Bairstow: Choral Music - Paul Provost (organ); Roderick Williams (baritone); St. John's College Choir, Cambridge (choir, chorus); Britten Sinfonia
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  1. Jesu, the Very Thought of Thee for chorus & orchestra/organ
  2. Blessed City, Heavenly Salem for chorus & orchestra/organ
  3. Evening Service for chorus & organ in D
  4. Lord, Thou Hast Been Our Refuge, for chorus & orchestra/organ
  5. If the Lord had not helped me, for chorus & organ
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  1. Jesu, the Very Thought of Thee for chorus & orchestra/organ
  2. Blessed City, Heavenly Salem for chorus & orchestra/organ
  3. Evening Service for chorus & organ in D
  4. Lord, Thou Hast Been Our Refuge, for chorus & orchestra/organ
  5. If the Lord had not helped me, for chorus & organ
  6. Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence for chorus & orchestra/organ
  7. Evening Service for chorus & organ (or orchestra) in G major
  8. Five Poems of the Spirit, for solo baritone, choir & orchestra
  9. Save Us, O Lord, anthem for chorus & organ
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Edward Bairstow was a composer associated with English churches in the early part of the last century; he later taught at Durham University, where one of his students was Gerald Finzi. He has almost been forgotten, but this attractive disc by the Choir of St. John's College Cambridge under David Hill makes a case for his revival among lovers of Anglican church music. The nine selections here include a cappella, organ-accompanied, and orchestral music. Bairstow succeeds better in the smaller dimensions; although the Five ...

Bairstow: Choral Music 2007, Hyperion

UPC: 034571174976

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