Humfrey: Hear my crying, O God
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Music and musicians at Westminster Abbey
Eight Medieval Lyrics Op. 91 for unaccompanied voices
Rejoice in the Lamb, Op. 30
Evening hymn, Z193
A Hymn to the Virgin
Hymn to St Cecilia, Op. 27
Not unto us, O Lord
Organ Voluntarie in C
O clap your hands
See, see, the Word is incarnate
Hear my crying, O God
In nomine a 4 No. 2
My heart is inditing, Z30
Music for the Funeral of Queen Mary, 1695: Funeral Sentences
The truth sent from above
The blessed Son of God
Christe qui lux es et dies IV
Westminster Abbey, the church at which all English monarchs have been crowned since 1066, is one of the great musical centres of the United Kingdom. Over the centuries, leading British organists, singers and composers have been closely associated with the abbey, which still plays a preponderant role in the musical and cultural life of the realm. From Orlando Gibbons to Benjamin Britten, this two-disc anthology presents a musical tour of this prestigious monument, its cloisters and the grandiose abbey church itself. A musical guide complete with plan to take you on a sumptuous pilgrimage through five centuries of creation.
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