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English Hymn Anthems

Stephen Cleobury, Alison Balsom, Choir of King's College, Cambridge

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1.1
Hear My Words, Ye People
Richard Reed Parry; Choir of King's College, Cambridge; Daniel D'Souza; Stephen Cleobury; Tom Pickard; Douglas Tang
14:41
Bible Songs and Six Hymns, Op. 113  
1.2
XIb. O For a Closer Walk With God
Charles Villiers Stanford; Choir of King's College, Cambridge; Parker Ramsay; Stephen Cleobury
3:15
1.3
Blessed City, Heavenly Salem
Edward C Bairstow; Choir of King's College, Cambridge; Parker Ramsay; Stephen Cleobury
7:59
1.4
Jesu, Grant Me This I Pray
Percy Whitlock; Choir of King's College, Cambridge; Stephen Cleobury
4:46
Seven Chorale Preludes, Set 2  
1.5
V. Eventide
Richard Reed Parry; Stephen Cleobury
4:03
1.6
O Sons and Daughters
Henry Walford Davies; Choir of King's College, Cambridge; Parker Ramsay; Stephen Cleobury
2:22
1.7
O What Their Joy and Their Glory Must Be
Aaron Harris; Choir of King's College, Cambridge; Stephen Cleobury; Douglas Tang
7:55
Three Preludes (Founded on Welsh Hymn Tunes)  
1.8
II. Rhosymedre
Ralph Vaughan Williams; Stephen Cleobury
4:21
1.9
Vexilla Regis
John Ireland; Choir of King's College, Cambridge; Stephen Cleobury; Ruairi Bowen; Parker Ramsay; Adam Banwell; Feargal Mostyn-Williams; Benedict Oakley; Tom Pickard
10:24
Three Songs of Praise  
1.10
I. Praise
George Dyson; Choir of King's College, Cambridge; Parker Ramsay; Stephen Cleobury
2:09
1.11
God Omnipotent Reigneth
Charles Wood; Choir of King's College, Cambridge; Douglas Tang; Stephen Cleobury
3:01
1.12
Lord, Thou Hast Been Our Refuge "Psalm 90"
Ralph Vaughan Williams; Choir of King's College, Cambridge; Alison Balsom; Stephen Cleobury; Douglas Tang
7:47
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    72:43
In this recording the King's College Choir offers a varied selection of hymn anthems from the period of their greatest popularity, the 1890s to the 1930s. Most of them owe their materials to Hymns Ancient and Modern (HA&M), the dominant hymnal of the time. The variety of approaches to the form is reflected in their differing generic titles – anthem, motet, hymn, song. Some of the hymn texts are biblical paraphrases; some are poems not originally conceived as hymns. A hymn-anthem may incorporate existing hymn tunes, dating from the 6th to the 19th century, or launch a new tune, which may later be adopted for congregational use, as Parry's was. Some use scriptural prose as well as a hymn. The musical treatment also varies widely: there may be a recognisably strophic form, like a theme and variations; or the tune may be a source of motives for development or fugal treatment.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Kings College Cambridge Studio Masters

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