"May the music we create and stimulate in others
build the peace that all ultimately crave."
We are making recordings of selected portions of our concerts available to you. Chor Anno was founded in 2009. Each of the links to the right take you to a few selections from each of our concert years. You will also find the lyrics to most of our choral works. Choral composers, for hundreds of years, often overlap or reiterate words or phrases of their texts. You will sometimes find it easier to understand the poetry/lyrics by having the words in front of you. We hope you enjoy our music!
Videos and individual songs - FREE
Chor Anno's first concert was in 2009. We sing one concert program each year. A portion of each program can be heard by clicking on the year below.
(All works are in alphabetical order, not in order of programming.) Clicking on the underlined year below opens a page listing a few selections from that year. These are unedited tracks and you'll hear them just as they were performed at that time.
VIDEOS OF SPECIFIC PERFORMANCES
VIDEO - The Hope of Loving by Jake Runestad (performed September 19, 2019 at Longview Community Church, Longview, WA (Soloists: Molly Holleran, soprano and Reg Unterseher, Baritone, with string quartet of Matt Mandrones, Darrell Hunt, Stephen Meharg, and Tom Walworth. Conducted by Dr. Nicole Lamartine.
VIDEO - O Love by Elaine Hagenberg (performed September 19, 2019 at Longview Community Church, Longview, WA (Tom Walworth, Cello, Brian Hoskins, Piano) Conducted by J. Howard Meharg, Founder of Chor Anno.
VIDEO! - Os justi meditabitur - Anton Bruckner (as performed in Holy Redeemer Catholic Church, Vancouver, WA, September, 2018)
All recordings on this page are from live performance videos (free)
Unclouded Day (Arr. Shawn Kirchner) and I Sing Because I'm Happy (Arr. by Rollo Dilworth)
Tell My Father (men of Chor Anno) with soloist Reg Unterseher and
violist Stephen Meharg (from the musical "The Civil War," arr. Andrea Ramsey
Come Dwell in Solomon's Walls (full choir) Randall Stroope
Shenandoah, arr. Richard Nance