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|Day 24: Evening|
|Day 25: Morning|
|Day 25: Evening|
|Day 26: Morning|
|Day 26: Evening|
|Day 28: Evening|
This penultimate volume of the acclaimed series ‘Psalms from St Paul’s’ presents four further ‘sessions’ of the Psalms as they are sung each month in our cathedrals. This volume includes the mammoth Psalm 119 which spans from Day 24 evening to Day 26 evening. Full texts are provided, with biographical details of the composers represented.
|The Psalms of David|
'Will surely remain unique for many decades' (Gramophone)
'All Old Testament life is here … how useful to be able to hold such a big chunk of English culture in a box five inches square' (The Times)» More
|Psalms from St Paul's, Vol. 1 1-17|
'Beyond criticism: this is comparable to the monks of Solesmes singing Gregorian chant. It is not likely to be done better' (Fanfare, USA)» More
|Psalms from St Paul's, Vol. 2 18-29|
|Psalms from St Paul's, Vol. 3 30-40|
|Psalms from St Paul's, Vol. 4 41-55|
'St Paul's is the king of cathedral choirs, and the sound of their singing, with the majesty of the organ in the awesome reverberance of the great bui ...» More
|Psalms from St Paul's, Vol. 5 56-68|
|Psalms from St Paul's, Vol. 6 69-78|
|Psalms from St Paul's, Vol. 7 79-92|
|Psalms from St Paul's, Vol. 8 93-104|
|Psalms from St Paul's, Vol. 9 105-113|
'There is no doubt that this is first-rate chanting by one of the finest choirs in England' (American Record Guide)» More
|Psalms from St Paul's, Vol. 10 114-8,120-35|
'St Paul's magnificent choir is on fine form in this rich sequence of psalms, including some of the most popular in the calendar … The choir is, ...» More
|Psalms from St Paul's, Vol. 12 139-150|
'The intense pleasure and satisfaction to be gleaned from these discs is hard to explain to the uninitiated. Huw Williams'accompaniments are models of ...
'[This CD] has concluded an impressive document of music for Anglican worship. I once wrote that it is not likely to be done better. That is all the m ...» More