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Featured new releases this week include a 35th Anniversary album from vocal virtuosos Chanticleer, Divertimentos from Mozart on Naxos, a tribute to Rosie the Riveter for nostalgia fans, and sophisticated vocal performances for the ambitious palette from Dacapo.

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New Releases for Tuesday, January 8, 2013

Choral Concert: Chanticleer - Gabrieli, A. / Palestrina, G.P. da / Gesualdo, C. / Gombert, N. / Grieg, E. / Elgar, E. (The Siren's Call)
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Choral Concert: Chanticleer - Gabrieli, A. / Palestrina, G.P. da / Gesualdo, C. / Gombert, N. / Grieg, E. / Elgar, E. (The Siren's Call)
Chanticleer Records: CLIC009

The seductive songs of the sirens fill Chanticleer's 35th Anniversary opener. Renowned Chinese composer Chen Yi sounds the call in her own inimitable language, while Michael McGlinn channels the undenable connection between Ireland and the sea. This live recording also features Vince Peterson's arrangements of Temptation by Tom Waits.


Other Featured New Releases:


Mozart, W.A.: Divertimenti Nos. 11 and 17 (Cologne Chamber Orchestra, Muller-Bruhl) Mozart, W.A.: Divertimenti Nos. 11 and 17 (Cologne Chamber Orchestra, Muller-Bruhl)
Naxos: 8.570990

Overflowing with Mozart's melodic inventiveness and characteristic wit, these two celebratory Divertimentos date from his time in Salzburg and were likely written to commemorate his sister Nannerls name day and the graduation of a friend from University, respectively.
   
We Can Do It! - Celebrating Women in WWII We Can Do It! - Celebrating Women in WWII
Altissimo: 75442272022

We Can Do It evokes images of Rosie the Riveter, and collects WWII era music as performed by US military bands, including the Airmen of Note, formed to continue the legacy of Glenn Miller's Army Air Corps dance band.
   
Norgard, P.: Vocal Music (Songs from Evening Land) (Gjerris) Norgard, P.: Vocal Music (Songs from Evening Land) (Gjerris)
Dacapo: 8.226060

Danish mezzo-soprano Helene Gjerris explores six decades of vocal music by Per Norgard in new instrumentations; music which reaches the darkest corners of the human mind, loaded with intense poetry Allen Ginsberg, Arthur Rimbaud and Par Lagerkvist.

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