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CARR, P.: Requiem for an Angel / I Thank You God for this Most Amazing Day / Holding the Stars / Now Comes Beauty (Carr)

CARR, P.: Requiem for an Angel / I Thank You God for this Most Amazing Day / Holding the Stars / Now Comes Beauty (Carr)

The Classical Shop
release date: November 2013

Originally recorded in 2013

Artists:

Bath Philharmonia

Orchestra

Gavin Carr

Conductor

Chorus Angelorum

Choir

Sophie Bevan

Soloist

Mark Stone

Soloist

Chorus Angelorum

Choral

Venue:

St. Jude-on-the-Hill, London, England, United Kingdom

Venue

Record Label
Stone Records

Genre:

Choir


Classical

Total Time - 71:31
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CARR, P.: Requiem for an Angel / I Thank You God for this Most Amazing Day / Holding the Stars / Now Comes Beauty (Carr)

     
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PAUL CARR

     
 

Requiem for an Angel

 
1 Requiem Aeternam 07:28
2 Pie Jesu 05:55
3 Chorale: Let Mine Eyes See Thee 05:16
4 Sanctus 05:17
5 Agnus Dei 08:10
6 Song: Do I Love You 03:55
7 Kyrie 04:00
8 Lux Aeterna 11:13
 Sophie Bevan Soloist
 Mark Stone Soloist
     
9 

I Thank You God for this Most Amazing Day

09:42
 Chorus Angelorum Choir
     
10 

Holding the Stars

05:51
 Chorus Angelorum Choir
     
11 

Now Comes Beauty

04:44
 Chorus Angelorum Choir
     
 Gavin Carr Conductor


The première recording of Carr’s Requiem and other choral works

 

"...Sends the soul off to a better and blissful place..." 

The Classical Music Sentinel

 


"...A moving tribute to the mother of Paul and Gavin Carr, similar in structure and mood to the requiems of Fauré and Brahms… ever-developing orchestral colours… all lovingly sung and performed." ****  

Classical Music Magazine


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