Handel: Messiah (Highlights)

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The Cambridge Singers | Royal Philharmonic Orchestra | John Rutter (conductor)

Handel: Messiah (Highlights)

30 favourite excerpts from The Cambridge Singers/John Rutter/Royal Philharmonic Orchestra’s complete performance of Handel’s Messiah, including the Christmas section, the Pastoral Symphony, the Hallelujah chorus, and I Know that my Redeemer Liveth.

Lighten our Darkness

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The Cambridge Singers
John Rutter (conductor)

Lighten our Darkness

The complete Office of Compline in English, as recorded in the sumptuous acoustic of the Ely Cathedral Lady Chapel, together with 18 lovely a cappella motets written to adorn the the evening worship of the church. Two-CD set.

Tarik O’Regan: Voices

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Choir of Clare College Cambridge
Timothy Brown (conductor)

Tarik O’Regan: Voices

Voices, a collection of 14 première recordings of the music of Tarik O’Regan, one of the most exciting choral composers to emerge in the 21st century. His music is tonal, although edgy and definably contemporary.

Fancies

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The Cambridge Singers | City of London Sinfonia
John Rutter (conductor)

Fancies

This album explores the secular works by Rutter: Fancies is an Elizabethan poetry cycle; When Icicles Hang sets texts by Shakespeare and Campion; the Five Childhood Lyrics set a group of simple rhymes in a spirit of fun and fairytale; and the six-movement Suite Antique for flute, harpsichord and strings ranges from simple, classic ‘aria’ to upbeat ‘jazz waltz’.

Light of the Spirit

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Choir of Clare College, Cambridge
Timothy Brown (conductor)

Light of the Spirit

Music inspired by light and by the spirit. This 2-SACD set is spiritually-uplifting collection of music of the last millennium, recorded in the peerless acoustic of the Lady Chapel of Ely Cathedral, Cambridge.

Three Musical Fables

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The Cambridge Singers | The King’s Singers | City of London Sinfonia
Richard Hickox (conductor) | John Rutter (conductor)

Three Musical Fables

A perfect Christmas present for music-loving children, this album brings together three musical fables written by John Rutter: The Reluctant Dragon; The Wind in the Willows; and Brother Heinrich’s Christmas (built around the legend that In dulci jubilo was first sung by angels who appeared to a medieval monk.)

Flora gave me fairest flowers

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The Cambridge Singers
John Rutter (conductor)

Flora gave me fairest flowers

John Rutter directs members of the Cambridge Singers in a programme of English Madrigals.

There is sweet music

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The Cambridge Singers
John Rutter (conductor)

There is sweet music

Featuring masterpieces by Britten, Vaughan Williams, Stanford, Delius and Elgar alongside folk-song arrangements by Bairstow, Chapman, Grainger, Holst, Moeran and Stanford, this collection highlights a golden age of the English part-song.

Cambridge Singers A Cappella

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The Cambridge Singers
John Rutter (conductor)

Cambridge Singers A Cappella

This album explores the great wealth of music written for unaccompanied choir in England, France and Germany during the Romantic era and into the twentieth century.

Hail! Queen of Heaven

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The Cambridge Singers
John Rutter (conductor)

Hail! Queen of Heaven

This recording gathers together 21 examples of the extraordinary wealth of choral music inspired by the Virgin Mary, from Gregorian chant to the 20th-century sounds of Gustav Holst, Herbert Howells, Pierre Villette, Igor Stravinsky, Giles Swayne and John Tavener.