Nicholas Maw, Mark Shepherd , Schola Cantorum of Oxford - One Foot In Eden Still, I Stand album flac
|4||On A Noisy Polemic||1:31|
|5||On The Death Of Robert Ruisseaux||1:12|
|6||On A Henpecked Country Squire||0:35|
|7||On A Lady Famed For Her Caprice||1:55|
|9||The Angel Gabriel||2:24|
|10||Our Lady's Song||2:34|
|12||Corpus Christi Carol||3:25|
|Five Irish Songs|
|14||I Shall Not Die For Thee||3:04|
|15||Dark Dark Head||3:07|
|17||Ringleted Youth Of My Love||4:36|
|19||One Foot In Eden Still, I Stand||7:52|
- Chorus – Schola Cantorum of Oxford
- Composed By – Nicholas Maw
- Conductor – Mark Shepherd
NotesMade in England. Hyperion Recors Limited - London- England. Duration 58'04 DDD
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 034571176154
Helsinki Chamber Choir, conducted by Tim Brown German Church, Helsinki, Finland, 1. 2011 Nicholas Maw (1935-2009): One Foot in Eden Still, I Stand.
Schola Cantorum of Oxford, Mark Shepherd. One Foot in Eden Still, I Stand: Choral Music by Nicholas Maw. 5 Epigrams, for choir.
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Three Hymns: II. Pastoral Hymn. Schola Cantorum Of Oxford, Mark Shepherd & Jeremy Filsell. 3. Three Hymns: III. Evening Hymn. 4. Five Epigrams: I. On a Noisy Polemic.
Hyperion Recors Limited - London- England.
One foot in Eden still, I stand. 20 January 2012 - 4:53pm. Submitted by root admin. What Schola Cantorum do purvey, though, is what the fresh voices of Oxbridge do best, namely chordal resonance and absolute commitment to some vertiginous acts of vocal gymnastics.
Catalogue No: CDA67615. Schola Cantorum of Oxford. Jeremy Filsell (organ). Maw, N: Five Epigrams. Maw, N: The angel Gabriel. All works except for One foot in Eden still, I stand and Balulalow are here recorded for the first time.
Schola Cantorum of Oxford, Mark Shepherd (conductor). Yet still from Eden springs the root As clean as on the starting day. Time takes the foliage and the fruit And burns the archetypal leaf To shapes of terror and of grief Scattered along the winter way. But famished field and blackened tree Bear flowers in Eden never known. Blossoms of grief and charity Bloom in these darkened fields alone. What had Eden ever to say Of hope and faith and pity and love Until was buried all its day And memory found its treasure trove?
Oxford/Mark Shepherd Jeremy Filsell (organ) (1) Simon Jones (piano) (2) rec. Chapel of Exeter College, Oxford, 12-14 March 2000 HYPERION CDA67615. Nicholas Maw was born the same year as Arvo Pärt, but Maw numbers far fewer recordings in the catalogue than Pärt. The performance by the Schola Cantorum of Oxford evinces great enjoyment in the pieces’ rhythmic, lyric and verbal felicities. There follows a group of five carols. In the early 1960s Maw had the idea of writing a carol each year. As a lively light-hearted finale Maw sets Jig, a poem by C. Day Lewis The final piece on the disc is One foot in Eden still, I stand Maw’s 1990 motet setting a poem by Edwin Muir. Maw uses a solo quartet choir. At the opening the solo quartet peacefully chant a beautiful setting of the words, answered by the full choir in unison.
length: 7:53 producer: Nick Flower recording engineer: Mike Skeet choir vocals: Schola Cantorum of Oxford conductor: Mark Shepherd organ: Jeremy Filsell soprano vocals: Lois Gallagher and Josie Carpenter alto vocals: Celia Tedd. Five Epigrams: On a noisy polemic. length: 1:31 producer: Nick Flower recording engineer: Mike Skeet choir vocals: Schola Cantorum of Oxford conductor: Mark Shepherd. 5. Five Epigrams: On the death of Robert Ruisseaux. length: 1:12 producer: Nick Flower recording engineer: Mike Skeet choir vocals: Schola Cantorum of Oxford conductor: Mark Shepherd.
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