Dering: Factum est silentium

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Requiem - Music for All Souls & All Saints

Requiem - Music for All Souls & All Saints


Bainton, E:

And I saw a new heaven

Bullock:

Give us the wings of faith

Byrd:

Justorum animae

Dering:

Factum est silentium

Leighton:

Give me the wings of faith

Lobo, A:

Versa est in luctum

Stanford:

Justorum animae, Op. 38 No. 1

Victoria:

O quam gloriosum, motet

Requiem 1605 'Officium defunctorum'

Taedet animam meam

Missa pro Defunctis (Introitus)

Libera me Domine

Officium Defunctorum


Matthew Jorysz, Peter Harrison (organ)

Choir of Clare College, Cambridge, Graham Ross

Graham Ross directs The Choir of Clare College, Cambridge in a programme of English and Spanish music for the Feasts of All Saints and All Souls, culminating in Tomás Luis de Victoria’s six-part 1605 'Requiem'. It has been seen by many as a Requiem for an Age - the end of Spain's golden century, the end of Renaissance music, and indeed, the end of Victoria's own life - it was his last published work before his death in 1611.

Like it's predecessors in this Clare College, Cambridge series based on the major festivals in the Anglican calendar this volume is produced, engineered and edited by John Rutter and is accompanied by an excellent booklet note by Graham Ross.

“This new anthology from that ever-improving and most elegant of mixed Oxbridge choirs, the Choir of Clare College, Cambridge … all the pieces on this disc are performed with Clare’s customary accomplishment and minute attention to musical detail, with the early-20th-century English works – larger-scale standard repertoire by Bullock, Leighton and Bainton – the most successful.” Gramophone Magazine, October 2015

“In Victoria’s Officium Defunctorum the Choir of Clare College, conducted by Graham Ross, summons all its eloquence for a masterpiece of the genre.” Financial Times, 2nd November 2015

“I’d be quite happy to take this mixed-voice non-professional performance to my putative Desert Island … The programme works surprisingly well as a whole and the more recent English works come over well indeed.” MusicWeb International, 2nd December 2015

“a marvellously sustained and thought-through performance by the Clare College students...Careful but unobtrusive detail is paid to dynamic detail...a firm, enthusiastic recommendation.” BBC Music Magazine, January 2016 ****

Harmonia Mundi - HMU907617

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Masters of the English Renaissance

Masters of the English Renaissance


Dering:

Factum est silentium

Gibbons, O:

Hosanna to the son of David

Mason, John:

O Rex Gloriose

Parsons, R:

Ave Maria

Sheppard, J:

The Lord's Prayer

Taverner:

Kyrie 'Le Roy'

Alleluia. Veni, electa mea

Ave Dei Patris filia

Weelkes:

Alleluia, I heard a voice

Give ear, O Lord

Ninth Service


The Choir of Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford perform masterpieces by Taverner, Weelkes, Dering, Gibbons and Mason.

“To hear a choir like this is to hear a quality of musicianship with no equal anywhere in the world” The Independent on Sunday

Regis - RRC1320

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The Feast of St Michael and All Angels at Westminster Abbey (Michaelmas)

The Feast of St Michael and All Angels at Westminster Abbey (Michaelmas)


Alcock, W G:

Psalm 91 'Whoso dwelleth under the defence of the Most High'

Britten:

Jubilate Deo in C major (1961)

Dering:

Factum est silentium

Harvey, J:

Laus Deo

Howells:

A Sequence for St Michael

Langlais:

Messe Solennelle for mixed choir & organ

Leighton:

Preces and Responses

Stanford:

Psalm 148

Tippett:

Plebs angelica

Magnificat & Nunc dimittis (Collegium Sancti Johannis Cantabrigiense)

Vaughan Williams:

Te Deum in G


“The choir, atmospherically recorded in the Abbey itself, sings this demanding repertoire with its customary zeal and a well-blended sound, and the performances are directed with the panache and style one has come to expect from James O’Donnell. Robert Quinney’s contribution as organist culminates in a Laus Deo from Jonathan Harvey aptly described by O’Donnell in his booklet note as “the opulent psychedelia of [Messiaen’s] Turangalîla compressed into four minutes” The Telegraph

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Taverner to Tavener

Taverner to Tavener

Five Centuries of Music at Christ Church, Oxford


Blow:

Salvator Mundi

Crotch:

How dear are thy counsels

Dering:

Factum est silentium

Gibbons, O:

Hosanna to the son of David

Greene, E:

Lord, let me know mine end

Harris, W:

Lord of Love and Light of Light

Henry VIII:

Pastyme with good companye

Ley:

A Prayer of King Henry VI

Parsons, R:

Ave Maria

Purcell:

Jehova, quam multi sunt hostes mei, Z135

Tavener:

Hymn to the Holy Spirit

Taverner:

Kyrie 'Le Roy'

Walton:

A Litany 'Drop, drop slow tears'


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God So Loved The World

God So Loved The World

English Choral Music


Batten:

O Praise the Lord

Battishill:

O Lord, look down from heaven

Blow:

Salvator Mundi

Byrd:

Mass for four voices - Agnus Dei

Crotch:

How dear are thy counsels

Dering:

Factum est silentium

Elgar:

O Salutaris Hostia

Gibbons, O:

Almighty and everlasting God

Greene, M:

Lord, Let Me Know Mine End

Morley:

Nolo mortem peccatoris

Parry:

My soul, there is a country (No. 1 from Songs of Farewell)

Parsons, R:

Ave Maria

Philips, P:

Ascendit Deus

Stainer:

God so loved the world

Stanford:

Beati quorum via, Op. 38 No. 3

O for a closer walk with God, Op. 113 No. 6

Tallis:

Salvator mundi

Tomkins:

When David Heard

Weelkes:

Gloria in excelsis Deo


Figuralchor, Martina Mailänder

The choral tradition of British cathedrals and universities is world famous. Over the centuries, an immense trove of musical treasures came into being on the British Isles: euphonious choral settings which, in the meantime, have become increasingly popular on the European continent. The figuralchor köln conducted by Richard Mailänder has recorded some of the most beautiful motets and anthems in the original language. The settings by notable composers such as Thomas Tallis, William Byrd and Charles Villiers Stanford provide a comprehensive overview of the long tradition of English sacred choral music from the 16th to the 19th century.

Released or re-released in last 6 months

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A Year at York

A Year at York


Bairstow:

The Lamentation (as sung in York Minster)

Premiere recording

Blow:

Salvator Mundi

Bullock:

Give us the wings of faith

Carter, A:

The Magi

Premiere recording

Clucas:

A Prayer of Alcuin of York

Premiere recording

Comeau:

Audi coelum

Premiere recording

Dering:

Factum est silentium

Haynes:

O sacrum convivium

Premiere recording

Jackson, F:

Alleluia, laudate pueri Dominum

Jackson, Gabriel:

Justorum animae

Premiere recording

Joubert:

There Is No Rose

Moore, P:

Caedmon of Whitby’s First Hymn

Premiere recording

Naylor, E W:

Vox dicentis: Clama

Philips, P:

Ascendit Deus

Shephard:

Nunc Dimittis in A (In memoriam Lionel Dakers)

Premiere recording

Skempton:

Ave Virgo sanctissima

Stainer:

I saw the Lord

Stanford:

Evening Service in G, Op. 81: Magnificat

Tallis:

If ye love me

Taverner:

O Wilhelme, pastor bone


David Pipe (organ)

The Choir of York Minster, Robert Sharpe (director)

The first in a new series from Regent charting a musical journey through the church’s year at well-loved cathedrals.

This journey in music through a year at York Minster features a number of works written for the Choir of York Minster.

Several First recordings.

Featuring either the boy or the girl choristers, together with the Songmen.

Includes Charles Stanford’s Magnficat in G sung by Isabel Suckling (The Choirgirl).

“York offers a particularly rich crop of new and relatively recent music...Naylor's Vox dicentis...[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

“the men have a rich tone, almost operatic at times. This can occasionally overshadow York's chorister, whose sound has an attractive fragility....An auspicious start to what should prove a major collection of choral recording.” Gramophone Magazine, May 2012

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Tudor Anthems & Motets

Tudor Anthems & Motets


Byrd:

Haec dies

Ave verum Corpus

O Lux beata Trinitas

Miserere mei

O God give ear and do apply

Sing joyfully

Dering:

Factum est silentium

Farrant, R:

Call to remembrance, O Lord

Lord, for thy tender mercy's sake

Gibbons, O:

Hosanna to the son of David

O Lord, in thy wrath rebuke me not

Mudd:

Let thy merciful ears, O Lord

Parsons, R:

Ave Maria

Philips, P:

Ascendit Deus

Sheppard, J:

Libera Nos

Tallis:

Salvator mundi

If ye love me

Tomkins:

When David Heard

Weelkes:

O Lord Arise

Hosanna to the Son of David

White, Robert:

The Lord Bless Us


The Choir of Clare College, Cambridge, directed by Timothy Brown perform Tudor Anthems and Motets by an array of sixteenth century composers including the ever popular Byrd and Tallis and the less familiar figures of Dering, Philips, Mudd and Farrant. Clare College Choir is one of the UK’s finest mixed choirs.

“Clear trebles in Tallis's Salvator, alive rhythms in Philips's Ascendit” BBC Music Magazine, September 2011 ***

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Treasures of English Church Music

Treasures of English Church Music

A 2-CD set combining 'Faire is the heaven' (COLCD107) and 'Hail, gladdening Light' (COLCD113)


Amner:

Come, let's rejoice

anon.:

Rejoice in the Lord

Bairstow:

I sat down under his shadow

Britten:

A Hymn to the Virgin

Byrd:

Miserere mei

Haec dies

Ave verum corpus

Bow thine ear

Dering:

Factum est silentium

Elgar:

They are at rest

Farrant, R:

Hide not thou thy face

Lord, for thy tender mercy's sake

Gibbons, O:

O clap your hands

Hosanna to the Son of David

Goss, J:

These are they which follow the Lamb

Harris, W:

Faire is the heaven

Bring us, O Lord God

Howells:

Sing Lullaby

A Spotless Rose

Nunc dimittis

Morley:

Nolo mortem peccatoris

Parsons, R:

Ave Maria

Philips, P:

O beatum et sacrosanctum diem

Poston:

Jesus Christ the apple tree

Purcell:

Lord, how long wilt thou be angry?, Z25

Music for the Funeral of Queen Mary: Thou knowest, Lord

Hear my prayer, O Lord, Z15

Remember not, O Lord, our offences, Z50

Rutter:

Loving Shepherd of thy sheep

Sheppard, J:

In manus tuas

Stanford:

Beati quorum via, Op. 38 No. 3

Justorum animae, Op. 38 No. 1

Stone, R:

The Lord's Prayer

Tallis:

Loquebantur variis linguis

If ye love me

O nata lux de lumine 5vv

Tavener:

Hymn to the Mother of God

Hymn for the Dormition of the Mother of God

Taverner:

Christe Jesu, pastor bone

Tomkins:

When David heard

Vaughan Williams:

O Taste and See

O vos omnes

Walton:

What cheer?

A Litany 'Drop, drop slow tears'

Wood, C:

Hail, gladdening Light


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Hail, gladdening Light

Hail, gladdening Light

Music of the English Church


Amner:

Come, let's rejoice

anon.:

Rejoice in the Lord

Bairstow:

I sat down under his shadow

Dering:

Factum est silentium

Elgar:

They are at rest

Goss, J:

These are they which follow the Lamb

Harris, W:

Bring us, O Lord God

Howells:

Nunc dimittis

Morley:

Nolo mortem peccatoris

Philips, P:

O beatum et sacrosanctum diem

Purcell:

Remember not, O Lord, our offences, Z50

Rutter:

Loving Shepherd of thy sheep

Sheppard, J:

In manus tuas

Stanford:

Justorum animae, Op. 38 No. 1

Stone, R:

The Lord's Prayer

Tallis:

O nata lux de lumine 5vv

Tavener:

Hymn to the Mother of God

Hymn for the Dormition of the Mother of God

Taverner:

Christe Jesu, pastor bone

Tomkins:

When David heard

Vaughan Williams:

O vos omnes

Walton:

A Litany 'Drop, drop slow tears'

Wood, C:

Hail, gladdening Light


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English Church Music & Favourite Christmas Carols

English Church Music & Favourite Christmas Carols


Batten:

Deliver us, O Lord our God

Byrd:

Mass for four voices: Sanctus and Benedictus

Mass for four voices - Agnus Dei

Ave verum Corpus

Senex puerum portabat (from Gradualia 1605)

Iustorum animae

Cornelius:

The Three Kings

Dering:

Factum est silentium

Gauntlett:

Once in Royal David's city

Gibbons, O:

Hosanna to the son of David

O Lord, in thy wrath rebuke me not

Howells:

Magnificat (Collegium Regale, 1945)

Johnson, R:

Dum transisset sabbatum a 4

Mudd:

Let thy merciful ears, O Lord

Tallis:

Te Deum

Taverner:

Christe Jesu, pastor bone

trad.:

In Dulci Jubilo

(arr. Pearsall)

Ding dong! merrily on high

Weelkes:

Hosanna to the Son of David

O Lord Arise

Wesley, S S:

Cast me not away


Recorded 1949-54

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