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Choral Work

From S. Drummond Wolf at College of Marin's Collegiate Chorale to Steven Angelucci of St. Eugenes Cathedral and Carol Menke at Church of the Incarnation in Santa Rosa, Chris thanks God for the opportunities he's been given to lift up his voice in song with others.

Here's Mozart"s "Requiem" performed by the St. Cecelia Choir in 2006, as well as "How Great Thou Art," "God Be in My Head," "Ave Maria," and "Tantum Ergo," sung by the Saint Eugenes Cathredral Choir on our European tour in 1999.

"Tantum Ergo," is our newest post, dedicated to the rebuilding of Notre Dame Cathedral. We hope they put a bathroom in for the singers.

Chris sang bass in all of these selections and thought he took the liner pic, but read the liner notes the other day for the first time in years and sees it's attributed to Peter Martin (although he took several inside).

Nice shot, Peter!

Here's the first of a few pieces from a concert at Church of the Incarnation in Santa Rosa, CA on March 21, 2008, "Precious Lord," a spiritual arranged by Roy Ringwald.

These were performed by Cantiamo Sonoma and St. Cecelia Choir, soloists Carol Menke (Soprano), Lynda Higson (Mezzo-Soprano), Jos Milton (Tenor), Tom Hart (Bass-Baritone), on March 28th, 2008 recorded by Richard Ross of Solevey music, Corrick Brown, Guest conductor.

New! Here's a choral piece from a Good Friday Concert at the Church of the Incarnation in Santa Rosa in 2007--Mozart's "Missa Solemnis K. 337," that Chris sang bass in, with the same artists as Mozart's Requiem.

Even newer: Hadyn's Requiem in C Minor sung by the usual suspects at The Church of the Incarnation, in Santa Rosa, Ca.


God Be In My Head Album Cover

Mozart's "Requiem"
"How Great Thou Art"
"God Be in My Head"
"Ave Maria"






"Precious Lord"
"Tantum Ergo"
""Missa Solemnis"
"Requiem in C minor"














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