Remember to Love: A Concert From Trinity Church, Wall St., Part 2

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Hear Part 1 of a concert entitled "Remember to Love:  Let us love one another with a sincere heart," in commemoration of the 10th anniversary of Sept. 11, 2001.  At Trinity Church, Wall St., in New York City, choirs from the four locations most directly affected by the terrorist attacks of 2001 participated, including
 

  • The Trinity Choir and NOVUS NY, Julian Wachner
  • The Washington Chorus, Julian Wachner, director
  • The Bach Choir of Bethlehem, Greg Funfgeld, director
  • The Young People’s Chorus of New York City, Francisco J. Nuñez, director
  • The New York City Master Chorale, Thea Kano, director
  • The Copley Singers, Brian Jones, director

On part 2 of the program:

Marjorie Merryman - Windhover Fantasy (conducted by Julian Wachner)
Johannes Brahms - A German Requiem (movement 6) (conducted by Julian Wachner)
Leonard Bernstein - Chichester Psalms (conducted by Francisco J. Nuñez)
J.S. Bach - Dona Nobis Pacem, from the Mass in B minor (conducted by Greg Funfgeld)

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