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Eriks E?envalds: Northern Lights - Anna Cavaliero (soprano); Eleanor Kornas (organ); Hannah King (soprano); Hannah Partridge (soprano);...
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  1. O salutaris Hostia, for 2 sopranos & chorus
  2. The new moon, for chorus
  3. Psalm 67, for chorus
  4. Trinity Te Deum, for chorus
  5. Northern Lights, for tenor & chorus
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  1. O salutaris Hostia, for 2 sopranos & chorus
  2. The new moon, for chorus
  3. Psalm 67, for chorus
  4. Trinity Te Deum, for chorus
  5. Northern Lights, for tenor & chorus
  6. The heavens' flock, for chorus
  7. The earthly rose, for chorus & harp
  8. Merton College Service, for soprano & chorus
  9. Rivers of light, for soprano, bass, chorus & jaw harp
  10. Ubi caritas, for chorus
  11. Amazing Grace, spiritual for chorus
  12. O Emmanuel, for chorus (from collective Seven Advent Antiphons)
  13. Who can sail without the wind?, for mezzo-soprano, tenor, chorus & harp
  14. Stars, for chorus & water glasses
  15. Only in sleep, for soprano & chorus
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One critic has dubbed the music of Latvian composer Eriks Esenvalds "relentless rapture," and it's true that the choral pieces here, mostly unaccompanied (a harp is a nice addition in three of them), do not vary widely in mood. But one can't blame Esenvalds for moving into what is clearly a wide-open space in the market between Baltic holy minimalism and the harmonic and philosophical warm bath of John Rutter's music. Esenvalds negotiates this happy medium very well, with just enough sentiment in the big soprano lines to ...

Eriks E?envalds: Northern Lights 2015, Hyperion

UPC: 034571280837

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