Humfrey: Hear, O Heav'ns

This page lists all recordings of Hear, O Heav'ns, by Pelham Humfrey (1647-74) on CD.

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Verse Anthems

Verse Anthems

From Bull to Boyce


Boyce:

O where shall wisdom be found?

Bull, J:

Almightly God, which by the leading of a star

Child, W:

Behold, how good and joyful

Gibbons, O:

This is the Record of John

Greene, E:

Lord, let me know mine end

Humfrey:

Hear, O Heav'ns

Locke:

Lord, let me know mine end

Purcell:

Blessed is the man that feareth the Lord, Z9

Tomkins:

Glory be to God on high

Weelkes:

Give ear, O Lord

Wise, M:

Prepare ye the way of the Lord


Gareth Price (organ)

Consortium, Edward Barbieri

Recorded in Douai Abbey, Berkshire, CONSORTIUM’s performances on this disc are utterly convincing and controlled. Their musicality is equally effective whether in word painting, pining melancholy or passages of lyrical dance.

Deux-Elles - DXL853

(CD)

$16.75

Usually despatched in 4 - 5 working days.

Hear, O Heav'ns

Hear, O Heav'ns

Chapel Royal Anthems


Blow:

The Lord even the most mighty

O Lord, thou hast searched me out and known me

Humfrey:

Hear, O Heav'ns

Locke:

How doth the city sit solitary

Purcell:

I will love thee, O Lord, ZN67

O Lord our Governor, Z141

Blessed is he whose unrighteousness is forgiven, Z8

Who hath believed our report?, Z64

Out of the deep have I called, Z45

Hear me, O Lord, the great support, Z133


Andrew Olleson (countertenor), Andrew Carwood (tenor), William Clements (bass), Robert MacDonald (bass)

Christ Church Cathedral Choir, Stephen Darlington

“..tastefully played. Whenever the tenor soloist, Andrew Carwood, sings, one sits up, because not only has he a good voice but he sounds as though he means what he is singing about” Gramophone Magazine

Nimbus - NI5454

(CD)

$19.25

Usually despatched in 4 - 5 working days.

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