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Bernstein: Chichester Psalms - Britten: Rejoice the Lamb & Festival Te Deum

Choir of King's College, Cambridge, Philip Ledger

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Chichester Psalms  
1.1
I. Psalm CVIII. "Urah, hanevel, v'chinor!" - Psalm C. "Hari'u l'Adonai kol ha'arets" (Version for Choir, Organ, Harp and Percussion / feat. James Lancelot, Osian Ellis, David Corkhill)
Leonard Bernstein; Choir of King's College, Cambridge; James Lancelot; Osian Ellis; David Corkhill; Philip Ledger
3:53
1.2
II. Psalm XXIII. "Adonai ro-i, lo ehsar" - Psalm II. "Lamah rag'shu goyim" (Version for Choir, Organ, Harp and Percussion / feat. James Bowman, James Lancelot, Osian Ellis, David Corkhill)
Leonard Bernstein; Choir of King's College, Cambridge; James Bowman; James Lancelot; Osian Ellis; David Corkhill; Philip Ledger
5:22
1.3
III. Psalm CXXXI. "Adonai, Adonai" - Psalm CXXXIII. "Hineh mah tov" (Version for Choir, Organ, Harp and Percussion / feat. James Lancelot, Osian Ellis, David Corkhill)
Leonard Bernstein; Choir of King's College, Cambridge; James Lancelot; Osian Ellis; David Corkhill; Philip Ledger
7:21
1.4
Festival Te Deum, Op. 32 (feat. Simon Channing, James Lancelot)
Benjamin Britten; Choir of King's College, Cambridge; Simon Channing; James Lancelot; Philip Ledger
6:25
Rejoice in the Lamb, Op. 30  
1.5
I. Rejoice in God, O Ye Tongues (feat. James Lancelot)
Benjamin Britten; Choir of King's College, Cambridge; James Lancelot; Philip Ledger
3:56
1.6
II. For I Will Consider My Cat Jeoffrey (feat. James Lancelot)
Benjamin Britten; Simon Channing; James Lancelot; Philip Ledger
2:10
1.7
III. For the Mouse Is a Creature of Great Personal Valour (feat. James Lancelot)
Benjamin Britten; James Bowman; James Lancelot; Philip Ledger
0:54
1.8
IV. For the Flowers Are Great Blessings (feat. James Lancelot)
Benjamin Britten; Richard Morton; James Lancelot; Philip Ledger
2:00
1.9
V. For I Am Under the Same Accusation with My Saviour (feat. James Lancelot)
Benjamin Britten; Choir of King's College, Cambridge; James Lancelot; Philip Ledger
2:26
1.10
VI. For H Is a Spirit and Therefore He Is God (feat. Marcus Creed, James Lancelot)
Benjamin Britten; Choir of King's College, Cambridge; Marcus Creed; James Lancelot; Philip Ledger
1:08
1.11
VII. For the Instruments Are by Their Rhimes (feat. James Lancelot)
Benjamin Britten; Choir of King's College, Cambridge; James Lancelot; Philip Ledger
2:39
1.12
VIII. Hallelujah from the Heart of God (feat. James Lancelot)
Benjamin Britten; Choir of King's College, Cambridge; James Lancelot; Philip Ledger
1:10
1.13
Te Deum in C Major (feat. Rory Phillips, James Lancelot)
Benjamin Britten; Choir of King's College, Cambridge; Rory Phillips; James Lancelot; Philip Ledger
7:56
1.14
Jubilate Deo (feat. James Lancelot)
Benjamin Britten; Choir of King's College, Cambridge; James Lancelot; Philip Ledger
2:28
Total Playing Time    49:48
Renowned choirmaster Philip Ledger leads the Choir of King's College, Cambridge in these stunning renditions of modern choral classics.

Chichester Psalms is an extended choral composition in three movements by Leonard Bernstein for boy treble or countertenor, choir and orchestra. The text was arranged by the composer from the Book of Psalms in the original Hebrew.

Rejoice in the Lamb (Op. 30) is a cantata for four soloists, SATB choir, and organ composed by Benjamin Britten in 1943 and based on the poem Jubilate Agno by Christopher Smart (1722–1771). The poem, written while Smart was in an asylum depicts idiosyncratic praise and worship of God by all created beings and things, each in its own way.

The Festival Te Deum, Op. 32, a sacred choral piece by the English composer Benjamin Britten, is a setting of the Te Deum from the Book of Common Prayer. It was composed in 1944 to celebrate the centenary of St Mark's Church, Swindon, and was first performed there in 1945.
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Tracks 1-14 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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