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Wesley: Anthems

The Classical Shop
release date: October 2006

Originally recorded in 2006

Venue:

York Minster



Engineer:

John H. West



Record Label
Guild

Genre:

Organ


Choir

Total Time - 68:03
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SAMUEL SEBASTIAN WESLEY

(1810-1876)
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1 

Let Us Lift Up Our Heart

8:39
2 

Thou O Lord God

4:28
3 

Thou Judge of Quick and Dead

4:21
4 

O GOd, Whose Nature and Property

2:40
5 

Praise the Lord, O my Soul

12:16
6 

Introduction and Fugue in C sharp miinor

6:42
7 

Trust Ye in the Lord

7:55
8 

Andante in D major

0:57
9 

Man That is Born of WOman

3:31
10 

To My Request and Earnet Cry

4:16
11 

Then Shall my Grateful Lips

3:42
12 

My Soul Hath Waited Long to See

8:36
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"... I cannot recommend this disc too highly. The acoustic of York Minster is a perfect setting for the music, and the choir is thoroughly on top of its work: it fields splendid soloists, trebles Alastair Hewish and Matthew Ferguson are particularly outstanding). Telling contributions come from Stephen Varcoe (baritone) and John Scott Whiteley (organ); and Philip Moore is the authoritative conductor. Peter Horton’s sleeve notes are a model of their kind."

Adrian Smith - Classical Music on the Web -  April 2001


"...I warmly recommend this wonderful CD. The Minster Choir are on top form and the soloists are excellent. A must for the connoisseur of 19th century Anglican church music."

JR - The Organ Vol 80 No. 316 - Summer 2001
 




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