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Choirworks

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Celebrating
Stanford Paul Guinery introduces a concert given in St Paul's Church, Knightsbridge, to mark the 150th anniversary of the birth of Charles Villiers Stanford.
David Goode (organ), BBC Singers, conductor Stephen Cleobury
Stanford Magnificat for double chorus, Op 164
A Song of Wisdom, Op 113 No 6; Hymn (after A Songof Wisdom) With Robert Johnston (tenor)
Three motets, Op 38: Justorum Animae; Beati Quorum Via; Coelos Ascendit ; For All the Saints ("Engelberg");
Fantasia In Festo Omnium Sanctorum", Op 121 (organ solo);
ForLo, I Raise Up, Op 145
With Margaret Feaviour (soprano), Andrew Murgatroyd (tenor)
A Song of Freedom, Op 113 No 1 With Judith Harris (mezzo)
Hymn (after A Song of Freedom);
The Train, Op 119 No 4; The Blue Bird,
Op 119 No 3; Quick, We Have But a Second; The Lord Is My Shepherd; Te Deum in B flat. Op 10
With Jennifer Adams-Barbaro (soprano), Lynette Alcantara (mezzo), David Roy
(tenor), Stephen Charlesworth (baritone)

Contributors

Introduces: Stanford Paul Guinery
Unknown: Charles Villiers Stanford.
Unknown: David Goode
Conductor: Stephen Cleobury
Conductor: Stanford Magnificat
Tenor: Robert Johnston
Unknown: Coelos Ascendit
Soprano: Margaret Feaviour
Tenor: Andrew Murgatroyd
Unknown: Judith Harris
Unknown: Te Deum
Soprano: Jennifer Adams-Barbaro
Soprano: Lynette Alcantara
Tenor: David Roy
Tenor: Stephen Charlesworth

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