The concert will be mounted by Friends of Cathedral Music’s Diamond Fund for Choristers, in conjunction with Liverpool’s Anglican and Catholic cathedrals, to showcase Britain’s 1,000 year old choral tradition which is under pressure from rising costs. The Diamond Fund for Choristers, launched in 2016 at a concert at St Paul’s Cathedral featuring The Cathedral… Read more »
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This selection of motets and anthems represents just some of the many facets of William Byrd’s sacred music, now recognized after three centuries of neglect as among the most glorious ever written for choir.
Dedicated to the Oxford Vaccine Team Joseph’s Carol sets words by the composer that recount the Christmas story from the perspective of Joseph. The two expressive verses are taken by the solo baritone, with the chorus performing a macaronic refrain infused with expectancy and wonder, as well as taking on the role of the angels… Read more »
Eight of John Rutter’s best-loved seasonal choral pieces as piano transcriptions.
Join the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and John Rutter CBE for this very special concert within the magnificent splendour of London’s St Paul’s Cathedral, as the Orchestra celebrates its 75th year at the forefront of music-making in the UK. The programme will feature masterpieces written by two great English composers: Vaughan Williams’ ever-popular The Lark Ascending,… Read more »
On Wednesday at 5.30 Evensong the Temple Church in London is celebrating what would have been John Tavener’s 75th birthday; he was my school friend and I will be speaking about him. I suddenly remembered what must be one of his very earliest compositions, a lovely hymn-tune written when he was 15 but never performed… Read more »
This beautiful setting of verses from the psalms was commissioned by Westminster Abbey for the wedding of HRH Prince William of Wales and Catherine Middleton. It was first performed on 29 April 2011 by the combined choirs of Westminster Abbey and the Chapel Royal, in the presence of the royal family, and was broadcast live… Read more »
Written for Children’s International Voices, this delightfully uplifting piece will appeal to children’s choirs everywhere. A highly singable melody alternates between unison and two parts, and the words, written by the composer, are full of excited optimism for the future. Rutter skilfully combines a flowing character with a strong rhythmic pulse, and the piano accompaniment… Read more »
This is one of the best-loved and most widely performed choral works of the twentieth century. The texts (in Latin and English) are from the Missa pro Defunctis, the Book of Common Prayer, and the Psalms. The seven sections form an arch-like meditation on the themes of life and death: prayers on behalf of all… Read more »
This edition presents Fauré’s masterpiece in a form which accords with his original intention that it should be a liturgical Requiem with accompaniment of organ and chamber ensemble. The 1893 version is an expansion of Fauré’s original, prepared by the composer for a performance at the Church of the Madeleine in Paris and containing two… Read more »