℗ 2013 Hyperion Records Limited
Released December 30, 2012
Duration 1h 19m 10s
Record Label Hyperion
Genre Classical
 

Miserere: A Sequence of Music for Lent, St Joseph & the Annunciation

Westminster Cathedral Choir, Martin Baker

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1.1
Attende, Domine
Anonymous; Peter Stevens; Martin Baker; Westminster Cathedral Choir
3:24
1.2
Miserere mei, Deus
George Malcolm; Anonymous; Martin Baker; Westminster Cathedral Choir
8:43
1.3
Emendemus in melius a 5, T. 4 (Cantiones Sacrae, 1575)
William Byrd; Anonymous; Martin Baker; Westminster Cathedral Choir
4:31
Missa Emendemus in melius  
1.4
I. Kyrie
Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina; Anonymous; Westminster Cathedral Choir; Martin Baker
2:39
1.5
V. Agnus Dei
Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina; Anonymous; Westminster Cathedral Choir; Martin Baker
5:05
1.6
Scapulis suis
George Malcolm; Anonymous; Westminster Cathedral Choir; Martin Baker
4:11
1.7
Audi, benigne conditor
Anonymous; Alexander Hopkins; Martin Baker; Peter Stevens; Westminster Cathedral Choir
2:39
1.8
In spiritu humilitatis
Giovanni Croce; Anonymous; Westminster Cathedral Choir; Martin Baker
5:35
1.9
Evigila super nos
Anonymous; Martin Baker; Westminster Cathedral Choir
0:46
1.10
Magnificat quarti toni
David Bevan; Anonymous; Westminster Cathedral Choir; Martin Baker
4:45
1.11
Evigila super nos (Reprise)
Anonymous; Martin Baker; Westminster Cathedral Choir
0:53
1.12
Iustus ut palma
Colin Mawby; Anonymous; Westminster Cathedral Choir; Peter Stevens; Martin Baker; William Gaunt
4:06
Mass IX "Cum iubilo"  
1.13
I. Kyrie
Anonymous; Peter Stevens; Westminster Cathedral Choir; Martin Baker
2:05
1.14
II. Gloria
Anonymous; Martin Baker; Peter Stevens; Stephen Alder; Westminster Cathedral Choir
3:21
1.15
Veritas mea
George Malcolm; Anonymous; Martin Baker; Westminster Cathedral Choir
3:14
1.16
Credo IV
Anonymous; Peter Stevens; Stephen Alder; Martin Baker; Westminster Cathedral Choir
4:37
1.17
Ave Maria
Anonymous; Robert Parsons; Martin Baker; Westminster Cathedral Choir
5:35
1.18
III. Sanctus & Benedictus
Anonymous; Westminster Cathedral Choir; Peter Stevens; Stephen Alder; Martin Baker
1:39
1.19
IV. Agnus Dei
Anonymous; Martin Baker; Peter Stevens; Westminster Cathedral Choir; Stephen Alder
1:31
1.20
Ave virgo sanctissima
Francisco Guerrero; Anonymous; Westminster Cathedral Choir; Martin Baker
4:59
1.21
Te lucis ante terminum I
Thomas Tallis; Anonymous; Westminster Cathedral Choir; Martin Baker
2:07
1.22
Salva nos, Domine
Anonymous; Martin Baker; Westminster Cathedral Choir
0:28
1.23
Nunc dimittis tertii toni
George Malcolm; Anonymous; Westminster Cathedral Choir; Martin Baker
1:38
1.24
Salva nos, Domine (Reprise)
Anonymous; Martin Baker; Westminster Cathedral Choir
0:39
Digital Booklet
"The choir is on excellent form and the recorded sound seems perfectly to capture a sense of place, of atmosphere." - Gramophone This release from the admired Westminster Cathedral Choir demonstrates the splendours of the liturgy in the at-once solemn and joyful period of Lent. Masterworks from the Renaissance—familiar from Westminster Cathedral Choir’s previous award-winning recordings—alternate with works by former organists of the Cathedral (all themselves masters of liturgical composition) and are linked by the plainchant which is at the spiritual heart of the music. Hearing the music like this in context—and recorded in the unique acoustic of the Cathedral—perfectly replicates the live experience for the listener.
88.2 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Hyperion Studio Masters
Track title
Peak
(dB FS)
RMS
(dB FS)
LUFS
(integrated)
DR
Album average
Range of values
-6.13
-15.26 to -0.20
-26.56
-34.12 to -21.57
-23.01
-29.70 to -18.10
12
10 to 15
1
Attende, Domine
-9.20-28.47-25.212
2
Miserere mei, Deus
-5.41-28.79-25.113
3
Emendemus in melius a 5, T. 4 (Cantiones Sacrae, 1575)
-2.92-22.50-19.012
4
I. Kyrie
-7.10-25.61-22.011
5
V. Agnus Dei
-4.30-24.53-21.112
6
Scapulis suis
-0.94-24.68-20.413
7
Audi, benigne conditor
-7.22-26.29-23.312
8
In spiritu humilitatis
-6.06-24.33-21.211
9
Evigila super nos
-11.28-29.68-26.411
10
Magnificat quarti toni
-2.37-23.79-20.013
11
Evigila super nos (Reprise)
-10.49-30.27-26.312
12
Iustus ut palma
-2.28-23.67-20.213
13
I. Kyrie
-4.99-25.73-22.711
14
II. Gloria
-2.11-24.02-20.613
15
Veritas mea
-1.71-25.34-21.313
16
Credo IV
-5.53-27.97-25.115
17
Ave Maria
-0.20-21.57-18.112
18
III. Sanctus & Benedictus
-5.07-23.84-20.612
19
IV. Agnus Dei
-4.62-25.15-21.612
20
Ave virgo sanctissima
-2.87-22.49-19.312
21
Te lucis ante terminum I
-10.62-30.80-26.912
22
Salva nos, Domine
-13.63-32.17-28.510
23
Nunc dimittis tertii toni
-10.87-31.68-27.712
24
Salva nos, Domine (Reprise)
-15.26-34.12-29.711

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