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Mon 23 Apr, 2018
Silence & Music – Stanford: The Blue Bird; Elgar: There is sweet music; Vaughan Williams: Silence and Music; Howells: The summer is coming; Grainger: Brigg Fair; Vaughan Williams: Bushes and Briars: The winter is gone: The Turtle Dove; MacMillan: The Gallant Weaver; Dove: Who killed Cock Robin?; Grainger: The Three Ravens; Britten: The Evening Primrose; Warlock: All the flowers of the spring; Elgar: Owls (An Epitaph); Vaughan Williams: Rest
British part song, once performed and enjoyed by amateurs in home and neighbourhood alike, now seems a rarified genre, and this is perhaps...
Mon 09 Apr, 2018
Passion & Polyphony: Sacred choral music by Frank Martin and James MacMillan
For its debut on disc, the mixed-voice London-based choir Sonoro shrewdly couple Frank Martin and James MacMillan, composers a generation apart who...
Thu 23 Nov, 2017
Music for the Queen of Heaven – Contemporary Marian Motets by Lennox Berkeley, Hilary Campbell, Stephen Dodgson, Cheryl Frances-Hoad, Herbert Howells, Gabriel Jackson, James MacMillan, Matthew Martin, Cecilia McDowall, Andrzej Panufnik, Roxanna Panufnik & Judith Weir
Here’s another exquisitely accomplished recording from Delphian to cap a year of successes. Herbert Howells’s youthful Salve Regina stretches the...
Wed 21 Jun, 2017
MacMillan: Stabat Mater
James MacMillan’s association with The Sixteen dates back to 2001 when the ensemble commissioned its first new liturgical work from him. This...
Wed 02 Nov, 2016
MacMillan: Violin Concerto; Symphony No 4
Rarely has a CD of new music engaged me quite as much as this one has, the Violin Concerto (2010) – which melds elements of song and dance –...
Wed 24 Jun, 2015
Vaughan Williams: Oboe Concerto in A minor; MacMillan: Oboe Concerto; One for chamber orchestra Britten: 'A Time there was …' – Suite on English Folksongs, Op 90
Vaughan Williams’s ripely pastoral Oboe Concerto finds Nicholas Daniel returning to his beginning with the work that saw him anointed BBC Young...
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