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Vaughan Williams, Choir Of Worcester Cathedral, Choir Of Westminster Abbey - Hymns and Choral Music flac album

Vaughan Williams, Choir Of Worcester Cathedral, Choir Of Westminster Abbey - Hymns and Choral Music flac album
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Hymns and Choral Music
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Ralph Vaughan Williams. Choir of Westminster Abbey, Worcester Cathedral Choir. 2. O Taste and See, motet for chorus & organ (Psalm 34). Ralph Vaughan Williams. 3. Wassail Song ("We've been awhile awandering"), song for chorus (English Folksongs for chorus No. 5; Traditional English Carols No. 8). 4. Te Deum for chorus & organ (or orchestra) in G.

Vaughan Williams: Hymns/ Choral. Show recording details. Vaughan Williams: Hymns/ Choral. Release Date: July 2003 Originally recorded in 2002. Composer Ralph Vaughan Williams. Choral Choir of Worcester Cathedral. Conductor Christopher Robinson. Choral Choir of Westminster Abbey. Conductor Douglas Guest. Producer Brian Couzens.

Album · 1974 · 15 Songs. By Ralph Vaughan Williams - Ely Cathedral, Timothy Farrell & Westminster Abbey Choir. 15 Songs, 57 Minutes. Released: Jun 1, 1974.

The Westminster Cathedral Choir does a great job with these choral works, and the conductor, Martin Baker, never misses a step. The organist, Robert Quinney, does a good job, also. Martin Baker, Choir of Westminster Cathedral (Hyperion compact disc CDA67503) - Here is yet another superb reading. The atmosphere is remarkable, caught in warm and spacious sound with a touch of solemnity. Gerald Fenech in notes that "the Choir of Westminster Cathedral responds with a limpid beauty to the direction of Martin Baker whose patient enthusiasm is very evident in the ecstatic end-product. The two masses on this album are fine examples of enduring commitments in English choral tradition : The VW is, of course, the setting par excellence for that type of musical event. So is Judith Bingham's Mass, a work that reaches great heights-both in terms of spirituality and artistry.

Tracklist

1 Come down, O Love Divine (Down Ampney) 3:30
2 O Taste and See 1:29
3 We've been awhile (Children's Christmas Song) 2:58
4 Te Deum 7:07
5 Wither's Rocking Hymn 3:09
6 For All the Saints (Sine Nomine) 2:06
7 Valiant-for-Truth 5:16
8 Prayer to the Father of Heaven 4:20
Three Choral Hymns
9 I Easter Hymn 4:03
10 II Christmas Hymn 6:06
11 III Whitsunday Hymn 4:09
12 Sanctus from 'Communion Service in G minor' 2:25
13 Festival Te Deum 7:19

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Chandos Records Ltd
  • Copyright (c) – Chandos Records Ltd

Credits

  • Choir – Choir Of Worcester Cathedral (tracks: 1 to 11), Choir of Westminster Abbey* (tracks: 12 to 13)
  • Composed By – Ralph Vaughan Williams
  • Conductor – Christopher Robinson (tracks: 1 to 11), Douglas Guest (tracks: 12 to 13)
  • Design – Michael White-Robinson
  • Engineer [Sound] – Brian Couzens
  • Executive-Producer – Brian Couzens
  • Painting [Front Cover] – Thomas Webster
  • Remastered By [Digital] – Peter Reynolds*
  • Typography – Michael White-Robinson

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 095115655023