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Vox Dicentis: Clama


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  1. Vox dicentis: Clama: et dixi: Quid clamabo? Omnis caro foenum, et omnis gloria eius quasi flos agri. Vere foenum est populus. Exsiccatum est foenum, et cecidit flos: verbum autem Domini nostri manet in aeternum. Super montem excelsum ascende tu, qui evangelizas Sion: exalta in fortitudine vocem tuam, qui evangelizas Jerusalem: exalta, noli timere.
  2. Vox dicentis: Clama. was composed in for King’s College, Cambridge, and sets texts from Isaiah describing the voice of one crying out in the wilderness. It is an extended work, in four distinct sections, with the choral textures frequently dividing into lush eight-part writing that consciously used the resonant acoustic of King’s chapel.
  3. Nov 23,  · University of London Chamber Choir (ulcc) Autumn Concert Friday, 19 November St. George's Bloomsbury, London.
  4. About. Edward Woodall Naylor (–) was Organist of Emmanuel College, Cambridge, from until his death. Apart from his well-known anthem Vox dicentis: Clama and a few canticle settings, very little of his music is in the repertoire of choirs today, and this recording presents a .
  5. Edward Woodall Naylor (–) was Organist of Emmanuel College, Cambridge, from until his death. Apart from his well-known anthem ‘Vox dicentis: Clama’ and a few canticle settings, very little of his music is known or in the repertoire of choirs today. This is the first recording entirely devoted to his choral works, and contains.
  6. Browse: Naylor, E W - Vox dicentis: Clama This page lists all recordings of Vox dicentis: Clama by Edward Woodall Naylor (). Showing 1 - 10 of 13 results4/5.
  7. Vox dicentis: Clama. Et dixi: Quid clamabo? Omnis caro foenum, et omnis gloria ejus quasi flos agri.
  8. Apart from his well-known anthem ‘Vox dicentis: Clama’ and a few canticle settings, very little of his music is known, or is in the repertoire of choirs, today. This is the first recording entirely devoted to his choral works, and contains seven first recordings. Vox dicentis: Clama () Behold, God is great* () Te Deum Laudamus in A.

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