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Tracklist

CD 1
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1Three Choruses from Tolstoy's Tsar Feodor Iannovich: Prayer
recording engineer:
Antony Howell (engineer) and Julian Millard (engineer)
producer:
Mark Brown (operatic bass, early music singer, conductor, and producer)
choir vocals:
Holst Singers (from 1996-10-11 until 1996-10-13)
countertenor vocals:
James Bowman (UK countertenor) (from 1996-10-11 until 1996-10-13)
conductor:
Stephen Layton (English conductor) (from 1996-10-11 until 1996-10-13)
recorded at:
All Hallows’ Church (Gospel Oak) in Hampstead, Camden, London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1996-10-11 until 1996-10-13)
recording of:
Three Choruses for Tolstoy's Tsar Feodor Ioannovich: I. Prayer (from 1996-10-11 until 1996-10-13)
composer:
Georgy Sviridov
part of:
Three Choruses for Tolstoy's Tsar Feodor Ioannovich
Georgy Sviridov3:56
2Three Choruses from Tolstoy's Tsar Feodor Iannovich: Sacred Love
recording engineer:
Antony Howell (engineer) and Julian Millard (engineer)
producer:
Mark Brown (operatic bass, early music singer, conductor, and producer)
choir vocals:
Holst Singers (from 1996-10-11 until 1996-10-13)
conductor:
Stephen Layton (English conductor) (from 1996-10-11 until 1996-10-13)
recorded at:
All Hallows’ Church (Gospel Oak) in Hampstead, Camden, London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1996-10-11 until 1996-10-13)
recording of:
Three Choruses for Tolstoy's Tsar Feodor Ioannovich: II. Sacred Love (from 1996-10-11 until 1996-10-13)
composer:
Georgy Sviridov
part of:
Three Choruses for Tolstoy's Tsar Feodor Ioannovich
Georgy Sviridov3:30
3Three Choruses from Tolstoy's Tsar Feodor Iannovich: A Verse of Repentance
recording engineer:
Antony Howell (engineer) and Julian Millard (engineer)
producer:
Mark Brown (operatic bass, early music singer, conductor, and producer)
choir vocals:
Holst Singers (from 1996-10-11 until 1996-10-13)
conductor:
Stephen Layton (English conductor) (from 1996-10-11 until 1996-10-13)
recorded at:
All Hallows’ Church (Gospel Oak) in Hampstead, Camden, London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1996-10-11 until 1996-10-13)
recording of:
Three Choruses for Tolstoy's Tsar Feodor Ioannovich: III. A Verse of Repentance (from 1996-10-11 until 1996-10-13)
composer:
Георгий Свиридов
part of:
Three Choruses for Tolstoy's Tsar Feodor Ioannovich
Georgy Sviridov2:45
4Four Choruses from Songs of Troubled Times: Autumn
recording engineer:
Antony Howell (engineer) and Julian Millard (engineer)
producer:
Mark Brown (operatic bass, early music singer, conductor, and producer)
choir vocals:
Holst Singers (from 1996-10-11 until 1996-10-13)
conductor:
Stephen Layton (English conductor) (from 1996-10-11 until 1996-10-13)
recorded at:
All Hallows’ Church (Gospel Oak) in Hampstead, Camden, London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1996-10-11 until 1996-10-13)
recording of:
Four Choruses from Songs of Troubled Times: I. Autumn (from 1996-10-11 until 1996-10-13)
lyricist:
Александр Блок
composer:
Георгий Свиридов
part of:
Four Choruses from Songs of Troubled Times
Georgy Sviridov2:15
5Four Choruses from Songs of Troubled Times: Bright Fields
recording engineer:
Antony Howell (engineer) and Julian Millard (engineer)
producer:
Mark Brown (operatic bass, early music singer, conductor, and producer)
choir vocals:
Holst Singers (from 1996-10-11 until 1996-10-13)
conductor:
Stephen Layton (English conductor) (from 1996-10-11 until 1996-10-13)
recorded at:
All Hallows’ Church (Gospel Oak) in Hampstead, Camden, London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1996-10-11 until 1996-10-13)
recording of:
Four Choruses from Songs of Troubled Times: II. Bright Fields (from 1996-10-11 until 1996-10-13)
lyricist:
Александр Блок
composer:
Георгий Свиридов
part of:
Four Choruses from Songs of Troubled Times
Georgy Sviridov1:34
6Four Choruses from Songs of Troubled Times: Spring and the Sorcerer
recording engineer:
Antony Howell (engineer) and Julian Millard (engineer)
producer:
Mark Brown (operatic bass, early music singer, conductor, and producer)
choir vocals:
Holst Singers (from 1996-10-11 until 1996-10-13)
conductor:
Stephen Layton (English conductor) (from 1996-10-11 until 1996-10-13)
recorded at:
All Hallows’ Church (Gospel Oak) in Hampstead, Camden, London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1996-10-11 until 1996-10-13)
recording of:
Four Choruses from Songs of Troubled Times: III. Spring and the Sorcerer (from 1996-10-11 until 1996-10-13)
lyricist:
Александр Блок
composer:
Георгий Свиридов
part of:
Four Choruses from Songs of Troubled Times
Georgy Sviridov4:24
7Four Choruses From Songs of Troubled Times: The Ikon
recording engineer:
Antony Howell (engineer) and Julian Millard (engineer)
producer:
Mark Brown (operatic bass, early music singer, conductor, and producer)
choir vocals:
Holst Singers (from 1996-10-11 until 1996-10-13)
countertenor vocals:
James Bowman (UK countertenor) (from 1996-10-11 until 1996-10-13)
conductor:
Stephen Layton (English conductor) (from 1996-10-11 until 1996-10-13)
recorded at:
All Hallows’ Church (Gospel Oak) in Hampstead, Camden, London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1996-10-11 until 1996-10-13)
recording of:
Four Choruses from Songs of Troubled Times: IV. The Ikon (from 1996-10-11 until 1996-10-13)
lyricist:
Александр Блок
composer:
Георгий Свиридов
part of:
Four Choruses from Songs of Troubled Times
Georgy Sviridov5:13
8The Cherubic Hymn
recording engineer:
Antony Howell (engineer) and Julian Millard (engineer)
producer:
Mark Brown (operatic bass, early music singer, conductor, and producer)
choir vocals:
Holst Singers (from 1996-10-11 until 1996-10-13)
conductor:
Stephen Layton (English conductor) (from 1996-10-11 until 1996-10-13)
recorded at:
All Hallows’ Church (Gospel Oak) in Hampstead, Camden, London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1996-10-11 until 1996-10-13)
recording of:
The Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom no. 2, op. 29: The Cherubic Hymn (from 1996-10-11 until 1996-10-13)
composer:
Александр Тихонович Гречанинов (in 1902)
part of:
The Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom no. 2, op. 29
Aleksandr Gretchaninov4:04
9Radiant Light
recording engineer:
Antony Howell (engineer) and Julian Millard (engineer)
producer:
Mark Brown (operatic bass, early music singer, conductor, and producer)
choir vocals:
Holst Singers (from 1996-10-11 until 1996-10-13)
conductor:
Stephen Layton (English conductor) (from 1996-10-11 until 1996-10-13)
recorded at:
All Hallows’ Church (Gospel Oak) in Hampstead, Camden, London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1996-10-11 until 1996-10-13)
recording of:
Свете тихий (from 1996-10-11 until 1996-10-13)
composer:
Виктор Сергеевич Калинников
Victor Kalinnikov3:28
10We Hymn Thee
recording engineer:
Antony Howell (engineer) and Julian Millard (engineer)
producer:
Mark Brown (operatic bass, early music singer, conductor, and producer)
choir vocals:
Holst Singers (from 1996-10-11 until 1996-10-13)
conductor:
Stephen Layton (English conductor) (from 1996-10-11 until 1996-10-13)
recorded at:
All Hallows’ Church (Gospel Oak) in Hampstead, Camden, London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1996-10-11 until 1996-10-13)
recording of:
Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom, op. 41: X. We Sing Thee (from 1996-10-11 until 1996-10-13)
composer:
Пётр Ильич Чайковский (Tchaikovsky - Russian romantic composer) (in 1878)
part of:
Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom, op. 41
Pyotr Tchaikovsky3:16
11The Creed
engineer:
Antony Howell (engineer) and Julian Millard (engineer)
producer:
Mark Brown (operatic bass, early music singer, conductor, and producer)
choir vocals:
Holst Singers (from 1996-10-11 until 1996-10-13)
countertenor vocals:
James Bowman (UK countertenor) (from 1996-10-11 until 1996-10-13)
conductor:
Stephen Layton (English conductor) (from 1996-10-11 until 1996-10-13)
recorded at:
All Hallows’ Church (Gospel Oak) in Hampstead, Camden, London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1996-10-11 until 1996-10-13)
recording of:
The Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom no. 2, op. 29: Credo (from 1996-10-11 until 1996-10-13)
composer:
Александр Тихонович Гречанинов (in 1902)
part of:
The Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom no. 2, op. 29
Aleksandr Gretchaninov4:22
12The Cherubic Hymn
recording engineer:
Antony Howell (engineer) and Julian Millard (engineer)
producer:
Mark Brown (operatic bass, early music singer, conductor, and producer)
choir vocals:
Holst Singers (from 1996-10-11 until 1996-10-13)
conductor:
Stephen Layton (English conductor) (from 1996-10-11 until 1996-10-13)
recorded at:
All Hallows’ Church (Gospel Oak) in Hampstead, Camden, London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1996-10-11 until 1996-10-13)
recording of:
Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom, op. 41: VI. Cherubical Hymn (from 1996-10-11 until 1996-10-13)
composer:
Пётр Ильич Чайковский (Tchaikovsky - Russian romantic composer) (in 1878)
part of:
Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom, op. 41
Pyotr Tchaikovsky5:46
13Our Father
recording engineer:
Antony Howell (engineer) and Julian Millard (engineer)
producer:
Mark Brown (operatic bass, early music singer, conductor, and producer)
choir vocals:
Holst Singers (from 1996-10-11 until 1996-10-13)
conductor:
Stephen Layton (English conductor) (from 1996-10-11 until 1996-10-13)
recorded at:
All Hallows’ Church (Gospel Oak) in Hampstead, Camden, London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1996-10-11 until 1996-10-13)
recording of:
The Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom no. 2, op. 29: Our Father (from 1996-10-11 until 1996-10-13)
composer:
Александр Тихонович Гречанинов
part of:
The Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom no. 2, op. 29
Aleksandr Gretchaninov5:38
14Blessed are they
recording engineer:
Antony Howell (engineer) and Julian Millard (engineer)
producer:
Mark Brown (operatic bass, early music singer, conductor, and producer)
choir vocals:
Holst Singers (from 1996-10-11 until 1996-10-13)
conductor:
Stephen Layton (English conductor) (from 1996-10-11 until 1996-10-13)
recorded at:
All Hallows’ Church (Gospel Oak) in Hampstead, Camden, London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1996-10-11 until 1996-10-13)
recording of:
Nine Church Pieces: no. 7. Blessed Are They Whom Thou Hast Chosen (from 1996-10-11 until 1996-10-13)
composer:
Пётр Ильич Чайковский (Tchaikovsky - Russian romantic composer) (from 1885-04 until 1885-08)
part of:
Thematic and Bibliographical Catalogue of P. I. Čajkovskij's Works (number: ČW 85)
part of:
Nine Church Pieces, TH 78, ČW 79-87 (for mixed choir)
Pyotr Tchaikovsky4:23
15Magnificat
recording engineer:
Antony Howell (engineer) and Julian Millard (engineer)
producer:
Mark Brown (operatic bass, early music singer, conductor, and producer)
choir vocals:
Holst Singers (from 1996-10-11 until 1996-10-13)
conductor:
Stephen Layton (English conductor) (from 1996-10-11 until 1996-10-13)
recorded at:
All Hallows’ Church (Gospel Oak) in Hampstead, Camden, London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1996-10-11 until 1996-10-13)
recording of:
Magnificat (for mixed choir a cappella) (from 1996-10-11 until 1996-10-13)
premiered in:
Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany (on 1990-05-24)
composer:
Arvo Pärt (in 1989)
Arvo Pärt6:37
16Totus tuus
recording engineer:
Antony Howell (engineer) and Julian Millard (engineer)
producer:
Mark Brown (operatic bass, early music singer, conductor, and producer)
choir vocals:
Holst Singers (from 1996-10-11 until 1996-10-13)
conductor:
Stephen Layton (English conductor) (from 1996-10-11 until 1996-10-13)
recorded at:
All Hallows’ Church (Gospel Oak) in Hampstead, Camden, London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1996-10-11 until 1996-10-13)
recording of:
Totus Tuus, op. 60 (from 1996-10-11 until 1996-10-13)
premiered in:
Warsaw, Mazowieckie, Poland (on 1987-06-14)
lyricist:
Maria Bogusławska
composer:
Henryk Mikołaj Górecki (Polish composer) (in 1987)
part of:
Works of Henryk Mikołaj Górecki by opus number (number: op. 60)
Henryk Górecki11:12
17Immortal Bach
recording engineer:
Antony Howell (engineer) and Julian Millard (engineer)
producer:
Mark Brown (operatic bass, early music singer, conductor, and producer)
choir vocals:
Holst Singers (from 1996-10-11 until 1996-10-13)
conductor:
Stephen Layton (English conductor) (from 1996-10-11 until 1996-10-13)
recorded at:
All Hallows’ Church (Gospel Oak) in Hampstead, Camden, London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1996-10-11 until 1996-10-13)
recording of:
Immortal Bach, op. 153b (from 1996-10-11 until 1996-10-13)
composer:
Knut Nystedt (in 1987)
arrangement of:
Geistliches Lied, BWV 478 "Komm, süßer Tod"
Knut Nystedt6:44

Credits

Release

liner notes:Vladimir Morosan (in 1997)
executive producer:Nick Flower
Joanna Gamble (producer)
design:Terry Shannon (designer)
ASIN:UK: B000002ZZ2 [info]
discography entry:http://www.hyperion-records.co.uk/dc.asp?dc=D_CDA66928 [info]