Music by Liszt and Bruckner

Music by Liszt and Bruckner

Music by Liszt and Bruckner
Director of Music: 
George Guest
Organ Scholar: 
Stephen Cleobury
Release date: 
January 1973
Featuring: 
  • Richard Stuart (Bass)
  • William Kendall (Tenor)
  • Christopher Royall (Alto)
  • Lynton Atkinson (Treble)
  • Mark Tinkler (Treble)
Record label: 
Argo
Catalogue number: 
Argo ZRG 760

This disc is available as part of the Decca Classics Box Set of George Guest's recordings with St John's. More information on the set is available here.

Track list

  1. Missa Choralis (Liszt)
  2. Afferentur regi virgines (Bruckner)
  3. Os justi meditabitur sapientiam (Bruckner)
  4. Inveni David (Bruckner)
  5. Pange lingua gloriosa (Bruckner)
  6. Ecce sacerdos magnus (Bruckner)

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