All Saints’ CD Store

The All Saints’ CD Store

All CDs can be ordered online below, by mail, or purchased on Sundays in the music suite. To order by mail, send a check made payable to All Saints’ Episcopal Church for the amount indicated next to the title below (includes shipping and handling) to:

All Saints’ Episcopal Church
634 W. Peachtree Street, N.W.
Atlanta, GA 30308-1925
Attention: Pamela Ingram

Be sure to note quantity and titles of CDs when ordering by mail.

CDs by the All Saints’ Choir

The Armed Man: A Mass for Peace ($17)

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The Armed Man

A recording of the May 30, 2008, performance of Karl Jenkins’ "The Armed Man: A Mass for Peace," featuring The All Saints’ Choir, directed by Ray Chenault and augmented by 30 singers from around the Atlanta area, accompanied by a 14-piece orchestra and organist Elizabeth Chenault. As the tragedy of Kosovo was unfolding in 2000, Karl Jenkins, a Welsh composer, wrote this 70-minute work to reflect on the horror of war.

Track Listing

  1. THE ARMED MAN (L’Homme Arme)
  2. CALL TO PRAYERS (Adhaan) (Jamal Charkaoui, muezzin)
  3. KYRIE (Laurie Swann, mezzo-soprano)
  5. SANCTUS (text from the Roman Mass, based on Isaiah 6:3 & Revelation 4:8)
  7. CHARGE!
  8. ANGRY FLAMES (Melissa Fonatine, soprano; Karen Sikorski, alto; Rick Clement, tenor; Gerald Yarbray, bass)
  9. TORCHES (text from the Mahabharata, a Hindu religious text)
  10. AGNUS DEI (text from the Roman Mass, based on John 1:29)
  11. NOW THE GUNS HAVE STOPPED (Laurie Swann, mezzo-soprano)
  13. BETTER IS PEACE (Jennifer Johnson, soprano; Karen Sikorski, alto; Rick Clement, tenor; Gerald Yarbray, bass)

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The Armed Man

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A Service of Prayer for Peace ($12)

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A recording of the December 17, 2006 worship service featuring the combined choirs of All Saints’ Episcopal Church. This contemplative and moving worship service was offered by the clergy and choirs of All Saints’ during Advent as a non-partisan prayer for that which is needed most in our warring world: peace in our time. Through music and meditation, participants are invited to listen and pray for those affected by war on all fronts. Included with the CD is the service bulletin with meditations written for each musical selection.

The World Premiere Performance of Douglas Major’s Requiem Mass in C Minor ($20)

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Requiem Mass in C Minor

Recorded live in concert on Friday, October 28, 2005 at All Saints’ Episcopal Church, Atlanta, Georgia

  • Conductor: Douglas Major
  • Choirmaster: Raymond Chenault
  • Organ: Elizabeth Chenault
  • Violin: Peter Ciaschini, Helen Kim
  • Viola: Elizabeth Derderian-Wood
  • Violincello: David Hancock
  • Bass: Emory Clements

"… this work is beautifully crafted… lovely intricate writing… affecting vocal solos. This substantial work, a credit to the All Saints’ music program, should rightfully enter its repertoire."
—The Atlanta-Journal Constitution

Track Listing

  1. REQUIEM AETERNAM (Laurie Burlington, soprano; Karen Sikorski, mezzo-soprano)
  2. KYRIE (Christina Howell, soprano; Nannette Soles, mezzo-soprano; Jared Morrison, tenor; Rob Burlington, baritone)
  4. RECORDARE JESU PIE – CONFUTATIS MALEDICTIS – DIES IRAE (Lisa Hilliard, soprano; James Marshall, baritone)
  6. PIE JESU (DeWayne Trainer, tenor)
  7. VII: OFFERTORIUM (Lisa Hilliard, soprano)
  8. VIII: SANCTUS – BENEDICTUS (Rebecca Arnold, soprano; Nannette Soles, mezzo-soprano; Jared Morrison, tenor; Rob Burlington, baritone)
  10. X. LIBERA ME (Laurie Swann, mezzo-soprano)

(Total Playing Time 48:47)

Oh, Beautiful for Spacious Skies ($17)

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Oh Beautiful for Spacious Skies

"O Beautiful for Spacious Skies" was recorded live at All Saints’ Church on May 19, 2003. An event that was part of All Saints’ Centennial observations, the program features mostly American composers (John Rutter being the exception) and music having strong ties to America. This concert was a celebration in music of our heritage, giving thanks for our freedom in America and underscoring the renewed vigor of patriotic expression by Americans evident after the events beginning with September 11, 2001.

Many of the arrangements are by Mack Wilberg, the celebrated composer/arranger in residence with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir in Salt Lake City. It is easy to recognize his style of writing, which many of us have enjoyed through the many live broadcasts and CDs produced by the Tabernacle Choir in honor of America. The final choral section is meant to give us a sense of yearning for peace, love for the beauty of our earth, and our love of God and country.

The centerpiece of the concert is Rene Clausen’s CRYING FOR A DREAM, a choral commission written for The American Choral Director’s Convention in South Dakota. Written for three choirs, children’s choir, narrators, two pianos, flute and percussion, this moving work is based on Native American writings, particularly those of Chief Seattle. The entire work is a powerful and emotionally moving statement, one which has always been so apparent in the Native American Indian’s spirituality and love, reverence and protection of the earth. This is clearly a musical sermon that is in need of being heard today more than every. Dr. Clausen is one of America’s most celebrated and gifted composers, conductors and choral clinicians. He is the Director of the Concordia Choir of Concordia College, Moorhead, Minnesota.

Track Listing

  1. Saints Bound for Heaven – arr. Mack Wilberg
  2. The King of Love My Shepherd Is (Greg Jordan, solo) – arr. Mack Wilberg
  3. We’ll Shout and Give Him Glory – arr. Mack Wilberg
  4. The Morning Trumpet (Men of the Choir) – arr. Mack Wilberg
  5. The Water is Wide (Men of the Choir) – arr. Mack Wilberg
  6. Hark! I Hear the Harps Eternal (Laurie Burlington, solo) – arr. Alice Parker

    CRYING FOR A DREAM – Rene Clausen

  7. Hear Me, I Will Live
  8. War Song
  9. How Can You Buy the Sky?
  10. Anthen of Peace – arr. Mack Wilberg
  11. Shenandoah (James Marshall, solo) – arr. Linda Spevacek
  12. America the Beautiful – arr. Mack Wilberg
  13. The Battle Hymn of the Republic – arr. John Rutter

Promised Land ($12)

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  • Director: Raymond Chenault, Organist and Choirmaster
  • Accompanist: Elizabeth Chenault, Associate Organist and Choirmaster

“sensitive, delicately textured. …moments of eloquence…”
—American Record Guide

“An almost-all-white choir captures the idiom of the African American spiritual in all of its varying and flexible senses. The entire program is wisely selected and professionally performed. This whole disc is one sheer delight.”
—The Journal of the Association of Anglican Musicians

Track Listing

  1. Witness – arr. Jack Halloran (James Marshall, soloist)
  2. Steal Away – arr. Nicholas White
  3. Do Lord – arr. Norman Luboff
  4. Nobody Knows de Trouble I’ve Seen – arr. H.T. Burleigh (Greg Jordan, tenor)
  5. Born, Born in Bethlehem – arr. Donald Moore (Bobby Johnston, Craig McConnell, soloists)
  6. Peace Like a River – arr. Philip Baker
  7. Wade in the Water – arr. Moses Hogan (Laurie Swann, soloist)
  8. Let Us Break Bread Together – arr. Moses Hogan (James Marshall, baritone)
  9. Deep River – arr. John Barnard
  10. He’s Got the Whole World in His Hands – arr. Margaret Bonds (Melissa Fontaine, soprano)
  11. Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child – arr. Fenno Heath (David Schnell, soloist)
  12. Go Where I Send Thee! – arr. Caldwell & Ivory
  13. Poor Wayfaring Stranger – arr. Victor C. Johnson
  14. Ezekiel Saw de Wheel – arr. William Dawson (Greg Jordan, soloist)
  15. Talk About A Child That Do Love Jesus – arr. Raymond Chenault (Jennifer Jordan, soprano)
  16. Peter Go Ring dem Bells (from Cantata) – John Carter (Laurie Burlington, soloist)
  17. Keep Your Lamps! – arr. Andre Thomas
  18. I Want Jesus to Walk With Me – arr. Raymond Haan
  19. The Battle of Jericho – arr. Moses Hogan
  20. There’s a Man Goin’ Round – arr. Moses Hogan (Greg Jordan, soloist)
  21. Ain-a That Good News – arr.William Dawson

  22. A Christmas Alleluia ($12)

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    • Director: Raymond Chenault, Organist and Choirmaster
    • Accompanist: Elizabeth Chenault, Associate Organist and Choirmaster
    • Harp: Deidre Henson Agustin
    • Chanticleer – Richard Dirksen

    “The contemporary music is mostly unusual and quite interesting. The choir sounds big and quite mellifluous.”
    —American Record Guide

    “The choir is in superb form, with lovely tone, secure pitch, and interpretive sensitivity.”
    —The Journal of the Association of Anglican Musicians

    Track Listing

    1. How Far is it to Bethlehem? – arr. Stephen Paulus (Laurie Burlington, Chad Dyar, soloists)
    2. Long, Long, Ago – Carlisle Floyd
    3. Riu, Riu, Chiu – Spanish Carol, arr. Linda Spevacek-Avery (Alan Clark, Bobby Johnston, Shawn Charton, James Marshall, soloists)
    4. I Sing of a Maiden – Patrick Hadley
    5. Sweet Little Jesus Boy – Robert MacGimsey (Laurie Swann, soloist)
    6. Little Town of Bethlehem – arr. Stephen Paulus
    7. Mary’s Lullaby – Douglas Major (Lisa Hilliard, Jennifer Jordan, soloists)
    8. Alleluia, A Newe Work is Come – Richard Dirksen
    9. Elizabeth’s Song (The Annunciation Story) – Richard Dirksen (Melissa Fontaine, soloist)
    10. The Ship Carol (Jesu Carols) – Stephen Paulus

      A Ceremony of Carols, Opus 28 – Benjamin Britten, sung by treble voices

    11. Processional
    12. Wolcum Yole!
    13. There is No Rose
    14. That Younge Child (Laurie Swann, soloist)
    15. Balulalow (Lisa Hilliard, soloist)
    16. As Dew in Aprille
    17. This Little Babe
    18. Interlude
    19. In Freezing Winter Night (Jennifer Jordan, Holly McCarren, soloists)
    20. Spring Carol (Jennifer Jordan, Holly McCarren, soloists
    21. Deo Gracias
    22. Recessional
    23. He Shall Feed His Flock (Messiah) – G.F. Handel (Laurie Swann, Jennifer Jordan, soloists)
    24. Sleep Little One – Ron Nelson
    25. Joy to the World – arr. John Rutter

    CDs by The Chenaults

    Duo-organists Elizabeth and Raymond Chenault have two CDs currently available.

    Christmas at Spivey Hall ($20)

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    Christmas at Spivey Hall

    “I don’t remember when I have enjoyed a seasonal recording as much as this one. This is a definite must to add to your Christmas listening list!”
    —American Record Guide

    Track Listing

    1. Sleigh Ride – Leroy Anderson
    2. Christmas Fantasy – Charles Callahan
    3. Two Preludes on Christmas Carols
    4. Away in a Manger – Paul Lindsley Thomas
    5. Unto Us a Boy is Born
    6. Fantasia on “Greensleeves” – Philip Moore
    7. Nativity Scenes – Myron Roberts
    8. The Christmas Song – Mel Torme
    9. Carol of the Drum – Katherine Davis
    10. Gesu Bambino – Pietro A. Yon
    11. White Christmas – Irving Berlin
    12. Angels Among Us – Robert Powell
    13. Prelude on “Veni Emmanuel” – Herbert Buffington
    14. A Christmas Fancy on “Bring a Torch” – Jefferson McConnaughey
    15. Go Tell it on the Mountain – Naji Hakim
    16. Toccata on “God Rest You Merry Gentlemen” – Robert Hobby

    20th Century Organ Music for Two, Vol. 2 ($20)

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    20th Century Organ Music for Two, Vol.2

    “The playing here is nothing short of electrifying. There is a clarity of purpose and depth of musicality in every selection. There is nothing superficial in the music or their performance. Their handling of the organ in Washington National Cathedral is first-rate, making full dramatic use of its resources and generous acoustics. A recording I will enjoy for years to come!”
    —American Record Guide

    “As for the playing, the Chenaults’ international reputation is its own recommendation here – yet another feather in the caps of both Gothic Records and the splendid Chenaults.”
    —The Diapason

    “The playing throughout is highly impressive – musical, rhythmical, accurate, and colorful. A record to play again and again.”
    —The Organists Review

    “The Chenaults have extracted every color and nuance from the instrument at the Washington National Cathedral and probed every expressive element of which this instrument and its building in their own duet together are capable.”
    —The Journal of The Association of Anglican Musicians

    “We will certainly rush to see (and hear) the gifted Chenaults with this interesting repertoire.”
    —The American Organist

    Track Listing

    1. Rhapsody – Naji Hakim
    2. Eclogue – Richard Shephard
    3. Allegro for Organ Duet – Philip Moore
    4. The Juggler – Myron Roberts
    5. Sonate a Deux – Gatson Litaize
    6. The Emerald Isle – Charles Callahan
    7. The Stars and Stripes Forever – J.P. Sousa

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