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Album Info

Album Veröffentlichung:
2020

HRA-Veröffentlichung:
22.10.2020

Label: Opus Arte

Genre: Classical

Subgenre: Choral

Interpret: The Choir of Magdalen College, Oxford & Mark Williams

Komponist: William McKie (1901-1984), Bernard Rose (1916-1996), Matthew Martin (1976), Steven Griffin (1969), Grayston Ives (1948), Thomas Appleby (1488-1563), Campbell Stewart Haldane (1868-1942), Thomas Tomkins (1572-1656), James Whitbourn (1963), John Varley Robert (1841-1920), Roderick Williams (1965), John Harper (1947)

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  • William McKie (1901 - 1984):
  • 1We Wait for Thy Loving Kindness, O God02:31
  • Bernard Rose (1916 - 1996):
  • 2Feast Song for Saint Cecilia04:44
  • Matthew Martin:
  • 3A Hymn to St. Etheldreda03:06
  • Steven Griffin:
  • 4Jesus refulsit omnium02:17
  • Grayston Ives (b. 1948):
  • 5Faithful Shepherd06:08
  • Thomas Appleby (1488 - 1563):
  • 6Magnificat12:16
  • Haldane Campbell Stewart (1868 - 1942):
  • 7King of Glory, King of Peace03:25
  • Thomas Tomkins (1572 - 1656):
  • 8Almighty and Everlasting God, Who Hatest Nothing02:51
  • James Whitbourn (b. 1963):
  • 9Set Me as a Seal Upon Thine Heart04:54
  • John Varley Roberts (1841 - 1920):
  • 10Seek Ye the Lord04:44
  • Roderick Williams (b. 1965):
  • 11This Is the Work of Christ02:58
  • John Harper:
  • 12Salve regina04:39
  • Norman Cocker (1889 - 1953):
  • 13Tuba Tune04:55
  • William Hayes (1708 - 1777):
  • 14Lord, Thou Hast Been Our Refuge04:51
  • John Sheppard (1515 - 1558):
  • 15Kyrie lux et origo04:11
  • John Stainer (1840 - 1901):
  • 16I Saw the Lord07:29
  • Total Runtime01:15:59

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Fünf Jahrhunderte Musik aus Magdalena: Der 1480 gegründete Chor des Magdalen College, Oxford, hat sich mit seinen historischen Traditionen und seinem raffinierten Klang als fruchtbarer Boden für Generationen von Komponisten erwiesen. Von den erfindungsreichen und ausladenden Texten John Sheppards bis hin zur Mystik und Leidenschaft der jüngsten Vertonungen von James Whitbourn feiert dieses Programm ein einzigartiges und fein ausgearbeitetes Vermächtnis der Chormusik und des erhabenen Gesangs, das in unserer Zeit ebenso blüht wie im 15. Jahrhundert.

The Choir of Magdalen College, Oxford
Mark Williams, Leitung




The Choir of Magdalen College, Oxford
The Choir of men and boys is one of the three foundation choirs within the University of Oxford, although most other colleges now have their own choirs. The College was founded in 1458, and in the statutes, provision was made for the eight singing-men, four chaplains and sixteen choristers of Magdalen College Choir. More recently, an additional four singing men (Academical Clerks) and two Organ Scholars were added to the complement, and this tradition has been maintained to this day.

The Choristers are part of the College Foundation, receiving their academic education at Magdalen College School. The Academical Clerks and Organ Scholars are undergraduates at the College, reading for degrees in a variety of subjects.

The College Choir sings six of the seven sung services each week during Full Term. Away from the Chapel, they have toured Japan, USA, Hungary, Italy, Belgium, Holland, Germany and France, and have appeared at the BBC Proms; later this term they will give a Christmas concert in London as part of the Choral at Cadogan series. Recent orchestral performances have included collaborations with the Britten Sinfonia, the Academy of St. Martin in the Fields and the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment. Since 2013, the Choir has recorded exclusively for Opus Arte, the label of the Royal Opera House; information on current releases can be found here. In the past, the Choir was involved with a number of soundtracks, including Richard Attenborough’s movie, Shadowlands, and also the award-winning BBCTV series, Blue Planet.



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