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The Church Music of Sir Arthur Sullivan

Work details

Who is like unto Thee? (1883) (first recording)
Exodus 15.11,13,17,18,21 (The song of Moses)

8'04"

O taste and see (1867) (first recording)
Psalm 34.8-11

3'00"

I sing the Birth was born tonight (1868) (first recording)
by Ben Johnson

2'41"

O God, Thou art worthy to be praised (1871)

6'43"

Yea, though I walk (from 'The Light of the World', 1873)
Psalm 23.4

2'57"

O love the Lord (1864)
Psalm 31.23-4

2'43"

Sing O Heavens (1869) (first recording)

14'28"

Lead, kindly Light (Hymn Tune 'Lux in tenebris', 1871)
J H Newman

3'11"

Te Deum in D (1866) (first recording)

6'11"

Jubilate Deo in D (1872) (first recording)

2'16"

The Strain Upraise (1868)
Translated by Rev J M Neale

6'02"

Organ Prelude: Part II of The Martyr of Antioch

2'30"

Brother, thou art gone before us (from 'The Martyr of Antioch', 1880)
Very Rev H H Milman

5'18"

O hearken Thou (Coronation Service, 1902) (first recording)

1'13"

We have heard with our ears, O God (1865) (first recording)
Psalm 44.1-5

8'11"

 

Artist details

The Choir of Keble College, Oxford
Mark Laflin
, conductor
Gavin Plumley, organ

 

Recording details

Recording dates: 9-11 July 2000
Venue: Chapel of Keble College, Oxford, UK
Producer and Engineer: Neil Collier
Digital Editing: Paul Crichton
Copyright: 2000 Priory Records Ltd
Pressing: 2000 MCPS

Priory PRCD 691 DDD Stereo
77'07"

 

Editorial & Design details

Liner notes: William Parry (in English)
Front Cover: The Dream of St Cecilia by Paul Baudry
Booklet photos: R W Thrupp and Peter Joslin
Production and Design: Caroline Paschalides
Credits: Many donors, some for individual tracks. In association with The Sir Arthur Sullivan Society

 

Purchase details

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