from notes by Simon Whalley © 2013
|Mealor & Britten: … the flowers have their angels|
The Rodolfus Choir marks both Benjamin Britten’s centenary year and the 30th anniversary of the choir’s first concert. The album includes the premiere recording of Paul Mealor’s Praise, commissioned especially for the choir.» More
|Britten: A Boy was Born & other choral works|
'Excellent in every aspect. The presence is breathtaking, the singing of both soloists and choir are quite superb, and the accompaniment by the organi ...
'This beautifully made record deserves the widest circulation. The sound these choirs make is of great beauty, and is captured in a flawless recording ...» More
|The majesty of thy glory|
This magnificient programme sung by The Temple Church Choir explores three fascinating and contrasting settings of the Te Deum: A stalwart of the church liturgy (first conceived as far back as AD 387), these settings span over 300 years of English ...» More