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DOVE, J.: Passing of the Year (The) (Convivium Singers, Cromar, Ferris)

    







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DOVE, J.: Passing of the Year (The) (Convivium Singers, Cromar, Ferris)

Jonathan Dove is one of the most distinctive voices in contemporary music, and his writing for choral forces is charged with intensity and beauty. The Passing of the Year is dedicated to the memory of his mother and sets seven texts with moving directness and a beguiling sense of the seasons’ passing. It sounded as if the streets were running also celebrates nature, his setting of the storm imagery in Emily Dickinson’s poetry rich in surging climaxes. Vivid characterisation, this time of animals, suffuses Who killed Cock Robin? which, like all Dove’s music, is hugely approachable, varied and exciting.


Dove, Jonathan
Blake, William / Dickinson, Emily / Nashe, Thomas / Peele, George / Tennyson, Alfred, lyricist(s)

  The Passing of the Year
1.   No. 1. Invocation 00:01:33
2.   No. 2. The narrow bud opens her beauties to the sun 00:03:15
3.   No. 3. Answer July 00:02:37
4.   No. 4. Hot sun, cool fire 00:03:14
5.   No. 5. Ah, Sun - flower! 00:02:13
6.   No. 6. Adieu! farewell earth's bliss! 00:06:03
7.   No. 7. Ring out, wild bells 00:05:15

Dove, Jonathan

  In Beauty May I Walk
8.   In Beauty May I Walk 00:04:16

Dove, Jonathan
Bible - Old Testament, lyricist(s)

  My Love is Mine
9.   My Love is Mine 00:04:01

Dove, Jonathan
Dove, Jonathan, lyricist(s)

  Who Killed Cock Robin
10.   Who Killed Cock Robin 00:09:17

Dove, Jonathan
Dickinson, Emily, lyricist(s)

  It sounded as if the Streets were running
11.   No. 1. It sounded as if the Streets were running 00:04:04
12.   No. 2. I saw no way 00:03:25
13.   No. 3. How happy is the little Stone 00:03:07

Dove, Jonathan
Bible - New Testament, lyricist(s)

  I am the Day
14.   I am the Day 00:06:51

Dove, Jonathan
Crashaw, Richard, lyricist(s)

  Wellcome all Wonders in one Sight!
15.   Wellcome all Wonders in one Sight! 00:04:53

Dove, Jonathan
Sayers, Dorothy L., lyricist(s)

  The Three Kings
16.   The Three Kings 00:05:19

Total Playing Time: 01:09:23






Composer(s):
Dove, Jonathan

Lyricist(s):
Bible - New Testament; Bible - Old Testament; Blake, William; Crashaw, Richard; Dickinson, Emily; Dove, Jonathan; Nashe, Thomas; Peele, George; Sayers, Dorothy L.; Tennyson, Alfred

Conductor(s):
Ferris, Neil

Choir(s):
Convivium Singers

Artist(s):
Cromar, Christopher; Turner, Felicity

Label: Naxos

Series: English Choral Music

Genre: Choral - Sacred; Choral - Secular; Vocal

Period: 20th Century

Catalogue No: 8.572733

Barcode: 747313273379

Physical Release: 03/2012

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