Hyperion Records

Artist Hyperion Records

Julian Empett (bass)

Albums
'Music for Remembrance' (CDA68020)
Music for Remembrance
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'A Christmas Caroll from Westminster Abbey' (CDA67716)
A Christmas Caroll from Westminster Abbey
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'O praise the Lord' (CDA67792)
O praise the Lord
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'Rejoice, the Lord is king!' (CDA68013)
Rejoice, the Lord is king!
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'The Feast of Ascension at Westminster Abbey' (CDA67680)
The Feast of Ascension at Westminster Abbey
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'The Feast of Michaelmas at Westminster Abbey' (CDA67643)
The Feast of Michaelmas at Westminster Abbey
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'The Feast of Saint Peter the Apostle at Westminster Abbey' (CDA67770)
The Feast of Saint Peter the Apostle at Westminster Abbey
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'The Feast of St Edward at Westminster Abbey' (CDA67586)
The Feast of St Edward at Westminster Abbey
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'Trinity Sunday at Westminster Abbey' (CDA67557)
Trinity Sunday at Westminster Abbey
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Alphabetical listing of all musical works
A Christmas Caroll, Op 21 (Leighton)
Alleluia. Who shall separate us from the love of Christ?  First line to The peace that surpasseth understanding (Tavener)
Alleluya. And while they looked steadfastly toward heaven  First line to Viri Galilaei (Gowers)
Dear Lord and Father of mankind  First line to Repton (Parry/Willcocks/Scott)
God is our hope and strength (Blow)
Jubilate (Walton)
Messe solennelle (Langlais)
Missa Trinitatis Sanctae (Grier)
Repton (Parry/Willcocks/Scott)
The King and the Robin (Moore)
The peace that surpasseth understanding (Tavener)
The Preces (Tomkins)
The Responses (Tomkins/Farmer)
The Twelve (Walton)
Viri Galilaei (Gowers)
What sweeter musick can we bring?  First line to A Christmas Caroll, Op 21 (Leighton)
Who goes there, brushing through the dark drenched Spring?  First line to The King and the Robin (Moore)
Without arms or charm of culture  First line to The Twelve (Walton)
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