Music Alive for Tuesday 21 July 2015
Tonight’s concert is a celebration of four different anniversaries in 2014. In the second eldest anniversary, we have the Choir of the Wellington Cathedral of St. Paul helping to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the opening of the new cathedral building.
The concert programme includes works by Copperwheat, Bairstow, and Vaughan Williams arranged by Leighteon-Jones.Music that suitably celebrates the occasion with brass fanfares and joyful singing.
Choir of Wellington Cathedral of St Paul, Cathedral Brass/Michael Stewart, Richard Apperley (org)
COPPERWHEAT: Fanfare No 1, from Fanfares for the opening of the new Cathedral Church of St Paul; BAIRSTOW: Blessed city, heavenly Salem; VAUGHAN WILLIAMS arr Leighton-Jones: O clap your hands; MARSHALL: The water of life; COPPERWHEAT: Fanfare No 2, from Fanfares for the opening of the new Cathedral Church of St Paul; TREMAIN: Now my God; WALSH: Beloved, let us love; BALDWIN: St Paul's Evening Service; LANGLAIS: Missa Salve Regina
Recorded at Wellington Cathedral of St. Paul, by Radio New Zealand