Rachmaninov: Vespers, Op. 37

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Rachmaninov: Vespers, Op. 37


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8th July 2016




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Rachmaninov: Vespers, Op. 37

Ory Brown mezzo (soprano) & David Vanderwal (tenor)

Saint Thomas Choir of Men & Boys, John Scott


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Resonus Classics is pleased to present the second in a series of six recordings from the internationally renowned Saint Thomas Choir of Men & Boys and their late and celebrated director John Scott.

Made over the course of Scott’s tenure with the choir, and released commercially for the first time, the series continues with an inspiring and striking reading of Rachmaninoff’s Vespers (All-Night Vigil), Op. 37.

Complete with soloists Ory Brown (mezzo soprano) and David Vanderwal (tenor), Scott makes full use of the impressive resources of this much-lauded New York choir to transport the listener right to the very heart of this atmospheric and deeply powerful music.

Sergei Rachmaninoff: Vespers (All-Night Vigil), Op. 37

I. Come, Let Us Worship

II. Praise The Lord, O My Soul

III. Blessed Is The Man

IV. Hail, Gladdening Light

V. Lord, Now Lettest Thy Servant Depart

VI. Rejoice, O Virgin Mother Of God

VII. Glory Be To God On High

VIII. O Praise The Name Of The Lord

IX. Blessed Art Thou, O Lord

X. The Resurrection Of Christ

XI. My Soul Doth Magnify The Lord

XII. Glory Be To God On High

XIII. Today Is Salvation Come Unto The World

XIV. Thou Didst Rise From The Tomb

XV. To Thee, Our Leader In Battle

Gramophone Magazine

September 2016

“‘Blagoslovi, dushe moya’ [is] daringly slow; Scott knew the capabilities of his singers, however, and it works superbly, with Ory Brown the excellent soloist...It is a magnificent rendition, showing just how this masterpiece has been convincingly absorbed into the wider choral tradition, and I recommend it very highly indeed.”

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