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AMASONG's second album Amai, released in 1999. AMASONG's repertoire is heavily inspired by folk music from various global cultural traditions, music written by women, and other genres of music reflecting women's life experiences. AMASONG's third album Laulu Voim: The Power of Song, released in 2003. 1999, GLAMA award for Best Choral Group-For Shenandoah, an American folk song arranged by Kristina Boerger for a cappella chorus.
Amai is the recipient of two GLAMA (Gay and Lesbian Music Awards) awards. Shenandoah, Winner for Best Choral Performance and Draum om Nedsnodde Bruer, Kristina Boerger, Amasong's founding director, brought home the award for Best Contemporary Classical Composer. Amai means "mother" and "woman". AMASONG records and performs regularly. It is now under the direction of choir director, Jill Crandall. Past directors include Meagan Johnson, Esther Gille, Margot Rejskind, and Deborah Skydell.
AMASONG is a GLAMA (Gay and Lesbian American Music Award) award-winning lesbian-feminist amateur choir based in Champaign-Urbana, Illinois. The group was created by its founding director Kristina Boerger in 1990. The AMASONG choral group is a highly trained chorus of about 60 women who perform women-oriented, folkloric and classical music
Amasong is a 60 women strong Premier Lesbian/Feminist chorus from Champaign-Urbana, Illinois. Graced with traditional arrangements from around the world, this CD is both enjoyable and educational. Intense emotion and sensitivity are generated.
AMASONG announces the release of a new album of live concert recordings! Everything She Touches Changes includes music sung from 2009 to 2012 under director Meagan Smith. The album celebrates the power of change and the strength of women as creators and transformers. The CD package features details from a stunning art quilt by Nina Paley. All tracks were recorded live in McKinley Presbyterian Church.
|1||Blood and Gold Jane Cassidy / Andy Irvine||Amasong||3:58|
|2||Women of Ireland (Mná na h-Eireann)||Amasong||3:32|
|Songs from the Sea|
|3||Älä tuule tyttö tuuli Aulis Sallinen||Amasong||2:32|
|4||Sympaatti Aulis Sallinen||Amasong||1:22|
|5||En minä meryttä kittä Aulis Sallinen||Amasong||1:49|
|6||Hyvästi, kultaseni Aulis Sallinen||Amasong||2:45|
|7||Draum om Nedsnødde Bruer (Dream of Snow-covered Bridges) Tarjei Vesaas||Amasong||5:03|
|8||Orientis partibus (conduit)||Amasong||2:27|
|9||There Is No Rose Chester L. Alwes||Amasong||4:49|
|The Muse, the Stove, and the Willow Plate, for women's chorus|
|Russian Peasant Songs (4), for female chorus ("The Saucers")|
|11||I. U spassa v'Chigisach Igor Stravinsky||Amasong||0:38|
|12||II. Ovseñ ya tyetyeru goniu Igor Stravinsky||Amasong||0:33|
|13||III. Shchuka shla iz Novagoroda Igor Stravinsky||Amasong||0:50|
|14||IV. Uzh kak vwishla puzhishchye Igor Stravinsky||Amasong||1:15|
|15||On Suuri sun Rantas Autius (How Lonely Is Your Shore)||Amasong||2:56|
|16||Fisher Lid (Fisherman's Song) Traditional||Amasong||3:00|
|17||J'ai Fait Mon Idée (I've Made Up My Mind) La Danse de Mardi Gras (The Mardi Gras Dance)||Amasong||3:25|
|18||We Will Walk with Mother and Mourn (Shaker Gift Song from Shaker Suite)||Amasong||2:51|
|19||Cradle Me, for soloist & chorus Deborah Dougherty-Harris||Amasong||4:45|
|20||All Is Well (Shape note hymn from The Sacred Harp) J.T. White||Amasong||3:20|
|21||Shenandoah, folk song Johnny Smith / Traditional||Amasong||5:19|
|22||Keep Your Lamps!||Amasong||5:08|
|23||Job, Job Traditional||Amasong||3:13|
Recording location: McKinley Presbyterian Church, Champaign, IL
Genre: Easy Listening
Size MP3: 1743 mb
Size FLAC: 1739 mb
Rating: 4.7 / 5
Other Formats: APE ASF XM TTA FLAC RA