Daily Archives: December 20, 2020

Sleigh Ride by Leroy Anderson, New Release by Student Musicians

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Boston Youth Symphony Orchestras BYSO

Dec 16, 2020
Boston Youth Symphony Orchestras BYSO
This Holiday and Christmas season we bring you this uplifting version of Sleigh Ride by Leroy Anderson. This version of Sleigh Ride was performed by Boston Youth Symphony Orchestras featuring students from the Repertory Orchestra in December of 2020. May this performance of Sleigh Ride bring you a moment of happiness this season!

Boston Youth Symphony Orchestras
Featuring Students from Repertory Orchestra

Mark Miller, Conductor
Joseph Bozich, Video Editor
David Abraham, Audio Engineer

“Sleigh Ride” by Leroy Anderson Copyright Woodbury Music Company LLC Used with permission www.leroyanderson.com

http://www.BYSOweb.org

Boston Youth Symphony Orchestras Presents Benjamin Britten’s A Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra


Boston Youth Symphony Orchestras BYSO

Dec 18, 2020

Director/Music Director, Federico Cortese
Creative Director, Edward Berkeley
Video Editing, Ryan McKinny
Sound Editing, David Abraham

This video has been put together using separate recordings filmed by students of the Boston Youth Symphony in their homes, with their own cellphones.

“The Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra, Op. 34” Written by Benjamin Britten Hawkes & Son (London) Ltd. administered by Boosey & Hawkes, Inc. c/o Concord Music Publishing By arrangement with Concord

http://www.BYSOweb.org

Carols from King’s (BBC TV) 24 December 2006

Richard Shakeshaft

Dec 6, 2019

Carols from King’s (BBC TV) 24 December 2006

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Song

Ding Dong Merrily on High

Artist

Crouch End Festival Chorus

Album

The Greatest Christmas Choral Classics

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Song

Sussex Carol (Arr. Philip Ledger)

Artist

Choir of King’s College, Cambridge, Tom Etheridge, Stephen Cleobury

Album

Favourite Carols from King’s

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Song

Tavener: The Lamb: “Little lamb, who made thee”

Artist

King’s College Choir Cambridge, Stephen Cleobury

Album

Tavener: The Lamb: “Little lamb, who made thee”

Writers

John Tavener

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Song

The First Nowell

Artist

Salisbury Cathedral Choir

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Sing Choirs of Angels – A Thousand Voices Sing Traditional Carol

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Song

I wonder as I wander [2000]

Artist

Stephen Cleobury, Choir of King’s College, Cambridge

Album

100 Years of Nine Lessons & Carols

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Song

O Come, All Ye Faithful

Artist

Salisbury Cathedral Choir

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Sing Choirs of Angels – A Thousand Voices Sing Traditional Carol

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King’s College Choir, Cambridge, Nine Lessons and Carols 1992

Ben Dawson

May 15, 2015
The Choir of King’s College Cambridge, broadcast Christmas eve 1992. The Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols. Order of Service:
1. Once in Royal David’s City (Trad. arr. Sir David Wilcox)
2. Opening words and prayers
3. Up! good Christen folk and listen (Piae Cantiones / G. R. Woodward)
4. Reading Genesis 3: 8-15
5. The Truth From Above (Ralph Vaughan Williams)
6. Reading Genesis 22: 18-15
7. In Dulci Jubilo (Trad. arr. Sir Philip Ledger)
8. Reading Isaiah 9:2, 6-7
9. Riu, riu, chiu (Mateu Fletxa)
10. Reading Isaiah 11: 1-4, 6-9
11. Es ist ein Ros entsprungen (Trad. arr. J Brahms)
12. The Holly and the Ivy (Trad. arr. Walford Davies)
13. Reading Luke 1: 26-35
14. Joys Seven (Trad. arr. Stephen Cleobury)
15. Reading Luke 2: 1, 3-7
16. Silent Night (Trad. arr. John Rutter)
17. Oh Little Town of Bethlehem (Trad. Vaughan Williams)
18. Reading Luke 2: 8-16
19. In the Bleak Mid Winter (Trad. arr. Harold Darke)
20. Shepherd’s Pipe Carol (John Rutter)
20. Reading Matthew 2: 1-12
21. We Three Kings of Orient are (Trad. arr. Martin Neary)
22. Hodie Christus Natus Est (Jan Sweelinck)
23. Reading John 1: 1-14
24. Oh Come all ye Faithful (Trad. arr. Stephen Cleobury)
25. Blessings
26. Hark the Herald Angel (Charles Wesley / Felix Mendelssohn arr. Stephen Cleobury)

Followed by a BBC Documentary about the choir of King’s College Cambridge filmed during 1991.
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Once in Royal David’’s City
Artist
Choir of King’s College, Cambridge, Stephen Cleobury & Guy Johnston
Album
Carols from King’s
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Boston Youth Symphony Orchestras’ Intensive Community Program Holiday Concert 2020


Dec 20, 2020

Boston Youth Symphony Orchestras BYSO

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Featuring Students of BYSO’s Intensive Community Program (ICP) ICP Artistic Director, Nicole Cariglia ICP Conductor, Marta Zurad Assistant Director for Winds, Janet Underhill Magician, Matt Roberts Video Editor, Joseph Bozich Audio Engineer, David Abraham Photo Credit- Jana Matusz and Michael J. Lutch “Air” from Suite No. 3 by J.S. Bach Arranged by William Thorp Boosey & Hawkes Music Publishers LTD. Administered by Boosey & Hawkes, Inc. By arrangement with Concord “Carol of the Bells” Traditional Arranged by Janet Underhill “Trepak” from The Nutcracker By Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky Arranged by Sandra Dackow Sponsored in part by KPMG

Who speaks for you? | Debra Haaland | TEDxABQ


TEDx Talks

Dec 22, 2016

Debra Haaland made history as the first Native American woman on a major party ticket to run for Lieutenant Governor. She did not win that race but was later elected as the NM Democratic Party State Chair, becoming the first Native American State Party Chair in US history. Haaland sees a future where a community’s diversity is represented in their elected officials, and believes that you are the diversity that public service needs.

Debra Haaland is the Chairwoman of the Democratic Party of New Mexico. She has been a grassroots community organizer, businesswoman, and administrator and is highly active in the advocacy of Native American issues. She is an enrolled member of the Pueblo of Laguna. Debra ran for Lt. Governor of New Mexico in 2014, is the former Chairwoman of the Laguna Development Corporation Board of Directors, and the former Chairwoman of the Native American Democratic Caucus of NM. Debra holds a B.A. from UNM, and a J.D. from the UNM School of Law. She resides in Albuquerque where her daughter Somáh attends the University of New Mexico.

First Native American Congresswoman Deb Haaland Talks Centuries of Progress | Sunday TODAY

TODAY
Mar 10, 2019

In this week’s Sunday Spotlight, NBC’s Harry Smith sits down with New Mexico Rep. Deb Haaland, one of two Native Americans sworn into congress for the first time this past election cycle.

Meet Deb Haaland, the Indigenous woman who might be the next Secretary of the Interior

Sunrise Movement

Nov 19, 2020

The Joe Biden transition team is currently vetting Deb Haaland, one of the first Indigenous women elected to congress, for the Secretary of the Interior Cabinet position. Deb would oversee an agency with vast responsibility over tribal issues and public lands. If appointed, she would be the first Indigenous person to hold that role – ushering in a new era of Indigenous authority over stolen land. She would have the power to crack down fossil fuel companies and evict those who drill on public land.

Biden To Nominate Rep. Deb Haaland As First Native American To Lead Interior Department | MSNBC


MSNBC
Dec 17, 2020

NBC’s Mike Memoli reports on President-elect Biden’s choice to nominate New Mexico Rep. Deb Haaland to lead the Department of the Interior, the first Native American to hold the position. Aired on 12/17/2020.

Biden Picks Haaland For Interior Secretary; First Native American Cabinet Member | Rachel Maddow

MSNBC
Dec 17, 2020

Rachel Maddow reports on Rep. Deb Haaland, “35th generation New Mexican,” one of the first two Native American women elected to Congress, and now President-elect Joe Biden’s pick to lead the Department of the Interior, which would also make her the first Native American Cabinet member ever. Aired on 12/18/2020.