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Browse: Stanford - For lo, I raise up, Op. 145

Composer: Charles Villiers Stanford (1852–1924)Genres: Choral » Anthems & Motets
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  • Christopher Whitton (organ)

    Choir of St. John’s College Cambridge, Christopher Robinson

    The mean old saying, 'Those who can, do, and those who can't, teach', would have withered in the presence of Stanford; and no doubt one of the reasons why he was such a great teacher is that... More…

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  • Laurence Kilsby (treble), Nicholas Scott (tenor), Christopher Borrett (bass) & Carleton Etherington (organ)

    Tewkesbury Abbey Schola Cantorum, Benjamin Nicholas (director)

    How does one bring freshness to 'Praise to the Lord' or 'For lo I raise up'? The answer would seem to be group experience, for Benjamin Nicholas's soloists all come from the ranks of the choir... More…

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  • Choir of New College Oxford, Edward Higginbottom

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  • Trinity College Choir Cambridge, Stephen Layton

    Stocked with female voices rather than boy trebles, the Trinity choir attack this repertoire with a brisk attack and mature aplomb under Stephen Layton’s sensitive direction. There is so much... More…

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  • Stephen Farr (organ), Christopher Monks (organ), David Hill, Chrisopher Monks (organ)

    Winchester Cathedral Choir

    Hill and the Winchester Choir are superb. The choral tone is luscious, the discipline outstanding, the recording captures the sumptuous acoustics of the cathedral without blurring the musical... More…

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  • Peter Holder (organ)

    Westminster Abbey Choir, James O'Donnell

    The unison singing of the trebles in Stanford’s A Song of Wisdom is exquisite, while the full choir relishes both the drama and the wistful beauty of famous anthems such as Bairstow’s Blessed... More…

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  • Choral music from the time of the Great War

    Pegasus, Matthew Altham

    It is not through choice of music that Pegasus provide dramatic impact but through Altham’s fervent direction. Making no concessions to the small-scale nature of the programme, he throws every... More…

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  • The Graduate Choir, NZ, Terence Maskell

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  • Andrew Wyatt, Rachel Mahon (organ)

    The Choir of Chester Cathedral

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  • Music by Stanford and Elgar

    Jeffrey Makinson (organ)

    Manchester Cathedral Choir, Christopher Stokes

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