Cantorae St. Augustine on the Camp-Meeting Trail

In our May concert, we concluded with a rousing shape-note tune by a contemporary composer. Aldo Thomas Ceresa's Oneida is a delight to sing – and the audience was delighted as well. 



I'm happy to share an mp3 we made of the tune and encourage you to learn more about contemporary shape-note music.

Some people say I'm a "sacred music omnivore."  Well, I have a varied diet and I always have a good time.

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About Mary Jane Ballou

Mary Jane Ballou’s life in sacred music began in a children’s choir at the age of three. Instrumental music waited until her piano lessons started in primary school. And her music life remains a joyous pairing of sacred vocal music and the instrumental repertoire of Spain, Ireland, and Scotland.

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