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Pergolesi Stabat Mater and other works for Lent and Passiontide
Ely Cathedral Girls’ Choir
Sarah MacDonald Director

2 in stock

SKU: REGCD397 Categories: ,

Track List

There is a green hill far away (version for SSA) – Herbert Sumsion
4:42
The Father’s love – Simon Lole
2:59
It is a thing most wonderful – Philip Moore, arr. Ruth Capper
5:00
A Hymne to God the Father – John Hilton
2:56
Adoramus te, Christe – William Byrd, arr. Sarah MacDonald
1:28
Ex ore innocentium – John Ireland
3:40
Andrew’s Song – John Penny (b. 1943), arr. Sarah MacDonald
2:34
Drop, drop, slow tears – Orlando Gibbons, arr. James Webb
2:30
Long since in Egypt’s plenteous land – Charles Hubert Hastings Parry
4:55
Miserere mei, Deus – Sarah MacDonald
4:05
Stabat Mater – Giovanni Battista Pergolesi*
35:40
Stabat mater dolorosa
3:46
Cujus animam gementem
1:53
O quam tristis
1:59
Quae moerebat et dolebat
2:13
Quis est homo
3:20
Vidit suum dulcem natum
3:09
Eja mater fons amoris
2:00
Fac, ut ardeat cor meum
2:20
Sancta mater, istud agas
4:44
Fac ut portem, Christi mortem
3:45
Inflammatus et accensus
2:18
Quando corpus morietur – Amen
4:13

Members of the Cambridge University Baroque Ensemble*

Total Playing time: 70:32

Production credits

Recorded on 18–20 April 2012 in ely Cathedral but permission fo the Dean and chapter

Recording producer and engineer: Gary Cole

Sample audio extracts

Reviews

‘There are several other very striking aspects to this excellent disc. Firstly, the qulaity and blend of the sound of the girls, uniform in both the strongest and most delicate moments, and in particular in the highest registers of the Pergolesi. Secondly, the musical sense of the shape and style in the phrasing in music which ranges form the carefully articulated and idiomatic nuances of the Pergolesi, to the flexibilities required to cope with the longer and broader phrases of the Parry and Ireland. Thirdly, the consistency of the solo voices, each one being particularly well-suited to the solo part it is assigned to.’ Organists’ Review June 2013