recordings

O Quam Gloriosum

With repertoire taken from Collegium’s highly successful Armada! concert last March, the choir’s new CD O Quam Gloriosum is now available. You can buy the CD at all our concerts, or as a download from iTunes, Google, Amazon or listen on Spotify.

Recorded earlier this year at London’s Temple church, the collection includes works by Byrd, Tallis, Victoria, Parsons and Guerrero, as well as organ interludes by Tomkins and Byrd, played by the choir’s MD Greg Morris.

 

 

Robert Parsons (c. 1530-1572)
Ave Maria

Thomas Tomkins (1572-1656)
A Fancy

William Byrd (1543-1623)
O magnum mysterium

Thomas Tallis (c. 1505-1585)

Sancte Deus

Thomas Tallis
O nata lux

Anon
preserved in the Fitzwilliam Virginal Book
Pavane

Tomás Luis de Victoria (1548-1611)
From Missa pro defunctis

Introitus
Sanctus
Agnus Dei
Communio
Credo quod redemptor

William Byrd
Haec dies

William Byrd
A Fancy

Tomás Luis de Victoria
O quam gloriosum

Francisco Guerrero (1528-1599)
Duo Seraphim
Organ: Rosie Vinter

 

 

O Quam Gloriosum

Hec Dies

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The Ash Grove


Handel: Let Thy Right Hand Be Exalted


Bach: Kyrie from Mass in G Minor


C Hubert Parry My Soul There Is A Country

Steal Away arranged by Greg Morris

Deep River arranged by Norman Luboff

The Third Rome

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The Third Rome (2009)
Copies of the CD can be purchased securely online at £9.00 (including postage to UK), 11.00 (including postage overseas). Copies can be purchased online by credit card or by using your PayPal account. Individual tracks cost $1.25, the album costs $10.49 or £7.99 from iTunes.

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Individual tracks cost $1.25, the album costs $10.49The album is also available for download at iTunes, for £7.99The

Excerpts


Mikhail Glinka (1804–1857) Kheruvimskaya pyesn (The Cherubic Hymn)


Modest Mussorgsky(1839–1881) Angyel vopiyashe (The angel cried out to the Lady full of Grace)


Pyotr Tchaikovsky (1840–1893) Tyebye poyem (from Op. 41) (We hymn Thee, we bless Thee)