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James MacMillan: Who Are These Angels? - Canty; Cappella Nova; Edinburgh Quartet; John Kitchen (organ); William Taylor (harp); Alan Tavener (conductor)
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  1. And lo, the Angel of the Lord, for chorus
  2. Qui meditabitur, for chorus
  3. O Radiant Dawn, for chorus
  4. Lux aeterna, for chorus
  5. Os mutorum, for chorus
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  1. And lo, the Angel of the Lord, for chorus
  2. Qui meditabitur, for chorus
  3. O Radiant Dawn, for chorus
  4. Lux aeterna, for chorus
  5. Os mutorum, for chorus
  6. Bring us, O Lord, for chorus
  7. Canticle of Zachariah, for chorus
  8. Benedictus Deus, motet for chorus
  9. Advent Antiphon, for chorus
  10. Pascha nostrum immolatus est, for chorus
  11. Who are these Angels?, for chorus
  12. Think of how God loves you, for chorus
  13. Benedicimus Deum caeli, for chorus
  14. Mass of the Blessed, for chorus & organ
  15. Tota pulchra es, for chorus & organ
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The small-scale choral genre often elicits some of Scots composer James MacMillan's most inspired and appealing works. This collection by the ensemble Cappella Nova, led by Alan Tavener and joined by the women's quartet Canty, the Edinburgh Quartet, medieval harpist William Taylor, and organist John Kitchen features pieces (except for one early work) written between 2007 and 2010. The album includes the seven pieces that make up the composer's second set of Strathclyde motets as well as individual anthems, antiphons, and ...

James MacMillan: Who Are These Angels? 2011, Linn Records

UPC: 691062038324

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