Thursday, October 26, 2017

The Rideau Carol, new for Canada 150 and our 40th - Youtube video

David Rain, composer and his muse, The Rideau Falls, Ottawa (photo, David Rain)
Ottawa choir, The Stairwell Carollers sing The Rideau Carol, a brand new contemporary piece composed by one of our tenors, David Rain.

The carol was inspired by the magnificent Rideau Falls here in our Nation's Capitol.  David encounters the Falls each day on his practice runs training for marathon runs - usually for charity.

The song starts with the sounds of the Falls -- Chut, chut, chut, chut, chut... and goes on to celebrate various seasonal aspects of the beautiful and historic city of Ottawa, Canada.

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Audio: Tom Barnes.  Recorded at Knox Presbyterian Church, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, Dec 16th, 2016.
Videographers: Gert-Jan van Heuzen, Andrew Mason
Editing: Pierre Massie

If you adore our music as much as we love singing it, you can DONATE to our 40th fundraising goal of $15,000 to celebrate this milestone!  All Donations receive a charitable tax receipt !

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About The Stairwell Carollers:

Pierre Massie started our a cappella choir in 1977 while a music student at Ottawa University. The Stairwell Carollers are ranked with the best of Ontario choirs, winning both the 2010 and 2013 Ontario Music Festival Association competitions. 

A registered Canadian charity, we help local charities with our concert, CD and cookbook sales.

Please DONATE to for our 40th year events! 
All Donations receive a charitable receipt.

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