John Blow - Symphony Anthems
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Cat No: NCR1389
Number of Discs: 1
Release Date: 27th May 2016
WorksGod spake sometime in visions
Hear my voice, O God
I was glad
O sing unto the Lord
When Israel came out of Egypt
When the Son of Man
ArtistsChoir of New College Oxford
St James’ Baroque
of music that followed the Restoration in 1660. This new recording by New College Choir – its first under the
direction of Robert Quinney – includes three previously unrecorded symphony anthems, together with ceremonial
works written for the coronation of James II and the consecration of the rebuilt St Paul’s Cathedral. Alongside
these, Quinney presents the first performance in 400 years of a newly reconstructed verse anthem. New College
Choir and St James’ Baroque, playing period instruments, bring Blow’s innovative and strikingly individual voice
vividly to life.
‘the extraordinary fertility of Blow’s imagination has not yet been celebrated as fully as it deserves’ – Robert Quinney
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