Old 4th October 2003, 01:00   #1
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Favorite Choir songs

Whats your favorite choir songs? Heres mine:

Carl Orff - O'Fortuna

Era - Ameno

Craig Armstrong - Escape

Mozart - Requiem

Christopher Field - Gothic Power

Beethoven - Ode to joy

Enigma - Principles of Lust

Deep Forest - White wisper

Deep Forest - Sweet Lullaby
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Old 4th October 2003, 01:22   #2
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john williams - duel of the fates
carl orff - carmina burana (o'fortuna is a part of this piece, yes?)

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Winnifred's School Choir - Grandma We Love You

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The Edwin Hawkins Singers: Oh Happy Day!
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Old 11th October 2003, 01:25   #5
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Quote:
Originally posted by zootm
john williams - duel of the fates
carl orff - carmina burana (o'fortuna is a part of this piece, yes?)
Correct.

Orff was one of classical music's one hit wonders; he never wrote another viable piece and did what all unsuccessful people do- went into teaching.

I would like to add Verdi's Requiem- it is to Powerful as Mozart's is to Profound. And I am so happy that I have Mozart's Requiem to look forward to come Next Year as part of my orchestra season!

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Old 11th October 2003, 01:51   #6
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Heres a few more -

Hans Zimmer - Injection

ES Posthumus - Ebla

ES Posthumus - Pompeii

Howard Shore - Lithareal

Mozart - Queen of the Night Aria

Two Towers - Lux Anterna
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Old 11th October 2003, 02:07   #7
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And lest we forget all of the great oratorios of the past- shining above them all are Handel's Messiah (From which we get the Hallelujah Chorus and The Trumpet shall Sound), Solomon, Isreal in Egypt, etc etc. Bach, Mendellsohn, and other composers have also written great oratorios.

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Old 11th October 2003, 04:21   #8
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Black Sabbath - Supertzar

James Newton Howard - Tariwa (revolutions trailer)
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