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I sat down under his shadow

composer
1925
author of text
Song of Solomon 2: 3, 4

 
Sir Edward Bairstow, organist of York Minster from 1913 until his death, typifies the English organist-composer of the earlier part of the twentieth century: conservative, craftsmanlike, often imaginative, gifted with a real feeling for choral sonority and word setting. I sat down under his shadow, which appeared in 1925, was one of the earliest publications of the then newly-established music department of the Oxford University Press. Its mystic, slightly oriental flavour suggests connections with Bairstow’s exact contemporary, Holst.

from notes by Collegium Records © 1997

Recordings

Hail, gladdening Light
COLCD113Download only
My Beloved's Voice
Studio Master: SIGCD370Download onlyStudio Master FLAC & ALAC downloads available

Details

Track 5 on COLCD113 [1'42] Download only
Track 17 on SIGCD370 [1'44] Download only

Track-specific metadata for SIGCD370 track 17

Artists
ISRC
GB-LLH-14-37017
Duration
1'44
Recording date
4 July 2013
Recording venue
Chapel of Jesus College, Cambridge, United Kingdom
Recording producer
Chris Hazell
Recording engineer
Mike Hatch & Richard Bland
Hyperion usage
  1. My Beloved's Voice (SIGCD370)
    Disc 1 Track 17
    Release date: July 2014
    Download only
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