Arranged by Patrick Sinozich and Max Janowski. Choral. A Cappella, Sacred. Choral. 18 pages. Published by Transcontinental Music (HX.297747).
- Artist: Patrick Sinozich
- Format: Choral
- Genre: A Cappella,Sacred
- Lead Time: Available Instantly
- Publisher: Transcontinental Music
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Cedille Records () is the independent record label of the Chicago Classical Recording Foundation.
In 1989, James Ginsburg, the son of U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, founded Cedille Records as a for-profit classical music recording company featuring Chicago-area musicians. Ginsburg’s vision for Cedille was “to record local musicians overlooked by the major labels.” Cedille was and remains the only Chicago-based classical label since Mercury Living Presence in the 1950s. In 1994, Cedille was transformed into a not-for-profit record label under the umbrella of the Chicago Classical Recording Foundation.The label’s releases included The Pulitzer Project, an album featuring Chicago’s Grant Park Symphony Orchestra which includes two world premier recordings: William Schuman’s “A Free Song” (Pulitzer 1943) and Leo Sowerby’s “Canticle of the Sun” (Pulitzer 1946).
Several CDs released on the label have won or been nominated for Grammy Awards. In 2004 Brahms & Joachim Violin Concertos was nominated for the Grammy Award for Best Engineered Album, Classical and in 2005 Robert Kurka Symphonic Works was nominated in the same category. In 2008 the ensemble eighth blackbird won the Grammy Award for Best Chamber Music Performance for their album strange imaginary animals.