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December 2007

For 80 years the small Lutheran Evangelical school out-on-the-Prairie, Concordia College, has had anything but a small vision when it comes to celebrating music. With a combined choir and orchestra of over 450 students, a Concordia College Christmas concert attracts capacity crowds from all faiths to celebrate the season and the promise it holds. Alison Young hosts this season's program with nationally-renowned conductor René Clausen leading the pure, youthful voices and instrumentalists in a concert called "On our Way Rejoicing," a potpourri of familiar and traditional works intertwined with original music that brings new sounds and meaning to the season. Come celebrate an hour of pure joy and peace with Concordia College Christmas.


René Clausen, O How Shall I Receive You
F. Melius Christiansen, Lost in the Night
Daniel Pinkham, Christmas Cantata (Third Movement)
Jan Sandström, Lo, How a Rose E'er Blooming
Morton Lauridsen, O Magnum Mysterium
John Joubert, There is no Rose of Such Virtue
René Clausen, Silent Night
Carolyn Jennings, Fum, Fum, Fum
Michael Smith, 'Twas in the Moon
René Clausen, Cold December Flies Away
René Clausen, O Little Town of Bethlehem
Samuel Barber, Twelfth Night
Maurice Duruflé, Sanctus
Matthew Culloton, Past Three O'Clock
Howard Helvey, Tomorrow Shall be My Dancing Day
René Clausen, Psalm 150
René Clausen, Compline


René Clausen conducts the orchestra and choir

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