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GM 7105

The Glory of St George's

The Classical Shop
release date: June 2006

Originally recorded in 2006

Artists:

Christopher Robinson


John Porter

organ

The Choir of St Georges Chapel, Windsor



Venue:

St Georges Chapel, Windsor



Producer:

Barry Rose



Engineer:

Nicolas Ware



Record Label
Guild

Genre:

Choir




Total Time - 49:16
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SIDNEY CAMPBELL

(1909-1973)
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1 

Praise to God in the highest

2:24
   
 

JOHANNES BRAHMS

(1833-1897)
2 

How lovely is Thy dwelling place

5:57
  from A German Requiem  
 

WILLIAM HENRY HARRIS

(1883-1973)
3 

King of Glory, King of Peace

5:42
4 

Prelude in E flat

2:52
  Organ solo  
 

HENRY WALFORD DAVIES

(1869-1941)
5 

Psalm 121 - I will lift up mine eyes

2:19
   
 

CHARLES VILLIERS STANFORD

(1852-1924)
6 

Te Deum Laudamus in C

8:03
   
 

LOUIS VIERNE

(1870-1937)
7 

Final (Symphonie I)

6:11
  Organ solo  
 

CHRISTOPHER ROBINSON

(b. 1936)
8 

Rejoice and be merry

1:50
   
 

BENJAMIN BRITTEN

(1913-1976)
9 

Jubilate Deo

2:44
   
 

MICHAEL TIPPETT

(b. 1905)
 

Five Negro Spirituals from A Child of Our Time

11:14  
10 1 Steal away to Jesus 2:28
11 2 Nobody knows the trouble I see 1:28
12 3 Go down, Moses 2:35
13 4 By and by 1:34
14 5 Deep river 3:09
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"...The St. George’s Choir comprises sixteen boys and twelve Lay Clerks (four altos, tenors, and basses). They stand and sing these simple, tuneful pieces with vigour and conviction. Their words are remarkably clear, and the few solo phrases are well handled... The organ is always supportive and often thrilling."  "The sound is glorious"

Ralph V Lucano
 

Fanfare - July/August 1995



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