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Browse: Parry - Hear my words, ye people
This page lists all recordings of Hear my words, ye people by Charles Hubert Hastings Parry (1848-1918).
Alison Balsom (trumpet)
The Choir Of King’s College, Cambridge, Stephen Cleobury
The King's performance [of the Parry] is predictably idiomatic, if a touch carefully preened and respectful...[Ireland's] is a more explicitly dramatic setting, and the singers seem to relish... — More…
Daniel Cook (organ), Jonathan Brown (bass), Alexander Kyle (treble), David Martin (countertenor), Mark Dobell (tenor), Robert Macdonald (bass)
Westminster Abbey Choir, Onyx Brass, James O'Donnell
O'Donnell's performance of I was glad is hugely expansive and majestic...I'm not sure there isn't an element of overkill...Still, it's difficult to resist the spine-tingling monumentalism of... — More…
Timothy Ravalde (organ), Timothy Ravalde (organ) & Helen Scarbrough (cor anglais), Timothy Ravalde (organ) & Graham Walker (cello)
Choir of St John’s College, Andrew Nethsingha
the poised, sentient performance of Allegri's famous Miserere opening the disc bespeaks dedicated preparation, both technical and spiritual. I like the spatial variegations drawn by [Andrew Nethsinga]...and... — More…
Sally Pryce (harp), Robert Millett (percussion) & Greg Morris & Ian Le Grice (organ)
The Choir of the Temple Church, James Vivian (director)
this anthology links the liturgies of Jewish and Christian traditions...
The organ can sometimes hang too heavily over the pieces by Wesley and Parry. But the highlight is the beautiful version... — More…
Cathedral Music by Parry
Roger Judd (organ)
St George's Chapel Choir, Windsor, Christopher Robinson
The more of Parry's music one comes to know, the more apparent it becomes that the received opinion of him is askew. Take the 1882 settings of the Magnificat and Nunc dimittis, for instance.
These,... — More…