By Jennifer Shumpert
Domenic D’Andrea, A’15, has put together a beautiful compilation of some of the highlights from this year’s first Freshman Chorus Concert. As part of the chorus class all of the freshmen are required to take, the freshman class performs two concerts a year, one in the fall semester and one in the spring.
Some of the pieces featured in this track are Hine Ma Tov, a Jewish hymn; Come, Ye Sons of Art, an English ode written by Henry Purcell in 1694; Psallite, Unigenito, a Christian hymn composed by Michael Praetorius in 1609; and Waters of Babylon.
The full recording will be up soon, but this should keep you content in the meanwhile.