A MAN FOR ALL SEASONS (1966) Starring Paul Scofield as Sir Thomas More Robert Shaw as Henry VIII Vanessa Redgrave as Anne Boleyn
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Vive La Compagnie - Robert Shaw Chorale (Men) Dec. 26, 2016 CB
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Sea Shanties Ⅷ
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Haunting and beautiful. Unabashedly sentimental. NOTICE: Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act of 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use. All rights go to its original owner.
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All The King's Men King's College Conductor Nicholas Forbes The Big Sing 2015 Michael Fowler Centre, Wellington NZ 13-15 August 2015
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This is my first upload. I've always enjoyed the rich sounds of the Robert Shaw Chorale, and thought there may be some others out there who would also. This song is from the 1962 album by the Men of the Robert Shaw Chorale, '23 Glee Club Favorites', recorded from the vinyl.
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Album : The Many Moods of Christmas (1963 Remastered 1997)
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Catchy, whimsical nonsense, sung with enthusiasm by the Men of the Robert Shaw Chorale. From 'Sea Shanties', 1961 album.
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Infectious, vivacious, this familiar love song is unforgettably performed by the Men of the Robert Shaw Chorale. This album, 'A Chorus Of Love', was recorded in . Poetic and melodic is this old French ballad. From The Men of the Robert Shaw Chorale and their 1960 album. Tenor solo honors by James Wainner. This is my first upload. I've always enjoyed the rich sounds of the Robert Shaw Chorale, and thought there may be some others out there who would also.
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Robert Shaw Chamber Singers. From the album, "Songs of Angels, Christmas Hymns & Carols." Lyrics: Good Christian men, rejoice With heart, and soul, and voice; Give ye heed to what we say: News! News! Jesus Christ is born to-day: Ox and ass before Him bow, And He is in the manger now. Christ is born today! Christ is born today. In dulci jubilo, Nun singet und seid froh! Unsers Herzens Wonne Leit in praesepio, Und leuchtet als die Sonne Matris in gremio, Alpha es et O, Alpha es et O! Good Christian men, rejoice, With heart, and soul, and voice; Now ye hear of endless bliss: Joy! Joy! Jesus Christ was born for this! He hath ope'd the heav'nly door, And man is blessed evermore. Christ was born for this! Christ was born for this!
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Infectious, vivacious, this familiar love song is unforgettably performed by the Men of the Robert Shaw Chorale. This album, 'A Chorus Of Love', was recorded in 1960. In answer to a question as to a song on this album which I neglected to upload initially, it's been corrected. It's 'La Tarara', linked: http://youtu.be/q68U6hazvg8 (Thanks, jayoungr)!
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Spiritual, sung with style and humor, from the 1962 album '23 Glee Club Favorites'.
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A popular American love song, this staple is given a spirited and sentimental performance by the Men of the Robert Shaw Chorale. The album was recorded in 1960.
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This German love song is delightfully infectious. The haunting, rollicking waltz melody seems to implant itself in one's mind, and won't let go--(nor does one particularly want it to). Du, Du--'You are in my heart and mind, You cause me much grief, Do love me as I love you!' This sprightly, harmonic performance by the Men of the Robert Shaw Chorale was recorded in 1960.
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This song was written in 1856, and is sung beautifully by the Men of the Robert Shaw Chorale. It is sometimes called 'Aunt Dinah's Quilting Party'. A totally fun, infectious song, which remained popular until the turn of the 19th Century. The album 'With Love From A Chorus' was recorded in 1954, with a single microphone.
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This hymn was written for the Brotherhood Movement by Dr. Merrill, long time pastor of the Brick Presbyterian Church in New York. Music was composed by Dr Walter, organist for a time at Columbia University. Text: William Pierson Merrill (1867–1954) Music: "Festal Song", William Henry Walter (1825-1893) (Album Notes) Conductor: Robert Shaw (1916-1999) Organist: Thomas Dunn (1925-2008) Arrangement by Robert Shaw Straight from the 1958 vinyl. For entertainment purposes only. I own nothing here.
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Set Down Servant - Spiritual, arr. Robert Shaw Wheaton College Men’s Glee Club Mary Hopper, director Ryan Fitzpatrick, honors conductor Men’s Glee Club Home Concert (4/7/2017) Connect with Wheaton: http://www.wheaton.edu http://www.facebook.com/wheatoncollege.il http://www.twitter.com/wheatoncollege http://www.instagram.com/wheatoncollegeil
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An Irish love song, wishing 'if only...' and ruing his young and foolish ways. Done up in grand style by the Men of the Robert Shaw Chorale, from their 1960 album.
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The quintessential 'signing off' song, sung with verve and humor by the Men of the Robert Shaw Chorale. Just plain fun. Recorded in 1954.
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Fun song from the '23 Glee Club Favorites' album.
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A somewhat cavalier approach to Love, by the Men of the Robert Shaw Chorale.
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