Share Love Today
SHARE LOVE TODAY 1. IT SHOULD BE THAT WAY (3:14) by G. Gesualdo; R. Hrabluk; T. Kriegl VOCALS: Sydney Bomek; Sarah Lacey. GUITAR: Gabriela Gesualdo; Robert Hrabluk; Tiana Kriegl; Sarah Lacey; Bella Pisapia; Austin Siragusa; Ryan Waschuk. BASS: Robert Hrabluk. 2. SHARE LOVE TODAY (4:40) by R. Hrabluk VOCALS (in order of appearance): Sydney Bomek/Sarah Lacey; Anna Benko/Helena McFeetors; Jacqueline Matskiv/Elise Jochem; Gabriela Gesualdo/Tiana Kriegl; Alexa Peterson/Shanelle Quach; Katelyn Campbell/Vanessa Stewart; Kaylee Fyke/Madison Fines. SPOKEN WORD VOCALS: Hailey Schaus/Emily Klukas/Katie Simpson/Tasha Bachinski/Bella Pisapia. PIANO/BASS/BACKGROUND VOCALS: Robert Hrabluk. ALTO SAXOPHONE: Tasha Bachinski; Bella Pisapia; Katie Simpson. BARITONE SAXOPHONE: Max Goertzen. CLARINET: Elissa Aisicovich; Kennedy Irvine. DRUMS: Kurt Krezanski. FLUTE: Zoe Choptain; Rishma Jaryal; Emily Klukas. GUITAR: Dana Coleman; Sarah Vouillon. 3. CHANGING THIS WHOLE WORLD AROUND (4:01) by G. Gesualdo; R. Hrabluk; T. Kriegl VOCALS: Gabriela Gesualdo; Tiana Kriegl. GUITAR: Gabriela Gesualdo; Robert Hrabluk; Tiana Kriegl. BASS: Robert Hrabluk. Recorded at Nordale School in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada on March 13, 2011. Engineer: Kurt Krezanski The proceeds raised from this CD will benefit 'The Canadian Museum For Human Rights' & 'Fisher Branch Kalagala High School' (Mpigi, Uganda, AFRICA). Thank you to all the staff & students at Nordale School & Island Lakes Community School for their ongoing support in building our music community. A special thanks to Al Friesen (Nordale Principal), Ken Bartel (Island Lakes Principal), Karen Yamada (Island Lakes Vice Principal), & Karen Tole-Henderson (Louis Riel School Division Music Coordinator) for their belief in this project. A loving thanks to Gabriela Gesualdo & Tiana Kriegl for inspiring this project & writing two songs from their hearts. A big thank you to our engineer Kurt Krezanski, who made this project come alive. Thank you to all of the parent volunteer drivers who made time to transport students. The Royal Winnipeg Ballet deserves a huge note of gratitude for their transportation and scheduling efforts during this project. In the summer of 2010, I taught at a school in Mpigi, Uganda, (AFRICA). While there, I discovered that the most relevant life lessons are the ones that are learned by an entire community. It does indeed take a village to raise a child and I feel the real reward comes when that child begins to share the lessons learned. I feel that this project is an expression of that statement. ~ Robert Hrabluk (Band Teacher at Nordale School & Guitar Teacher at Island Lakes Community School) Copyright 2011 (Filed Under CIPO) All Rights Reserved.