The King's Singers: Sermons and Devotions ()

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composed by Geoffrey Poole, Henryk Mikolaj Górecki, Igor Stravinsky, John Tavener, Richard Rodney Bennett, Veljo Tormis

The chant boom of the 1990s revived interest in sacred works, and several contemporary composers of traditionally based choral music also benefited from the phenomenon. Such devoutly religious composers as Henryk Górecki and John Tavener, among others, were accorded special attention for their settings of ecclesiastical texts, and several choral ensembles rose to international fame for their albums in this vein. The King's Singers -- always keen to meet the public's demands -- recorded this collection of modern sacred ...

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  1. Totus tuus, for chorus, Op. 60
  2. The Bishop and the pagan, for countertenor voice, 2 tenor voices & male choir
  3. Pater Noster, for chorus
  4. Ave Maria, for chorus a cappella (after Bogoroditse D'vo)
  5. Wymondham Chants, for vocal ensemble: Prologue: Ave, Rex Angelorum
  6. Funeral Ikos, for chorus
  7. The Lamb, for chorus
  8. Sermons and Devotions, for vocal ensemble: A statue of snowe
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