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JACKSON, G.: Requiem / In all his works / I am the voice of the wind / POTT, F.: When David heard (Vasari Singers, Backhouse)

    




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JACKSON, G.: Requiem / In all his works / I am the voice of the wind / POTT, F.: When David heard (Vasari Singers, Backhouse)

While the unifying thread which links these works is that of loss, the underlying focus is an uplifting celebration of life and love. Gabriel Jackson’s Requiem combines traditional solemnity with poems which embrace wide-ranging spirituality, resulting in images of light and radiant optimism. Contrasting poignancy of expression is heard in personal tributes from John Tavener and Francis Pott, while Bob Chilcott uses Pachelbel’s famous Canon to set Oscar Wilde’s Requiescat. Vasari Singers’ Great British Anthems (8.572504) was described as ‘essential listening’ by Gramophone.


Jackson, Gabriel
Chief Aupumut / Gilbert, Kevin / Hojo, Ujimasa / Mass Text / Tagore, Rabindranath / Whitman, Walt, lyricist(s)

  Requiem
1.   Requiem aeternam I 00:06:47
2.   Epitaph 00:04:27
3.   Requiem aeternam II 00:03:26
4.   Autumn Wind of Eve 00:03:05
5.   Sanctus - Benedictus 00:07:06
6.   Peace, My Heart 00:04:37
7.   Lux aeterna 00:06:34

Jackson, Gabriel
Bible, lyricist(s)

  In all his works
8.   In all his works 00:04:48

Jackson, Gabriel
Atkinson, Geraldine, lyricist(s)

  I am the voice of the wind
9.   I am the voice of the wind 00:06:57

Pachelbel, Johann
Wilde, Oscar, lyricist(s)
Chilcott, Bob, arranger(s)

  Canon and Gigue in D Major: Canon (arr. B. Chilcott for chorus and guitar as Canon, "Rosa Mystica")
10.   Canon and Gigue in D Major: Canon (arr. B. Chilcott for chorus and guitar as Canon, "Rosa Mystica") 00:03:32

Tavener, John
Mother Thekla / Shakespeare, William, lyricist(s)

  Song for Athene
11.   Song for Athene 00:06:30

Pott, Francis
Bible - Old Testament, lyricist(s)

  When David Heard that Absalom was Slain
12.   When David Heard that Absalom was Slain 00:12:14

Total Playing Time: 01:10:03






Composer(s):
Jackson, Gabriel; Pachelbel, Johann; Pott, Francis; Tavener, John

Lyricist(s):
Atkinson, Geraldine; Bible; Bible - Old Testament; Chief Aupumut; Gilbert, Kevin; Hojo, Ujimasa; Mass Text; Mother Thekla; Shakespeare, William; Tagore, Rabindranath; Whitman, Walt; Wilde, Oscar

Arranger(s):
Chilcott, Bob

Conductor(s):
Backhouse, Jeremy

Choir(s):
Vasari Singers

Artist(s):
Herring, Carl

Label: Naxos

Genre: Choral - Sacred; Choral - Secular

Period: Baroque; Contemporary

Catalogue No: 8.573049

Barcode: 747313304974

Physical Release: 10/2012

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