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A Year at Winchester
The second in the new series from Regent charting a musical journey through the church’s year at well-loved cathedrals.
The Choir of Winchester Cathedral is regarded as one of the world’s finest choirs.
This journey in music features music appropriate to the main seasons of the church’s year, including first recordings of two works by Donald Sweeney, and the original version of John Rutter’s ‘Winchester Te Deum’ written for the Choir of Winchester Cathedral.
Features both the boy and girl choristers and men of the choir.
“'Hail, gladdening light'...[is] given with confidence, firm tuning, clear diction and phrasing and even a little drama, the excellent of the performances masking just how difficult it can be to make this sort of music work well.” International Record Review, March 2012
“An auspicious start to what should prove a major collection of choral recordings.” Gramophone Magazine, May 2012
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John Rutter: A Song in Season
New sacred choral music by John Rutter
October 2010 sees the release on Collegium of a major collection of new choral music by John Rutter, featuring a host of previously unrecorded works in glittering performances by the Cambridge Singers and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.
Conducted by the composer, John Rutter: A Song in Season ranges across the church’s year, incorporating music for Christmas, Epiphany, Pentecost, Easter and Harvest.
The first album of new anthems and canticles by Rutter since his landmark 2002 recording of ‘Mass of the Children’, this beautifully-packaged, full-price digipak release promises to delight both seasoned Rutter followers and new listeners.
“The Wells Jubilate is typical Rutter - brightly melodic, immediately communicative, and well calculated to bring executive satisfaction to the performers...With Rutter himself conducting his own, outstanding Cambridge singers, these excellently recorded performances have a grip and authority hard to equal.” BBC Music Magazine, December 2010 ****
“John Rutter's melodic gift proves as eloquent and natural today as it's always been...Attention to detail and the pursuit of musical excellence run in tandem with Rutter's performances, considerations shared on this recording by his Cambridge Singers and their accompanists.” Classic FM Magazine, December 2010 *****
“The hand-picked Cambridge Singers perform with conviction, warmth and poise...This matchless choral feast shows Rutter at the top of his composing abilities. A first-class production.” Gramophone Magazine, December 2010
“Rutter's melodic gift never deserts him, and it blossoms here as readily as ever...The performances by Rutter's own choir are full ardent joy and rich, flowing lyricism, and the recording is first class.” Penguin Guide, 2011 edition
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