - Lauren Rico



RENE CLAUSEN: Memorial
High Point Community Concert Association
High Point Community Chorus & Choral Society of Greensboro
David Pegg, conductor



Introduction to Gawthrop's "In The Same Breath" - Lauren Rico



DANIEL E. GAWTHROP: "In The Same Breath" (words by Jane Griner)
Carolina Voices Festival Singers
Donna Hill, conductor



Introduction to Gray's "The Tyger" and "The Lamb" - Lauren Rico



JAMES KEVIN GRAY: "The Tyger" and "The Lamb" (text by William Blake)
Carolina Voices Festival Singers
Donna Hill, conductor



Introduction to McFerrin's Psalm - Lauren Rico



BOBBY MCFERRIN: Psalm 23
Carolina Voices Festival Singers
Donna Hill, conductor



Introduction to Brunner's "Simple Boat" - Lauren Rico



DAVID J. BRUNNER: "Simple Boat"
Carolina Voices Festival Singers
Donna Hill, conductor



Introduction to Clausen's "I Carry Your Heart With Me" - Lauren Rico



RENE CLAUSEN: "I Carry Your Heart With Me" (text by ee cummings)
Carolina Voices Festival Singers
Donna Hill, conductor



Introduction to Whitacre's "The Seal Lullaby" - Lauren Rico



ERIC WHITACRE: "The Seal Lullaby" (text by Rudyard Kipling)
Carolina Voices Festival Singers
Donna Hill, conductor



Introduction to Gray's "Beacon" & "Stars"  - Lauren Rico



JAMES KEVIN GRAY
"Stars" (text by Bryann Claypool)
"Beacon" (text by Stuart Schrader)

Carolina Voices Festival Singers
Donna Hill, conductor



Introduction to Whitacre's "Animal Crackers" - Lauren Rico



ERIC WHITACRE: "Animal Crackers" (text by Ogden Nash)
Carolina Voices Festival Singers
Donna Hill, conductor



End of show - Lauren Rico