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Westminster Cathedral Choir, David Hill
This is likely to become one of your most cherished discs. It's notable for its spacious depth of sound, volatile unpredictability of interpretation, and above all the soaring sostenuto of the... — More…
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…
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)
& 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…
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…
Westminster Cathedral Choir, Martin Baker
James O'Donnell (organ), Sioned Williams (harp)
Choir of Westminster Cathedral, David Hill
A Ceremony of Carols sets nine medieval and 16th-century poems between the 'Hodie' of the plainsong Vespers. The sole accompanying instrument is a harp, but given the right acoustic, sensitive... — More…