The long awaited book celebrating Cincinnati's Choral Tradition is now available from the publisher.
A CITY THAT SINGS: Cincinnati’s Choral Tradition 1800- 2012
By Catherine Roma
A City That Sings: Cincinnati’s Choral Tradition 1800- 2012 is the first full-length chronicle of the Queen City’s contributions to choral music.
It is a story of church choirs and community choruses, of concert halls and lavish festivals, of education and performance. But most of all it is about the everyday people who gave their souls and voices to found and continue a choral tradition.
The four authors dedicate this book to thousands of Cincinnati singers of all musical and ethnic backgrounds who have raised their voices in song over the past two centuries to create the rich tradition detailed within these covers.
ISBN 978-1933197-906 • 5 x 5 • Hardcover • 13 pages • $6.99
ISBN 978-1933197-913 • 8.5 x 11 • Hardcover • 256 pages • $34.95