There Lies the Disc, the making of the new Cantus CD There Lies The Music

Sidebar 1: There Lies The Music

There Lies the Home Track Listing        Total Time: 70:23  
"Prelude (Before Dawn)"* Edie Hill (2005) 1:16
"Sea Fever" Amy Beach (1931) 3:04
Words by John Masefield
with Charles Kemper, piano
"Break, Break, Break"* Brian Arreola (1998) 2:41
Words by Alfred, Lord Tennyson
with Mira Frisch, cello
Songs of the Sea, Op.91 Charles Villiers Stanford (1904)
Words by Henry Newbolt; Kelvin Chan,
solo baritone; with Charles Kemper, piano
   "Drake's Drum" 3:11
   "Outward Bound" 2:49
   "Devon, O Devon" 1:59
   "Homeward Bound" 5:42
   "The Old Superb" 3:41
"Jonah's Song" Peter Schickele (1980) 2:10
Words by Herman Melville (from Moby-Dick)
"Shenandoah" Sea Chanty, arr. Bartholomew (1927) 3:55
"Lowlands" Sea Chanty, arr. Parker & Shaw (1963) 4:36
Alan Dunbar, solo baritone
Muistse mere laulud Veljo Tormis (1979) 10:22
Brian Arreola & Gary Ruschman, solo tenors
Incantatio maris aestuosi Veljo Tormis (1996) 7:42
Words from the Kalevala; with the assembled
civic dignitaries of Sioux Falls, whistles
"The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald" Gordon Lightfoot, arr. Alan Dunbar (1999) 5:39
Alan Dunbar, solo baritone, acoustic guitar;
with Mira Frisch, cello
"Valparaiso" Sting (1996), arr. Timothy Takach (2004) 4:00
"A True Heart Is Waiting"* Edie Hill (2004) 7:40
Words by L.M. Montgomery

* World premiere recordings

Cantus: Brian Arreola, Bradley Cramer-Erbes, Michael Hanawalt, Albert Jordan, Gary Ruschman, Pete Zvanovec, tenors; Kelvin Chan, Alan Dunbar, Adam Reinwald, baritones; Tom McNichols, Tim Takach, basses.
Recording Venue: The Great Hall, Washington Pavilion of the Arts and Sciences, Sioux Falls, South Dakota
Recording Dates: June 20–24, 2005
Production: Erick Lichte
Engineering, Editing, Mixing, Mastering: John Atkinson
CD Package and Booklet Design: Timothy C. Takach

Funding for this recording was generously provided by Josephine Iserman (in memory of Vern Iserman), Robert Marshall, Beth Swailes, and an anonymous donor.