Weir: Storm & other choral works

The BBC Singers continue their critically lauded series of recordings with a new album of works by Master of the Queen’s Music Judith Weir.

Recorded in the unique acoustic of the Temple Church, London, the BBC Singers are joined by the church’s choristers and the contemporary music ensemble Endymion, in a retrospective of Weir’s works drawn from a 25-year period.

SIGCD421  61 minutes 15 seconds
'These works were recorded … before Weir took up her role as Associate Composer for the BBC Singers; the high quality of their interpretations of these five works bode well for their working rela ...
The Guardian
'Judith Weir writes in an attractive idiom which will please those who enjoy the choral music of Holst and Britten. I fancy I also hear a touch of her predecessor as Master of the Queen’s Music, Peter ...