Choir of Westminster Abbey / Worcester Cathedral Choir - Vaughan Williams: Hymns and Choral Music flac mp3
Ralph Vaughan Williams. Choir of Westminster Abbey, Worcester Cathedral Choir. 2. O Taste and See, motet for chorus & organ (Psalm 34). Ralph Vaughan Williams. 3. Wassail Song ("We've been awhile awandering"), song for chorus (English Folksongs for chorus No. 5; Traditional English Carols No. 8). 4. Te Deum for chorus & organ (or orchestra) in G.
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Orchestra: Worcester Cathedral Choir, Westminster Abbey Choir. Conductor: Christopher Robinson, Douglas Guest. Composer: Ralph Vaughan Williams. The Choir of Worcester Cathedral under Christopher Robinson sings beautifully throughout, but their efforts are severely compromised by the acoustics of the venue (the booklet notes contain the texts but no information about composer, performers or where this disc was recorded - though it may be because what I have seems to be a reissue of the original recording), and the sound is really. woolly, flat and distant, which is a shame. This is a lovely collection of Vaughan Williams' choral works and hymns. Unfortunately, Chandos strikes again. The sound quality is very poor.
The Choir of Westminster Abbey is renowned worldwide as one of the finest choirs of its type. Comprising some thirty boys (all of whom attend the Abbey’s unique Choir School) and twelve professional adult singers (known as Lay Vicars), its main focus is to sing the daily choral services in the Abbey, as it has done for more than six centuries. It also plays a central role in the many royal, state, and national occasions which take place here, many of which are broadcast on television and radio. Its critically acclaimed catalogue covers a wide range of music including the complete Great Service by William Byrd, music by John Taverner and Christopher Tye, choral works by Elgar, Ireland, Bax and Finzi, Parry ceremonial music with Onyx Brass, Duruflé Requiem with Britten Sinfonia and, most recently, Missa Videte miraculum and other works by the Tudor composer Nicholas Ludford.
Finzi, Bax, Ireland; The Choir of Westminster Abbey, Daniel Cook, James O’Donnell. 1. - Favourite Hymns. Choir of Westminster Abbey. Album + Compilation. Hymns and Choral Music. Ralph Vaughan Williams; Choir of Worcester Cathedral, Choir of Westminster Abbey. Showing official release groups by this artist.
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Choir – Choir Of Worcester Cathedral. Composed By – Vaughan Williams (tracks: A1,A2,A6 to B5). Conductor – Christopher Robinson. Design – Hamish Grimes. Organ – Harry Bramma. Photography By – Anthony Rosser. Photography By – Douglas Glass. Producer – Brian Culverhouse.
|1||Come Down, O Love Divine, hymn ("Down Ampney")||Choir of Westminster Abbey / Worcester Cathedral Choir||3:34|
|2||O Taste and See, motet for chorus & organ (Psalm 34)||Choir of Westminster Abbey / Worcester Cathedral Choir||1:35|
|3||Wassail Song ("We've been awhile awandering"), song for chorus (English Folksongs for chorus No. 5; Traditional English Carols No. 8)||Choir of Westminster Abbey / Worcester Cathedral Choir||3:02|
|4||Te Deum for chorus & organ (or orchestra) in G||Choir of Westminster Abbey / Worcester Cathedral Choir||7:11|
|5||Wither's Rocking Hymn ("Sweet baby, sleep! What ails my dear?"), carol for chorus||Choir of Westminster Abbey / Worcester Cathedral Choir||3:13|
|6||For All the Saints Who from Their Labours Rest, hymn ("Sine nomine")||Choir of Westminster Abbey / Worcester Cathedral Choir||2:11|
|7||Valiant for Truth, motet for chorus (with piano or organ ad lib)||Choir of Westminster Abbey / Worcester Cathedral Choir||5:19|
|8||Prayer to the Father of Heaven, motet for chorus||Choir of Westminster Abbey / Worcester Cathedral Choir||4:23|
|Choral Hymns (3) for baritone or tenor, chorus & orchestra|
|9||Easter Hymn||Choir of Westminster Abbey / Worcester Cathedral Choir||4:05|
|10||Christmas Hymn||Choir of Westminster Abbey / Worcester Cathedral Choir||6:13|
|11||Whitsunday Hymn||Choir of Westminster Abbey / Worcester Cathedral Choir||4:13|
|Mass for soloists & chorus in G minor|
|12||Sanctus||Choir of Westminster Abbey / Worcester Cathedral Choir||2:29|
|13||Festival Te Deum for chorus & organ (or orchestra)||Choir of Westminster Abbey / Worcester Cathedral Choir||7:21|
CreditsChoir of Westminster Abbey - Orchestra, Primary Artist
Brian Couzens - Producer
Douglas Guest - Conductor
Penny Olymbios - Cover Design
Peter Reynolds - Digital Remastering
Christopher Robinson - Conductor
Mark Thirsk - Art Direction
Worcester Cathedral Choir - Orchestra, Primary Artist