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Black Pierrot

University of Missouri Singers, R. Paul Crabb, Marques Jerrell Ruff, Mizzou New Music Ensemble, Stefan Freund, Mathena Claire Page

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1.1
Draw Up the Water from the Well
James E. Clemens; University of Missouri Singers; R. Paul Crabb
4:31
1.2
Peccavi super numerum
Giaches de Wert; University of Missouri Singers; R. Paul Crabb
3:49
1.3
Caedmon’s Hymn
Blake Wilson; University of Missouri Singers; R. Paul Crabb
3:38
Un soir de neige, FP 126 (Excerpts)  
1.4
I. Le feu
Francis Poulenc; University of Missouri Singers; R. Paul Crabb
1:27
1.5
II. Un loup
Francis Poulenc; University of Missouri Singers; R. Paul Crabb
2:12
1.6
IV. Du dehors
Francis Poulenc; University of Missouri Singers; R. Paul Crabb
1:12
1.7
Otche Nash
Nikolai Golovanov; University of Missouri Singers; R. Paul Crabb
3:55
1.8
Go Down, Moses
Adolphus Hailstork; Marques Jerrell Ruff; University of Missouri Singers; R. Paul Crabb
2:55
Black Pierrot  
1.9
I. A Black Pierrot
William Averitt; University of Missouri Singers; R. Paul Crabb; Mizzou New Music Ensemble
3:37
1.10
II. Breath of a Rose
William Averitt; University of Missouri Singers; R. Paul Crabb; Mizzou New Music Ensemble
5:32
1.11
III. Jazzonia
William Averitt; University of Missouri Singers; R. Paul Crabb; Mizzou New Music Ensemble
4:38
1.12
IV. Justice
William Averitt; University of Missouri Singers; R. Paul Crabb; Mizzou New Music Ensemble
2:02
1.13
V. Song for a Dark Girl
William Averitt; University of Missouri Singers; R. Paul Crabb; Mizzou New Music Ensemble
5:31
1.14
VI. Silhouette
William Averitt; University of Missouri Singers; R. Paul Crabb; Mizzou New Music Ensemble
3:18
1.15
VII. To a Dead Friend
William Averitt; Mathena Claire Page; University of Missouri Singers; R. Paul Crabb; Mizzou New Music Ensemble
8:40
Total Playing Time    56:57
This is a program of great choral works, including one work from the 1500s, works from the 20th Century, and one work, Black Pierrot that was commissioned by R. Paul Crabb for the ensembles on this album. R. Paul Crabb, University of Missouri's Director of Choral Activities, earned degrees in Music Education, Vocal Performance and Choral Music Education. His ensembles have performed at state, regional and national conventions and have traveled extensively in Mexico, Germany, Austria, Italy, Hungary, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Russia, Bulgaria and Australia. Crabb served as assistant conductor at the Russian/American Choral Symposium for two years where his choir was invited as the resident American choir at the Moscow Conservatory. He served for one year as a visiting professor in Salzburg, Austria, where he taught and worked with the choir of the Salzburg Cathedral. He has taught conducting in Taiwan, eighteenth-century music in England, and studied sixteenth century polyphony in Italy with the renowned Peter Phillips. More recently he served as Guest Visiting Choral Professor at the Liszt Academy of Music in Budapest, Hungary - the first American selected for that position.
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