Sing Levy Dew: A Decade of the St Catharine’s Girls’ Choir
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Label: Resonus Classics
Cat No: RES10221
Number of Discs: 1
Release Date: 31st August 2018
The Insect World
Friday Afternoons, op.7
It sounded as if the streets were running
Five Poems of Mary Webb
ArtistsSt Catharine’s Girls’ Choir, Cambridge
In marking the momentous occasion in 2008 when St Catharine’s created the first college-based girls’ choir, the current choristers of this acclaimed group present a varied programme of secular works from British composers including Britten, Bennett and a world premiere by Sally Beamish.
Gaudent in coelis: Choral Music by Sally Beamish, Judith Bingham & Joanna Marsh
Nova! Nova! Contemporary Carols from St Catharine’s
Ave Maria: Music for upper voices
O gemma clarissima: Music in Praise of St Catharine
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