The Gate of Heaven: Favorite Anthems from New College Choir of New College Oxford & Robert Quinney

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Album-Release:
2017

HRA-Release:
05.05.2017

Label: Novum

Genre: Classical

Subgenre: Choral

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  • William Henry Harris (1883-1973):
  • 1Faire is the Heaven05:09
  • 2Bring Us, O Lord God03:55
  • Charles Villiers Stanford (1852-1924):
  • 3For lo, I raise up, Op. 145: For Lo, I Raise Up, Op. 14507:49
  • Matthew Martin (1976- ):
  • 4Ut unum sint03:41
  • 5Lo, the Full, Final Sacrifice, Op. 2614:43
  • 63 Anthems, Op. 27: No. 2. God Is Gone Up04:42
  • Matthew Martin:
  • 7I saw the Lord: I Saw the Lord10:25
  • Patrick Hadley (1899-1973):
  • 8My Beloved Spake03:39
  • Rhian Samuel (1944- ):
  • 9Love Bade Me Welcome03:46
  • Charles Villiers Stanford:
  • 10Morning, Communion and Evening Services in C Major, Op. 115: Te deum laudamus07:56
  • Total Runtime01:05:45

Info for The Gate of Heaven: Favorite Anthems from New College



The revival of British music in the late nineteenth century coincided with two profound religious changes: the so-called Oxford Movement, the influence of which on standards of liturgy and music in the Church of England reached far beyond the ‘Anglo-Catholic’ churches it spawned; and the Roman Catholic Church, whose presence in the religious and cultural life of the country had grown since its emancipation in 1829. The musical influence of the latter was, by the turn of century, focussed on the new Westminster Cathedral, whose first public liturgies were held in 1903, featuring both plainchant and a good deal of polyphonic music of the sixteenth century - much of the latter heard for the first time since the Reformation. Meanwhile, the standard of music in the Anglican Cathedrals and collegiate foundations was improving, following reforms to choir schools and professional singers’ terms; and the influence of contemporary continental European music and education, seen in the foundation of the Royal College of Music in 1882, equipped a new generation of composers with a methodical and comprehensive training. These various influences may be detected in the repertoire presented on this album.

Timothy Wakerell, organ
Choir of New College Oxford
Robert Quinney, direction

Recorded in New College Chapel, Oxford, July 2016

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