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WHITBOURN, J.: Living Voices / Son of God Mass / Requiem canticorum (Powell, Cowan, Westminster Williamson Voices, Jordan)

    



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WHITBOURN, J.: Living Voices / Son of God Mass / Requiem canticorum (Powell, Cowan, Westminster Williamson Voices, Jordan)

James Whitbourn is known for his ‘boundless breadth of choral imagination’ (The Observer) resulting in compositions of brilliance and power. His extraordinary work for choir, saxophone and organ, Son of God Mass, receives a new recording from the young voices of one of Westminster Choir College of Rider University’s finest chamber choirs under the leading American choral conductor James Jordan. It is heard alongside a collection of première recordings of other works associated with life and death, including the Requiem canticorum and Living Voices, a work to commemorate the dead of 9/11 with a poem by Andrew Motion.


Whitbourn, James
Mass Text, lyricist(s)

  Son of God Mass
1.   Introit 00:01:18
2.   Kyrie 00:04:07
3.   Kyrie meditation 00:02:58
4.   Gloria 00:03:45
5.   Lava me 00:04:56
6.   Sanctus and Benedictus 00:03:00
7.   Pax Domini 00:02:25
8.   Agnus Dei 00:02:20
9.   Amen 00:02:25

Whitbourn, James
Tear, Robert, lyricist(s)

  Winter's Wait
10.   Winter's Wait 00:04:12

Whitbourn, James
Watts, Isaac, lyricist(s)

  Give us the wings of faith
11.   Give us the wings of faith 00:02:39

Whitbourn, James

  A brief story of Peter Abelard (verson for soprano saxophone and organ)
12.   A brief story of Peter Abelard (verson for soprano saxophone and organ) 00:07:33

Whitbourn, James
Paton, Alan, lyricist(s)

  A Prayer from South Africa
13.   A Prayer from South Africa 00:01:58

Whitbourn, James
Motion, Andrew, lyricist(s)

  Living Voices
14.   Living Voices 00:03:15

Whitbourn, James
Mass Text, lyricist(s)

  Requiem canticorum
15.   Introit 00:05:31
16.   Pie Jesu 00:02:21
17.   Alleluia 00:02:13
18.   De profundis 00:01:48
19.   Lux aeterna 00:01:40

Whitbourn, James
St. Augustine of Hippo, lyricist(s)

  All shall be Amen and Alleluia
20.   All shall be Amen and Alleluia 00:04:15

Total Playing Time: 01:04:39






Composer(s):
Whitbourn, James

Lyricist(s):
Mass Text; Motion, Andrew; Paton, Alan; St. Augustine of Hippo; Tear, Robert; Watts, Isaac

Conductor(s):
Jordan, James

Choir(s):
Westminster Williamson Voices

Artist(s):
Cowan, Ken; Ezzo, Jacob; Lakeland, Jonathan Palmer; Powell, Jeremy

Reader(s):
Carroll, Ronn

Label: Naxos

Genre: Chamber Music; Choral - Sacred; Choral - Secular

Period: 20th Century

Catalogue No: 8.572737

Barcode: 747313273775

Physical Release: 09/2011

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