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“In the history of the world, there has never been a CD like this. The entire CD (Soprano, Alto, Tenor, & Bass) was
recorded by one phenomenally gifted singer, and his name is Matthew J. Curtis.”
—Jeff Ostrowski

1. Lux Aurumque (Eric Whitacre)    •     2. Jubilate Deo (Giovanni Gabrieli)
3. Ye Shall have a Song (Randall Thompson)    •     4. Verily, verily I say unto you (Thomas Tallis)
5. Crucifixus (Antonio Lotti)    •     6. Beati quorum via (Charles Stanford)
7. Sing Joyfully (William Byrd)    •     8. O nata lux (Morten Lauridsen)
9. Tenebrae factae sunt (Marco Ingegneri)    •     10. A Hymn to the Virgin (Benjamin Britten)
11. Justorum animae (Charles Stanford)    •     12. Rorate caeli (Leo Nestor)
13. O Light of Light (David Ashley White)    •     14. Jesu, the very thought of Thee (Richard Proulx)
15. Ave Maria (Franz Biebl) is an educational resource for choral singers and musicians offering a professional interpretation of the music and a listening guide with real singing to speed up the learning process all sung by Matthew Curtis. contains over 65 pieces of choral music, 75 Gregorian chants and over 650 free practice videos.  Sign yourself or your choir up today to access premium content! also contains score downloads, audio/video downloads, and program notes.  The tracks included on this CD are the Balanced Voice practice tracks for each piece of music.  Visit to find part predominant, part muted, and part left practice tracks for each voice part of each piece.  Subscribe to ChoralTracks on YouTube and “like” ChoralTracks on Facebook.

MATTHEW CURTIS, tenor, is excited to be in his third year with Grammy award-winning Chanticleer. Matthew sings tenor and serves as the groups Assistant Music Director. He also sang with the internationally acclaimed Rose Ensemble in 2009 and the Santa Fe Desert Chorale for one summer in 2009. Matthew began singing choral music at age 7 with the La Crosse Boychoir and sang with the Cathedral of St. Joseph the Workman Gallery Singers for 9 years beginning in 1999.