English Choral Music: Finzi

English Choral Music: Finzi
Director of Music: 
Christopher Robinson
Organ Scholar: 
Christopher Whitton
Release date: 
March 2001
Record label: 
Naxos
Catalogue number: 
8.555792
Track list
  1. God is gone up, Op. 27, No. 2
  2. Magnificat, Op. 36
  3. My lovely one, Op. 27, No. 1
  4. Welcome sweet and sacred feast, Op. 27, No. 3
  5. Thou didst delight my eyes, Op. 32
  6. Let us now praise famous men, Op. 35
  7. I praise the tender flower: Seven Unaccompanied Partsongs, Op. 17 (set to poems by Robert Bridges)
  8. I have loved the flowers that fade: Seven Unaccompanied Partsongs, Op. 17 (set to poems by Robert Bridges)
  9. My spirit sang all day: Seven Unaccompanied Partsongs, Op. 17 (set to poems by Robert Bridges)
  10. Clear and gentle stream: Seven Unaccompanied Partsongs, Op. 17 (set to poems by Robert Bridges)
  11. Nightingales: Seven Unaccompanied Partsongs, Op. 17 (set to poems by Robert Bridges)
  12. Haste on, my joys! Seven Unaccompanied Partsongs, Op. 17 (set to poems by Robert Bridges)
  13. Wherefore tonight so full of care: Seven Unaccompanied Partsongs, Op. 17 (set to poems by Robert Bridges)
  14. Lo, the Full, Final Sacrifice, Op. 26

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