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Track(s) taken from CDA66271/2

Goodmorrow

First line:
You that have spent the silent night
composer
1929; B flat major; SATB
author of text

Worcester Cathedral Choir, Donald Hunt (conductor)
Recording details: March 1987
The Chapter House, Worcester Cathedral, United Kingdom
Produced by Mark Brown
Engineered by Antony Howell
Release date: December 1987
Total duration: 4 minutes 0 seconds

Cover artwork: Broadheath (Elgar's birthplace) by David Birtwhistle
 

Reviews

'Another invaluable issue from Hyperion' (Music and Musicians)
Goodmorrow dates from 1929 and was written at the request of Sir Walford Davies for the choir of St George's Chapel, Windsor, to sing at a service celebrating King George V's recovery from a serious illness. The words are by George Gascoigne, a Tudor poet, and Elgar went to one of his own early hymn tunes for the music. He conducted the first performance, which was broadcast.

from notes by Michael Kennedy 1987

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