CHARLES HUBERT H. PARRY (1848-1918)
 The Soul's Ransom 47:04  
  Sinfonia Sacra  
  for soprano, bass, chorus and orchestra  
  Section 1  
1 Introduction 4:18
2 Chorus: 'Who can number the sands of the sea' 8:17
  Section 2  
3 Bass solo: 'Hear ye this, O ye people' 4:21
4 Chorus: 'We look for light' 3:22
5 Soprano solo & Chorus: 'Why are ye so fearful, O ye of little faith?' 7:03
  Section 3  
6 Bass solo & Chorus: 'The hand of the Lord was upon em' 9:27
  Section 4  
7 Soprano solo: 'The people that walked in darkness' 5:00
8 Chorus: 'See now, ye that love the light' 5:06
   
 The Lotos Eaters 32:39  
  for soprano, chorus and orchestra  
9 I 'There is sweet music here that softer falls' 3:36
10 II 'Why are we weigh'd upon with heaviness' 1:39
11 III 'Lo! in the middle of the wood' 2:40
12 IV 'Hateful is the dark-blue sky' 2:23
13 V 'How sweet it were, hearing the downward stream' 4:25
14 VI 'Dear is the memory of wedded lives' 4:29
15 VII 'But, propt on beds of amaranth and moly' 2:19
16 VIII 'The Lotos blooms below the barren peak' 11:08
 David Wilson-Johnson baritone
 Della Jones contralto
 Matthias Bamert
  25-27 March 1991