Dom Sebastian Wolff O.S.B., a truly prolific and talented composer has been a Benedictine monk at Buckfast Abbey in Devon since 1948. This beautiful recording of his Missa Brevis and Requiem, sung by ‘Cambridge Voices’, together with Organist Jeremy Filsell, directed by Ian Messini was recorded in the Abbey Church and pays tribute to his great gift as both Priest and musician. Read More
The choirs of Portsmouth Cathedral (C of E) recorded in March and April 2018 to produce this wonderful Christmas CD. The recording includes much of their 2017 Advent and Christmas repertoire incorporating much loved Christmas carols together with the lyrical and enchanting Missa Ad Praesepe by George Malcolm, past organist at Westminster Cathedral. Read More
The Schola Cantorum, liturgical choir of The Cardinal Vaughan Memorial School, sing alongside the Belgravia Chamber Orchestra, an orchestra drawn from the finest orchestral players in London, in Fauré's magical and well-known setting of the Requiem and his beautiful Cantique de Jean Racine. Old Vaughanian Jack Comerford is the baritone soloist in the Requiem.
This CD contains a recording of Fauré's Messe Basse featuring the trebles of the choir whilst the older members of the choir perform Fauré's Ave Maria.
In this unique and intimate setting, the choir of Westminster Cathedral , under the direction of Martin Baker and with dynamic improvisations from organist, Matthew Martin, bring you choral music to stir the soul, featuring Mass settings, motets, carols and evening canticles, covering all the seasons of the Church.
Exemplary production values as befits a recording by Hyperion.
CD; Running Time: 77:55 mins Read More
To celebrate the Cathedral’s Jubilee year, the Choir of Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral has recorded a new CD of well-loved hymns and music that have been Cathedral favourites over the last 50 years. Read More
Sung by the renowned London choral group Cantores Missae, this Aid to the Church in Need recording celebrates the Mass for the feast day of John Fisher and Thomas More, two of the Reformation’s most celebrated saints. Read More
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