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O be joyful in the Lord
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Psalm 100

William Walton’s Jubilate is a lively setting of Psalm 100 using, despite its title, Coverdale’s English translation rather than the Latin Vulgate text. This Psalm was established in the 1559 Prayer Book as an alternative to the canticle Benedictus, to be sung following the Second Lesson at Matins. Walton’s setting dates from 1972, when it was given its first performance at his alma mater, Christchurch, Oxford, conducted by Simon Preston.

from notes by Nicholas Marston © 2016


Evensong Live 2016
Studio Master: KGS0015Download onlyStudio Master FLAC & ALAC downloads available
Trinity Sunday at Westminster Abbey
CDA67557Last few CD copies remaining
Walton: Coronation Te Deum & other choral works


Track 9 on CDA67330 [3'25]
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