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Benedicite, omnia opera
First line:
O all ye works of the Lord, bless ye the Lord
composer
commissioned in memory of Ambrose Coviello by his family for the 2004 Southern Cathedrals Festival held at Chichester Cathedral
author of text
Book of Common Prayer, after Daniel 3: 57-88 (Apocrypha)

Recordings
'Canticles from St Paul's' (CDA68058)
Canticles from St Paul's
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'Hyperion monthly sampler – August 2014' (HYP201408)
Hyperion monthly sampler – August 2014
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Details
Track 1 on CDA68058 [6'05]
Track 3 on HYP201408 [6'05] Download-only monthly sampler

Benedicite, omnia opera
Malcolm Archer (b1952) is much in demand as a conductor and composer. He was educated in Lytham before studying at the Royal College of Music and Jesus College, Cambridge. He held posts at Bristol and Norwich Cathedrals before being appointed Organist and Master of the Choristers at Wells Cathedral in 1996. In 2004 he became Director of Music at St Paul’s Cathedral before moving to Winchester College in 2007 where he is Director of Chapel Music and Organist. His setting of the Benedicite was written for the 2004 Southern Cathedrals Festival. A gently undulating opening leads to an energetic middle section which uses an ostinato figure in the pedal part of the organ before a return to the opening material and a gentle end.

from notes by Andrew Carwood 2014

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