RANDAMWILL Music 2021
ATW2011 I Cry Out to Thee Three Psalms for Soprano and Oboe A three-song set for classical soprano and oboe, featuring selected verses from the book of Psalms, including: "I Cry Out to Thee, O Lord", "It is Good to Give Thanks to the Lord" "I Love the Lord Because He Hears My Voice" Range and tessitura best suited for the dramatic mezzo soprano.
$12.00 each
“I Cry Out to Thee, O Lord” is a wonderful addition to the recital repertoire canon. It is rhythmically interesting, harmonically and melodically beautiful--even haunting in places. It is approachable by singers who are still perfecting their craft, while at the same time offering plenty of challenges to the seasoned performer. The interplay of piano, oboe, and voice offers a rich tapestry to the listener. I have enjoyed singing it in recital several times and will definitely sing it often in the future. Dr. Hope Koehler Professor of Voice School of Music West Virginia University
Performed by Dr. Hope Koehler Soprano Amy Collins Oboe Amy Tate Williams Piano
I. I Cry Out to Thee, O Lord II. It is Good to Give Thanks to the Lord III. I Love the Lord Because He Hears My Voice
PREVIEW
RANDAMWILL Music 2021
$12.00 each
PREVIEW
I. I Cry Out to Thee O, Lord II. It is Good to Give Thanks to the Lord III. I Love the Lord Because He Hears My Voice
ATW2011 I Cry Out to Thee Three Psalms for Soprano and Oboe A three-song set for classical soprano and oboe, featuring selected verses from the book of Psalms, including: "I Cry Out to Thee, O Lord", "It is Good to Give Thanks to the Lord" "I Love the Lord Because He Hears My Voice" Range and tessitura best suited for the dramatic mezzo soprano.
“I Cry Out to Thee, O Lord” is a wonderful addition to the recital repertoire canon. It is rhythmically interesting, harmonically and melodically beautiful--even haunting in places. It is approachable by singers who are still perfecting their craft, while at the same time offering plenty of challenges to the seasoned performer. The interplay of piano, oboe, and voice offers a rich tapestry to the listener. I have enjoyed singing it in recital several times and will definitely sing it often in the future. Dr. Hope Koehler Professor of Voice School of Music West Virginia University
Performed by Dr. Hope Koehler Soprano Amy Collins Oboe Amy Tate Williams Piano