Sunday, January 17, 2010

Sunday Chorus - Seattle Men's Chorus

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For some wonderfully relaxing music on this Sunday morning, I offer you the Seattle Men's Chorus. These are two videos from the 2008 GALA Miami performance. The music is just so beautiful, and performed magically. The first song is "How Sweet the Moonlight", which takes it's lyrics from William Shakespeare's 'Merchant of Venice', first performed in 1605.

The second song is "The Road Not Taken", with lyrics from the Robert Frost poem of the same name. As a poem, it was first published in 1916, the premiere installment of 'Mountain Interval'. There is a beautiful lushness to the job done here by the Seattle Men's Chorus.

For more about the Seattle Men's Chorus, visit the official website. At that site, you can purchase music or offer a donation to support the group. For the music, check out their online discography. You can find them on iTunes and Amazon. I have their holiday collection, 'Snowbound!', and love it.

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