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Choir Works

Synopsis

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To mark Russian Orthodox Easter Day, Choir Works begins a series of four programmes tracing Russia's rich and distinctive choral tradition.
1: Passion and Resurrection. The sonorous singing of the Russian Orthodox church continued throughout the country's turbulent history despite periods of censorship and persecution. With
Jeremy Summerly and composer Ivan Moody. Anon Of Thy Mystical Supper
Moscow Patriarchate Choir, conductor Anatoli Grindenko
Paschal Hymns from St Sergius Monastery, Zagorsk
Ivan Moody Passion and Resurrection (first broadcast)
Micaela Hasiam (soprano), Andrew Murgatroyd (tenor), Stephen Charlesworth (baritone), Jane Cawardine and Robert Salter
(violins), Claire Finnimore (viola), Helen Binney (cello), Chris West
(double bass), Richard Home (bells), BBC Singers, conductor Ivor Bolton Producers Michael Emery and Kate Bolton

Contributors

Unknown: Jeremy Summerly
Unknown: Ivan Moody.
Conductor: Anatoli Grindenko
Soprano: Micaela Hasiam
Soprano: Andrew Murgatroyd
Tenor: Stephen Charlesworth
Baritone: Jane Cawardine
Baritone: Robert Salter
Violins: Claire Finnimore
Cello: Helen Binney
Conductor: Ivor Bolton
Producers: Michael Emery
Producers: Kate Bolton






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