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Hear my crying, O God

composer
2004
author of text
Psalms 61 & 115

 
Hear my crying, O God is scored for eight-part unaccompanied choir, though the full eight parts are not employed all the time. Certain ideas recur, the Scotch snap and the rising and falling scales of the opening, for instance. Almost throughout, there is simultaneous crotchet and quaver movement. It is a piece full ot fear; the concluding 'Praise the Lord' is distinctly muted. It is an attempt to contain a deal of drama in a rather small space.

from notes by Humphrey Clucas © 2005

Recordings

Anthems for the 21st century
SIGCD059Download only

Details

Track 5 on SIGCD059 [3'34] Download only

Track-specific metadata for SIGCD059 track 5

Artists
ISRC
GB-LLH-05-05905
Duration
3'34
Recording date
20 February 2005
Recording venue
Tonbridge School Chapel, Kent, United Kingdom
Recording producer
John H West
Recording engineer
Limo Hearn
Hyperion usage
  1. Anthems for the 21st century (SIGCD059)
    Disc 1 Track 5
    Release date: May 2005
    Download only
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