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SIG 115
Hear My Words

Hear My Words: Choral and Organ Works

The Classical Shop
release date: January 2008

Originally recorded in 2008

Artists:

Ralph Allwood


David Goode

organ

Eton College Chapel Choir



Venue:

Eton College Chapel



Producer:

Matthew O'Donovan



Engineer:

Nick Goetzee



Record Label
Signum

Genre:

Choir


Organ

Total Time - 78:57
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CHARLES HUBERT H. PARRY

1 

Hear my words, ye people

15:03
   
 

WILLIAM BYRD

2 

Teach me, O Lord

3:23
   
 

CHARLES VILLIERS STANFORD

3 

Magnificat in G

3:57
   
 

FRANZ JOSEPH HAYDN

4 

Benedictus from Missa Brevis Sancti Joannis de Deo Hob XXII/7 (Little Organ Mass)

4:24
   
 

MALCOLM BOYLE

5 

Thou, O God, art praised in Sion

6:04
   
 

MAURICE GREENE

6 

Lord, let me know mine end

5:34
   
 

HENRY LEY

7 

A Prayer of King Henry VI

1:53
   
 

WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART

8 

Laudate Dominum from Vesperae solennes de Confessore KV339

4:02
   
 

THOMAS TOMKINS

9 

Out of the deep

4:06
   
 

CHARLES VILLIERS STANFORD

10 

A Song of wisdom

5:27
   
 

CESAR FRANCK

11 

Panis Angelics Messe Solennelle

3:58
   
 

FELIX MENDELSSOHN

12 

Hear my Prayer

11:19
  O for the wings of a dove  
 

LENNOX BERKELEY

13 

The Lord is my Shepherd

4:28
   
 

CHARLES HUBERT H. PARRY

14 

I was glad

5:19


Hear my words ye people by Hubert Parry, a former chorister at Eton College is the first track on the album featuring some of the bestloved anthems in the church repertoire, beautifully performed by the Eton College Chapel Choir.

The choir, formed in the 14th-Century has changed a great deal since the choir school was succeeded by a music scholarship system, designed to facilitate talented choristers with their education. Although life has changed at Eton, the music passed down over five hundred years still possesses a power to stir.

" ... the chief impression one is left with after hearing this disc is the excellence and polish of the choir ... this is a fine and very enjoyable disc. The performance standard is uniformly very high"


John Quinn

MuiscWebInternational - April 2008

"...None of these young voices is anything less than impressive, and several are quite distinguished..." 

Marc Rochester
 

Gramophone - April 2008



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