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Album: The Siren's Call

Artist: Chanticleer

  • Genre: Classical
  • Release Date: 2013
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 15

  • Copyright: ℗ 2013 Chanticleer Records

Tracklist For The Siren's Call By Artist Chanticleer

Title Artist Time
Quand'havra fin' amore Chanticleer 2:16 USD 0.99
Hymni totius anni: No. 16, Ave Chanticleer 5:38 USD 0.99
Luci serene e chiare Chanticleer 3:25 USD 0.99
O dolorosa gioia Chanticleer 3:10 USD 0.99
En douleur et tristesse Chanticleer 4:00 USD 0.99
Album for Male Voices, Op. 30: Chanticleer 2:19 USD 0.99
Partsongs from The Greek Antho Chanticleer 1:25 USD 0.99
I Hear the Siren's Call Chanticleer 2:22 USD 0.99
Sirens: II. Die Lorelei Chanticleer 5:51 USD 0.99
Canticum Calamitatis Maritimae Chanticleer 10:55 USD Album Only
Amhran na Gaoithe Chanticleer 4:40 USD 0.99
Hinbarra Chanticleer 3:11 USD 0.99
Sohran bushi (Arr. O. Shimizu Chanticleer 2:05 USD 0.99
Temptation (Arr. V. Peterson) Chanticleer 4:44 USD 0.99
Somebody to Love (Arr. V. Pete Chanticleer 4:26 USD 0.99

Reviews For The Siren's Call By Artist Chanticleer

  • At the top for a reason

    By mojangles
    Chanticleer stays at the top for a reason. Everything they do, they do well nigh perfectly. Their immaculate musicianship and incredibly flexible virtuosity is especially evident in this collection of works ranging from polished performances of Palestrina and Gesualdo to world sounds from the likes of Chen Yi and on to pitch-perfect arrangements of Tom Waits and Queen songs. Their interpretation of Mason Bates' 'Die Lorelei' is a particular favorite of mine.
  • More Chanticleer!

    By JennyRebSmith
    These are wonderful recordings from live concerts! Such musicianship!

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