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  Series Title: Classical Masters Series - C.A.N. Enterprises

Song Title Composer(s) Arranger(s) Octaves
  Ave Verum Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus Doran, Tim & Price, Betty J. 2
Review: "Ave Verum" is a short Eucharistic hymn dating from the 14th century. It has been set to music by various composers but Mozart's rendition is perhaps the best known of all.
  Canon In D Pachelbel, Johann Doran, Tim & Price, Betty J. 2
Review: Written as chamber music, Pachelbel's "Canon in D" experienced an enormous surge in popularity in the 1970's. It has become one of the most recognized musical compositions and is widely used in many venues.
  Classical Masters Volume 1 Various Doran, Tim & Price, Betty J. 2-3
Review: This collection of music by some of the greatest composers includes fully orchestrated accompaniment tracks that can be used for performance as well as rehearsal.
  Easy Classical Masters Various Doran, Tim & Price, Betty J. 2
Review: This collection of music by some of the greatest composers is designed for ease of ringing by a novice as well as providing the ability for an experienced ringer to prepare a piece quickly.
  Going Home Dvorak, Antonin Leopold Doran, Tim & Price, Betty J. 2
Review: "Going Home" is a movement from Symphony No. 9 in E Minor "From the New World" that was commissioned by The New York Philharmonic. This is by far Dvorak's most popular symphony.
  Hallelujah Chorus Handel, George Frideric Doran, Tim & Price, Betty J. 2
Review: The "Hallelujah Chorus", is a movement from "Messiah", a three-part work depicting the life of Christ: His passion, Resurrection and Ascension, and events chronicled in Revelation.
  How Lovely Is Thy Dwelling Place Brahms, Johann Doran, Tim & Price, Betty J. 3
Review: "How Lovely Is Thy Dwelling Place" is one of seven movements from the large scale work "A German Requiem" written for choir, orchestra and soloists.
  Ode to Joy Beethoven, Ludwig van Doran, Tim & Price, Betty J. 2
Review: "Ode to Joy", also widely know as "Joyful, Joyful", is an ode celebrating the ideal of unity and brotherhood of all mankind. It is the final movement of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony that was the final complete symphony he composed.
  On the Beautiful Blue Danube Strauss, Johann Doran, Tim & Price, Betty J. 2
Review: World renowned for his composition of Viennese waltzes, "On the Beautiful Blue Danube" is one of Johann Strauss II's most famous.
  O Rest In the Lord Mendelssohn, Felix Doran, Tim & Price, Betty J. 2
Review: Mendelssohn had long contemplated the idea of an oratorio dealing with Elijah. The beautiful music of "O Rest in the Lord" is one of the movements in this oratorio.
  Swan, The Saint-Saens, Camille Doran, Tim & Price, Betty J. 2
Review: "The Swan" is the only movement from the "Carnival of the Animals" that Saint-Saens would allow to be played in public during his lifetime as he thought the remaining movements were too frivolous and would damage his reputation as a serious composer.