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A New Heaven

Oxford Choir of The Queen's College, Owen Rees

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1
Alpha and Omega
James MacMillan; Oxford Choir of The Queen's College; Owen Rees
7:22
2
Bring Us, O Lord God
William Harris; Oxford Choir of The Queen's College; Owen Rees
3:32
3
Stetit Angelus
Rihards Dubra; Oxford Choir of The Queen's College; Owen Rees
4:40
4
And I Saw a New Heaven
Edgar Bainton; Oxford Choir of The Queen's College; Owen Rees
5:20
5
Ecce venio cito
Gabriel Jackson; Oxford Choir of The Queen's College; Owen Rees
5:57
6
I Know That My Redeemer Liveth
Cecilia McDowall; Oxford Choir of The Queen's College; Owen Rees
5:28
7
Seven Trumpets
Toby Young; Oxford Choir of The Queen's College; Owen Rees
6:32
8
Bring Us, O Lord God
James MacMillan; Oxford Choir of The Queen's College; Owen Rees
5:38
9
Et vidi angelum
Marco Galvani; Oxford Choir of The Queen's College; Owen Rees
4:47
10
Faire is the Heaven
William Harris; Oxford Choir of The Queen's College; Owen Rees
4:57
11
Alleluia, Amen
Kenneth Leighton; Oxford Choir of The Queen's College; Owen Rees
8:23
12
Hymn to the Creator of Light
John Rutter; Oxford Choir of The Queen's College; Owen Rees
7:02
13
The World on Fire
Phillip Cooke; Oxford Choir of The Queen's College; Owen Rees
3:31
14
The Seventh Angel
David Bednall; Oxford Choir of The Queen's College; Owen Rees
5:00
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    78:09
The Choir of the Queen’s College Oxford bases this album around the concept of relevation, both divine revelation (particularly the apocalyptic visions of the Book of Revelation) and revelatory visions of earth and heaven. The bulk of the pieces on the recording are inspired by the extraordinary visions of John, the writer of the Book of Revelation, describing the ravaging of the world through divine judgement, the battles between good and evil and the world’s eventual remaking as "a new heaven and a new earth" in which death and suffering are no more. The programme features three new commissions, by Phillip Cooke, Toby Young and Marco Galvani.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Signum Records Studio Masters

Recorded in the Church of St Michael and All Angels, Oxford, January 4 - 6, 2016 and in the Chapel of Keble College, Oxford, March 12, 2016
Producer: Adrian Peacock
Recording engineer: David Hinitt
Editing: Will Brown and David Hinitt
Cover image: Shutterstock
Design and artwork: Woven Design www.wovendesign.co.uk

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