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Music for
Michaelmas Paul Guinery presents a sequence of words and music for the feast of St
Michael and All Angels. For composers like Parry and Howells, and writers like
George Herbert , the warrior angel stands at the gate of heaven "the winged sentry, all skilful in the wars".
Parry My Soul, There Is a country (Songs of Farewell) Choir of Trinity College,
Cambridge, conductor Richard Marlow Howells A Sequence for St Michael
Vaughan Williams A Vision of Aeroplanes Finzi Singers, conductor Paul Spicer Britten The Company of Heaven Peter Barkworth and Sheila Allen
(readers), Catherine Pope (soprano). Dan Dressen (tenor), London
Philharmonic Choir, English Chamber Orchestra, conductor Philip Brunelle


Unknown: Michaelmas Paul Guinery
Unknown: George Herbert
Conductor: Richard Marlow
Unknown: St Michael
Unknown: Vaughan Williams
Conductor: Paul Spicer
Conductor: Sheila Allen
Readers: Catherine Pope
Tenor: Dan Dressen
Conductor: Philip Brunelle

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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

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