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John Rutter: The Tewkesbury Collection - Alexandra Lowdon (oboe); Carleton Etherington (organ); Christopher Borrett (baritone); Christopher Monk (baritone);...
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  1. Lord, Thou Hast Been Our Refuge, for trumpet, choir & organ
  2. Dormi Jesu (The Virgin's Cradle Hymn)
  3. This is the day which the Lord hath made, anthem for chorus
  4. Carol of the Magi, for baritone, cello, choir & orchestra
  5. As the Bridegroom To His Chosen for chorus & strings
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  1. Lord, Thou Hast Been Our Refuge, for trumpet, choir & organ
  2. Dormi Jesu (The Virgin's Cradle Hymn)
  3. This is the day which the Lord hath made, anthem for chorus
  4. Carol of the Magi, for baritone, cello, choir & orchestra
  5. As the Bridegroom To His Chosen for chorus & strings
  6. The Lord Is My Shepherd, for chorus & orchestra
  7. Ave Maria, for chorus & orchestra
  8. The Lord Bless You and Keep You, for chorus & orchestra
  9. A Prayer of St. Patrick for chorus
  10. Hymn to the Creator of Light, for unaccompanied double choir
  11. Wells Jubilate, for chorus, organ & orchestra
  12. God Be in My Head, for chorus
  13. The Gift of Charity, anthem for chorus
  14. There is a flower
  15. A Choral Amen, for chorus & orchestra
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The chief difference between this release and other John Rutter collections on the market lies not in the music but in the performances. The program resulted from a decision by then Tewkesbury Abbey Schola Cantorum director Benjamin Nicholas, who issued a series of recordings featuring this venerable men-and-boys choir in a variety of repertory. The selection of Rutter pieces is commendably broad, with limpid folkish carols like There is a flower (track 14) juxtaposed with harmonically adventurous pieces, at least by Rutter ...

John Rutter: The Tewkesbury Collection 2013, Delphian

UPC: 801918341076

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