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Стефен Клеобури,Choir Of King's College, Cambridge,Филип Лейджер,Филип Мур,Ян Трейси,The Wallace Collection,Дэвид Уилкокс,York Minster Choir Best Hymns 50 (3 CD)

Стефен Клеобури,Choir Of King's College, Cambridge,Филип Лейджер,Филип Мур,Ян Трейси,The Wallace Collection,Дэвид Уилкокс,York Minster Choir Best Hymns 50 (3 CD)

Содержание: CD 1: Choir Of King's College, Cambridge 01. Praise, My Soul, The King Of Heaven 02. Morning Has Broken 03. Come Down, О Love Divine 04. A Mighty Fortress Is Our God 05. О What Their Joy And Their Glory Must Be 06. When I Survey The Wondrous Cross 07. Dear Lord And Father Of Mankind 08. Be Thou My Vision 09. The Day Thou Gavest, Lord, Is Ended 10. Let All Mortal Flesh Keep 11. Praise To The Lord, The Almighty, The King Of Creation 12. My Song Is Love Unknown 13. The Lord's My Shepherd 14. Thine Be The Glory 15. Drop, Drop, Slow Tears 16. Glorious Things Of Thee Are Spoken 17. All People That On Earth Do Dwell Choir Of King's College, Cambridge Thomas Bullard - Baritone (7 & 13) Sioned Williams - Harp (2, 8 & 13) The Wallace Collection (4, 14 & 17) Thomas Williamson - Organ (1, 3, 4, 11, 13 & 14) Benjamin Bayl - Organ (5-7, 9, 10, 16 & 17) Stephen Cleobury CD 2: Choir Of King's College, Cambridge 01. And Did Those Feet In Ancient Time 02. Abide With Me 03. I Vow To Thee, My Country 04. Alleluia, Sing To Jesus 05. Ye Choirs Of New Jerusalem 06. The Head That Once Was Crowned With Thorns 07. Holy, Holy, Holy! 08. Praise To The Holiest 09. Wake, О Wake! 10. On Jordan's Bank, The Baptist's Cry 11. There Is A Green Hill Far Away 12. O Sacred Head Sore Wounded 13. Jesus Christ Is Risen Today 14. Bright The Vision That Delighted 15. Come, Holy Ghost, Our Souls Inspire 16. Evening Hymn Choir Of King's College, Cambridge Philip Jones Brass Ensemble (5, 8 & 13) Oliver Brett - Organ (1 & 4) Peter Stevens - Organ (2 & 3) Ian Hare - Organ (5-8, 13 & 14) Adrian Partington - Organ (9 & 10) James Lancelot - Organ (16) Stephen Cleobury (1-4) Sir David Willcocks (5-8 & 12-16) Sir Philip Ledger (9-11) CD 3: Choirs Of York Minster And Liverpool Cathedral 01. How Great Thou Art 02. Let All The World In Every Corner Sing 03. Amazing Grace 04. For All The Saints Who From Their Labours Rest 05. How Sweet The Name Of Jesus Sounds 06. Rejoice, The Lord Is King 07. Soul Of My Saviour 08. Jesus Shall Reign Where'er The Sun 09. O Worship The King 10. All Creatures Of Our God And King York Minster Choir John Scort Whiteley - Organ Philip Moore 11. Mine Eyes Have Seen The Glory 12. Lead Us, Heavenly Father, Lead Us 13. On A Hill Far Away Stood An Old Rugged Cross 14. All My Hope On God Is Founded 15. О Come And Mourn With Me Awhile 16. Love Divine, All Loves Excellin 17. Onward, Christian Soldiers Liverpool Cathedral Choir & Massed Choirs From Merseyside Ian Wells - Organ Brass Ensemble (17) Tan Tracey

Dan Ciampa Transitions at the Top

Dan Ciampa Transitions at the Top

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