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Empyreum - Heroines in Heaven

Cook: Music for organ harp and voices

The Classical Shop
release date: November 2007


Artists:

Voces Oxonienses

Choir

Tacye Phillipson

Harp

Samuel Hudson

Organ

Augusta Hebbert

Soprano

Jennifer Clark

Soprano

Venue:

Merton College Chapel, Oxford


Girton College Chapel, Cambridge



Engineer:

Jonathan Haskell



Record Label
Diversions

Genre:

Chamber




Total Time - 67:24
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Empyreum - Heroines in Heaven

 

JAMES COOK

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1 

There is a World above the Sun

1:28
 Augusta Hebbert Soprano
 Tacye Phillipson Harp
     
 

Symphony for Organ and Harp

 
2 I 1. Tripudium 6:23
 Samuel Hudson Organ
 Tacye Phillipson Harp
3 II 2. Prolegomenon 2:29
 Samuel Hudson Organ
 Tacye Phillipson Harp
4 III 3. Noyade 6:23
 Samuel Hudson Organ
 Tacye Phillipson Harp
5 IV 4. Trisagion 4:22
 Samuel Hudson Organ
 Tacye Phillipson Harp
6 V 5. Empyreum 18:07
 Samuel Hudson Organ
 Tacye Phillipson Harp
     
7 

In Heaven shall all be love

2:28
 Voces Oxonienses Choir
     
 

Trilogy for Organ and Harp

 
8 I Kinoth 7:28
 Samuel Hudson Organ
 Tacye Phillipson Harp
9 II Rehoboth 6:21
 Samuel Hudson Organ
 Tacye Phillipson Harp
10 III Beulah 8:47
 Samuel Hudson Organ
 Tacye Phillipson Harp
     
11 

Heaven's Eternal Sunshine

3:08
 Jennifer Clark Soprano
 Samuel Hudson Organ


Following two CDs of the choral music of James Cook and the first CD of his organ music (to be followed by a double CD of organ symphonies in November 2006), this recital features music for organ and harp, two with solo voice and one with choir.  All in Cook’s distinctive yet approachable and very listenable style.

“...the two songs are appealing and ably performed… Voces Oxonienses…are sensitive and engaging in their performance. Overall the performances are good.”

David Blomenberg
 

Music Web

“...captivating accounts of two short sun-drenched songs… what is apparent is a sincerity of expression and a real desire to communicate… will prove both comforting and enjoyable.”

Marc Rochester

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