The Golden Age of English Church Music

The Choir of St John's College, Cambridge
Director of Music: 
George Guest
Release date: 
January 1962
Record label: 
Disques Lumen
Catalogue number: 
37-AMS 37 STE
Track list
  1. Quem vidistis pastores? (Dering)
  2. Miserere mei (Byrd)
  3. Christe Jesu, Pastor bone (Taverner)
  4. Ne reminiscaris Domine (Philips)
  5. Ad Te clamamus (Tye)
  6. Haec dies (Byrd)
  7. The Leroy Kyrie (Taverner)
  8. Justorum anime (Byrd)
  9. O nata lux (Tallis)
  10. Cantantibus organis (Philips)
  11. Salvator Mundi (Tallis)
  12. O bone Jesu (Dering)
  13. Gaudent in coelis (Dering)
  14. Laudibus in sanctis (Byrd)
  15. In pace (Blytheman)

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Responses and Preces: Radcliffe
Psalms 110 (Lloyd), 111 (Smart)
Bevan: Magnificat octavi toni
Nunc Dimittis octavi toni
Tavener: The Lord’s Prayer
Boulanger: Lux aeterna
Hymn 486

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It is with sadness that we announce that the Master of St John's College, Professor Sir Christopher Dobson, died on Sunday 8 September.

He is survived by his wife, Dr Mary Dobson, their sons, Richard and William, and his beloved dog, Jimbo. He was diagnosed with cancer earlier this year and died at the Royal Marsden Hospital, Surrey. A full tribute to Sir Christopher can be viewed on the College website.

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