Recorded in January 2003 St Paul's Cathedral, London, United Kingdom Produced by Mark Brown Engineered by Julian Millard. Cover artwork - The Clouds (detail) by Pinckney Marcius-Simons (1865-1909) Private Collection, Bridgeman Art Library, London.
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Passiontide at St Paul’s A sequence of music for Lent, Passiontide and Easter. Anonymous: A Lent Prose Richard Farrant (?1525-1580): Call to Remembrance, O Lord Felix Mendelssohn (1809-1847): Symphony N., O. 2, ‘Lobgesang’ – I Waited for the Lord Edward Cuthbert Bairstow (1874-1946): The Lamentation John Sanders (1933-2003): The Reproaches Brian Chapple (. 945): Ecce lignum. The Choir of St Paul’s Cathedral, John Scott.
St Paul's, with its world-famous dome, is an iconic feature of the London skyline. Step inside and you can enjoy the Cathedral's awe-inspiring interior, and uncover fascinating stories about its history. Learning & Faith. Lifelong learning is a core part of the our work, delivered through a variety of events by St Paul's Institute, and the Cathedral's Adult Learning and Schools & Family Learning departments. History & Collections. For more than 1,400 years, a Cathedral dedicated to St Paul has stood at the highest point in the City. The present Cathedral is the.
Passiontide at St Paul's. Director, Primary Artist. St. Paul's Cathedral Choir, London. Choir/Chorus, Primary Artist.
I purchased Advent at St. Paul's several years ago, and listen to it every year during the season of Advent. As a result of Advent at St. Paul's I also purchased Epiphany at St. Paul's, and it does not disappoint. I then purchased Passiontide at St. Paul's and will listen to it during Lent. John Scott arranges these compilation; another of St. Paul's magical voices and sweet seducing pipe organ accompliments. Great especially the first hymn and the last.
Recording details: June 1996 St Paul's Cathedral, London, United Kingdom Produced by Mark Brown Engineered by Antony Howell & Julian Millard Release date: March 2012 Total duration: 68 minutes 53 seconds. Cover artwork: Two Haloed Mourners (Fragment from The Burial of St John the Baptist) by Aretino Spinello (active 1373-died c1410) Reproduced by permission of The Trustees, The National Gallery, London. This sequence of music for Lent, Passiontide and Easter represents a journey through perhaps the most dramatic part of the Church's year.
By Samuel Sebastian Wesley - John Scott, St. Paul's Cathedral Choir & Huw Williams. By Sir Edward Cuthbert Bairstow - John Scott, St. 10. We Wait for Thy Loving-Kindness, O God. By Sir William Mckie - John Scott, St. 11. Ye Choirs of New Jerusalem, Op. 123. By Sir Charles Villiers Stanford - John Scott, St. Passiontide at St Paul's. My Spirit Hath Rejoiced.
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Choir – St. Paul's Cathedral Choir. Composed By – John Scott (tracks: 2 to 16). Conductor – John Scott. Design – Terry Shannon (2). Engineer – Antony Howell. Recorde. n 1, 2, 3 February 1989. Packaging: Standard jewelcase.
St Paul's Cathedral is Sir Christopher Wren's masterpiece, built in glowing Portland stone, crowned by the magnificent dome; a famous landmark on the skyline of the City of London. The wide flight of steps leads to the superb west facade, a double storey portico and the two Baroque towers. The left tower houses the largest bell in England, "Great Paul" cast in 1882 weighing 17 tonnes. Inspiration to the Nation
|1||Hear Us Oh Lord (the Lent Prose)||St. Paul's Cathedral Choir, London / John Scott||3:49|
|2||Call To Remembrance||St. Paul's Cathedral Choir, London / John Scott||2:26|
|Symphony No. 2 in B flat major ("Lobgesang", "Hymn of Praise"), Op. 52|
|3||Part 6, I waited for the Lord||St. Paul's Cathedral Choir, London / John Scott||4:51|
|4||The Lamentation, for chorus & organ||St. Paul's Cathedral Choir, London / John Scott||10:25|
|5||Reproaches||St. Paul's Cathedral Choir, London / John Scott||13:04|
|6||Ecce lignum Crucis (for Passiontide)||St. Paul's Cathedral Choir, London / John Scott||6:30|
|7||Christus factus est (II), gradual for chorus, 3 violins & 2 trombones in D minor, WAB 10||St. Paul's Cathedral Choir, London / John Scott||6:18|
|8||Drop, drop, slow tears, hymn (from "The Hymnes and Songs of the Church")||St. Paul's Cathedral Choir, London / John Scott||1:58|
|9||Crucifixus a 8 Voix||St. Paul's Cathedral Choir, London / John Scott||4:05|
|10||This Joyful Eastertide for chorus||St. Paul's Cathedral Choir, London / John Scott||2:30|
|11||Psalm 114, In Exitu Israel, for organ & chorus||St. Paul's Cathedral Choir, London / John Scott||2:51|
|12||Ecce Vicit Leo for 8 voices||St. Paul's Cathedral Choir, London / John Scott||3:42|
|13||Te Deum, for trumpet, chorus & organ in C major||St. Paul's Cathedral Choir, London / John Scott||8:14|
Credits:Jonathan Arnold - Bass (Vocal)
Mark Brown - Producer
Connor Burrowes - Treble
Edward Burrowes - Treble
Phineas Fletcher - Lyre
Nick Flower - Executive Producer
Joanna Gamble - Executive Producer
Edmund Hill - Treble
Anthony Howell - Balance Engineer
Timothy Jones - Bass (Vocal)
Andrew Lucas - Organ
William R. McVicker - Liner Notes
Julian Millard - Engineer
John Scott - Director, Primary Artist
Terry Shannon - Design
St. Paul's Cathedral Choir, London - Choir/Chorus, Primary Artist
Anthony Way - Treble