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|St Paul's Cathedral Choir, John Scott (conductor), Andrew Lucas (organ)» More|
|Eton College Chapel Choir, Ralph Allwood (conductor), David Goode (organ), Alex Jones (bass)» More|
|Temple Church Choir, James Vivian (conductor), Greg Morris (organ)» More|
|Daniel D'Souza (bass), Tom Pickard (treble), King's College Choir Cambridge, Stephen Cleobury (conductor), Douglas Tang (organ)» More|
|Daniel D'Souza (bass), King's College Choir Cambridge, Stephen Cleobury (conductor), Douglas Tang (organ)» More|
from notes by John Heighway © 1988
extrait des notes rédigées par Nicholas Temperley © 2014
Français: Gildas Tilliette
aus dem Begleittext von Nicholas Temperley © 2014
Deutsch: Paul Hoegger
|A Festival of Psalms|
An exploration of the themes conveyed by the Old Testament—strife and joy, prayer and praise—as interpreted by composers over the course of four and a half centuries—with music by Allegri, Bernstein, Byrd, Parry, Purcell and Wesley» More
|English Hymn Anthems|
This album contains anthems based on hymn tunes from the Anglican choral tradition. It continues the Choir’s active commitment to expanding the popular understanding of choral repertoire through original research and recording.» More
|Evensong Live 2015|
A generous cross section of the music-making that happens at King’s, capturing the atmosphere and acoustic of the Chapel and presenting Evensong as a living and breathing part of our national heritage.» More
|Hear my words|
Hear my words ye people by Hubert Parry, a former chorister at Eton College is the first track on the album featuring some of the bestloved anthems in the church repertoire, beautifully performed by the Eton College Chapel Choir.» More
|The English Anthem, Vol. 4|
'The choir sing with their customary splendour and assurance' (Gramophone)» More