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Lest We Forget

Choir of Chichester Cathedral, Charles Harrison

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1.1
For lo, I raise up, Op. 145
Charles Villiers Stanford; Dominic Harry; Thomas Perkins; Timothy Ravdale; Choir of Chichester Cathedral; Charles Harrison
8:11
1.2
And I Saw a New Heaven
Edgar Bainton; Choir of Chichester Cathedral; Timothy Ravdale; Charles Harrison
4:53
1.3
Crossing the Bar
Hubert Parry; Choir of Chichester Cathedral; Timothy Ravdale; Charles Harrison
2:51
1.4
Greater Love Hath No Man
John Ireland; Jago Brazier; Richard Paterson; Timothy Ravdale; Choir of Chichester Cathedral; Charles Harrison
5:38
1.5
Rhapsody No. 3 in C-Sharp Minor, Op. 17
Herbert Howells; Choir of Chichester Cathedral; Charles Harrison
7:40
1.6
The Day Thou Gavest, Lord, is Ended
Clement C. Scholefield; Choir of Chichester Cathedral; Timothy Ravdale; Charles Harrison
3:19
1.7
We Will Remember Them
Edward Elgar; Choir of Chichester Cathedral; Timothy Ravdale; Charles Harrison
2:10
1.8
There is an Old Belief
Hubert Parry; Choir of Chichester Cathedral; Timothy Ravdale; Charles Harrison
3:53
3 Festival Choruses, Op. 36a  
1.9
II. Turn Back O Man
Gustav Holst; Choir of Chichester Cathedral; Timothy Ravdale; Charles Harrison
3:58
Sonata No. 2 in G Minor, Op. 151 'Eroica'  
1.10
III. Verdun
Charles Villiers Stanford; Choir of Chichester Cathedral; Charles Harrison
8:30
1.11
So They Gave Their Bodies
Peter Aston; Choir of Chichester Cathedral; Timothy Ravdale; Charles Harrison
3:42
1.12
I Vow to Thee, My Country
Gustav Holst; Choir of Chichester Cathedral; Timothy Ravdale; Charles Harrison
2:53
1.13
Te Deum in F
John Ireland; Choir of Chichester Cathedral; Timothy Ravdale; Charles Harrison
7:10
Total Playing Time    64:48
In the centenary year of the Armistice of 1918, thoughts turn to the great human cost of the First World War and many subsequent armed conflicts. Released in support of the charity Combat Stress, this commemorative recording explores the themes associated with human conflict. The programme brings together texts and music pointing to the frailty that leads to the violence of war, but also to triumphs of the human spirit that so often arise from situations of the deepest desolation. The Choir of Chichester Cathedral are led by Charles Harrison in this collection of works by composers affected by the Great War, including Stanford, Bainton, Ireland, Howells, Parry and Elgar.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Signum Records Studio Masters

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