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Wydawnictwo: Hyperion
Nr katalogowy: CDA 68013
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: listopad 2013
EAN: 34571280134
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Obszar (język): angielski

Rejoice, the Lord is king! - Great Hymns from Westminster Abbey

Hyperion - CDA 68013
Kompozytor
Wykonawcy
Robert Quinney, organ
Westminster Abbey Choir / James O’Donnell
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Limelight
 
1 All people that on earth do dwell Old Hundredth VAUGHAN WILLIAMS [4'49]
2 Praise, my soul, the king of heaven! GOSS [2'35]
3 The Lord’s my shepherd Crimond IRVINE/GRANT/ROSS [3'06]
4 Love divine, all loves excelling Blaenwern ROWLANDS [3'21]
5 Guide me, O thou great redeemer Cwm Rhondda HUGHES [2'37]
6 Rejoice, the Lord is king! Gopsal HANDEL [2'29]
7 Christ is made the sure foundation Westminster Abbey PURCELL [3'27]
8 Love of the Father Song 22 GIBBONS [2'34]
9 Drop, drop, slow tears Song 46 GIBBONS [1'23]
10 Thine be the glory Maccabaeus HANDEL [2'48]
11 All my hope on God is founded Michael HOWELLS [3'26]
12 St Patrick’s Breastplate STANFORD [5'21]
13 Dear Lord and Father of mankind Repton PARRY [3'37]
14 O praise ye the Lord! Laudate Dominum PARRY [2'33]
15 O thou who camest from above Hereford WESLEY [2'38]
16 Let all mortal ?esh keep silence Picardy ANONYMOUS [2'47]
17 O worship the king Hanover CROFT [2'21]
18 I heard the voice of Jesus say Kingsfold VAUGHAN WILLIAMS [2'37]
19 Come down, O love divine Down Ampney VAUGHAN WILLIAMS [3'13]
20 Praise to the Lord, the Almighty Lobe den Herren ANONYMOUS [3'03]
21 Abide with me Eventide MONK [4'46]
22 Jerusalem PARRY [3'06]
In this new album, Westminster Abbey rings with the voices of the choir and organ lifted in the great hymns which, familiar to all, are a vital part of our national character and history. The recording brings the experience of Abbey occasions from royal weddings to state funerals to regular services into the home.

The singing of hymns has its roots in the earliest days of the Christian church and remains a central part of the liturgy. In the Anglican church, and nowhere more so than in Westminster Abbey, this is a tradition that thrives, and where tunes from the sixteenth century sit happily alongside fervent Methodist outpourings, profound Victorian sentiment, the ‘rediscoveries’ of Vaughan Williams, and arrangements by the Abbey’s musicians of today.

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