Westminster Cathedral Choir, London Brass Martin Baker - MacMillan: Tenebrae Responsories Other Choral Works (2013)
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Westminster Cathedral Choir, London Brass Martin Baker - MacMillan: Tenebrae Responsories Other Choral Works (2013)

Artist: Westminster Cathedral Choir, London Brass & Martin Baker
Title: MacMillan: Tenebrae Responsories & Other Choral Works
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: Hyperion
Genre: Classical
Quality: FLAC (image + .cue, log, artwork)
Total Time: 72:56 min
Total Size: 267 MB
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Tracklist:
James MacMillan: Tu es Petrus
Tu es Petrus
anon.: Dignus est Agnus
Dignus est Agnus
James MacMillan: Tenebrae Responsories
1. Tenebrae Factae Sunt
2. Tradiderunt Me
3. Jesum Tradidit Impius
James MacMillan: Summae Trinitati
Summae Trinitati
James MacMillan: Benedictus Deus
Benedictus Deus
James MacMillan: Ave maris stella
Ave maris stella
James MacMillan: Tota pulchra es
Tota pulchra es
James MacMillan: After Virtue
After Virtue
James MacMillan: Serenity
Serenity
James MacMillan: Edinburgh Te Deum
Edinburgh Te Deum
James MacMillan: Ecce sacerdos magnus
Ecce sacerdos magnus
James MacMillan: Processional on 'Tu es Petrus'
Processional on 'Tu es Petrus'
Westminster Cathedral Choir returns to acclaimed Scottish composer James MacMillan, whose powerful, passionate and luminous music has made him one of the best-loved choral composers of today.
Included on this recording is a dramatic setting of the Tenebrae Responsories, a spiritually engaging and emotionally involving work which relates back in its searing intensity and some of its choral effects to Seven Last Words from the Cross (recorded on Hyperion CDA67460), one of MacMillan’s seminal earlier works.
The choir is joined by London Brass for jubilant settings of Tu es Petrus, Summae Trinitati and Ecce sacerdos magnus.





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