COMFORT FOOD FOR THE EARS

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1) Ambeby Andrew Balfour, featuring Chronos Vocal Ensemble
2) Canadian Streamsby Vahram Sarkissian
3) Eveningby Sergej Taneyev, arr. Nadezhda Averina, featuring Ponomaryov “Vesna” Children’s Choir
4) What Shall I Bring?by Derrick Christian, featuring Vancouver Cantata Singers
5) Flame in the Embersby Nicholas Kelly, featuring Chronos Vocal Ensemble
6) Coventry Carol arr. Sam Dabrusin, featuring Vancouver Cantata Singers
7) Parlez-moiFrance Levasseur-Ouimet, arr. Allan Bevan, featuring Canadian Chamber Choir
8) O Little Rose, O Dark Roseby Gerda Blok-Wilson, featuring Chor Leoni
9) i carry your heart by Scott Reimer, featuring Pro Bene Masters Chorale
10) Nuit d’été by Matthew Emery, featuring Chorale de la Salle
11) Ave Mariaby David Rain, featuring the Chamber Choir of Europe
12) Fluttered Wingsby Emily Green
13) There Was the Oneby Joy DeCoursey-Porter
14) Deeperby Sid Robinovitch
15) Terre-Neuveby Marie-Claire Saindon
16) Eya, Eyaby Pierre Massie, featuring the Stairwell Carollers
17) Rise Up My Loveby Stephanie Martin
18) Akatonboarr. John Washburn, featuring Vancouver Chamber Choir
19) Pussy-Willows, Cat-TailsGordon Lightfoot, arr. Larry Nickel, featuring Elora Festival SIngers
20) The Mapleby Garrett Krause, featuring Canadian Chamber Choir
21) In dulci jubiloarr. Laura Hawley, featuring Elektra Women’s Choir

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