recordhead

The choral music of Richard Lambert, born in Bath in the English West Country in 1951, covers a wide range of expression, ranging on this album from straightforward SATB settings for church performance to a sardonic parody of the excesses of established religion. It also encompasses the timeless and the timely, with a number of contributions to the age-old tradition of Christmas music to a cantata inspired by the Covid pandemic.
The choral music of Richard Lambert, born in Bath in the English West Country in 1951, covers a wide range of expression, ranging on this album from straightforward SATB settings for church performance to a sardonic parody of the excesses of established religion. It also encompasses the timeless and the timely, with a number of contributions to the age-old tradition of Christmas music to a cantata inspired by the Covid pandemic.
5060113447135
Lambert / Landowski / Szirtes - Choral Music Sacred & Secular

Details

Format: CD
Label: TOCCATA
Rel. Date: 01/05/2024
UPC: 5060113447135

Choral Music Sacred & Secular
Artist: Lambert / Landowski / Szirtes
Format: CD
New: Available $20.99
Wish

Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. The Jackdaw of Rheims [12:46]
2. Prayer and Supplication [09:20]
3. Lord, Make Us Instruments of Thy Peace [03:14]
4. All Was for An Apple [02:15]
5. Herrick's Carol [04:18]
6. Hodie Christus Natus Est [02:44]
7. O Magnum Mysterium [02:54]
8. Away in a Manger [02:26]
9. The Holly and the Ivy [03:30]
10. There Was Sweet Music [05:34]
11. The Wind Among the Reeds [10:03]
12. ... a Plague O' Your Houses [15:12

More Info:

The choral music of Richard Lambert, born in Bath in the English West Country in 1951, covers a wide range of expression, ranging on this album from straightforward SATB settings for church performance to a sardonic parody of the excesses of established religion. It also encompasses the timeless and the timely, with a number of contributions to the age-old tradition of Christmas music to a cantata inspired by the Covid pandemic.
        
back to top