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Westminster Abbey Choir

£12.99

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Sung by the Westminster Abbey Choir, conducted by James O'Donnell and released in June 2023. Established favourites by Ralph Vaughan Williams and Sr John Tavener, to recent works including two premier recordings by Sir James MacMillan. This is an outstanding programme of choral works with strong musical and historical connections to Westminster Abbey and its celebrated choir.
CD: Running time; 72 mins

Mass in G minor[23'27]Ralph Vaughan Williams (1872-1958)
1
Kyrie[4'26]
James Tweedie (treble), Tristram Cooke (countertenor), Guy Cutting (tenor), Stuart O'Hara (bass)
2
Gloria[4'09]
James Tweedie (treble), Robin Blaze (countertenor), Julian Stocker (tenor), Guy Cutting (tenor), Jonathan Brown (bass)
3
Credo[6'16]
Benji Rimington (treble), Robin Blaze (countertenor), Julian Stocker (tenor), Stuart O'Hara (bass)
4
Sanctus[2'46]
5
Benedictus[2'23]
Freddie Ursell Beer (treble), David Gould (countertenor), William Balkwill (tenor), Jonathan Brown (bass)
6
Agnus Dei[3'27]
Freddie Ursell Beer (treble), David Martin (countertenor), William Balkwill (tenor), Jonathan Brown (bass)
7
O taste and see[1'38]Ralph Vaughan Williams (1872-1958)
Peter Holder (organ), James Tweedie (treble)
8
What man is he that feareth the Lord?[6'16]Sir James MacMillan (b1959)
Mass of St Edward the Confessor[14'43]Sir James MacMillan (b1959)
9
Kyrie[3'04]
10
Gloria[5'03]
11
Sanctus & Benedictus[3'36]
12
Agnus Dei[3'00]
Simon Wall (tenor)
13
A special appeal I would like to make a special appeal[6'35]Sir James MacMillan (b1959)
Peter Holder (organ), Mark Dobell (tenor)
14
Who shall separate us?[3'03]Sir James MacMillan (b1959)
Magnificat and Nunc dimittis 'Collegium Regale'[10'37]Sir John Tavener (1944-2013)
15
Magnificat My soul doth magnify the Lord[7'26]
16
Nunc dimittis Lord, now lettest thou thy servant depart in peace[3'11]
17
Song for Athene Alleluia. May flights of angels sing thee to thy rest[5'50]Sir John Tavener (1944-2013)