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To Sing of Love is the new recording from The VOCES8 Foundation Choir and Orchestra, featuring virtuoso violinist Jack Liebeck and conducted by Barnaby Smith, released 7 June on VOCES8 Records. Centred around the themes of Beauty, Love and Nature, the glistening choral and orchestral soundscape includes world premiere arrangements of famed works by Vaughan Williams, Eric Whitacre, and Rebecca Dale alongside the world premiere of Taylor Scott Davis' new concerto To Sing of Love: a Triptych, and Britten's Rejoice in the Lamb orchestrated by Imogen Holst. The world premiere release of To Sing of Love: A Triptych follows Decca Classic's Christmas release of Taylor's Magnificat and carol arrangements which were heralded by BBC Music Magazine's 5* review as "sparkling [and] roof-raising". Taylor has been described by the Wall Street Journal as penning "dreamy vocal lines" that "overlap and intensify to stunning effect", whilst renowned virtuoso violinist Jack Liebeck's recent performance of Vaughan Williams' Violin Concerto in D minor on album Retrospect was Gramophone Editor's Choice for March 2024: "Jack Liebeck lends stellar advocacy to the invigoratingly taut Violin Concerto in D minor... distilling a sensuous warmth and rapt glow that will stop you in your tracks. "
To Sing of Love is the new recording from The VOCES8 Foundation Choir and Orchestra, featuring virtuoso violinist Jack Liebeck and conducted by Barnaby Smith, released 7 June on VOCES8 Records. Centred around the themes of Beauty, Love and Nature, the glistening choral and orchestral soundscape includes world premiere arrangements of famed works by Vaughan Williams, Eric Whitacre, and Rebecca Dale alongside the world premiere of Taylor Scott Davis' new concerto To Sing of Love: a Triptych, and Britten's Rejoice in the Lamb orchestrated by Imogen Holst. The world premiere release of To Sing of Love: A Triptych follows Decca Classic's Christmas release of Taylor's Magnificat and carol arrangements which were heralded by BBC Music Magazine's 5* review as "sparkling [and] roof-raising". Taylor has been described by the Wall Street Journal as penning "dreamy vocal lines" that "overlap and intensify to stunning effect", whilst renowned virtuoso violinist Jack Liebeck's recent performance of Vaughan Williams' Violin Concerto in D minor on album Retrospect was Gramophone Editor's Choice for March 2024: "Jack Liebeck lends stellar advocacy to the invigoratingly taut Violin Concerto in D minor... distilling a sensuous warmth and rapt glow that will stop you in your tracks. "
5060140212478
Voces8 Foundation Choir & Orchestra - To Sing Of Love

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Format: CD
Label: IMPORTS
Rel. Date: 06/14/2024
UPC: 5060140212478

To Sing Of Love
Artist: Voces8 Foundation Choir & Orchestra
Format: CD
New: Not in stock
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DISC: 1

1. Rejoice in the Lamb (Orch. Imogen Holst)
2. The Lark Ascending (Arr. Paul Drayton, Adapted Barnaby Smith)
3. The Cloths of Heaven (Orch. Iain Farrington)
4. To Sing of Love: A Triptych: Prelude
5. To Sing of Love: A Triptych: I. Effortlessly
6. To Sing of Love: A Triptych: II. Perilously
7. To Sing of Love: A Triptych: III. Generously
8. Sleep (Orch. Jim Clements)

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To Sing of Love is the new recording from The VOCES8 Foundation Choir and Orchestra, featuring virtuoso violinist Jack Liebeck and conducted by Barnaby Smith, released 7 June on VOCES8 Records. Centred around the themes of Beauty, Love and Nature, the glistening choral and orchestral soundscape includes world premiere arrangements of famed works by Vaughan Williams, Eric Whitacre, and Rebecca Dale alongside the world premiere of Taylor Scott Davis' new concerto To Sing of Love: a Triptych, and Britten's Rejoice in the Lamb orchestrated by Imogen Holst. The world premiere release of To Sing of Love: A Triptych follows Decca Classic's Christmas release of Taylor's Magnificat and carol arrangements which were heralded by BBC Music Magazine's 5* review as "sparkling [and] roof-raising". Taylor has been described by the Wall Street Journal as penning "dreamy vocal lines" that "overlap and intensify to stunning effect", whilst renowned virtuoso violinist Jack Liebeck's recent performance of Vaughan Williams' Violin Concerto in D minor on album Retrospect was Gramophone Editor's Choice for March 2024: "Jack Liebeck lends stellar advocacy to the invigoratingly taut Violin Concerto in D minor... distilling a sensuous warmth and rapt glow that will stop you in your tracks. "
        
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