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The Mormon Tabernacle Choir Live In Australia (1988)

This recording presents highlights of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir concerts at the Sydney Opera House on July 1, 2, and 3, 1988. The Choir toured Australia as part of Australia's Bicentennial celebrations during June and July of 1988 receiving critical acclaim from audiences throughout the country in their first tour "downunder."

  • Language English
  • Media Types LP

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  1. TracksTrack TitleTrack Time
  2. 01 Glorious Everlasting 2:54
    Music By
    M. Thomas Cousings
  3. 02 Psalm 148 4:55
    Music By
    Gustav Holst
  4. 03 The Road Not Taken 5:03
    Music By
    Randall Thompson
    Lyrics By
    Robert Frost
  5. 04 The Pasture 2:44
    Music By
    Randall Thompson
    Lyrics By
    Robert Frost
  6. 05 Hospodi Pomilui 1:51
    Music By
    S.V Lvovsky
  7. 06 Glory (Slava) 4:02
    Music By
    N, Rimsky-Korsakoff
  8. 07 Jubilate Deo Omnis Terra 4:37
    Music By
    Flor Peeters
  9. 08 Deep River 2:51
  10. 09 Climb Ev'ry Mountain 3:05
    Music By
    Richard Rogers
  11. 10 On a Clear Day 3:53
    Music By
    B. Lane
  12. 11 Born Free 3:28
    Music By
    J. Barry
  13. 12 Ching-a-Ring Chaw 1:52
    Ad. and arr. by Aaron Copland and Irving Fine
  14. 13 America, the Greatest and Best (Medley) 4:12
  15. 14 Waltzing Matilda 3:44
  16. 15 Battle Hymn of the Republic 5:28


Dr Jerold Ottley, Director
Dr Donald Ripplinger, Associate Director
Dr Robert Cundick, Organist
Dr John Longhurst, Organist
The Brigham Young University Faculty Brass and Percussion Ensemble

1988 Austrailian Broadcastion Corporation
Sound Recording by ABC Records (836 508-1)

Also released on CD with two additional selections:
Choose Something Like A Star (Randall Thompson),
Holy Radiant Light (Alexandre Gretchaninoff)