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Rewarded for their debut album—2010’s Light & Gold—with a GRAMMY®, the world-renowned Eric Whitacre Singers continue their remarkable ascent with Live at Union Chapel. In a working, 19th-century London church, Whitacre leads his choir through a brief but sublime set that includes a suite of breathtaking originals (“Three Flower Songs”), a haunting work from Emmy-nominated American composer Jeff Beal (“Poor in Spirit”), and a luminous performance of “The Lamb”—a John Tavener-penned piece set to the William Blake poem of the same name.

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Incredibly beautiful.

The work of Eric Whitacre is genius. This album touches warms my heart.


Whitacre's harmonies are simply otherworldly. Three Flower Songs, the simplest yet most thrilling of odes to flowers, set to Dickinson and other poems, are such a delight. Ubi Caritas, perfectly rendered. The Jeff Beal piece is complex and evocative of hardship and sadness — I can relate, and I'm grateful for the compassion. Overall a rich and evocative album.


Genre: Classical

Eric Whitacre is an American composer best known for his choral music. He has also written a large number of wind band compositions and some electronic music. In addition, he has composed works for orchestra and an opera, Paradise Lost: Shadows and Wings. His style is quite approachable and features trademark chords (sevenths and ninths, sometimes heard against a background of sustained seconds and fourths), unexpected chord progressions, aleatoric elements, finger snapping by choral singers, and...
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