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Marlow, Richard (conductor)
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Richard Marlow (conductor)

see also Richard Marlow (organ)

Richard Marlow was Organ Scholar and later Research Fellow of Selwyn College, Cambridge. He studied with Thurston Dart, writing a doctoral dissertation on the seventeenth-century virginalist, Giles Farnaby. After teaching at Southampton University he returned to Cambridge in 1968, succeeding Raymond Leppard as Fellow and Director of Music at Trinity and taking up a lectureship in the University Music Faculty.

The following year Dr Marlow founded the Cambridge University Chamber Choir, which won critical acclaim worldwide for its its enterprising and stylish performances. He disbanded this group in 1989 to devote more time to the recently formed mixed choir of Trinity College, whose many broadcasts, recordings and foreign tours have established its reputation internationally.

In addition to his choral work and his teaching, Dr Marlow has been active as an editor and has contributed articles and reviews to various scholarly journals and books, including The New Grove. He has also conducted, lectured and given harpsichord and organ recitals in many European countries as well as in Australia, Brazil, Canada, Japan, New Zealand, South Africa, Taiwan and the United States. As organ soloist and choir director, he records frequently.

Dr Marlow has been Visiting Professor at universities in Tokyo, Texas, New England and New Zealand.

'Sweelinck: Cantiones Sacrae, Vol. 1' (CDA67103)
Sweelinck: Cantiones Sacrae, Vol. 1
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'Sweelinck: Cantiones Sacrae, Vol. 2' (CDA67104)
Sweelinck: Cantiones Sacrae, Vol. 2
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Alphabetical listing of all musical works
Ab oriente venerunt Magi – Aurum, sicut regi magno (Sweelinck)
Angelus ad pastores ait (Sweelinck)
Beati omnes qui timent Dominum – Ecce sic benedicetur homo (Sweelinck)
Beati pauperes spiritu – Beati misericordes (Sweelinck)
Cantate Domino canticum novum (Sweelinck)
De profundis clamavi ad te (Sweelinck)
Diligam te Domine, fortitudo mea (Sweelinck)
Dominus Deus meus in te sperabo (Sweelinck)
Ecce nunc benedicite Dominum (Sweelinck)
Ecce prandium meum paravi – Comedite panem meum (Sweelinck)
Ecce virgo concipiet et pariet filium (Sweelinck)
Euge serve bone et fidelis (Sweelinck)
Gaude et laetare, Jerusalem (Sweelinck)
Gaudete omnes et laetamini (Sweelinck)
Hodie beata virgo Maria puerum Jesum praesentavit (Sweelinck)
Hodie Christus natus est (Sweelinck)
In illo tempore postquam consummati sunt (Sweelinck)
In te Domine speravi – Quoniam fortitudo mea et refugiom meum es tu (Sweelinck)
Iusti autem in perpetuum vivent (Sweelinck)
Laudate Dominum omnes gentes (Sweelinck)
Magnificat anima mea Dominum (Sweelinck)
Non omnis qui dicit mihi, Domine (Sweelinck)
O Domine Jesu Christe, pastor bone (Sweelinck)
O quam beata lancea (Sweelinck)
O sacrum convivium (Sweelinck)
Paracletus autem Spiritus Sanctus (Sweelinck)
Petite et accipietis (Sweelinck)
Qui vult venire post me (Sweelinck)
Regina caeli laetare (Sweelinck)
Tanto tempore vobiscum (Sweelinck)
Te Deum laudamus (Sweelinck)
Timor Domini principium sapientiae (Sweelinck)
Ubi duo vel tres congregati fuerint in nomine meo (Sweelinck)
Venite exsultemus Domino (Sweelinck)
Vide homo quae pro te patior (Sweelinck)
Videte manus meas et pedes meos (Sweelinck)
Viri Galilei quid statis aspicientes in caelum? (Sweelinck)
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