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Karl Jenkins: Motets - Rachel Ambrose Evans (soprano); Polyphony (choir, chorus); Stephen Layton (conductor)
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  1. I'll make music, motet for chorus
  2. Cantate Domino, motet for chorus
  3. Laudamus te, motet for chorus
  4. Benedictus (from The Armed Man: A Mass for Peace)
  5. The Shepherd, motet for chorus
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  1. I'll make music, motet for chorus
  2. Cantate Domino, motet for chorus
  3. Laudamus te, motet for chorus
  4. Benedictus (from The Armed Man: A Mass for Peace)
  5. The Shepherd, motet for chorus
  6. Ave Maria, motet for chorus
  7. Ave verum corpus, for baritone & orchestra
  8. Agnus Dei, motet for chorus
  9. Healing Light, motet for chorus
  10. Locus Iste, motet for chorus
  11. Pie Jesu, motet for chorus
  12. Exsultate, Jubilate, for soprano & string quartet
  13. God shall wipe away all tears, motet for chorus
  14. And the Mother did weep, motet for chorus
  15. Lullay, motet for chorus
  16. Peace, peace!, motet for chorus
  17. In Paradisum (In Paradise), for soprano & orchestra
  18. Dona Nobis Pacem (from Adiemus V: Vocalise)
  19. Nunc dimittis, motet for chorus
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It would be easy, and true enough, to say that those who like the productions of British crossover composer Karl Jenkins will love this collection of motets, while his many highbrow detractors will hate it. It's incumbent on both groups, however, to try to see where the music here fits into his overall output. These motets, released in conjunction with the composer's 70th birthday, are not original compositions (except for Locus iste, track 10), but rearrangements of some of the composer's biggest successes: The Armed Man ...

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Karl Jenkins: Motets 2014, Deutsche Grammophon

UPC: 028947932321

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