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John Joubert: St Mark Passion - Missa Wellensis - Locus Iste

Wells Cathedral Choir, Matthew Owens

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Missa Wellensis, Op. 174  
1
I. Kyrie
John Joubert; Wells Cathedral Choir; Matthew Owens
4:21
2
II. Gloria
John Joubert; Wells Cathedral Choir; Matthew Owens
4:22
3
III. Sanctus
John Joubert; Wells Cathedral Choir; Matthew Owens
3:10
4
IV. Benedictus
John Joubert; Wells Cathedral Choir; Matthew Owens
2:29
5
V. Agnus Dei
John Joubert; Wells Cathedral Choir; Matthew Owens
3:40
6
Locus iste, Op. 175
John Joubert; Wells Cathedral Choir; Matthew Owens
4:10
St Mark Passion, Op. 180  
7
I. At the House of Simon the Leper
John Joubert; Wells Cathedral Choir; Matthew Owens
7:53
8
II. The Upper Room
John Joubert; Wells Cathedral Choir; Matthew Owens
10:47
9
III. Gethsemane
John Joubert; Wells Cathedral Choir; Matthew Owens
10:43
10
IV. The Praetorium
John Joubert; Wells Cathedral Choir; Matthew Owens
8:56
11
V. Golgotha
John Joubert; Wells Cathedral Choir; Matthew Owens
9:19
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    69:50
This release from Wells Cathedral Choir and Matthew Owens brings together three works by British composer John Joubert in celebration of his 90th birthday. All either commissioned or premiered by the choir, the Wells singers have a special connection with this repertoire, the centrepiece of which is Joubert's St Mark Passion, complemented by the Missa Wellensis and Locus iste.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Resonus Limited Studio Masters
Produced and engineered by Adam Binks

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