Choral dork is a dork -
A blog to use as a venting place for my unyielding love of choral music.
I'll post some other music pieces aside from choral ones as well.
Feel free to drop in a suggestion, a request, or music related questions in my ask!
One of my favorite pieces of music ever arranged for voice here. The diatonic, melodic and tightly sonorous nature of it always made me think it would be well suited for a choir, and I wasn’t wrong (but the original is still better :P). I hope you enjoy it like I did.
Accentus, under Laurence Équilbey Transcription by Thierry Machuel Text by Benoît Richter
Le Jardin Féerique - Ravel From Ma mère l’oye (Mother Goose)
Oh Jesus that was so beautiful!
I listened to that probably 10 times before writing this.
I kind of don’t have anything else to say… just… beautiful!
A Spotless Rose - Paul Mealor Sorry, I do not know the choir singing! However, in case you did not know, Paul Mealor is someone who arranged a version of Ubi Caritas. And his version was featured in the Royal Wedding!
EDIT: Tenebrae are the performers. Thanks Lighterboots for letting me know!