Home ] Order Form ]



Recorded live at Xavier Chapel, Melbourne, Australia 1999

'Click' on picture for more information

JULY 2001 - Now Available - Music CD #2 WINGS TO HEAVEN
(see below)

Music CD #1


A Sample of the Tracks on this CD is provided below
(For these sample tracks -- the audio quality is
purposely lowered slightly to keep file size small)

To listen to these tracks -- QuickTime Player is required. If you do not already have this Player, please download the latest version:
QuickTime Player

Ave Maria (Arcadelt) Duet - Track 01
O Mary of Graces (P. Jones) Claudio - Track 02 Quicktime of Track 02
O Sacred Head Surrounded (Bach) Francesco - Track 03
Panis Angelicus (C. Frank) Duet - Track 04
Ave Maria (J.S. Bach-Gounod) Francesco - Track 05 Quicktime of Track 05
Veni Creater Spiritus (Luke Hunter) Duet - Track 06
Hail Holy Queen (J. Lingard) Claudio - Track 07
O Breathe on me Breath of God Francesco - Track 08
O Santissima (Luke Hunter) Duet - Track 09
Come Holy Ghost (T. Tallis) Francesco - Track 10
God of Mercy and Compassion Duet - Track 11
Ave Maria (F. Schubert) Francesco - Track 12
Salve Regina (Gregorian Chant) Claudio - Track 13
Jesus my Lord, my God (Luke Hunter) Duet - Track 14
Sweet Sacrament Divine (Standfield) Claudio - Track 15
Ave Maria (J.S. Back-Gounod) Francesco - Track 16

Music CD #2

Available July 2001 - Sung by: Francesco Fabris (Baritone) Natalie Jones (Soprano) Claudio Fabris (Baritone)

'Click' on picture for details

Special Note: Track 09 "Jesus My Saviour "
Sung by Francesco Fabris
Lyrics and Music composed by the Little Pebble
Arrangement by Greg Mason

Alleluja (W.A. Mozart) Francesco & Natalie Track 01
I walked today where Jesus walked Francesco Track 02
I'll sing a hymn to Mary (H.F. Hemy) Claudio Track 03
Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring (J. Bach) Claudio & Francesco Track 04
Ave Verum (W.A. Mozart) Claudio Track 05
Adeste Fidelis (J. Reading) Claudio & Francesco Track 06
O Divine Redeemer (C. Gounod) Natalie Track 07
On this day oh beautiful mother Claudio Track 08
Jesus my Saviour (G. Mason) Francesco Track 09 (Quicktime) (mp3)
For the beauty of the earth (J. Rutter) Francesco & Natalie Track 10
How lovely are thy dwellings Francesco Track 11
Stabat Mater (Gregorian Chant) Francesco Track 12
Soul of my Saviour (J. Maher) Claudio Track 13
Brother James' air Francesco & Natalie Track 14
We stand for God (P. Jones) Claudio & Francesco Track 15
O Holy Night (A. Adam) Francesco Track 16

These music CD's are dedicated to Our Lady of the Ark, Mary our Mother, Help of Christians.

Recorded for


A New Form of Consecrated Life

An Australian Foundation




Please fill out the Order Form and send to the address listed. Thank you.


Francesco began his professional career in 1981 with the Victoria State Opera. He has performed principle operatic roles from children's opera through grand opera.

He has performed principle operatic roles from children's opera through to grand opera. These roles include 'Figaro' in The Barber of Seville, 'Marcello' in La Boheme, 'Schunard' in La Boheme, 'Dumas' in Andrea Chenier, 'Ein Perukenmacher' in Ariadne auf Naxos, 'Dancarlo' in Carmen, 'Zaretsky' in Eugene Onegin, 'Il Commissario' in Madame Butterfly, 'Hermann' in Tales of Hoffman, as well as a wide range of music theatre, corporate concerts and vocal recitals.

Francesco has performed with numerous opera companies: Opera Australia, Victoria State Opera, Opera Queensland, The Australian Pops Orchestra, Victorian Arts Centre Trust, A.B.C., Television and Radio, Canberra Symphony Orchestra, Melbourne Music Festival, Melbourne Spoletto Festival, The Three Choirs, Intervasity Choir Festival, Music Theatre Australia, Mozart by Moonlight, and Eventure Productions.

Corporate companies Francesco has performed for include Crown Casino, B.H.P., & Amcor.

Francesco's vocal awards include, Melbourne Sun-Aria, Winston Churchill Fellowship Award, Armstrong-Martin Scholarship (part of the Australian singing competitions), Armstead Scholarship, Geelong Operatic Aria Award, Bendigo Operatic Aria Award, Ringwood Operatic Aria Award, Footscray Operatic Aria Award in addition to many other Art, Ballad, Lieder, and Musical Comedy vocal awards.

As a winner of these vocal awards, Francesco has been able to study with eminent voice coaches in Italy, U.S.A. and London. These include Maestro Fernando Banderra, David Harper and William Eddy. A special note of thanks to Miss Bettine Macaughan and Gary May both of whom have worked with Francesco since he began singing.


Claudio has been involved in song and music since primary school and was awarded the Contessa Phillipini song prize for three consecutive years. He later joined the Vincentian Boys Choir, later renamed the National Boys Choir, singing a wide range of Masses which included the Gregorian Chant hymns for St. Pius X Hymnal, and the Australian Parish Hymnal.

Claudio later became involved in music theatre -- light opera in particular. After a successful season of Gilbert and Sullivan's Trial by Jury he began voice lessons with Miss Bettine Macaughan and went on to sing the entire baritone repertoire  of the Gilbert & Sullivan operettas, as well as Christmas and Easter concerts.

Claudio also attended the National Theatre Opera School, and performed opera excerpts and workshops including Pagliacci and Carmen and modern operas such as The Consul.

He began singing in competitions and won a number of singing prizes including Art, Ballad and Lieder competitions -- culminating in his selection as a finalist in the Sun Aria 1976. During this time he performed principle operatic roles for Opera Melbourne performing leads in Cosi Fan Tutti, Don Pasquale, Die Fledermaus and The Merry Widow.

In 1980, he joined Victoria State Opera Chorus and was there until its 1995 absorption into Opera Australia. During those years Claude performed as a baritone chorister in thirty operas giving over two hundred and sixty performances. The range of operas included the comic operas Die Fledermaus and The Marriage of Figaro through traditional Italian operas Don Carlos and Rigoletto to the heavy German operas The Flying Dutchman and Loghengrin.

Claudio is currently continuing his involvement in choral singing with Opera Australia and is involved with fund-raising charity events.


Natalie graduated with a Bachelor of Music from Melbourne University (Honours in performance) in 1991, and her training includes dance, drama and language. Recent vocal studies have been with Janice Chapman.

During her career she has performed principal roles in Music Theatre through to Grand Opera.

These roles include 'Queen of the Night' in The Magic Flute, 'Musetta' in La Boheme, 'Gilda' in Rigoletto, 'Juliette' in Romeo and Juliette, 'Lucia' in the Rape of Lucretia, 'Zora' in Ruddigore, 'Ellen' in Lakme, 'Bubba' in Summer of the Seventeenth Doll, 'Adele' in Die Fledermaus, 'Bil' in Moon Chariot, 'The Fox' in Aesops Fables, and 'La Cugina' in Madame Butterfly.

She performed the title role in Patience, 'Christine' in Ken Hall's Phantom of the Opera, and 'Costanze' in The Abduction of Seraglio.

Natalie has performed with many companies which include: Opera Australia, Victoria State Opera, West Australian Opera Co., Royal Melbourne Philharmonic Society, Melbourne International Festival of Arts, Capers Cabaret, Sydney Olympic Bid presentation at Darling Harbour.

Natalie has been awarded many vocal awards, with the highlight being the 1997 Melbourne Sun-Aria.

The Order of Saint Charbel wishes to thank Natalie for her contribution towards the Music CD "Wings to Heaven".

Home ] Order Form ]

The Order of Saint Charbel Copyright (c) 2000-2006 MWOA Pty. Ltd.. All Rights Reserved.
Contact us: mwoa@shoal.net.au