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Browse: Humfrey - By the waters of Babylon

Composer: Pelham Humfrey (1647–74)
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Showing 1 - 5 of 5 results
  • The Choir of Her Majesty's Chapel Royal, Joseph McHardy

    A major player in bringing European influences into postRestoration England, Pelham Humfrey deserves a wider audience. These agile and spirited performances do him excellent service. More…

    CD

    Original price ($23.00) Reduced price $18.50

    In stock

    Usually despatched within 1 working day

    This release includes a digital booklet

  • Consort of Voices, Instruments of Time and Truth, Edward Higginbottom

    Directing from the organ, Edward Higginbottom proposes that the small chapel at Whitehall lent itself to ‘sacred chamber music’. The contoured madrigalian approach is eminently suitable for the... More…

    CD

    Original price ($17.25) Reduced price $14.50

    This item is currently out of stock at the UK distributor. You may order it now but please be aware that it may be six weeks or more before it can be despatched.

    This release includes a digital booklet

  • Music from the Chapel Royal - verse anthems

    The Sixteen, Harry Christophers

    The singing, both solo and corporate is of an high order. Tenors Simon Berridge and Mark Dobell convey the touching melancholy of Humfrey's devotional songs with tender inflexions and a just... More…

    CD

    Original price ($12.50) Reduced price $10.00

    Usually despatched in 3 - 4 working days

    This release includes a digital booklet

  • Christopher Keyte (baritone), Robert Tear (tenor), James Bowman (counter-tenor), Christopher Keyte (bass)

    Matheson Consort, Philomusica of London, Choir Of St. John's College, Cambridge, George Guest

    No digital booklet included

  • Donna Deam (soprano), Drew Minter (countertenor), Rogers Covey-Crump (tenor), John Potter (tenor), David Thomas (bass)

    Choir of Clare College Cambridge, Romanesca, Nicholas McGegan

    No digital booklet included