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Lotti's Crucifixus and Howells's Requiem | Voce Nova and Omnia Voices

Friday November 2, 2018 at 19:30
St Botolph without Aldgate, London
£23 (premium), £18 (unreserved), £5 children
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  1. St Peter's Grace - Piers Kennedy
  2. When to the Temple Mary went - Johannes Eccard
  3. Set me as a seal - René Clausen
  4. Nachtlied, from 8 geistliche Gesänge (Sacred songs) Op 138 - Max Reger
  5. Tantum ergo - Fernand Laloux
  6. Beati quorum via, from 3 Motets Op 38 - Sir Charles Villiers Stanford
  7. Farewell, my joy - Sir Charles Villiers Stanford
  8. They are at rest - Sir Edward Elgar
  9. The dying soldier - Traditional American, arrnged by Nigel Short and Mack Wilberg
  10. There is an old belief, from Songs of Farewell - Sir Charles Hubert Hastings Parry
  11. A good night - Sir Richard Rodney Bennett
  12. Bring us, O Lord God - Sir William Henry Harris
  13. Crucifixus - Antonio Lotti
  14. View me, Lord - Richard H Lloyd
  15. Os justi - Anton Bruckner
  16. Alma Redemptoris mater - Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina
  17. Abenlied - Josef Gabriel Rheinberger
  18. Requiem - Herbert Howells

The Brandenburg Choral Festival of London welcomes two small choirs to this concert in the Autumn Series: Voce Nova, Royal Holloway's newest vocal ensemble, and Omnia Voices, comprising some of the capital's top semi-professional choral singers. Voce Nova, directed by Jason Ching, will perform a variety of sacred motets spanning the centuries, but all contemplative and atmospheric in mood, making them suitable for Compline, the final service of the day in the Christian tradition. The choir's repertoire will include Lotti’s Crucifixus, as well as works by Palestrina, Rheinberger and several contemporary composers. Omnia Voices celebrate the great English choral tradition with works by Elgar, Harris, Parry and Stanford, as well as a more recent work by Richard Rodney Bennett and Nigel Short's arrangement of The dying soldier. To finish the concert the concert they will sing Herbert Howells's serene Requiem.

Join us at St Botolph's to marvel at these talented singers as they take on some beautiful and moving a cappella repertoire.

St Botolph without Aldgate
Aldgate High Street
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