Fall 2022 Recording
- Requiem in D Minor – Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Performed with the Botetourt Chamber Singers, soloists, and orchestra.
To view the Winter 2021 and Spring 2022 concert livestreamed videos, visit the William and Mary Choral Areas YouTube page.
Spring 2021 Recordings
- I. Le Guignon – Owen Peck ’22; Text by Charles Baudelaire: The first of three pieces composed by former W&M Choir member, Owen Peck, features the poetry of Baudelaire.
- II. Demain, dès l’aube – Owen Peck ’22; Text by Victor Hugo: Set to one of Hugo’s most well known poems, the choir was delighted to perform this additional piece composed by former W&M Choir member, Owen Peck.
- III. Le Mythe de Sisyphe – Owen Peck ’22; Text by Albert Camus: The last of three pieces composed by former W&M Choir member, Owen Peck, features the philosophical essay of Camus.
- Agnus Dei from Mass in E flat major, D 950 – Franz Schubert: Featuring soloists Marlaina Horewitz, Annabel Mudge, Milo Pavlovich, and Jay Ford.
- Choose Something Like a Star – Randall Thompson; Text by Robert Frost: The last piece of Thompson’s Frostiana, featuring the poetry of Robert Frost.
- Geistliches Lied, Op. 30 – Johannes Brahms; Text by Paul Flemming: Recorded virtually and produced during Fall 2020, Geistliches Lied (Sacred Song) includes text from Erstes Buch der Oden in Teütsche Poemata (1642).
- Virtual Alma Mater – James Southall Wilson (1904): Led by former director of the William and Mary Choir, Dr. James Armstrong, almost 300 W&M Choir and alumni voices join to sing our beloved Alma Mater. This recording was produced in Spring of 2020.
Alma Mater, James Southall Wilson (1904)
Shenandoah, arr. James Erb
Wassail Song, arr. Ralph Vaughan Williams