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Barber, Bernstein, Copland, Thompson - Christopher Lowrey (counter tenor); David Allsopp (counter tenor); Robert Millett (percussion); Polyphony (choir, chorus);...
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  1. Alleluia, for a cappella chorus
  2. Agnus Dei, for chorus (arr. from 2nd mvt. of String Quartet), Op. 11
  3. Reincarnations, for 4 voices, Op. 16
  4. Missa Brevis, for alto, chorus & percussion (or 7 violins & percussion)
  5. Motets (4), for chorus
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  1. Alleluia, for a cappella chorus
  2. Agnus Dei, for chorus (arr. from 2nd mvt. of String Quartet), Op. 11
  3. Reincarnations, for 4 voices, Op. 16
  4. Missa Brevis, for alto, chorus & percussion (or 7 violins & percussion)
  5. Motets (4), for chorus
  6. Twelfth Night, for 4 voices. Op. 42/1
  7. To Be Sung on the Water, for 4 voices, Op. 42/2
  8. A Nun Takes the Veil, song for voice & piano, Op. 13/1
  9. The Virgin Martyrs, for SSAA, Op. 8/1
  10. Let Down the Bars, O Death!, for SATB, Op.8/2
  11. Fare Well
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Polyphony and its conductor, Stephen Layton, are among the most familiar presences on the British choral scene, and it may be with some trepidation that choral music fans greet this album of American music, released in conjunction with the U.S. Independence Day celebrations in 2015. They needn't have worried: diction isn't much of an issue in the repertory Polyphony has chosen, and the program is a nice mix of familiar numbers and worthwhile surprises. It's framed by Randall Thompson, whose Alleluia will be familiar to many ...

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Barber, Bernstein, Copland, Thompson 2015, Hyperion

UPC: 034571179292

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