Bernard Rose: Music for Choir and Organ

Bernard Rose: Music for Choir and Organ

As conductor, trainer and composer, Bernard Rose (1916–96) was one of the mainstays of English choral music in the second half of the twentieth century. His compositions occupy an honourable place within the mainstream of the cathedral tradition, being both grounded in the past and leaning gently into the future, and speaking its language of stylistic restraint and understated passion – and occasionally flaring into moment of considerable drama. This recording, sung by one of Europe’s leading vocal ensembles and conducted by the composer’s son, makes a good number of his works available for the first time.

Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir
Ene Salumäe, organ
Gregory Rose, conductor

Annike Lohmus, soprano
Karolina Kriis, soprano
Marianne Parna, contralto
Raul Mikson, tenor
Rainer Vilu, baritone

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Catalogue No: TOCC0307
EAN/UPC: 5060113443076
Release Date: 01.08.2016
Composer: Bernard Rose
Artists: Ene Salumäe, Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir, Gregory Rose

Listen To This Recording:

  1. Feast Song for Saint Cecilia (1975)
  2. Three Addison Anthems (1978)

  3. No. 1 When all thy mercies
  4. No. 2 The Lord my pasture shall prepare
  5. No. 3 The Spacious Firmament on High
  6. Evening Canticles in C minor (1968)

  7. I Magnificat
  8. II Nunc Dimittis
  9. Evening Canticles: The Chichester Service (1994)*

  10. I Magnificat
  11. II Nunc Dimittis
  12. Chimes (1974)
  13. Upon Westminster Bridge (1990)*
  14. If I could tell you (1993)*
  15. Slow, slow, fresh fount (1939)*
  16. Lines for the Magdalen Choir (1981)*
  17. Two Carols

  18. A Christmas Carol: The Christ Child (1984)*
  19. Our Blessed Lady’s Lullaby (1968)*
  20. Behold, I Make All Things New (1997)*
  21. The Lord’s Prayer (1957)
  22. Lilia agricolae (1980)*
  23. Lord, I have loved (1957)
  24. O God, who didst give the law to Moses (1987)*
  25. Praise ye the Lord (1949)

*First Recordings

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