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Browse: Stanford - Coelos Ascendit Hodie, Op. 38 No. 2

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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  • 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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  • 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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  • The Girls & Men of Canterbury Cathedral Choir, David Newsholme

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  • George Purves (treble)

    Westminster Abbey Choir, James O’Donnell

    The ensemble rides that acoustic knowingly, using its echo and harbouring its resonance, but the anatomy of its sound is as distinctive as it is lopsided: trebles capable of pinpoint accuracy,... More…

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  • 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…

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  • Schola Cantorum of the Cardinal Vaughan Memorial School, Scott Price, Iestyn Evans

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  • Peter Backhouse (organ)

    The Choir of St Mary's Cathedral, Edinburgh, Timothy Byram-Wigfield

    The choir sing well, leaving no loose ends.This disc is well worth a bob or two to add to your collection More…

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  • Robert Quinney (organ)

    The Choir of Westminster Abbey, James O’Donnell

    The boys might be singing Stanford's Caelos ascendit hodie, but they could just as easily be trilling ''Woohoo! It's Ascension Day!'' I love such musical joie de vivre, and not every choir is... More…

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  • Music by Stanford and Elgar

    Jeffrey Makinson (organ)

    Manchester Cathedral Choir, Christopher Stokes

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