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Let all the world in every corner sing

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Let all the world in every corner sing was commissioned for the church of St Matthew, Northampton, and was first performed on the eve of St Matthew, 20 September 1965, conducted by Michael Nicholas. Written in the rhythmic and syncopated idiom so readily associated with this composer, the anthem is a paean admirably capturing the well known joyful poetry by George Herbert.

from notes by William McVicker 1992

Recordings

Leighton: Cathedral Music
CDH55195

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Track 15 on CDH55195 [3'35]

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