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At the Round Earth's Imagined Corners (CD)

At the Round Earth's Imagined Corners (CD)

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Publisher: RSCM
ISBN: CR014
The Royal School of Church Music presents, in Association with Convivium Records, an exclusive Malcolm Archer recording At the Round Earth’s Imagined Corners. This is the first disc of Malcolm’s music to be released in a decade. All the works on this CD are published by The Royal School of Church Music. Contents 01 At the Round Earth’s Imagined Corners A2712 02 The Stable Carol A2713 03 Suo Gân Solo: Georgina Stalbow A2714 04 An Irish Blessing A2697 05 In War, Resolution Trumpet: Sam Moffitt A2439 06-10 Missa Montis Regalis (Kyrie, *Gloria, Sanctus, Benedictus, **Agnus Dei) *Solos: Helena Gullan, Louise Laprun **Solo: Louise Laprun 11 A Prayer for Saint Richard of Chichester A0537 12 A Harvest Anthem (God in such love for us) A2637 13 Sing of a Stable by an Inn A2715 14 Anthem for Seafarers (Eternal Father, Strong to Save) A2493 15 Good Christians All Rejoice and Sing A2598 16 A Nearer, my God, to Thee Solos: Penelope Appleyard, Adrian Green A2741 17 All Creatures of Our God and King A2716 Directed: Malcolm Archer Organ: Dr David Price Recorded at Portsmouth Cathedral Engineering & Mastering: Adaq Khan & Kevin Hodgson Artist Photography: Jacqui Marie Dunster Produced by: Alexander Norman Executive Creative Director: John Bevan Executive Producer: Adrian Green

Malcolm Archer is Director of Chapel Music at Winchester College, where he trains and conducts the Quiristers and Chapel Choir and teaches organ in the College. He has enjoyed a distinguished career in cathedral music, which has taken him to posts at Norwich, Bristol, Wells Cathedrals and then Director of Music at St. Paul’s Cathedral in London. Convivium Singers perform a wide variety of vocal and choral music for recordings and recitals. Established in 2009 by Adrian Green and Alexander Norman, the group aims to provide opportunities for young singers at the early stages of their performing careers, as well as for talented musicians who have chosen not to pursue careers in music, but wish to continue singing to a high standard.

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