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Dordt College Concert Choir, directed by Dr. Benjamin Kornelis - Spring Tour - March 14, 2008 - DeMotte, IN.
Alleluia Alto Part.
Warm up before singing this one! I should have :)
Celebrating the 71st anniversary of Randall Thompson's "Alleluia," first performed on July 8, 1940 at the Berkshire Music Center at Tanglewood under the dire...
"Alleluia" by Randall Thompson (1899 - 1984), performed by the South Dakota State University Concert Choir at the Spring Festival of Music at the Performing ...
Randal Thompson's 'Alleluia' as performed by the OU University Chorale at the OU Hymn Fest, Sept. 2012.
This song was performed by Phileo chorale in the contemporary category of 2000 national church choir competition in Petra Christian University, Surabaya, Ind...
Randall Thompson Alleluia, Bass Part.
The Hartford Chorale sings Randall Thompson Alleluia.
Guest conductor Shannon Chase of the Rutgers University leads the 2014 NH All State Women's Choir in Randall Thompson's Alleluia at the Capital Center for th...
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