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Psalm No 8 (1976)
For four-part chorus of mixed voices and organ


Commissioned by the Travis Park United Methodist Church, San Antonio, Texas, 1976

First performed October 18, 1976, by Scott Mouton, organ, with the San Antonio Mastersingers, Roger Melone, conductor; Travis Park United Methodist Church, San Antonio, TX


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Duration  8 minutes



Trinity Church Choir; James A. Simms, conductor Gothic Records  (1993)
Mastersingers of the San Antonio Symphony, Roger Melone conductor Telarc Stereo 5026 (LP) — search the internet


Program note

This setting for chorus and organ was commissioned to introduce a new organ at the Travis Park United Methodist Church in San Antonio, Texas. Because of that, the organ plays a large role in the piece.

                     — John Corigliano

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