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Musical Echoes

    at Unitarian Chapel York

    Part of the York New Music Festival
    Also on 23 October 2021 at St Pancras Church, London NW1

Rachmaninoff: Priidite, poklonomsia
Cheryl Frances-Hoad: Bogoroditse Devo, raduysia
Anon English 13th cent.: Edi beo thu
Kerry Andrew: Hevene Quene
Tom Armstrong: Brontë Antiphons (World premiere)
Thea Musgrave: On the Underground, Set 2
Britten: Five Flower Songs
Gurney: Since I believe
John Duggan: Requiem (from ‘The Singing Will Never Be Done’)
David Power: The Transfiguration (World premiere)
Bantock: My luve is like a red, red rose
James MacMillan: The Gallant Weaver
David Lancaster: Feathers (World premiere)
Judith Weir: My Guardian Angel
A review of this concert may be found here

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A fascinating programme of choral music where a contemporary work is paired with an earlier piece based on words from the same poet or source. For example, Cheryl Frances-Hoad and Rachmaninoff’s settings of All Night Vigil, James MacMillan and Granville Bantock’s settings of Burns, and Thea Musgrave’s and Benjamin Britten’s settings of words by Herrick. There are three new works by David Power, David Lancaster and Tom Armstrong, as well as a motet by Ivor Gurney which was only published in 2017, 92 years after it was composed. And Judith Weir provides a brief opportunity for audience participation!