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GM 7238

Rutti: Sermon on the Mount

The Classical Shop
release date: January 2002

Originally recorded in 2002

Artists:

Christopher Duarte


Carl Rutti

organ

Escorial Choir



Venue:

Norwich Cathedral



Producer:

David Dunnett


Michael Ponder



Engineer:

Michael Ponder



Record Label
Guild

Genre:

Choir


Organ

Total Time - 74:44
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CARL RUTTI

(b. 1949)
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Three Carols

9:47  
1 I wonder as I wander 2:02
2 O little town of Bethlehem 4:56
3 My dancing day 2:49
   
4 

O taste and see

3:01
   
5 

St Petr and St Paul

6:48
   
6 

A blessing

3:16
   
7 

Feuerzungen (Tongues of file)

7:08
   
8 

Das Mädchen or Ecce ancilla Domini

3:28
   
9 

Salve Regina

6:26
   
10 

Sas Windmühlerad (The windmill sail)

4:00
   
 

Sermon on the Mount

30:50  
11 I Introduction 3:33
12 II Beati 8:21
13 III Vae vobis 3:23
14 IV Ego autem 6:35
15 V Quis ergo 3:52
16 VI Respicite volatilia caeli 2:46
17 VII Amen 2:20
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"Full of rhythm and harmonic invention, Carl Rütti’s Three Carols have been recorded complete for the first time on this inspired CD. There are also première recordings of various other motets and carols, mostly written during the past six years and culminating in the dramatic cantata, Sermon on the Mount, with its vivid retelling of the famous story. In addition to the choral pieces, there are three elegant organ solos including a movement from Carl Rütti’s suite based on a theme from the Luzern (Lucerne?) Organ book. The Norwich-based choir Escorial are joined on this recording by the composer, expressively playing the organ of Norwich Cathedral."

Choir & Organ - November/December 2002


"...Overwhelmingly the performances here are very agreeable on the ear, and I have no doubt that appreciators of choral music will want this recording."

Simon Mold - Organists’ Review  - August 2003




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