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Howells: Stabat Mater - Te Deum - Sine Nomine

Benjamin Hulett, Alison Hill, The Bach Choir, Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, David Hill

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Stabat Mater  
1
Stabat mater dolorosa
Herbert Howells; Benjamin Hulett; Bach Choir; Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra; David Hill
7:34
2
Cujus animam gementem
Herbert Howells; Benjamin Hulett; Bach Choir; Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra; David Hill
7:58
3
Quis est homo?
Herbert Howells; Benjamin Hulett; Bach Choir; Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra; David Hill
4:42
4
Eia, mater
Herbert Howells; Benjamin Hulett; Bach Choir; Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra; David Hill
4:55
5
Sancta mater -
Herbert Howells; Benjamin Hulett; Bach Choir; Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra; David Hill
5:44
6
Fac ut portem -
Herbert Howells; Benjamin Hulett; Bach Choir; Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra; David Hill
6:35
7
Christe, cum sit hunc exire
Herbert Howells; Benjamin Hulett; Bach Choir; Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra; David Hill
11:15
8
Te Deum
Herbert Howells; Bach Choir; Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra; David Hill
9:05
9
Sine Nomine, Op. 37, "A Phantasy"
Herbert Howells; Alison Hill; Benjamin Hulett; Bach Choir; Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra; David Hill
12:37
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    70:25
The three works on this album mark staging posts in Herbert Howells’s compositional life. Recorded in late 2013 in Dorset, England, conductor David Hill leads the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra along with The Bach Choir and two featured soloists, tenor Benjamin Hulett and soprano Alison Hill. Stabat Mater was a direct musical response to the death of the composer’s nine-year-old son and further reveals his mastery of choral and orchestral polyphony.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Naxos Studio Masters

Recorded at the Lighthouse, Poole, Dorset, UK, on 30th November and 1st December, 2013.
Producer and editor: Andrew Walton (K&A Productions Ltd.)
Engineer: Mike Clements Publisher: Novello & Co., Ltd.
Booklet notes: Andrew Burn
Cover: Michelangelo’s Pietà, St Peter’s Basilica, Rome (1498-99)
Photograph by Bryan Busovicki / Dreamstime

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