Durufle Requiem at Truro Cathedral
The Choir of Truro Cathedral, with organist Joseph Wicks and director Christopher Gray, perform contemporary works from around the world plus Maurice Durufle's iconic Requiem.
Petroc Trelawny presents, live from Truro Cathedral. The Cathedral Choir, with organist Joseph Wicks and directed by Christopher Gray, perform contemporary works from around the world. This includes music written for the cathedral choir by the Bulgarian composer Dobrinka Tabakova as well as a setting of the Lord's Prayer in Cornish by local composer Russell Pascoe. The single work in the second half of the concert is the iconic Requiem by the 20th-century composer Maurice Duruflé, which incorporates themes from Gregorian Chant.
James MacMillan: Identity (Cantos sagrados)
Kim Andre Arnesen: Even When He Is Silent
Eriks Esenvalds: Only in Sleep
Judith Bingham: St Bride, Assisted by Angels
Russell Pascoe: Pader an arleth
Dobrinka Tabakova: Nunc Dimittis (Truro Canticles)
Maurice Duruflé: Requiem
Helena Paish, soprano
Jacob Dennison, bass-baritone
Truro Cathedral Choir
Joseph Wicks, organ
Christopher Gray, director.