• REAM1129 Katalognummer
  • 5020926112927 EAN
  • CD Format
  • 2016 Utgivelsesår

Artist
Berkeley, Lennox

Medvirkende
McCarthy, John | Mar, Norman Del | Berkeley, Lennox | Thomas, Mary | Elsy, Barbara | Lehane, Maureen | Rogers, Nigel | Keyte, Christopher | Rippon, Michael | Harrison, Felicity | Hunt, Donald

Komponist
Berkeley, Lennox

Ensemble
Ambrosian Singers | Members of the English Chamber Orchestra | BBC Northern Singers | Members of the BBC Northern Orchestra | Choirs of St Paul’s Cathedral,Westminster Abbey & Westminster Cathedral | London Symphony Orchestra

Plateselskap
Lyrita

Verk

Berkeley, Lennox: Sacred Choral Music:

STABAT MATER For six solo voices, and chamber orchestra of 12 players
Mary Thomas, soprano / Barbara Elsy, soprano / Maureen Lehane, contralto / Nigel Rogers, tenor / Christopher Keyte, baritone / Michael Rippon, bass
Ambrosian Singers / John McCarthy, chorus-master
Members of the English Chamber Orchestra / Norman Del Mar, conductor
From Friends' House, London, during the St Pancras Arts Festival
BBC Broadcast 1 March 1965

CANTATA ‘Batter My Heart Three Person’d God’
For soprano, chorus, oboe, horn, cellos, double-bass and organ
Felicity Harrison, soprano / Donald Hunt, organ
BBC Northern Singers / Members of the BBC Northern Orchestra / Lennox Berkeley, conductor BBC Broadcast 29 October 1963, UK Premiere


MAGNIFICAT For large mixed choir, orchestra and organ Choirs of St Paul’s Cathedral,Westminster Abbey & Westminster Cathedral
London Symphony Orchestra / Lennox Berkeley, conductor
From St Paul’s Cathedral, London, during the City of London Festival
BBC Broadcast 8 July 1968, Premiere

 

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Produktbeskrivelse

Writing in the Times Literary Supplement in 1966, Lennox Be rkeley addressed directly the issue of producing sacred works: ‘How, it may be asked, does a composer approach the task of writing religious music? Does he adopt a different tone of voice, or use a special idiom? I would say that in the case of music that is religious in subject matter but intended for the concert platform there is no problem. I cannot imagine that any composer in these circumstances would want to modify his ordinary musical idiom’. Berkeley’s distinctive voice is indeed utterly recognisable throughout the three religious concert pieces conside red here, but in a heightened and intensified form. The palpable fervour and sincerity of these scores secures them a place amongst the very finest examples of his art.

Paul Conway

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