Annotation

Tracks 01-05: Part I: Day
Tracks 06-08: Part II: Night
Tracks 09-12: Part III: Dawn

The composer and producer, Christopher Tin, has a three very interesting blog posts (part 1, part 2, part 3) about the December 2007 orchestra recording session for this Release. He also has an "Album" category on his blog which tells further stories about it.

Annotation last modified on 2009-11-18 08:04 UTC.

Tracklist

CD 1
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Baba yetu Christopher Tin feat. Soweto Gospel Choir 4 3:29
2 Mado kara mieru Christopher Tin feat. Lia, Aoi Tada & Kaori Omura 3.65 4:45
3 Dao zai fan ye Christopher Tin feat. Jia Ruhan 3.35 3:15
4 Se é pra vir que venha Christopher Tin feat. Dulce Pontes 3.35 4:14
5 Rassemblons-nous Christopher Tin 3 4:27
6 Lux aeterna Christopher Tin 3 3:59
7 Caoineadh Christopher Tin feat. Anonymous 4 3 5:44
8 Hymn do trójcy świętej Christopher Tin feat. Frederica von Stade 3.65 6:48
9 Hayom kadosh Christopher Tin 3.35 1:45
10 Hamsáfár Christopher Tin feat. Sussan Deyhim 3.35 2:52
11 Sukla-krsne Christopher Tin 3.65 2:01
12 Kia hora te marino Christopher Tin 4 3:18

Credits

CD 1

chorus master:
Mark Ford (UK organist, Purcell Singers founder, active 1990's-2000's) (2007-12-18) (track 8)
composer:
Christopher Tin (2006-01 – 2007-12) (tracks 1–12)
conductor:
Lucas Richman (Orchestral conductor, active in 2000's.) (2007-12-18) (tracks 1–12)
guest choir vocals:
Anonymous 4 (vocal quartet specialising in medieval chant and polyphony) (track 7)
The Purcell Singers (founded 1994, Mark Ford) (2007-12-18) (track 8)
guest lead vocals:
Misha Chowdhury (California vocalist active in the 2000's) (track 11)
Sussan Deyhim (track 10)
Jacqueline Horner (track 7)
Jerome Kavanagh (Maori vocalist active in London in 2000's) (track 12)
Lia (Japanese singer) (track 2)
Roopa Mahadevan (Indian-American vocalist active in 2000's) (track 11)
Cait McWhir (track 9)
大村香織 (Japanese singer active in 2000's) (track 2)
Dulce Pontes (track 4)
Ron Ragin (track 1)
Frederica von Stade (mezzo-soprano) (track 8)
多田葵 (track 2)
Maurice Williams ("Soso", Montréal-based singer active in 2000's) (2009-07-23) (track 5)
guest soprano vocals:
Jia Ruhan (Chinese-born soprano active in the 2000's) (track 3)
orchestra:
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (2007-12-18) (tracks 1–12)
producer:
Christopher Tin (2007 – 2009-10-01) (tracks 1–12)
sampled by:
part of:
Sid Meier's Civilization IV (video game soundtrack) (track 1)
recording of:
Baba Yetu (track 1)
Caoineadh (track 7)
Dao Zai Fan Ye (track 3)
Hamsáfár (track 10)
Hayom Kadosh (track 9)
Kia Hora Te Marino (track 12)
Lux Aeterna (track 6)
Mado Kara Mieru (track 2)
Rassemblons-Nous (track 5)
Sukla-Krsne (track 11)
version of:

Release Group

Wikipedia:en: Calling All Dawns [info]
Wikidata:Q12062729 [info]