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from notes by Wadham Sutton © 1989
extrait des notes rédigées par Wadham Sutton © 1989
aus dem Begleittext von Wadham Sutton © 1989
Deutsch: Anke Vogelhuber
|Duruflé: Requiem & Messe Cum jubilo|
'O'Donnell's achievement becomes the reference point against which future recordings of this repertoire are measured' (Choir & Organ)
'The Westminster Cathedral boys and men carry the lyricism and harmonic luxuriance to an ethereal plane. The choral singing is superb … helping o ...» More
|Duruflé: Requiem; Grunenwald: De profundis|
'Jeremy Filsell has clearly studied Duruflé’s orchestral versions and pulls out whatever stops necessary on the Tonbridge School organ to recreate the ...
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|Duruflé: Requiem & Four Motets|
'For my money, remains the finest recorded version of this lovely work in any of its guises … strongly recommended' (Gramophone)
'The perfect team of soloists, a glorious sound from both choir and orchestra, a faithful re-creation of the score, and that special something which t ...» More
|My Beloved's Voice|
Mark Williams leads the Choir of the Jesus College Cambridge through an evocative selection of choral works inspired in varying ways by the Songs of Songs.» More
'A lasting souvenir of a moving occasion, a fitting tribute to a great man, but above all, fine listening' (Gramophone)» More
|The Feast of Saint Peter the Apostle at Westminster Abbey|
Another fascinating collection from Westminster Abbey, recreating a particular liturgical event. This disc contains music one might hear if visiting the Abbey on its patronal feast, that of St Peter the Apostle. The programme broadly follows the s ...» More