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PARRY, H.: Choral Masterpieces - Songs of Farewell / I Was Glad / Jerusalem (Manchester Cathedral Choir, Stokes)

    






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PARRY, H.: Choral Masterpieces - Songs of Farewell / I Was Glad / Jerusalem (Manchester Cathedral Choir, Stokes)

Sir Hubert Parry composed some of the most masterful and moving choral music of the Victorian and Edwardian eras. His magnificent coronation anthem for Edward VII, I was glad, and his setting of Blake’s mystical poem Jerusalem rightly remain famous, while his Magnificat and Nunc dimittis display his debt to Anglican musical traditions. The Songs of Farewell draw psalms and English poetry together into a charming garland, and Long since in Egypt’s plenteous land from his oratorio Judith sets the composer’s own prayerful text.


Parry, Hubert
Bible - Old Testament, lyricist(s)

  I was glad when they said unto me, Op. 51, "Psalm 122"
1.   I was glad when they said unto me, Op. 51, "Psalm 122" 00:04:56

Parry, Hubert
Bible - New Testament, lyricist(s)

  The Great Service
2.   Magnificat 00:08:05
3.   Nunc dimittis 00:03:41

Parry, Hubert
Bible - Old Testament / Campion, Thomas / Davies, John / Donne, John / Lockhart, John Gibson / Vaughan, Henry, lyricist(s)

  Songs of Farewell
4.   No. 1. My soul, there is a country 00:03:31
5.   No. 2. I know my soul hath power to know all things 00:01:55
6.   No. 3. Never weather - beaten sail 00:03:23
7.   No. 4. There is an old belief 00:03:27
8.   No. 5. At the round earth's imagined corners 00:06:20
9.   No. 6. Lord, let me know mine end 00:09:55

Parry, Hubert
Bible - Old Testament, lyricist(s)

  Hear my words, ye people
10.   Hear my words, ye people 00:14:12

Parry, Hubert
Bible / Parry, Hubert, lyricist(s)

  Judith: Long since in Egypt's plenteous land
11.   Judith: Long since in Egypt's plenteous land 00:04:10

Parry, Hubert
Blake, William, lyricist(s)

  Jerusalem
12.   Jerusalem 00:02:51

Total Playing Time: 01:06:26






Composer(s):
Parry, Hubert

Lyricist(s):
Bible; Bible - New Testament; Bible - Old Testament; Blake, William; Campion, Thomas; Davies, John; Donne, John; Lockhart, John Gibson; Parry, Hubert; Vaughan, Henry

Conductor(s):
Stokes, Christopher

Choir(s):
Manchester Cathedral Choir

Artist(s):
Makinson, Jeffrey; Rowlinson, Mark

Label: Naxos

Series: English Choral Music

Genre: Choral - Sacred; Choral - Secular

Period: 20th Century

Catalogue No: 8.572104

Barcode: 747313210473

Physical Release: 07/2009

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