Emerging with beauty and grace, well-known Utah choral conductor Jean Applonie has ushered the BYU Women’s Chorus into the ranks of BYU’s premier auditioned choirs, featured on Tantara Records. Heard previously on best-selling Tantara CDs A Thanksgiving of American Folk Hymns and The Road Home, the BYU Women’s Chorus presents its first complete CD with the beautifully executed Wondrous Love.
John Newton; Early American melody; arr. Mark Hayes
2. Wondrous Love
Early American Sacred Harp hymn;
arr. Betty Bertaux
3. The Snow
C. Alice Elgar and Edward Elgar
4. Ave Maria
5. For Good
6. Sing Creations Music On
John Clare and Stephen Paulus
7. Where Can I Turn for Peace?
Emma Lou Thayne, Joleen G. Meredith, arr. Dwight Bigler
8. The Cloths of Heaven
William Butler Yeats and Eleanor Daley
9. Bonny Wood Green
Traditional Irish ballad, arr. Stephen Hatfield
10. Psalm 23
Psalm 23, Z . Randall Stroope
11. Things that Never Die
Charles Dickens and Lee Dengler
12. The Erie Canal
Thomas S. Allen, arr. Clifton J. Noble Jr.
13. How Do I Love Thee?
Elizabeth Barrett Browing and Nathan Christensen
14. Without a Song
William Rose, Edward Eliscu, and Vincent Youmans, arr. Kirby Shaw
Charles Wesley, William Walker; arr. Jean S. Applonie
Executive producer: Ron Simpson
Produced by Jean Applonie and Jon Holloman
Recorded by Jon Holloman in the de Jong Concert Hall, BYU
Digital Editing and Mastering by Troy Sales
Consultation on album sequence and mastering by Ron Simpson
Postproduction coordinated by Ben Fales
Tantara Records is an enterprise center in the School of Music at Brigham Young University, and part of the College of Fine Arts and Communications.