The Dale Warland Singers (DWS) was a 40-voice professional chorus based in St. Paul, Minnesota, founded in 1972 by Dale Warland and disbanded in 2004. They performed a wide variety of choral repertoire but specialized in 20th-century music and commissioned American composers extensively. In terms of sound, the DWS was known for its purity of tone, intonation, legato sound and stylistic range. During their existence, the DWS performed roughly 400 concerts and recorded 29 CDs.
Christmas Traditional. Dale Warland Singers. Hark! the Herald Angels Sing (adapted by W. H. Cummings from Mendelssohn's Festgesang for the Gutenberg Festival). Felix Mendelssohn, Charles Wesley.
Album · 2005 · 4 Songs. Lullay my Liking, Op. 34, No. 2. By Anonymous & Gustav Holst - Dale Warland, David Reece, Gary Wilson & Dale Warland Singers. 26. Jesu Carols: No. The Ship Carol. By Anonymous & Stephen Paulus - Dale Warland, Kathy Kienzle & Dale Warland Singers.
The Herald Angels Sing. It Came Upon The Midnight Clear. We Three Kings Of Orient Are. Stephen Paulus. A collection of stunning arrangements featured on the Dale Warland Singers album "Sing We of Christmas". Hark! The Herald Angels Sing" and "Jesus Christ, The Apple Tree" are a cappella. Related: Choral Christmas Arrangements.
A collection of stunning arrangements featured on the Dale Warland Singers album Sing We of Christmas. God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen Optional tambourine and finger cymbals. Hark! The Herald Angels Sing A cappella. It Came Upon the Midnight Clear Optional flute. Tomorrow Shall Be My Dancing Day Includes harp. Manger Dance (. an) Includes guitar/ finger cymbal accompaniment. Jesus Christ The Apple Tree A cappella. Christmas Lullaby Includes guitar/ finger cymbal accompaniment. Ding Dong! Merrily On High! Includes flute part
Top Songs Dale Warland Singers. Johnny Has Gone for a Soldier. Blue Wheat: A Harvest of American Folk Songs.
The Dale Warland Singers CDs are among the best selling American choral CDs in recent history. This CD is a "volume 2" of their best seller, Blue Wheat, issued previously on ACC. Based in Minneapolis/St. Paul, the Dale Warland Singers were recognized as one of the worlds foremost a cappella choral ensembles. This 40-voice professional choir recently celebrated its 31st and final season of concerts, tours, radio broadcasts, and critically acclaimed recordings, following the retirement of founder and director Dale Warland.