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Our recording Legacy, consists of an eclectic set of music including traditional, Christmas and patriotic songs. We recorded at four different Trenton sites: Sacred Heart Church, Ellarslie Museum, Trinity Episcopal Cathedral and the William Trent House. Each of these acoustically rich venues provided us with a wonderful environment for inspired musical performances. This was combined with the incredible directing and conducting of Richard M. Loatman and the masterful recording of John Baker of Princeton.

Sample Audio from Legacy

Legacy-2014-Track-19.mp3Beth Meagher, Mezzo Soprano solo
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Christmas Compilation from Legacy 2014 CDCapital Singers of Trenton
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Echoes of Christmas — A Choral Tapestry Recorded at Sacred Heart Church on January 19, 2014

  1. The Song of Peace Christiansen
    Narration, Maureen A. West, narrator
  2. Veni, Veni Emmanuel Chant
  3. Remember, O Thou Man Ravenscroft
  4. Coventry Carol Traditional
  5. Psallite Praetorius
  6. Lo, How a Rose E’re Blooming Praetorius
  7. In the Bleak Mid-Winter Holst
  8. The Winter’s Night Myers
  9. Go Tell It On the Mountain Work
    Deborah Ford, mezzo-soprano
Songs of Faith and Unity Recorded at Trinity Episcopal Cathedral on May 23, 2014
  1. Steal Away arr. Howard
    Ellen J. Dondero, conductor
    Narration, Michael Thomas Kownacky, narrator
  2. To Music D.S. York
  3. Hineh Mah Tov Bernstein
  4. Amazing Grace arr. Loatman
    Elizabeth M. Meagher, mezzo-soprano
  5. One Voice J. Martin
    Deborah Ford, mezzo-soprano
    Louis F. Goldberg, piano
“Lighter Fare” Recorded at Trenton City Museum, Ellarslie on June 22, 2014
  1. Weep, O Mine Eyes Bennet
    Narration, David J. Abers, narrator
  2. Sing We and Chant It Morley
  3. The Dance Schubert
    Richard M. Loatman, piano
  4. Songs of Love (Liebeslieder) Brahms
    (Four selections from Op. 52 and 65)
    Richard M. Loatman, piano
  5. When I Hear Music M.G.Martin
  6. Someone to Watch Over Me Gershwin/Althouse
    Nora M. Walsh, Gregory Nawrocik, Kristin Keenan, soloists
    Richard D. Ludlum, piano
Songs of the Revolution Recorded at the William Trent House on September 28, 2014
  1. Narration, Marge Caldwell-Wilson, narrator
    The Star Spangled Banner refrain arr. Loatman
  2. Songs of the American Revolution arr. Loatman
    Howard Rees, percussion
  3. David’s Lamentation Billings
  4. George Washington British, 1750’s
  5. White Cockade Scottish, 1740’s
    Sr. Teresa Haug, IHM, flute
  6. Shoshone Love Song Emerson
    Richard M. Loatman, piano
  7. Black Is the Color of My True Love’s Hair arr. Loatman
  8. America, the Beautiful arr. Loatman


I, Too

by Undine Smith Moore. Text by Langston Hughes.


Performed by Capital Singers of Trenton, Westminster Jubilee Singers, and the Morristown High School Chorale
Carlos Eduardo DaCosta, Video Engineer.

David's Lamentation

by William Billings.


Video recorded live at Princeton Abbey, April 2017
Brian Dixon, Videographer.

Capital Singers of Trenton

Brian Dixon, Videographer.

A video from 2014 about the Capital Singers of Trenton and our group's rich history. 

One World

by Mark Hayes

Conducted by Richard M. Loatman.

Performed at the Masonic Temple, Barracks Street, Trenton, NJ. December 28, 2014.

Recorded and edited by Scott Miller of Exit 7A Creative Services. Additional footage from the 1st & 2nd Battles of Trenton re-enactments, by Scott Miller and Anthony Catanese, December 27, 2014.



Enjoys these slideshows of photos through the years, set to sounds of Capital Singers of Trenton.

10th Anniversary Slideshow

From the 10th Anniversary Gala


Michael Praetorius

Remember, O Thou Man

Thomas Ravenscroft

Lo, How A Rose E'er Blooming

Michael Praetorius

Coventry Carol


Veni, Veni Emmanuel