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Reverie - The Cathedral Choir*, Barry Ferguson, David Poulter - Music From Rochester Cathedral

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  1. But more than just celebrating church music, this album is actively helping to protect it - every copy of the album sold will raise money for the Diamond Fund for Choristers which aims to help young choral singers and secure the future of cathedral music. St Paul’s Cathedral Choir was honoured to team up with girls and boys from across the.
  2. Welcome to the Music Department of Worcester Cathedral. Singing has been part of the daily worship at Worcester Cathedral for many hundreds of years. The glorious sounds of the Cathedral Choir and Organ fill the building each day at Choral Evensong and at the main services on Sundays.
  3. The Cathedral Organ. The oldest pipes of our current organ date back to an organ built by Samuel Green in This instrument was in a case centred on the screen, and consisted of 23 ranks over 3 manuals. The organ survived for over forty years, and was enlarged by William Hill in
  4. The Cathedral Choir This long-established and internationally acclaimed choir includes 22 boy choristers and 12 adult male singers (Lay Clerks). You can hear them fill the Cathedral with glorious music from all periods at eight Cathedral services weekly in term time.
  5. The Cathedral Music Department. Dr Christopher Ouvry-Johns David Cowen was an organ scholar at St Peter’s College, Oxford and Wells Cathedral. sang the soprano solo in Schubert’s Mass in G as part of the Easter Day service broadcast live on BBC 1 from Leicester Cathedral in and as part of the choir for the reinterment services.
  6. The Cathedral has a long tradition of excellence in music, dating to when the parish purchased its first organ—only the second such instrument in Detroit. The Cathedral Choir of Men and Boys was founded in , and thus it enjoys one of the longest unbroken traditions of any such choir .
  7. Canon Myles Davies, the Canon Precentor and Vice Dean of the Cathedral said "David Poulter has given almost ten years of imaginative and loyal service to Liverpool Cathedral as Director of Music. His direction of the Cathedral Choir has been widely admired, and his leadership has inspired our choristers and lay clerks for the last decade.
  8. Cathedral Choir rehearsals are held on Wednesday, p.m. to p.m. The Cathedral Schola is an ensemble, which provides music for select Noon Sunday Liturgy from September through June. The composition of this ensemble varies from either men only or women only, to either a quartet or an octet.
  9. The Church’s rich legacy of musical education of children/youth extends back to medieval times, and the treasury of Sacred Music, from the early ages of the Church to the present, is the foundation of the musical, liturgical, and theological curriculum of the Cathedral Choir School.
  10. British choir from Rochester, Kent. The Cathedral Choir is made up of three parts: Boy Choristers, Girl Choristers and the Lay Clerks. •The boys sing the majority of the Cathedral's choral services during term and are all educated at King's Rochester Preparatory School.

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