University Of Auckland Festival Choir - Choral Works

University Of Auckland Festival Choir - Choral Works

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Four Carols
A1 Jack Body People, Look East
Words By [Words] – Eleanor Farjeon
1:36
A2 David Griffiths Dormi, Jesu
Translated By [Trans.] – S.T. Coleridge*
1:50
A3 Donald Byers An Heavenly Song
Soprano Vocals [Soprano Solo] – Hazel AllanWords By – Anon.*
1:32
A4 Gillian Whitehead Qui Natus Est
Soprano Vocals [Soprano Solo] – Cathy Macdonald, Elizabeth DicksonWords By – Anon.*
3:41
Two Settings Of Portions Of Carmina Burana (trans. Ralph Hawtrey)
Piano [Piano Duet] – Alison Lander, Martin RymanTranslated By [Trans.] – Ralph Hawtrey
A5 Nigel Eastgate Estas In Exlium ("Carmina Burana") 2:28
A6 Ronald Tremain Tenera Juventa ("Carmina Burana") 7:06
Three Nursery Rhymes
Words By – Anon.*
A7 David Farquhar Three Of A Kind 4:50
B1 John Ritchie Lord, When The Sense Of Thy Sweet Grace
Words By – Richard Crashaw
4:08
B2 John Wells The Lord Has Spoken (Psalm 50, vv1-4, 6) 2:36
B3 Thomas Rive And Is There Care In Heaven?
Words By – Edmund Spenser
3:30
B4 Douglas Mews Ghosts, Fire, Water
Contralto Vocals [Contralto Solo] – Susan ElliottSoprano Vocals [Soprano Solo] – Hazel AllanWords By [On Viewing The Hiroshima Panels] – James Kirkup
10:55

Credits

  • Design [Cover] – Trevor Plaisted
  • Directed By, Conductor [Uncredited], Liner Notes – Peter Godfrey
  • Performer – University Of Auckland Festival Choir
  • Recorded By, Engineer, Mastered By – John Ruffell

Notes

Texts:
B2, 'The Lord Has Spoken' Psalm 50, vv1-4, 6
B4, 'Ghosts, Fire, Water' by James Kirkup "On viewing the Hiroshima Panels"

Jack Body (b. 1944) is working as a composer and teacher in Auckland.
Donald Byers (b. 1925) is Associate Professor, music department, University of Otago; Organist, Anglican Cathedral, Dunedin.
Nigel Eastgate (b. 1930) medical practitioner in Dunedin.
David Farquhar (b. 1928) is a Lecturer, Music Department of Victoria University, Wellington.
David Griffiths (b. 1947) is a music student, University of Auckland.
Douglas Mews (b. 1918) in Newfoundland. Lecturer, music department University of Auckland, and Organist at St. Patrick's Cathedral.
John Ritchie (b. 1921) is Professor of Music at the University of Canterbury, Christchurch.
Thomas Rive (b. 1920) is Associate Professor, music department, University of Auckland.
Ronald Tremain (b. 1923) has held positions in New Zealand universities and is now Professor of Music, Brock University, Ontario, Canada.
John Wells (b. 1948) in England, is now working in Auckland as organist and composer.
Gillian Whitehead (b. 1941) is now resident in England and working as a composer.
Peter Godfrey MA, MusB (Cantab), FRCO, ARCM, is Associate Professor of Music at the University of Auckland, and Organist and Director of Music at the Anglican Cathedral.

This record is one of a New Zealand Composer Edition series, made possible by the Australasian Performing Right Association Ltd. through its APRA Music Committee in New Zealand.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A label): SLD.31a
  • Matrix / Runout (B label): SLD.31b
  • Matrix / Runout (A engraved): SLD 31-A #1
  • Matrix / Runout (B engraved): SLD 31-B #1



University Of Auckland Festival Choir - Choral Works
Contemporary, Modern
Singer: University Of Auckland Festival Choir
Album title: Choral Works
Label: Kiwi ‎– SLD-31
Series: New Zealand Composer Edition –
Type: Vinyl, LP
Country: New Zealand
Date of released: 1972
Category: Classical
Style: Contemporary, Modern
Rating: 3.8/5
Votes: 294
Format: MP3 DXD AA MP3 TTA WAV DMF MP3 FLAC