American composer, organist and harpsichordist, Daniel Pinkham
(1923-2006) studied the Organ and music theory at Phillips Academy in Andover before studying at Harvard. His Christmas Cantata
is an exciting addition to the choral repertoire.
His compositions varied from symphonies to art songs, althought predominantly his music was religious in nature, frequently incorporating a choir and Organ. Christmas Cantata
''s influence of 20th-Century trends, often embracing plainchant, joining Stravinsky and Hindemith''s revival of early music. For all aspiring choirs seeking varied modern repertoire, Christmas Cantata
provides an exciting performance work. More