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|Dyson: Hierusalem & other choral works|
‘Hierusalem is a wonderful piece which I would bracket with Finzi’s Dies Natalis and Howells’s Hymnus Paradisi as one of the best examples of mystical ...
'The very beautiful, gently ecstatic Hierusalem … is such a wonderful score that … this recording should be on every shelf that cares about ...» More
|SIR GEORGE DYSON (1883-1964)|
|Hierusalemwith Valery Hill (soprano), St Michael's Singers, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra» More|
|O praise God in his holinesswith St Michael's Singers, Thomas Trotter (organ)» More|
|Three Choral Hymnswith St Michael's Singers, Thomas Trotter (organ)» More|
|Three Songs of Praisewith St Michael's Singers, Thomas Trotter (organ)» More|
|A Poet's Hymn|
|Hymn for a musician|
|Hymn to the stars|
|Let all the world in ev’ry corner sing|
|Lord, thou hast given me a cell|
|Morning and Evening|
|My God, who makes the sun to know|
|O praise God in his holiness (Dyson)|
|Three Choral Hymns (Dyson)|
|Three Songs of Praise (Dyson)|
|Unto Thy word so tuned let me be|
|When I survey the bright celestial sphere|
|Ye that have spent the silent night|