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Our new features this week include an eagerly anticipated release featuring the Vasari Singers, and more great choral music from Chanticleer, an album featuring most requested encores from their last 4 years of touring. Plus, one more week to view our Jenny Lin feature. Thanks for visiting ClassicsOnline.

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This Week's New Features - Thursday, November 8, 2012

Gabriel Jackson - Requiem Gabriel Jackson's Requiem combines traditional solemnity with poems that embrace wide-ranging spirituality, resulting in images of light and radiant optimism. With superbly moving performances by the Vasari Singers (essential listening - Gramophone) and works by four of the foremost names in choral music, we are pleased to present this eagerly anticipated release. more info
 
Chanticleer - By Request This album is the first in 4 years from the beloved vocal ensemble Chanticleer, and is made up of top audience favorites from the last 4 years of performances. The repertoire covers a wide range; from William Byrd's "Ave Verum Corpus" to Steven Sametz' "Not an End of Loving" all the way to Erika Lloyd's indie-pop "Cells Planets," all performed with Chanticleer's signature combination of impeccable pitch and stylistic integrity. more info
 
Last Chance: Jenny Lin - Get Happy
   
Jenny Lin - Get Happy Jenny Lin's latest release on the Steinway & Sons label is an infectious, sparkling collection of show tunes, in brand new arrangements. World premiere recordings include "Johanna" from Sondheim's Sweeny Todd and "Lover" from the Rodger's & Hart musical film Love Me Tonight. more info

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