London Choral Sinfonia, Michael Waldron – Mirabilis: The Music of Stephen Hough (2023) [FLAC 24 bit, 192 kHz]

London Choral Sinfonia, Michael Waldron - Mirabilis: The Music of Stephen Hough (2023) [FLAC 24 bit, 192 kHz] Download

Artist: London Choral Sinfonia, Michael Waldron
Album: Mirabilis: The Music of Stephen Hough
Genre: Classical
Release Date: 2023
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24 bit, 192 kHz
Duration: 01:15:15
Total Tracks: 20
Total Size: 2,55 GB

Tracklist:

01. London Choral Sinfonia – Hough: Just as I am (05:42)
02. London Choral Sinfonia – Hough: Kyrie (02:59)
03. London Choral Sinfonia – Hough: Gloria (04:40)
04. London Choral Sinfonia – Hough: Credo (04:56)
05. London Choral Sinfonia – Hough: Sanctus (03:35)
06. London Choral Sinfonia – Hough: Agnus Dei (06:02)
07. London Choral Sinfonia – Hough: Londinium Magnificat (03:28)
08. London Choral Sinfonia – Hough: Londinium Nunc dimittis (02:47)
09. London Choral Sinfonia – Hough: Ding Dong Merrily on High (02:18)
10. London Choral Sinfonia – Hough: Advent Calendar (03:25)
11. London Choral Sinfonia – Hough: Hark, the Herald Angels Sing (03:17)
12. London Choral Sinfonia – Hough: Silent Night (02:55)
13. London Choral Sinfonia – Hough: The Gate of the Year (02:00)
14. London Choral Sinfonia – Hough: O Sanctissima (03:00)
15. London Choral Sinfonia – Hough: Salve Regina (02:24)
16. London Choral Sinfonia – Hough: Ave Maria (03:51)
17. London Choral Sinfonia – Hough: O soft self-wounding pelican (03:41)
18. London Choral Sinfonia – Hough: I Allegretto tranquillo (05:28)
19. London Choral Sinfonia – Hough: II Allegro giocoso (04:41)
20. London Choral Sinfonia – Hough: Danny Boy (03:57)

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Named by The Economist as one of Twenty Living Polymaths, Sir Stephen Hough combines a worldwide career as a pianist with those of composer and writer. “My father said that I had memorised seventy nursery rhymes by the age of two. This sounds suspiciously like parental exaggeration to me, but I do know that such singing was my first form of musical expression, especially as we had no classical music in my childhood home. Then, by the age of six, the piano took over… but song remained in the background.” “My first twenty years were filled with composing. Then followed almost twenty years of blank paper, writing virtually nothing except concert transcriptions for me to use as encores. Until, in my early 40s, I returned to composition with a passion…” This release celebrates Hough’s compositional output in works for choir and organ performed by the London Choral Sinfonia, with organist James Orford and conductor Michael Waldron.

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