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CO 6071

Padre Pio Prayer - The Sixteen

The Classical Shop
release date: April 2009

Originally recorded in 2009

Artists:

Harry Christophers


Ruth Massey

mezzo soprano

Grace Davidson

soprano

Julia Doyle

soprano

Mark Dobell

tenor

The Sixteen



Venue:

St Giles Church, Cripplegate

May 2008

Producer:

Mark Brown



Engineer:

Mike Hatch



Record Label
Coro Records

Genre:

Religious




Total Time - 63:36
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JAMES MACMILLAN

1 

Padre Pio's Prayer *

10:43
   
2 

The Lamb has come for us from the House of David

3:49
 Grace Davidson soprano
 

WILL TODD

 

Among Angels *

 
3 Fear Not 5:23
4 Find only joy 2:47
5 Seek out light 5:50
   
 

JAMES MACMILLAN

6 

On the Annumciation of the Blessed Virgin

6:48
   
 

WILL TODD

7 

Stay with me (Padre Pio's Prayer) *

7:48
   
 

ROXANNA PANUFNIK

8 

Prayer

5:20
 Julia Doyle soprano
 

JAMES MACMILLAN

9 

A New Song

5:23
   
 

ROXANNA PANUFNIK

10 

Stay with me (Padre Pio's Prayer) *

9:45
 Ruth Massey mezzo soprano
 Mark Dobell tenor
   


The result of a fascinating partnership with the Genesis Foundation, this disc features new commissions from three of Britain’s most respected contemporary composers: James MacMillan, Roxanna Panufnik and Will Todd. Whilst all are based on the prayer of the Capuchin priest, Padre Pio (the familiar name by which millions know St Pius of Pietrelcina), each new work is very different, but communicates equally powerfully the multitude of emotions expressed in the prayer – anxiety, frailty, warmth, confidence, ecstasy and, ultimately, peace. The brilliance of these three composers is exemplified not just by these remarkable new pieces but also by other works featured on this CD which The Sixteen brings to radiant life.

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