The King’s Singers: Finding Harmony

Fan favourites The King’s Singers at last return to Ottawa to bring us together through our common language: music and song. In this unique collection of pieces from around the globe, The King’s Singers prove how deeply we can be moved by stories and song, connecting us to them and to each other.   

Mahalia Jackson (1911 – 1972) | If I can help somebody (arr. Stacey V. Gibbs)

Harry Dixon Loes (1982 – 1965) | This little light of mine (arr. Stacey V. Gibbs) 

Martin Luther (1483 – 1546) and Johann Sebastian Bach (1685 – 1750) | Ein feste Burg

William Byrd (1543 – 1623) | Civitas sancti tui

Traditional South African | Ayihlome and Qula kwedini (arr Neo Muyang) 

Gustav Ernesaks (1908 – 1993) | Mu isamaa on minu arm

Trad. | Loch Lomond (arr. David Overton)

Trad. | Puirt a’ bheul (Mouth Music) (arr. Daryl Runswick)

Leyb Yampolsky (1889 – 1972) | S’Dremlen feygl (arr. Toby Young)

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