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Westminster Cathedral Choir, Martin Baker
A procession of chant & polyphony from Advent to Christmas & the Epiphany and Presentation of our Lord
Matthew Martin (organ accompaniment), & Martin Baker (organ improvisations)
The Choir of Westminster Cathedral, Martin Baker
Epiphany brings Monteverdi's Messa a 4 da cappella, whose polyphonic complexities elicit a confidently assertive response from the choir, with fine internal balances between the voice sections. — More…
Robert Quinney (organ)
Choir of Westminster Cathedral, Martin Baker
Under David Hill and subsequently James O'Donnell the choir of Westminster Cathedral established a tradition of excellent recordings for Hyperion. That tradition is as strong as ever under Martin... — More…
& other choral works
Peter Stevens (organ), Alexander Hopkins (treble)
Westminster Cathedral Choir & London Brass, Martin Baker
MacMillan creates a magnificent effusion of sound, over which the trebles of the Westminster Cathedral Choir soar dramatically...[the Edinburgh Te Deum] is particularly valuable, further attesting... — More…
Andrew Reid (organ)
Westminster Cathedral Choir, Martin Baker (Master of Music)
MacMillan's choral music is more often than not a direct response to his own Christian faith. The Mass recorded here was commissioned by Westminster Cathedral for the 'Glory of God in the Millennium... — More…
This disc presents an adorned version of the Office of Vespers as it might be heard on the eve of Christmas in Westminster Cathedral, a building steeped in art, music and spirituality.
Matthew Martin (organ)
The Choir of Westminster Cathedral, Martin Baker (Master of Music)