Rising w/ The Crossing

by The Crossing

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    releases December 11, 2020

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1.
David Lang: protect yourself from infection
2.
Joby Talbot: Lost Forever
3.
Ēriks Ešenvalds: Translation
4.
Dieterich Buxtehude: Membra Jesu nostri, BuxWV 75: IV. Ad latus
5.
Paul Fowler: First Pink
6.
David Lang: the national anthems: I. our land with peace
7.
8.
David Lang: the national anthems: IV. keep us free
9.
Ted Hearne: What it might say
10.
Dieterich Buxtehude: Membra Jesu nostri, BuxWV 75: II. Ad genua
11.
Ēriks Ešenvalds: Earth Teach Me Quiet
12.
Santa Ratniece: Horo horo hata hata

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Philadelphia based contemporary vocal ensemble The Crossing, under the direction of Donald Nally, releases "Rising w/ The Crossing," an uplifting offering that serves as an offering of hope amidst a pandemic as well as a journey through the ensemble's projects over the last several years. Including music by Joby Talbot, Eriks Ešenvalds, Dieterich Buxtehude, Paul Fowler, Alex Berko, Ted Hearne, Santa Ratniece, and David Lang's hauntingly topical "protect yourself from infection," which sets texts from a 1918 U.S. government document, with the names of Philadelphians who fell victim to the 1918 influenza pandemic.

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releases December 11, 2020

Donald Nally, conductor; Kevin Vondrak, assistant conductor
John Grecia, keyboards

Edward Babcock, marimba, on Earth Teach Me Quiet (track 11)

Quartet on track 3, Translation: Kelly Ann Bixby, soprano; Elisa Sutherland, alto; James Reese, tenor; Dimitri German, bass

Quintet on track 4, Ad latus: Kelly Ann Bixby, soprano; Rebecca Myers, soprano; Elisa Sutherland, alto; James Reese, tenor; Dimitri German, bass

Quintet on track 10, Ad genua: Rebecca Siler, soprano; Shari Wilson, soprano; Elisa Sutherland, alto; Steven Bradshaw, tenor; Daniel Schwartz, bass

Quicksilver, on Membra Jesu nostri (tracks 4 & 10):
Robert Mealy, violin; Julie Andrijeski, violin; Rosamund Morley, violone; David Morris, violoncello; Avi Stein, organ; Charles Weaver, theorbo

International Contemporary Ensemble, on the national anthems (tracks 6 & 8):
Josh Modney, violin; Jen Curtis, violin; Wendy Richman, viola; Chris Gross, cello; Tony Flynt, bass

Recording Producers: Paul Vazquez, Donald Nally, and Kevin Vondrak

Recording Engineer: Paul Vazquez

Editing, Mixing & Mastering: Paul Vazquez

Cover & back cover: Steven Bradshaw, stevenbradshawart.com

Design & layout: Marc Wolf, marcjwolf.com

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New Focus Recordings New York, New York

New Focus Recordings is an artist led collective label featuring releases in contemporary music of many stripes, as well as new approaches to older repertoire. The label was founded by guitarist Daniel Lippel (who is the current director), composer engineer Ryan Streber, and composer Peter Gilbert in 2003-4, and features releases from many of new music's most active performers and composers. ... more

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