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John Rutter, The Cambridge Singers, Cantate Youth Choir, City Of London Sinfonia - Mass Of The Children And Other Sacred Music album mp3

John Rutter, The Cambridge Singers, Cantate Youth Choir, City Of London Sinfonia - Mass Of The Children And Other Sacred Music album mp3

Performer: John Rutter
Title: Mass Of The Children And Other Sacred Music
Released: 2003
Style: Contemporary
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 985
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Album · 2003 · 13 Songs. Mass of the Children: Sanctus and Benedictus. Joanne Lunn, Roderick Williams, Cantate Youth Choir, The Cambridge Singers, City of London Sinfonia & John Rutter. 4. Mass of the Children: Agnus Dei. 5. Mass of the Children: Finale (Dona nobis pacem). 6. Look At the World. The Cambridge Singers, City of London Sinfonia & John Rutter

He held a choral scholarship at St John’s College, Cambridge, before taking up a scholarship at the Royal Academy of Music in London. Upon graduating, he worked as personal assistant to composer John Rutter, whilst often being invited to sing with British consorts such as the Oxford Camerata, Voces Sacrae, English Voices, The Sixteen, Monteverdi Choir, Cardinall's Musick, I Fagiolini, Cambridge Singers, European Voices, Polyphony, and Gabrieli Consort. I My Best-Beloved's Am John Rutter, The Cambridge Singers, Cantate Youth Choir, City Of London Sinfonia - Mass Of The Children And Other Sacred Music ‎(CD, Album).

The Cambridge Singers City of London Sinfonia John Rutter (conductor). The Sprig of Thyme offers a selection of traditional songs of the British Isles, with long-standing favourites as Willow Song and The Miller of Dee and lesser known gems as O Can Ye Sew Cushions and The Sprig of Thyme. The album includes many new settings for choir and small instrumental group by John Rutter. Mass of the Children. This album gathers together most of the carols composed by John Rutter over the years, plus a sprinkling of Rutter arrangements of traditional carols, grouped to form a programme which narrates, reflects upon, and celebrates the Christmas story.

Mass of the Children" is, unquestionably, John Rutter's most magnificent, powerful and emotional composition. In the balcony at one end was the Cantate Youth Choir, a group of girls, ages 13 to 18, from Essex. Below them was John's legendary choir, The Cambridge Singers - 26 of the finest voices in England

MASS of the CHILDREN and other sacred music. Mass of the Children was written in late 2002 and early 2003. The occasion of its first performance in February 2003 was a concert in New Yorks Carnegie Hall involving childrens choir, adult choir, soprano and baritone soloists, and orchestra. The final three pieces on the album form a group insofar as they are all for choir without orchestra and on a more demanding level chorally. Musica Dei donum (1998), which has an important part for solo flute, is a setting of an anonymous text first set by Lassus in 1594 that speaks of the power of music to draw, to soothe, and to uplift. Soprano solo: Elin Manahan Thomas) Mass of the Children is published by Oxford University Press (UK and most other countries) and by Hinshaw Music, Inc. (USA).

Like George W. Bush, John Rutter is either loved or hated, and his Mass of the Children CD probably won't change many minds among either those who find his music gentle and sunny or those who deride it as hackwork. This is the first release of all-new music by Rutter in several years, and as usual he is at the helm of his handpicked Cambridge Singers, accompanied by the City of London Sinfonietta  . feat: John Rutter, City of London Sinfonia.

John Rutter, Joanne Lunn, Roderick Williams, Cantate Youth Choir, The Cambridge Singers, City of London Sinfonia.

Rutter's Mass of the Children was written in response to a desire to compose a work that would bring children and adults together, in the same way that performances of Britten's War Requiem had done for him when a school chorister. The performances are excellent, the Cambridge Singers fresh-toned and sensitive to direction, the City of London Sinfonia playing with skill. And, whatever else might be said about Rutter’s music, it is expertly written to bring out the best in singers and players alike, both amateur and professional' (Gramophone). The occasion of its first performance in February 2003 was a concert in New York’s Carnegie Hall involving children’s choir, adult choir, soprano and baritone soloists, and orchestra.

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Mass Of The Children
1 1. Kyrie
2 2. Gloria
3 3. Sanctus And Benedictus
4 4. Agnus Dei
5 5. Finale (Dona Nobis Pacem)
6 Look At The World
7 To Every Thing There Is A Season
8 Wings Of The Morning
9 A Clare Benediction
10 I Will Sing With The Spirit
11 Musica Dei Donum
12 I My Best-Beloved's Am
Tenor Vocals [Solo] – Simon Wall
13 Come Down, O Love Divine
Soprano Vocals [Solo] – Elin Manahan Thomas

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Collegium Records
  • Copyright (c) – Collegium Records

Credits

  • Baritone Vocals – Roderick Williams
  • Choir – Cantate Youth Choir
  • Chorus – The Cambridge Singers
  • Composed By – John Rutter
  • Directed By [Cantate Youth Choir] – Michael Kibblewhite
  • Directed By [The Cambridge Singers] – John Rutter
  • Orchestra – City Of London Sinfonia
  • Soprano Vocals – Joanne Lunn

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 40888 01292 4
  • SPARS Code: DDD
  • Rights Society: MCPS
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