The choir which David Trendell directed for twenty-two years pays tribute in a collection of specially chosen pieces by David's colleagues, friends and former students, interspersed with the Renaissance polyphony which was Trendell's area of scholarly expertise.
His deep love for the Song of Songs has inspired many of the inclusions, and its nature imagery threads through the disc, adding a suggestion of renewal and rebirth to the memorial tone of works written in the difficult months after his untimely death.
The composers' affection for David and gratitude for his life and musical achievements is matched by the intelligence and deep musicality of the choir he raised to an international reputation, and which here takes on a sophisticated and challenging programme in his memory.
Your order will be posted within 5 days by First Class Royal Mail delivery.
Please note if you make a purchase on or after the 20th December, you will only receive your purchase in the New Year.
If you have any queries about this product please contact:
| || || |
|1 ||Laudibus in sanctis ||[5:18] |
| ||William Byrd || |
|2 ||Duo seraphim ||[5:09] |
| ||Matthew Kaner || |
|3-4 ||Magnificat & Nunc dimittis (Collegium Regale) ||[11:00] |
| ||Gareth Wilson || |
|5-6 ||ushnarasmou – untimely spring ||[8:42] |
| ||Silvina Milstein || |
|7 ||Nigra sum sed formosa ||[6:30] |
| ||Francis Pott || |
|8 ||Nigra sum sed formosa ||[5:31] |
| ||Jean Lhéritier || |
|9 ||Ego sum resurrectio et vita ||[2:27] |
| ||Robert Busiakiewicz || |
|10-11 ||Magnificat & Nunc dimittis ||[7:07] |
| ||Rob Keeley || |
|12-13 ||Pie Jesu (Prayer of the Heart) ||[12:33] |
| ||Antony Pitts || |
|14 ||An Invocation to the Holy Spirit ||[2:43] |
| ||Matthew Martin || |
|15 ||Quam pulchri sunt gressus tui ||[4:38] |
| ||Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina || |
|16 ||Ego flos campi ||[5:27] |
| ||Jacob Clemens Non Papa || |
|17 ||Panis angelicus ||[2:46] |
| ||Francis Grier || |