Episode #1334

Regent's Review

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Monday, September 02, 2013

This week Pipedreams features a selective survey of some recent releases from notable English label, Regents Records, with music from Durham, Ely, Oxford, York and Bristol.

Program Details:

ARTHUR BLISS: Caesar & Cleopatra Overture.

EDWARD ELGAR: The Tame Bear, fr Wand of Youth Suite No. 2.

ARTHUR BLISS: Ballet for Children, fr Things to Come –Tom Bell (1905-1935 Harrison/Durham Cathedral, England) Regent 409

JOHN HOSKING: Improvised Variations on Suo Gan –John Hosking (1898 Hill/St. Asaph Cathedral, North Wales) Regent 402

PAUL SPICER: Let not your heart be troubled –Choir of St. Michael at the North Gate/Tom Hammond Davies, director; Benjamin Bloor (1994 Walker/Exeter College Chapel, Oxford, England) Regent 389

HUW MORGAN: The Quality of Pity.

JUDITH BINGHAM: The Shepherd –"Girl Choristers & Lay-Clerks of Southwark Cathedral/Stephen Disley, director; Jonathan Hope (1897 Lewis/Southwark Cathedral, England) Regent 387

CHARLES-MARIE WIDOR: Mass, Op. 36 –Choir of York Minster/Robert Sharpe, director; David Pipe (1903 Walker/York Minster, England) Regent 391


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