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Performance on 3


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The splendour of Westminster Cathedral is the perfect setting for 1,000 years of musical history: early plainchant and the purity of Perotin 's 13th-century vocal polyphony contrast with music by Judith Weir and Mahler's Resurrection symphony. This concert was originally broadcast live in September 1999.
Solveig Kringleborn (soprano), Catherine Wyn-Rogers (mezzo), London Symphony Chorus, Orlando Consort, BBC Singers, BBC Symphony Chorus and Orchestra, conductors Andrew Davis and Stephen Cleobury
Plainchant Etenim Sederunt Principes;
Ideo Celos Apertos; Video Celos Apertos (communion)
Perotin Viderunt Omnes Fines
Terrae Weir All the Ends of the Earth
Mahler Symphony No 2 (Resurrection) (R)


Music By: Judith Weir
Soprano: Solveig Kringleborn
Soprano: Catherine Wyn-Rogers
Conductors: Andrew Davis
Unknown: Terrae Weir

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