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Edmund Rubbra - Nine Tenebrae Motets

Work details

Magnificat and Nunc dimittis in A flat Op 65
4'18"/1'54" - TT 6'12"
Missa in honorem Sancti Dominici Op 66
1'41"/3'40"/5'23"/1'10"/1'21"/1'41" - TT 14'56"
Prelude and Fugue on a theme of Cyril Scott Op 69
arranged for organ by Bernard Rose

4'52"
Tenebrae Motets Op 72 - First Nocturn
2'10"/2'55"/3'39" - TT 8'44"
Tenebrae Motets Op 72 - Second Nocturn
2'33"/2'02"/2'23" - TT 6'58"
Tenebrae Motets Op 72 - Third Nocturn
2'49"/2'01"/2'24" - TT 7'14"
Meditation for Organ Op 79
2'59"
Missa Cantuariensis Op 59
3'07"/5'28"/1'20"/1'32"/2'26"/2'58" - TT 16'51"

 

Artist details

Laurence Keegan-Fischer, treble
Thomas Williams, alto
Jonathan Bungard, tenor
Choir of St John's College, Cambridge
Robert Houssart
, organ
Christopher Robinson, director

 

Recording details

Recording dates: 24-26 March 2000
Venue: St John's College Chapel, Cambridge, UK
Producer: Andrew Walton (K&A Productions Ltd)
Sound Engineer: Eleanor Thomason
Post-Production: Peter Newble/Andrew Walton
Copyright: 2001 HNH International Ltd
Pressing: 2001 HNH International Ltd

Naxos 8.555255 DDD Stereo NEW RELEASE
TT - 65'48"

 

Editorial & Design details

Liner notes: Andrew Carwood (in English)
Front Cover: Second Court of St John's College, watercolour by John Doyle, reproduced by permission of Contemporary Watercolours Ltd
Artist photos: Not credited (St John's College Choir)

 

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