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New Choirs Revisited

With Aled Jones. Choral director Peter Broadbent returns with his pick of promising choral talent, and Aled explores the choral legacy of Charles Ives.

Presented by Aled Jones.

The programme's resident talent scout, choral director Peter Broadbent, returns with his pick of the most promising choral talent from a recent 'choir marketplace' event held in the French town of Saint-Lo.

Aled explores the choral legacy of American innovator and choral maverick Charles Ives, to coincide with the publication of a new volume of the composer's correspondence.

Alain Souchon and Laurent Voulzy, arr. Giaux
Karin Redinger
Witloof Bay
POLYFOLLIA, track 19

Charles Ives
The Celestial Country (excerpt)
BBC Singers, Stephen Cleobury (conductor), Christopher Hughes (organ)
COLLINS 14792, track 18

F Zapata Bello
Mi Tumbao
Entre Voces

Y Ru Bu
Mon chameau blanc orphelin
Inner Mongolia Radio and TV Choir, directed by Wu Ren San Na

Mr Bip Bip
Witloof Bay
Polyfollia, track 20

Wilhelm Weismann
Psalm 23
Calmus Ensemble
CALMUS VKJK0803, track 1

Alfred Schnittke
Pater Noster
Oreya, conducted by Alexander Vatsek

Paschal de l'Estocart
Sa mort, et le fruict d'icelle
Ramée RAM0703, track 16

Tommy Dorsey
Take my Hand, Precious Lord
Groove for Thought

Johannes Brahms
Es ist das Heil uns kommen her op.29 no.1
Schütz Choir of London conducted by Roger Norrington
CARUS 83.117, track 4

Charles Ives
Crossing the Bar
BBC Singers, Christopher Hughes (organ), conducted by Stephen Cleobury
COLLINS 14792, track 4

Charles Ives
Psalm 135
SWR Vocal Ensemble and Members of the Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Marcus Creed
HANSSLER CD93 224, track 4

Charles Ives
General William Booth Enters into Heaven
Thomas Hampson (baritone), San Francisco Symphony Chorus and Girls’ Choruses, and San Francisco Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Michael Tilson Thomas
RCA 09026637032, track 16

Charles Ives
Psalm 90
Aleksandra Lustig (soprano), Julius Pfeifer (tenor), Kay Johannsen (organ), SWR Vocal Ensemble, conducted Marcus Creed
HANSSLER CD93 224, track 1

1 hour, 30 minutes

Last on

Sun 15 Mar 2009 18:30


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