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Choral evensong from Wells Cathedral.

Publication:
[Cheadle, Greater Manchester] : Griffin / Qualiton Imports, Ltd., [2005?]
Format/Description:
Sound recording
1 online resource (77 minutes)
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Subjects:
Evening service music.
Choruses, Sacred (Mixed voices) with organ.
Choruses, Sacred (Mixed voices), Unaccompanied.
Organ music.
Form/Genre:
Art music.
Evening service music.
Songs.
Language:
Sung and spoken in English and Latin.
System Details:
stereo
optical
digital
audio file
Contents:
Organ voluntary : Intermezzo / Herbert Sumsion (5:33)
Introit : Ave Maria / Robert Parsons (5:01)
Opening responses : Clucas (1:05)
Psalm 78 : Hear my law, o my people / chants by H.S. Oakley, S.S. Wesley, W. Crotch, J. Goss, T.A. Walmisley (17:38)
First lesson : Isaiah, Chapter 6, vv 1-8 (2:01)
Office hymn : Pray that Jerusalem may have (1:41)
Magnificat : Second service / Kenneth Leighton (6:40)
Second lesson : Revelation, Chapter 21, vv 1-7 (2:02)
Nunc dimittis : Second service / Leighton (3:54)
Creed (1:01)
Responses & collects : Clucas (5:09)
Anthem : Blessed city, heavenly Salem / Edward Bairstow (8:57)
Intercessions (3:00)
Hymn : Love divine, all loves excelling (3:40)
Final responses : Naylor festal (:33)
Organ voluntary : Sonata no. 1 in G (1st movement) / Edward Elgar (8:20).
Participant:
Wells Cathedral Choir ; Anthony Crossland, director and organ, Andrew Nethsingha, organ, Richard Lewis, lessons and prayers.
Notes:
Streaming audio files.
Title from resource description page (viewed March 21, 2016).
Contributor:
Crossland, Anthony, conductor, instrumentalist.
Wells Cathedral. Choir. performer.
Alexander Street Press.
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Original UPC:
OCLC:
1126677941
Access Restriction:
Restricted for use by site license.