The St. Olaf Chapel Choir and St. Olaf Orchestra (Chrisopher Aspaas, conductor) perform "Behold, God the Lord" from the oratorio Elijah by Felix Mendelssohn.This performance wa
Mendelssohn: "Kyrie" & "Ehre sei Gott in der Höhe" from: "Deutsche Liturgie"Chamber choir con anima, cond. Jan Scheererlive concert recording March 23rd 2014(Program: "Begegn
Shenandoaharranged by James Erb(Lawson Gould)O Shenandoah, I long to see you,And hear your rollong river,O Shenandoah, I long to see you,Way, we're bound awayAcross
Swedish Master Olof choir sacred piece Top SATB sheets are shown in full.Stereo: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QINB64nYZe8&fmt=18
The St. Olaf Cantorei, Congregation, and organist / conductor James Bobb sing the hymn "Abide With Me". Words by Henry F. Lyte; music by William H. Monk.This performance was par
This Christmastide performed by Anton Armstrong and the combined St' Olaf's choirs from their PBS Christmas Broadcast.
The St. Olaf Choir, Anton Armstrong, Conductor, performs "Even When He Is Silent" by Kim André Arnesen. Recorded in concert at Nidaros Cathedral, Trondheim, Norway on June 16, 201
The St. Olaf Viking Chorus (Christopher Aspaas, conductor) perform "The Angel Gabriel" a Basque Carol arranged by Christopher Aspaas.This performance was part of a concert for
Night of Silence - Silent Night : St Olaf Choir MinnesotaDaniel Kantor/Frans Gruberarr. John FergusonPerformed in Nidaros Cathedral, Trondheim, NorwayI have no claim to this p
The St. Olaf Choir (Anton Armstrong, Conductor) perform "What Wondrous Love". From the collection "Southern Harmony", arr. Robert ScholzPublished by MorningStar Music Publishers
The St. Olaf Choir, Congregation, and conductor Anton Armstrong sing the hymn "When the Morning Stars Together". Words by Albert F. Bayly; music arranged by John Ferguson.Publis
The St. Olaf Choir (Anton Armstrong, Conductor) perform "Flight Song" by Norwegian composer Kim André Arnesen, with words by Euan Tait.Published by earthsongs: http://bit.ly/1e3
Praise to the LordStralsund Gesangbucharr. F. Melius Christiansen - ed. Olaf C. ChristiansenPublished by Augsburg Fortress Publishers (SESAC)
St. Olaf Choir, Anton Armstrong, ConductorSt. Olaf Choir Tour Home Concert, February 24, 2016Boe Chapel, St. Olaf CollegeText by Laurie F. GaugerMusic by Philip Biedenbender
The St. Olaf Choir (Anton Armstrong, conductor) perform "The Lord is the Everlasting God" by Kenneth Jennings (1925-2015).Published by Shawnee Press: http://bit.ly/1NAyfriThis
St. Olaf college choir's signature piece, sung at the end of every concert.