… the flowers have their angels

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The Rodolfus Choir mark both Benjamin Britten’s centenary year and the 30th anniversary of the choir’s first concert with this new programme of works by both composers. The disc includes the premiere recording of Paul Mealor’s Praise, which was commissioned especially for the Rodolfus Choir.

The choir’s previous disc of choral works by Elgar was widely-praised by critics:

Recording of the Month: The Rodolfus Choir shine strongly in these well-loved Elgar part-songs choral works – MusicWeb International

Elgarians and others tempted by the works assembled in this new collection can be assured that it is on a par with the best of them – International Record Review

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The Rodolfus Choir

Ralph Allwood


RELEASE DATE: 25/11/2013
CATALOGUE NUMBER: SIGCD366
BARCODE: 635212036624

Rejoice in the Lamb, Op. 30

Benjamin Britten 

1. I. Rejoice in God, O ye Tounges

2. II. Let Nimrod, the Mighty Hunter

3. III. Hallelujah

4. IV. For I Will Consider My Cat Jeoffrey

5. V. For the Mouse is a Creature of Great Personal Valour

6. VI. For the Flowers are Great Blessings

7. VII. For I am Under the Same Accusation with My Saviour

8. VIII. For He is a Spirit

9. IX. Hallelujah

Now Sleeps the Crimson Petal

Paul Mealor

10. I. Now Sleeps the Crimson Petal

11. II. Lady, When I Behold the Roses Sprouting

12. III. Upon a Bank with Roses Set About

13. IV. A Spotless Rose

14. A Hymn to the Virgin Benjamin Britten

15. Ecce sacerdos magnus Tomás Luis de Victoria

16. Prelude and Fugue on a Theme of Vittoria Benjamin Britten

17. Ecce sacerdos magnus Anonymous

Five Flower Songs, Op. 57

Benjamin Britten

18. I. To Daffodils

19. II. The Succession of the Four Sweet Months

20. III. Marsh Flowers

21. IV. The Evening Primrose

22. V. The Ballad of Green Broom

Praise

Paul Mealor

23. I. Praise My Soul

24. II. The World, the Clustering Spheres

25. III. Your Gentleness, O God of Grace

26. IV. Glorious is the Crown

27. V. Let All the World in Every Corner Sing

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