Jubilee – A Celebration of Royal Music


Jubilee – A Celebration of Royal Music
Various Artists
Label
Decca
Catalogue No.
4806025
Barcode
00028948060252
Format
1-CD
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GEORG FRIEDRICH HANDEL
Zadok the Priest
Choir of King’s College, Cambridge
English Chamber Orchestra
David Willcocks

HENRY PURCELL
Music for the Funeral of Queen Mary (excerpts)
Choir of St John’s College, Cambridge
Consort of Sackbuts from Symphoniae Sacrae
Stephen Cleobury, organ continuo
English Chamber Orchestra
George Guest

HENRY PURCELL
I was glad
Paul Esswood, alto
Ian Partridge, tenor
Stafford Dean, bass
John Scott, organ
Choir of St John’s College, Cambridge
George Guest

ARTHUR BLISS
Antiphonal Fanfare for Three Brass Choirs
Philip Jones Brass Ensemble

WILLIAM WALTON
Crown Imperial (A Coronation March) (arr. Herbert Murrill)
Simon Preston at the Organ of Westminster Abbey

HUBERT PARRY
I was glad
Choir of Westminster Abbey
Simon Preston, sub-organist
William McKie, organist & master of the choristers

ARNOLD BAX
Fanfare for the Wedding of Princess Elizabeth, 1947
Philip Jones Brass Ensemble

ARTHUR BLISS
Welcome the Queen
London Symphony Orchestra
Arthur Bliss

WILLIAM WALTON
Coronation Te Deum
Choirs of Salisbury, Winchester & Chichester Cathedrals
Ralph Downes, organ
London Philharmonic Choir & Orchestra
Georg Solti

EDWARD ELGAR
Imperial March, Op. 32 (arr. George C. Martin)
Carlo Curley at the organ of the Church of St. Mary Redcliff, Bristol

WILLIAM WALTON
Orb and Sceptre
Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra
David Hill

ANON.
God Save the Queen (arr. Benjamin Britten)
London Symphony Orchestra & Chorus
Benjamin Britten

 

Recording information

Recording producers: Andrew Raeburn (1, 6); Michael Bremner (2, 5); Chris Hazell (3, 10, 11); Michael Woolcock (4, 7); Christopher Whelan (8); James Mallison (9)
Recording engineers: Gordon Parry (1); Stanley Goodall (2); Kenneth Wilkinson, Malcolm Hogg (3); James Lock, Tryggvi Tryggvason (4, 7); Kenneth Wilkinson (5); Kenneth Wilkinson, Ken Cress (8); Kenneth Wilkinson, James Lock (9); Simon Eadon (10, 11)
Recording locations: King’s College, Cambridge, UK, July 1963 (1); St. John’s College, Cambridge, UK, March 1972 (2), March 1975 (3); St. John’s, Smith Square, London, UK, February 1970 (4, 7); Westminster Abbey, London, UK, May 1965 (5), June 1963 (6); Walthamstow Assembly Hall, London, UK, May 1957 (8); Kingsway Hall, London, UK, March 1977 (9), December 1961 (12); Church of St. Mary Redcliffe, Bristol, UK, February 1991 (10); Winchester Cathedral, London, UK, May 1991 (11)