A Time For Singing CD

£10.00

Exultate Singers’ second CD, A Time For Singing, was recorded and produced by John Rutter. The CD was released in November 2008.

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1. Tomorrow shall be my dancing day – Gardner
2. Hymn to the Virgin – Britten
3. Come Sunday Duke – Ellington
4. Geistliches Lied – Brahms
5. Christ whose glory fills the skies – Carpenter
6. Sing joyfully – Byrd
7. Ave Verum Corpus  – Byrd
8. Lay a garland – Pearsall
9. O little one sweet – Bach
10. What sweeter music – Rutter
11. Super flumina Babylonis – Victoria
12. Song of Ruth – Ogden
13. Abendlied – Rheinberger
14. Lully, lulla – Leighton
15. The Infant King (Sing Lullaby) – Basque Noel arr Willcocks
16. Salvator mundi – Tallis
17. Die himmel erzählen die Ehre Gottes – Schutz
18. My spirit sang all day – Finzi
19. Where riches is everlastingly – Chilcott
20. O vos omnes – Ginastera
21. And so it goes – Billy Joel

“This is a terrific mixed bag of a programme, designed to show off the considerable qualities of the Exultate Singers under their founding conductor, David Ogden. With music from Byrd and Victoria to Britten and Bob Chilcott, there’s something for everyone. This 40-strong chamber choir based in Bristol sounds confident in just about anything they perform here; the blend and balance is admirable… The resonant recording venue occasionally blurs their words, but this is to quibble. Warmly recommended. 4 stars.”
Philip Reed, Choir & Organ magazine, May/June 2009

1 review for A Time For Singing CD

  1. Philip Reed, Choir & Organ Magazine

    “This is a terrific mixed bag of a programme, designed to show off the considerable qualities of the Exultate Singers under their founding conductor, David Ogden. With music from Byrd and Victoria to Britten and Bob Chilcott, there’s something for everyone. This 40-strong chamber choir based in Bristol sounds confident in just about anything they perform here; the blend and balance is admirable… The resonant recording venue occasionally blurs their words, but this is to quibble. Warmly recommended. 4 stars.”
    Philip Reed, Choir & Organ magazine, May/June 2009

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