SCOTT REIMER

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Scott Reimer is a choral professional who is known to his peers as a versatile “chameleon”, having grown up in a highly musical family. Since moving to Winnipeg (the longitudinal centre of Canada) from his home village of Gretna, he has enjoyed a wealth of choral experience having sung with many premier choirs, most notably the Winnipeg Singers, Canzona, Polycoro, Camerata Nova, the National Youth Choir of Canada 2008, and the World Youth Choir 2009/2010/2011. Scott began his career as a choral director when he conducted his church’s men’s choir at the age of 22. From there, he proceeded to conduct within the Prairie Voices Inc. organization for many years, playing a prominent role in founding and establishing their second choir, Horizon. In 2008, Scott founded the Winnipeg based a cappella ensemble, Antiphony, whose second album featured several of his arrangements and was nominated for multiple Contemporary A Cappella Recording Awards.

 

i carry your heart

by Scott Reimer
 
SATB a cappella  –   CP 1845   – 7:00
This famous poem by e.e. cummings illustrates love in its purest form. It expresses the compassionate, profound and warm feelings of the poet for his beloved. Scott’s sensuous music is the perfect marriage for the text.  This composition would be a good fit for accomplished choirs.

Ride On, King Jesus

arr. Scott Reimer
 
SATB a cappella  –   CP 1553   – 4:15
This traditional spiritual is brought to new life with Scott’s youthful enthusiasm. The audience will not be able to sit still.

Solstice Carol

arr. Scott Reimer
 
SATB a cappella  –   CP 1765   – 3:00
Scott gives Kim Baryluk’s unique winter song very special and exciting treatment.  Meaningful and great fun!

Still, Still, Still

arr. Scott Reimer
 
SATB a cappella  –   CP 1832   – 3:00   
Listen to this exquisite setting of a timeless Christmas classic 

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