Finding Harmony

“Singing together binds us together. From the Protestant Reformation in
Europe during the 1500s to the U.S. Civil Rights Movement, there have
been countless moments in history when songs have united nations, cultures and causes.
This is still the case in today’s world. Finding Harmony is evidence that music has always
been our common language. A unique collection of pieces that span the globe – including
music that’s too often forgotten – each song is the key to a powerful true story about who
we are and how we’ve got here. Together, Finding Harmony proves how deeply we can be
moved by all kinds of stories when songs connect us to them, and to each other.”

The King’s Singers


1. One day – Michel Legrand, arr. Richard Rodney Bennett
2. If I can help somebody – Alma Androzzo, arr. Stacey V. Gibbs
3. S’Dremlen feygl – Leyb Yampolsky/Lea Rudnicka, arr. Toby Young
4. Tsintskaro – Traditional
5. Bread and roses – Mimi Fariña/James Oppenheim, arr. Rebecca Dale
6. Heliseb väljadel – Urmas Sisask
7. Mu isamaa on minu arm – Gustav Ernesaks
8. Cielito lindo – Quirino Mendoza y Cortés, arr. Jorge Cózatl
9. Ein feste Burg – Martin Luther, arr. Johann Sebastian Bach
10. Ne irascaris, Domine – Civitas sancti tui – William Byrd
11. Praying – Kesha, arr. Rebecca Dale
12. Puirt a’ bheul (Mouth Music) – Traditional, arr. Daryl Runswick
13. O, chì, chì ma ni mòrbheanna – John Cameron, arr. James MacMillan
14. Shen khar venakhi – Traditional/King Demetrius I of Georgia
15. Ayihlome/Qula kwedini – Traditional, arr. Neo Muyanga
16. Nkosi Sikelel’ iAfrika – Enoch Sontonga, arr. Neo Muyanga
17. One last time – Ariana Grande, arr. Richard Wilberforce
18. Strange fruit – Abel Meeropol, arr. Stacey V. Gibbs
19. This little light of mine – Harry Dixon Loes, arr. Stacey V. Gibbs

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