Browse: Finzi - God is gone up, Op. 27 No. 2
This page lists all recordings of God is gone up, Op. 27 No. 2 by Gerald Finzi (1901-56).
Choir of St John's College Cambridge, Christopher Robinson
The choir of St John's Cambridge have an evident affinity for music of this kind (which was written for just such choirs to sing) and present convincing accounts of a wide range of Finzi's sacred... — More…
Daniel Cook (organ), Sebastian Braw-Smith (treble), Julian Stocker (tenor), Julian Empett (bass), Jeremy Suppey (treble), Simon Ponsford (countertenor), Daniel Livermore (treble), Jonathan Brown (bass)
Westminster Abbey Choir, James O'Donnell
The choir’s diffuse tone – breathier in the upper voices than rivals at New College or even King’s Cambridge – is very effective — More…
Cecil Aronowitz (viola), Ian Partridge (tenor), John Shirley-Quirk (baritone), John Westbrook (speaker), John Eaton (treble), Nigel Perrin (alto), Robin Doveton (tenor), David van Asch (bass), Wilfred Brown (tenor), Philip Langridge (tenor), Dame Janet Baker (mezzo-soprano), Philip Fowke (piano),...
Timothy Wakerell (organ)
The Choir of New College Oxford, Robert Quinney
Peter Harrison, Matthew Jorysz (organ)
Choir of Clare College, Cambridge & The Dmitri Ensemble, Graham Ross
the famous setting of Ascendit Deus by Peter Philips spurts forward like a colt sprung freshly from a stable, the vocal decorations spinning vertiginously round like Monteverdi. It's a bracing... — More…
Robert Plane (clarinet), Roderick Williams (baritone), Iain Burnside (piano), Christopher Whitton (organ), Tim Hugh (cello), John Mark Ainsley (tenor), Peter Donohoe (piano)
Northern Sinfonia, Choir of St John's College Cambridge, Royal Ballet Sinfonia, Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, Bournemouth...
George Parsons (organ)
The Choir of the Queen's College Oxford, Owen Rees
The singing of the 30-strong choir of men and women is excellent; full-blooded and well-blended and, although it can sometimes verge on the unrelenting, it is never short of energy...The performances... — More…