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A Thing Most Wonderful - Music from Lent to Easter

MS 1426


Playing time: 63'35"
Tracks: 17
Booklet pages: 12
© 2014 Christ Church Greenwich
Reviewer: Howard Smith
Review of A Thing Most Wonderful - Music from Lent to Easter published on 18 February 2015

Listen: Philip Moore: Come, thou fount of every blessing (track 14, 0:00-0:57)

Victoria Hoffmeister, flute
Richard Wyton, flute
The St Cecilia Choir of Girls
Alistair Reid, organ
Jamie Hitel, director

Lent and Passiontide

John Ireland (1879-1962):
1 Ex Ore Innocentium
Gabriella Hitel, solo

César Franck (1822-1890):
2 Panis Angelicus

3 Lent prose (plainsong)

Colin Mawby (born 1936):
4 By the Waters of Babylon

Peter Hurford (born 1930):
5 Litany to the Holy Spirit

6 Pange Lingua (plainsong)
Victoria Hoffmeister, solo

Giovanni Pergolesi (1710-1736):
7 Stabat Mater

Charles Villiers Stanford (1852-1924):
8 A Song of Hope

Malcolm Archer (born 1952):
9 My Song is Love Unknown
Madeline Wolf, solo


10 Victimae Paschali (plainsong)
Katherine Meurer, solo
Madeleine Hitel, solo

George Frideric Handel (1685-1759):
11 If God be for us

Thomas Foster (born 1938):
12 Lift you voice, rejoicing, Mary

Henry Purcell (1659-1695):
13 Sound the Trumpet

Philip Moore (born 1943):
14 Come, thou fount of every blessing

Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750):
15 Ich folge dir gleichfalls

Claude Means (1912-1999):
16 Savior, like a shepherd, lead us

Philip Moore:
17 Jubilate Deo (Psalm 100)

Recorded May 2013 at Christ Church Greenwich, Connecticut, USA


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