Canticum, Julian Thomas, Mark Forkgen – Christopher Wright: Sacred Choral Music (2020) [FLAC 24 bit, 96 kHz]

Canticum, Julian Thomas, Mark Forkgen - Christopher Wright: Sacred Choral Music (2020) [FLAC 24 bit, 96 kHz] Download

Artist: Canticum, Julian Thomas, Mark Forkgen
Album: Christopher Wright: Sacred Choral Music
Genre: Classical
Release Date: 2020
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24 bit, 96 kHz
Duration: 01:10:45
Total Tracks: 17
Total Size: 1,17 GB

Tracklist:

01. Canticum, Julian Thomas & Mark Forkgen – Magnificat & Nunc dimittis: No. 1, Magnificat (06:41)
02. Canticum, Julian Thomas & Mark Forkgen – Magnificat & Nunc dimittis: No. 2, Nunc dimittis (03:00)
03. Canticum, Julian Thomas & Mark Forkgen – Qui natus est de Virgine (04:06)
04. Canticum, Julian Thomas & Mark Forkgen – The Eternal Star (02:32)
05. Canticum, Julian Thomas & Mark Forkgen – The Crown of Roses (02:15)
06. Canticum, Julian Thomas & Mark Forkgen – A Penitential Prayer (01:51)
07. Canticum, Julian Thomas & Mark Forkgen – Hymn of Salvation (04:14)
08. Canticum, Julian Thomas & Mark Forkgen – In memoriam (Version for Choir & Organ) (11:56)
09. Canticum, Julian Thomas & Mark Forkgen – Missa brevis: I. Kyrie (01:56)
10. Canticum, Julian Thomas & Mark Forkgen – Missa brevis: II. Gloria (04:53)
11. Canticum, Julian Thomas & Mark Forkgen – Missa brevis: III. Sanctus (04:06)
12. Canticum, Julian Thomas & Mark Forkgen – Missa brevis: IV. Agnus Dei (02:42)
13. Canticum, Julian Thomas & Mark Forkgen – The Bread of Life (04:05)
14. Canticum, Julian Thomas & Mark Forkgen – Thy Perfect Grace (Version for Choir & Organ) (03:47)
15. Canticum, Julian Thomas & Mark Forkgen – I Am Come Into Deep Waters (04:04)
16. Canticum, Julian Thomas & Mark Forkgen – 5 Short Motets: No. 3, Prayer for Peace (01:52)
17. Canticum, Julian Thomas & Mark Forkgen – Rejoice in the Lord Alway (06:35)

Download:

The English composer Christopher Wright, born in Suffolk in 1954, declares that he is ‘not fettered by fashion, style, ideology or gimmickry or some insatiable desire to be original’; instead, he writes music that aims to communicate directly with the listener – although it can also be thorny and challenging. This first-ever album of his sacred choral music reveals it to be in the British-cathedral tradition of composers like Benjamin Britten, William Mathias, Bernard Rose and Malcolm Williamson: the melodic lines may on occasion be angular and the harmonies sometimes tart, but Wright’s concern with immediacy of expression ensures that the ‘personal prayers’ embodied in these pieces can be readily understood and appreciated.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

© 2024 hi-res.me - WordPress Theme by WPEnjoy
%d bloggers like this: