Burgon: Choral Music - Alan Thomas (trumpet); David Bednall (organ); Wells Cathedral Choir (choir, chorus); Matthew Owens (conductor)
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  1. At the round earth's imagined corners, for voice, trumpet & organ
  2. The Assumption (No. 1 of Christ's Love), for chorus
  3. Short Mass, for chorus
  4. Of flowers and emeralds sheen, for chorus
  5. Magnificat, for chorus & organ
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  1. At the round earth's imagined corners, for voice, trumpet & organ
  2. The Assumption (No. 1 of Christ's Love), for chorus
  3. Short Mass, for chorus
  4. Of flowers and emeralds sheen, for chorus
  5. Magnificat, for chorus & organ
  6. Nunc dimittis, for chorus, trumpet & organ
  7. As the angels stood (No. 1 of The First World), for 2 voices & chorus
  8. Apple Blossom (No. 2 of The First World), for chorus
  9. The Corpus Christi Carol (No. 2 of Christ's Love), for voice & chorus
  10. The song of the creatures, for 3 voices, chorus & organ
  11. Death be not proud, for voice, chorus, trumpet & organ
  12. Come let us pity not the dead, for chorus, trumpet & organ
  13. Te Deum, for voice, chorus & organ
  14. Nunc dimittis, for chorus, trumpet & organ
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British composer Geoffrey Burgon has managed to carve out a career as a composer without becoming pigeonholed into a particular genre or musical style. He is perhaps best known for his scores for Monty Python's Life of Brian, and BBC's Brideshead Revisited, and an excerpt from his score for the film Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy appeared on Britain's Top Ten pop charts. He is equally at home writing for voice and chorus, and a significant part of his catalog is devoted to choral music, some of which is collected on this CD. ...

Burgon: Choral Music 2007, Hyperion

UPC: 034571175676

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