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Belgian Choral Works

Belgian Choral Works


Franck, C:

Panis Angelicus

Jongen:

Messe en l’honneur du Saint-Sacrement, Op. 130

Chant de mai, Op 53 No 1

Peeters:

Missa Festiva, Op. 62

Aria for organ, Op. 51a


Lichfield Cathedral Choir and Lichfield Cathedral Chamber Choir, Philip Scriven

Regent - REGCD241

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French Flavours

French Flavours


Berlioz:

La Damnation de Faust, Op. 24: Rákóczi March

trans WT Best

Briggs:

Variations on Greensleeves

Dupré:

Esquisse No. 1 in E Minor Op. 41 No. 2

Esquisse No. 2 in B Flat Minor Op. 41 No. 3

Hakim:

Ouverture Libanaise

Hendrie:

Toccata and Fugue in F sharp minor

from Le Tombeau de Marcel Dupré

Litaize:

Scherzo

Prokofiev:

The Love for Three Oranges: March

trans Jean Guillou

Purcell:

Trumpet Tune

arr Dupré

Ravel:

Daphnis et Chloé - Suite No. 2

trans David Briggs

Reuchsel:

Nuages ensoleillés sur le Cap Nègre (from Promenades en Provence)


Paul Carr (Organ of St Chad’s Cathedral, Birmingham)

The first solo recording of the magnificent Walker organ in St Chad’s Cathedral, played by Birmingham-based organist, Paul Carr, in his début recording.

A brilliantly-colourful programme of French and French-inspired works, chosen to match the distinctively-Gallic character of the St Chad’s organ.

Includes many works new to the catalogue.

A must-hear recording of this wonderful recently-built organ, and some little-known new works.

“Paul Carr shows himself to be an imaginative player with an ear for colour. In Dupre's Deux esquisses he has all the virtuosity required.” BBC Music Magazine, January 2013 ***

Regent - REGCD384

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Thomas Trotter: A Shropshire Idyll

Thomas Trotter: A Shropshire Idyll


anon.:

Three Dances

Boyce:

Voluntary I

Elgar:

Organ Sonata No. 1 in G major, Op. 28

Handel:

Organ Concerto No. 2 in B flat major, HWV290, Op. 4 No. 2

arr. Thomas Trotter

Nyman:

Fourths, Mostly

Walton:

Crown Imperial

Wesley, S S:

Holsworthy Church Bells

played on the carillon of St Laurence Church


DVD/CD set

Thomas Trotter, one of the world’s greatest organists, presents a programme of music to mark the 250th anniversary of the organ in St Laurence’s Church, Ludlow – the church where the ashes of A E Housman, writer of A Shropshire Lad, are buried.

A specially-tailored programme to showcase the historic stops by Snetzler, as well as the more recent additions in the 19th and 20th centuries. The performance includes Elgar’s monumental Sonata in G, op 28, and a stunning demonstration of supreme virtuosity in Nyman’s Fourths, Mostly, written for Thomas Trotter. The DVD features a performance video of the programme including footage of the church, Ludlow, and the surrounding countryside, and the music is accompanied by quotations from the works of A E Housman.

In extra features Thomas Trotter talks about the music he performs on the recording, and Shaun Ward, Director of Music at St Laurence’s Church, gives a tour of the organ.

An audio CD of the performance programme is also included.

DVD Video

Region: 0

Regent - REGDVD002

(DVD Video)

$27.50

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Songs of Innocence and of Experience

Songs of Innocence and of Experience

Music by Gary Higginson


Higginson:

Seven Songs of William Blake [Set 1], Op. 33

The Chapel Choir of Selwyn College, Cambridge

Motet: Et omnes eandem escam spiritualem ederunt, Op. 130

The Chapel Choir of Selwyn College, Cambridge

Six Birds, Op. 161

Danielle Perrett (harp)

Ely Cathedral Girls’ Choir

Two Studies for solo harp

Danielle Perrett (harp)

Songs with harp

Charlotte de Rothschild (soprano) & Danielle Perrett (harp)

Lead kindly light (from Requiem), Op. 111

The Chapel Choir of Selwyn College, Cambridge

A song of joy, Op. 165, No. 2

Charlotte de Rothschild (soprano), Danielle Perrett (harp)

Ely Cathedral Girls’ Choir & The Chapel Choir of Selwyn College, Cambridge

A last confession, Op. 137, No. 2

The Chapel Choir of Selwyn College, Cambridge

Seven Songs of William Blake [Set 2], Op. 55

The Chapel Choir of Selwyn College, Cambridge


Sarah MacDonald

The first recording of music by British composer, Gary Higginson.

Born in 1952, Gary Higginson trained at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama under Edmund Rubbra, Patric Standford, Buxton Orr and Alfred Nieman. Later, whilst a student at Birmingham University, he continued composition studies under John Joubert.

This collection features a varied selection of his beguiling vocal music, both sacred and secular, together with pieces for solo harp, and include Higginson’s two dramatic cycles of choral songs based on texts by William Blake.

The artists on the recording are internationally-renowned soprano, Charlotte de Rothschild, harpist Danielle Perrett, and two acclaimed choirs: the Ely Cathedral Girls’ Choir and the Chapel Choir of Selwyn College, Cambridge, directed by Sarah MacDonald.

All works are new to the catalogue.

“There are only thirteen singers in the Ely Cathedral Girls' Choir but, my goodness, they make a nice sound! Here, the ensemble is pretty flawless and the sound these young singers make is keen, fresh and crystal-clear...There is some very well crafted and appealing music on this disc...Collectors who are interested in English choral music will find much to reward them here.” MusicWeb International, 8th May 2013

Contemporary Music - up to 25% off

Regent - REGCD381

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Volume X - Truro

Volume X - Truro


Bach, J S:

Fantasia & Fugue in G minor, BWV542 'Great'

Dupré:

Prelude & Fugue in B major, Op. 7 No. 1

Elgar:

Pomp and Circumstance March No. 1 in D major, Op. 39 No. 1

(arr. Edwin Lemare)

Howells:

Psalm-Preludes Set 1, Op. 32: No. 3

Saraband (In Modo Elegiaco) No 5 of Six Pieces

Langlais:

Incantation pour un Jour Saint

Chant de Paix (from Neuf Pièces)

Fête

Spicer:

Fanfares for Chad

Elegy In Memoriam H W S

The Martydom of St Oswald

Widor:

Andante sostenuto (2nd movement from Symphonie Gothique, Op 70)


Robert Sharpe (organ)

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Regent English Cathedral Series - REGCD193

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Peter King plays the Klais Organ of Bath Abbey

Peter King plays the Klais Organ of Bath Abbey


Bach, J S:

Chorale Prelude BWV599 'Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland'

Chorale Prelude BWV600 'Gott, durch deine Guete'

Chorale Prelude BWV601 'Herr Christ, der ein'ge Gottessohn'

Chorale Prelude BWV604 'Gelobet seist du, Jesu Christ'

Chorale Prelude BWV606 'Von Himmel hoch, da komm' ich her'

Chorale Prelude BWV608 'In dulci jubilo'

Chorale Prelude BWV615 'In dir ist Freude'

Boëly:

Fantasia and Fugue in B flat major, Op. 18

Eben:

Moto ostinato from 'Sunday Music'

Mendelssohn:

Prelude in E minor

Fugue in E minor

Messiaen:

Les Anges (from La Nativité)

Reubke:

Organ Sonata on the 94th Psalm

Saint-Saëns:

Fantaisie en mi bémol

Vierne, L:

Pièces de fantaisie, 4th suite, Op. 55: No. 4, Naiades


Peter King (organ)

Peter King, Organist Emeritus of Bath Abbey, having been the Abbey’s Director of Music for thirty years (1986–2016), performs a wide-ranging concert, demonstrating the virtuosity and versatility of both player and instrument in the beautiful acoustic of Bath Abbey. Extra features include a demonstration of the organ, a brief account of the Abbey’s history, and a talk about the music performed. A CD audio-only recording of the organ concert is also included.

Peter King, is President of the Incorporated Association of Organists (2015–17). He holds the honorary degree of Doctor of Music from the University of Bath. Together with Nicolas Kynaston, he was responsible for the design and installation of the Abbey’s Klais Organ. His twelve CDs on the new instrument have been highly acclaimed by the critics.

Extra features:

A brief history of Bath Abbey

The Klais Organ of Bath Abbey

The Music

DVD Video in 5.0 and stereo 16.9 widescreen, REGION FREE, NTSC, DVD-9, DOUBLE LAYER, SINGLE-SIDED DISC, Audio CD in stereo

“King is a fine organist at the helm of a fine instrument, and steers Mendelssohn’s E minor fugue to a superbly articulated resplendent close. At lightning speed he scuds effortlessly up and down across three keyboards at the end of Eben’s Moto Ostnato…and he crowns an invigorating workout with Reubke’s formidable Sonata on the 94th Psalm.” BBC Music Magazine, January 2017 ****

Regent - REGDVD003

(CD + DVD Video - 2 discs)

$27.75

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Volume XIV - Southwell

Volume XIV - Southwell


Cook, John:

Fanfare

Couperin, F:

Messe à l'usages des Couvents

Karg-Elert:

Homage to Handel, Op. 75 No. 2

Liszt:

Orpheus for organ


Paul Hale (organ)

“A label whose organ recordings are consistently amongst the finest emerging today” International Record Review, January 2008

Regent English Cathedral Series - REGCD248

(CD)

$14.25

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All Angels Cry Aloud

All Angels Cry Aloud

Liturgical Choral Works by John Hosking


Hosking:

A Royal Blessing

Ave Maria

Ave verum corpus

Missa brevis in D major

Requiem

Te Deum

The Bangor Service

The Chester Service


Timothy Parsons (organ) & Alexander Berry (organ)

The Chapel Choir of Selwyn College, Cambridge & The Ely Cathedral Girls’ Choir, Sarah MacDonald

An inspirational collection of the liturgical choral music of John Hosking.

This disc of choral works by a new voice brings an exciting and dynamic approach to writing for the church. This is melodious and memorable music, and the pieces range from exquisite miniatures, such as A Royal Blessing, written for the birth of Prince George of Cambridge in 2013, to the massive setting of the Te Deum. Also included is Hosking’s short Requiem setting.

John Hosking is currently Assistant Director of Music at St Asaph Cathedral in North Wales. A prize-winning student at the Royal College of Music, John continued his studies with the late Nicholas Danby and Margaret Philips. He was appointed Organ Scholar of Westminster Abbey in 1996 and is the only person to have ever held this post for three years. His recent move into the world of composition has been met with much enthusiasm from performers and listeners alike. For him, composition is the result of a source of inspiration – be it a text, a life event, a choir or individual performer.

John Hosking is particularly known for his powerful and commanding improvisations, and much of his inspiration has come from three great organists, Martin Baker, David Briggs and the French master, Pierre Cochereau. The style used in his improvisations permeates the organ accompaniments in many of the items on this disc, spilling over to influence the vocal lines.

This is the eighth CD that Regent has made with the Chapel Choir of Selwyn College, Cambridge, and the third where they have joined forces with Ely Cathedral Girls’ Choir, under the direction of Sarah MacDonald.

All of the works are receiving their first recording.

Contemporary Music - up to 25% off

Regent - REGCD438

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The Story of Nine Lessons and Carols

The Story of Nine Lessons and Carols

The 2014 Service in Truro Cathedral and documentary of the history of the nine lessons and carols on DVD, plus audio CD of the 1880 reconstruction Service.


Bach, J S:

Chorale Prelude BWV729 'In dulci jubilo'

Darke:

In the Bleak Midwinter

Edmundson:

Vom Himmel hoch (Toccata-Prelude IV)

Gauntlett:

Once in Royal David's city

Joubert:

There Is No Rose

Mendelssohn:

Hark! the herald angels sing

Pascoe, R:

The Salutation Carol

Rutter:

What sweeter music

Stopford:

I wonder as I wander

trad.:

Quem pastores laudavere

arr. Short

I saw three ships

Of the Father's heart begotten

O little town of Bethlehem

Vaughan Williams:

The truth sent from above

Wade, J F:

O come, all ye faithful


Jeremy Summerly (presenter) & Luke Bond (organ)

Truro Cathedral Choir

Since its birth in Truro in 1880, Bishop Benson’s Nine Lessons service has travelled all over the world, not least due to the annual broadcast from King’s College, Cambridge on Christmas Eve. With this release, we trace the story of the service from the first Nine Lessons service on Christmas eve 1880 as it has developed in Truro.

There is an audio-only CD recording of the reconstruction of the first 1880 service, a documentary about the history of the service in Truro, presented by Jeremy Summerly, and a full DVD Video recording of the Nine Lessons service as it took place on 23rd December 2014 in Truro Cathedral.

This is the first DVD by Truro Cathedral Choir, and the first choral DVD on the Regent Records label. The present day Truro Nine Lessons service strives to be, as it was for Benson in 1880, an act of worship that truly engages the people of Cornwall with the Christmas story. Capturing this spirit, and documenting Truro’s part in the history of Nine Lessons will add a new dimension to the way Benson’s service is experienced in the twenty-first century.

“King’s College, Cambridge made the service of Nine Lessons and Carols famous, but it started at Truro Cathedral in Cornwall. This special package tells the story…a treasurable insight into the development of a quintessentially English tradition” BBC Music Magazine, Christmas 2016 ****

Regent - REGDVD004

(CD + DVD Video - 2 discs)

$27.75

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In My Father’s House

In My Father’s House

Choral Music by Philip Stopford


Stopford:

In my Father’s house

Bring us, O Lord God

Ubi caritas

Christ is our cornerstone

Love divine

The chorister prayer

Jesu, lover of my soul

O how glorious

Ave maris stella

Ave Maria

Stabat mater

There is no rose

A child is born in Bethlehem

What sweeter music?

A Christmas Blessing

We three kings

Silent night

The star of kings


Following the world-wide success of Truro Cathedral’s previous recording of Philip Stopford’s music “Do not be Afraid” (REGCD400) we are delighted to announce the release of a second recording. This is an album of moving and uplifting anthems, motets and music for Christmas from an immensely popular and talented composer, performed by Truro Cathedral Choir, with luxurious orchestral accompaniment provided by the BBC National Orchestra of Wales, directed by Christopher Gray.

In the last few years Philip Stopford has emerged from among the younger generation of British composers as one of the most popular and prolific writers of new choral music, and is in wide demand on both sides of the Atlantic.

His beautifully-crafted music combines uplifting classic texts with memorable, radiant melodies, and glorious harmonies. This latest recording adds another dimension with wonderfully-colourful and expertly-scored orchestral accompaniments. Truro Cathedral Choir has an unbroken tradition dating back to the 1880s. Today, the choir usually performs with its twelve adult professional singers, joined by either its 18 boy Choristers or its 19 girl Choristers.

Released or re-released in last 6 months

Regent - REGCD517

(CD)

$11.75

Scheduled for release on 29 September 2017. Order it now and we will deliver it as soon as it is available.

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