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BBC Singers - Music for Epiphany

From St Paul's Church in Knightsbridge, Sofi Jeannin conducts the BBC Singers in music for Epiphany, by Sandstrom, Lindberg, Nystedt, Hillborg, Stenhammar, Rautavaara and Alfven.

Swedish-born Sofi Jeannin, Music Director of the choirs of Radio France, makes her debut with the BBC Singers in a programme of music for Epiphany. Recorded in St Paul's Knightsbridge, Jeannin explores choral music predominantly from Scandinavia, including works by Jan Sandström, Hugo Alfvén and Oskar Lindberg.

2 hours, 30 minutes

Music Played

  • Part 1

    • Jan Sandström

      Gloria

      Choir: BBC Singers. Conductor: Sofi Jeannin.
    • Oskar Lindberg

      Stjärntändningen

      Choir: BBC Singers. Conductor: Sofi Jeannin.
    • Knut Nystedt

      O Crux

      Choir: BBC Singers. Conductor: Sofi Jeannin.
    • Anders Hillborg

      Muoyiyaoum

      Choir: BBC Singers. Conductor: Sofi Jeannin.
  • Interval

    • Anders Hillborg

      Cold Heat

      Performer: Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra.
  • Part 2

    • Wilhelm Stenhammar

      Tre körvisor

      Choir: BBC Singers. Conductor: Sofi Jeannin.
    • Einojuhani Rautavaara

      Suite de Lorca

      Choir: BBC Singers. Conductor: Sofi Jeannin.
    • Hugo Alfvén

      Uti vår hage

      Choir: BBC Singers. Conductor: Sofi Jeannin.
    • Hugo Alfvén

      Aftonen

      Performer: BBC Singers. Performer: Sofi Jeannin.
    • Trad

      Slangpolska efter Byss-Kalle

      Performer: BBC Singers. Performer: Sofi Jeannin.
  • Post-concert

    • Franz Schubert

      Schubert - String Quintet in C major, D 956 - Melos Quartet, Mstislav Rostropovich (Cello)

      Ensemble: Melos Quartett.
      • DGG.

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Role Contributor
Performer BBC Singers

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