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Track(s) taken from CDH55307

A Wedding Anthem 'Amo ergo sum', Op 46

'For Marion and George, 29 September 1949'; written for the wedding of Lord Harewood (George Lascelles) to Marion Stein, daughter of Erwin Stein (1885-1958), Austrian musician and writer, and (from 1938) editor at Boosey & Hawkes.
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A copy of the score was one of the objects placed in a time-capsule laid beneath the foundation stone of the Royal Festival Hall on 13 October 1949.

Corydon Singers, Janet Coxwell (soprano), Philip Salmon (tenor), Thomas Trotter (organ), Matthew Best (conductor)
Recording details: February 1984
St Alban's Church, Holborn, London, United Kingdom
Produced by Mark Brown
Engineered by Antony Howell
Release date: April 1986
Total duration: 10 minutes 4 seconds

Cover artwork: The Piper Window, Coventry Cathedral.

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