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Miserere - Peter Stevens (organ); William Gaunt (baritone); Westminster Cathedral Choir (choir, chorus)
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  1. Attende Domine
  2. Miserere mei, Deus, for chorus
  3. Emendemus in melius, motet for 5 voices (SATTB)
  4. Missa Emendemus in melius, for 4 voices (from Masses Book V): Kyrie
  5. Missa Emendemus in melius, for 4 voices (from Masses Book V): Agnus Dei
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  1. Attende Domine
  2. Miserere mei, Deus, for chorus
  3. Emendemus in melius, motet for 5 voices (SATTB)
  4. Missa Emendemus in melius, for 4 voices (from Masses Book V): Kyrie
  5. Missa Emendemus in melius, for 4 voices (from Masses Book V): Agnus Dei
  6. Scapulis suis, for chorus
  7. Audi, benigne conditor, hymn in mode 2
  8. In spiritu humilitatis
  9. Evigila super nos
  10. Magnificat, for chorus
  11. Evigila super nos
  12. Iustus ut palma, for chorus & organ
  13. Mass IX "Cum iubilo": Kyrie
  14. Mass IX "Cum iubilo": Gloria
  15. Veritas mea, for chorus
  16. Credo 4, 1st tone, GR776
  17. Ave Maria for 5 voices
  18. Mass IX "Cum iubilo": Sanctus and Benedictus
  19. Mass IX "Cum iubilo": Agnus Dei
  20. Ave Virgo Sanctissima, motet for 5 voices
  21. Te lucis ante terminum (Procul recedant somnia) (I), motet for 5 voices, P. 214
  22. Salva nos, Domine (Antiphon):
  23. Nun dimittis tertii toni, for chorus
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The Choir of Westminster Cathedral is a working group that sings for services at that center of modern British Catholicism. Although it has the classic cathedral choir configuration of men and boys in a small group, it doesn't really exemplify the classic "cathedral" sound. The boys' voices have some texture to them, and all in all they strive for direct engagement with the music rather than an ethereal effect. This collection of liturgically loosely related pieces offers a good example of the choir's style. It branches out ...

Miserere 2013, Hyperion

UPC: 034571179384

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