Peter Maxwell Davies - O Magnum Mysterium (Vinyl, LP)

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  • Tojall
    Jun 19,  · While he was there Davies wrote a large-scale Christmas piece called O Magnum Mysterium () for the choir and orchestra, the first of his many works for schools and amateur forces.
  • Nagami
    He wrote O Magnum Mysterium in , while he was still teaching music in the Cirencester Grammar School. Written for high school forces, the choral writing is much simpler and gentler than what you'd expect from MD, and barely more advanced than the British choral tradition or Duruflé.
  • Gukus
    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Peter Maxwell Davies - O Magnum Mysterium at Discogs. Complete your Peter Maxwell Davies collection/5(3).
  • Kagabei
    Choir and orchestra of Cirencester Grammar School, Peter Maxwell Davies, conductor (side 1) ; Simon Preston, organ (side 2). Description: 1 audio disc: 33 1/3 rpm, mono ; 12 in. Other Titles: O magnum mysterium Fantasia on O magnum mysterium: Responsibility: Peter Maxwell Davies.
  • Sakasa
    Aug 14,  · Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Maxwell Davies: O Magnum Mysterium - 5. Carol 4 · Cirencester Grammar School Choir · Cirencester Grammar School Orchestra · Sir Peter Maxwell Davies.
  • Kigazragore
    Jan 28,  · ENSEMBLE SOLOVOICES Svea Schildknecht, Sopran Francisca Näf, Mezzosopran Jean‐Jacques Knutti, Tenor Jean‐Christophe Groffe, Bass Adventsmatinée in der St. Margarethenkirche Basel vom
  • Kigagal
    Oct 20,  · One ingenious and effective suite combines Peter Maxwell Davies's "O magnum mysterium" and "The Fader of Heven" with the 14th-century "Song of the Nuns of Chester." All of the performances are exemplary, but Emily van Evera deserves special praise for her beautifully simple rendition of the Niles tunes/5(6).
  • Migul
    The compositions span the first twelve years of Maxwell Davies' compositional career, and they are presented here in chronological order. He wrote O Magnum Mysterium in , while he was still teaching music in the Cirencester Grammar School/5(2).
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