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Nicolas Rimmer (organ), Elin Manahan Thomas (soprano)
Choir of Clare College Cambridge, City of London Sinfonia, Timothy Brown
Naxos continues its conquest of Cambridge's college choirs and finds that from Clare College on excellent form. I suspect this will be one of those Naxos recordings that sells by the ten thousand... — More…
Tom Winpenny (organ), Mike Allen (trumpet), Elizabeth Cragg (soprano), Pascal Charbonneau (tenor)
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, St Albans Cathedral Choir and Abbey Girls Choir, Andrew Lucas
‘O be joyful in the Lord’ sets the tone: the bright, chattering orchestration and chirpy syncopations are quintessential Rutter, and the rousingly fresh-toned response of the St Albans singers... — More…
Christopher D. Lewis (harpsichord), with John McMurtery (flute)
West Side Chamber Orchestra, Kevin Mallon
Typically adventurous, Naxos programmes Rutter's pastoral prettiness with Glass's insistent dancing patterns and Francaix's lissom, quirky lyricism. — More…
Angharad Gruffydd-Jones (soprano) & Jeremy Huw Williams (baritone)
Choir of Clare College Cambridge, Timothy Brown
Choirs love to sing Rutter's music, audiences love to hear it and, if reviewers are lukewarm, the record/ticket-buying public compensates with effective demonstrations of its enthusiasm.
Rutter... — More…
Elizabeth Cragg (soprano) & Tom Winpenny (organ)
The Choirs of St Albans Cathedral & Ensemble DeChorum, Andrew Lucas
the boys and girls of the combined St Albans choirs disport themselves royally in this recording, pinning the tricksy syncopations of the concluding movement [of the Gloria] deftly, and relishing... — More…
A Christmas Anthology
Julia Doyle (soprano), Roderick Williams (baritone) & Mark Williams (organ and piano)
City of London Choir & Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, Hilary Davan Wetton
The gem here is Finzi's In terra pax… From late in Finzi's life, it is suffused with English pastoral yearning, and baritone Roderick Williams sings beautifully in the outer sections. — More…