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O lux beata Trinitas

Cambridge Choir of Clare College, Graham Ross

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Liturgie Johannes Chrysostomos No. 2, Op. 29  
1.1
VI. Cherubic Hymn
Aleksandr Grechaninov; Cambridge Choir of Clare College; Graham Ross
4:56
1.2
Festival Te Deum, Op. 32
Benjamin Britten; Cambridge Choir of Clare College; Graham Ross; Nicholas Morris
5:54
1.3
Duo Seraphim
Graham Ross; Cambridge Choir of Clare College; Graham Ross
4:35
1.4
Laudate Dominum, Psalm 150
Charles Villiers Stanford; Cambridge Choir of Clare College; Graham Ross; Eleanor Carter
2:14
10 Choral Pieces, Op. 27  
1.5
No. 5. Cherubic Hymn
Pavel Chesnokov; Cambridge Choir of Clare College; Graham Ross
5:44
1.6
I saw the Lord
Sir John Stainer; Cambridge Choir of Clare College; Graham Ross; Eleanor Carter
6:28
1.7
Mass: Sanctus - Benedictus
James MacMillan; Cambridge Choir of Clare College; Graham Ross; Nicholas Morris
5:19
9 Sacred Pieces  
1.8
Cherubic Hymn No. 1, in F-Major
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky; Cambridge Choir of Clare College; Graham Ross
4:58
1.9
Libera nos, salva nos No. 1 & 2
John Sheppard; Cambridge Choir of Clare College; Graham Ross
5:43
1.10
O lux beata Trinitas
William Byrd; Cambridge Choir of Clare College; Graham Ross
5:08
Liturgy of St John Chrysostom, Op.31  
1.11
No. 8. Cherubic Hymn
Sergei Rachmaninoff; Cambridge Choir of Clare College; Graham Ross
5:08
1.12
Tres sunt
Joshua Pacey; Cambridge Choir of Clare College; Graham Ross
4:35
1.13
Cherubic Hymn
Mikhaïl Glinka; Cambridge Choir of Clare College; Graham Ross
4:43
1.14
Hymn to the Trinity (Honor, Virtus, et Potestas)
Gabriel Jackson; Cambridge Choir of Clare College; Graham Ross
6:10
1.15
Hail, gladdening light
Charles Wood; Cambridge Choir of Clare College; Graham Ross
3:13
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    74:48
Graham Ross concludes his exploration of music for the liturgical calendar with a programme focusing on the Holy Trinity, as reflected in music of the Russian and British traditions. From the works of the New Russian Choral School led by Tchaikovsky to more modern pieces such as those of Britten, with excursions into the Renaissance and contemporary creation, Graham Ross skilfully brings out the multiple correspondences between the choral traditions that have become established over the centuries around the mystery of the Trinity.
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