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Composers of the Week:Some English Mystics


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2/5. Donald Macleod considers visions and visionaries, and how in the 20th century mystical ideas in art and music expanded to include a Celtic element. He begins with John Browne , a shadowy but remarkable contributor to the 15th-century Eton Choirbook. John Browne Stabat luxta
Tallis Scholars, director Peter Phillips Howells Hymnus Paradisi (excerpt)
Julie Kennard (soprano), John Mark Ainsley (tenor), Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Choir and Orchestra, conductor Vernon Handley
Lennox Berkeley Four Poems of St Teresa of Avila, Op 27 Catherine Wyn-Rogers (contralto), BBC NOW, conductor Richard Hickox
Bantock Celtic Symphony RPO, conductor
Vernon Handley Repeated on Monday at midnight


Unknown: Donald MacLeod
Unknown: John Browne
Unknown: John Browne Stabat
Director: Peter Phillips
Director: Howells Hymnus Paradisi
Soprano: Julie Kennard
Soprano: John Mark Ainsley
Conductor: Vernon Handley
Conductor: Richard Hickox
Conductor: Vernon Handley

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Composers of the Week:Some English Mystics

BBC Radio 3, 6 September 2005 12.00

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