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Those Who See Light
Alternative Title
Those Who See Light: Music from the Oakland Cathedral
St. Francis de Sales Cathedral Choir and Ensemble
Osuna, E. Donald
Probst, John
McDonnell, John L
Franek, Melissa
Date Created and/or Issued
Publication Information
Cathedral Records
Contributing Institution
Oakland Public Library, Oakland History Center
California Revealed from Oakland History Center, Oakland Public Library
Rights Information
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St. Francis de Sales was chosen as the cathedral for the newly formed Roman Catholic diocese of Oakland in 1966. Its young curates sought to revive the liturgy by adding music that drew on everything from Gregorian chants to folk and rock music. This album features new sacred music by young composers. Full track listing and cover images available upon request.
Those Who See Light music from the Oakland Cathedral performed by St. Francis de Sales Cathedral Choir and Ensemble Recorded at the Center for Contemporary Music, Mills College, Oakland, California, October 10-12.
Vinyl recording
Gospel Music
1 Disc of 1
782.3 SAINT
Choral music
Choirs (Music)--California--Oakland
St. Francis de Sales Cathedral Choir and Ensemble
Oakland History Center, Oakland Public Library
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