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Edward Nesbit: Sacred Choral Music

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£12.00

Description

As a young composer, Edward Nesbit was drawn to the rich complexities of contemporary instrumental music; little more than a decade later, he has found himself returning to the inheritance of his early youth as a chorister: the texts of mass, psalms and canticles, and the long centuries of the Anglican choral tradition. Not that there is anything traditional about Nesbit’s music, which synthesises these two heritages into a soundworld that is accessible, full of references yet always recognisably its own voice.

Joseph Fort – his colleague at King’s College London – with organist Joshua Simões and the Choir of King’s College London rise to the challenges expertly, while multi-award-winning soprano Ruby Hughes gives the lead in the clarion textures of Nesbit’s Mass.

 

Detailed Description

TRACK LISTING

   Mass  
1 I. Kyrie [2:47]
2 II. Gloria [7:02]
3 III. Sanctus [4:53]
4 IV. Benedictus [7:55]
5 V. Interlude [3:54]
6 VI. Angus Dei [2:40]
   Evening Psalms  
7 I. Psalm 121 [3:11]
8 II. Psalm 67 [5:18]
9 III. Psalm 23 [3:30]
10 IV. Psalm 117 [0:45]
11 V. Psalm 59 [8:03]
12 Fanfares and Rounds for organ solo [11:09]
   Evening Canticles  
13 Magnificat (The King’s Service) [2:28]
14 Nunc dimittis (The King’s Service)     [2:59]
  Total playing time      [66:40]

 


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