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1. Battle-Flags (Version for Choir and 2 Pianos) [07:36]
2. I. Selig Sind, Die Da Leid Tragen [09:30]
3. II. Denn Alles Fleisch Es Ist Wie Gras [12:49]
4. III. Herr, Lehre Doch Mich [08:51]
5. IV. Wie Lieblich Sind Deine Wohnungen [05:15]
6. V. Ihr Habt Nun Traurigkeit [06:13]
7. VI. Denn Wir Haben Hie Keine Bleibende Statt [10:52]
8. VII. Selig Sind Die Toten [10:07]
9. Fire-Flowers [07:34

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Luminous Voices presents Brahms' "Ein deutsches Requiem" alongside contemporary pieces by Zachary Wadsworth in the album 'Fire-Flowers.' Exploring themes of loss, grief, and hope, the album is led by Timothy Shantz. Laura Brandt (soprano), Jonathon Adams (baritone), Cheryl Emery-Karapita (piano), and Leanne Regehr (piano) collaborated to bring these pieces to life. Wadsworth's "Battle-Flags," is inspired by Walt Whitman's Civil War experiences. Brahms' iconic Requiem reflects personal tragedies and calls for empathy. The album concludes with "Fire-Flowers," where Wadsworth captures E. Pauline Johnson's poem in a musical tale of optimism and renewal

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